Real Name: Sally Anne Stone
Nicknames: Satania. She may also go by her maiden name, Ries.
Location: Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
Date: May 16, 1986
Occupation: Exotic Dancer
Date of Birth: August 28, 1964
Weight: 115 pounds
Marital Status: Married
Characteristics: Caucasian female with Brown hair and hazel eyes. She has a 5-6 inch scar on her abdomen, possibly the result of a Caesarean section. Sally has two tattoos: One on her right shoulder of a parrot standing on a branch in front of a half-moon with a ribbon with the word "Teko's below it and and another one on her back."
Details: Twenty-one-year-old Sally Stone was an exotic dancer who moved to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho in 1986. On May 16, she went to her physical therapist's office to receive treatment for her injured knee. She left there and was never seen again. She did not return for a May 19 appointment.
Sally's husband was in jail at the time of her disappearance. He reported her missing when she did not visit him there during Memorial Day weekend. There was no sign of a struggle at her home. Her car was parked outside with a box of stale donuts inside. Her purse was gone, but her suitcases and clothing were still in her closet. Newspapers had accumulated on her front porch, and in the mailbox was an insurance check and a letter from her mother.
Sally is believed to have been taken against her will. However, no trace of her has been found.
Suspects: It is suspected that Sally's disappearance is related to the case of Deborah Jean Swanson, who also vanished from Coeur D'Alene in 1986, along with the abduction of Julie Weflen from Spokane, Washington in 1987.
Extra Notes: This case was not featured on Unsolved Mysteries; however, it is believed to be connected to that of Julie Weflen, whose case was.
Results: Unsolved. In 2015, a reward was offered for information in Deborah and Sally's cases.
- Sally Stone on The Charley Project
- Sally Stone on The Doe Network
- Searchers Find Hope at Missing Persons Bureau - March 15, 1998
- Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, women still missing 25 years later - May 31, 2011
- Coeur d'Alene Police reviewing cold case disappearances - May 10, 2013
- Rewards being offered for information in 29-year-old cold cases - March 11, 2015
- Reward offered for clues in cold cases of two missing women - Mar 11, 2015