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FrontPageDetectives Exclusive: Remains Found In Hunt For Brittanee Drexel Who Went Missing On 2009 Spring Break Trip

Brittanee Drexel and the "stash house" in Georgetown County
Source: National Center For Missing And Exploited Children; David Wetzel

Brittanee Drexel went missing in Myrtle Beach in 2009. Some believed she was kept at a stash house that is now rubble.

May. 13 2022, Published 8:36 a.m. ET

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Remains have been found in the hunt for a girl who went missing in Myrtle Beach more than a decade ago.

Sources confirmed exclusively to FrontPageDetectives that remains were found in the hunt for Brittanee Drexel. The remains, which have not been confirmed to be the missing girl, were found in Georgetown County, South Carolina.

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Drexel went missing from a Myrtle Beach hotel in 2009 while on a spring break trip. Her case has drawn national attention and plenty of True Crime sleuths.

Officials have not confirmed publicly that remains have been found or discussed the latest development in the case.

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Earlier this month, Raymond Moody was booked in to a South Carolina jail. He has long been considered a person of interest in the disappearance of Drexel. He was charged with obstruction of justice.

In the spring of 2009, Drexel, 17, went to Myrtle Beach from her New York home without the permission of her parents. She went with friends for a spring break trip.

But she walked out of her hotel one day and seemingly vanished.

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Brittanee Drexel stash house
Source: David Wetzel

A "stash" house where Brittanee Drexel was supposedly kept

Drexel has not been seen since as police continue to investigate the incident. Both local law enforcement and FBI officials have looked at the case. An FBI agent testified at a court hearing that a witness claimed he saw Drexel at a drug house in Georgetown County. There, she was raped before she was killed and tossed into a pit with alligators.

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Investigators have conducted numerous searches in Georgetown County over the years but have not made an arrest in the case or found Drexel’s remains.

Her family continues to speak about the case and tries to keep her memory alive.

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