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Missing Faye Aline Self
Self, circa 1983; Robert Charles Browne
Missing Since 03/30/1983
Classification Endangered Missing
Age 26 years old
Height and Weight 5'0 - 5'2, 100 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description Jeans and a pullover top.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair, gray eyes. At the time of her disappearance, Self's hair was bleached blonde and cut shorter than shown in the photos with this case summary. She goes by her middle name, Aline. Self has a hysterectomy scar on her abdomen, a vaccination scar on her left arm and a scar on her right leg. She wears an upper denture plate.
Details of Disappearance Self left her baby daughter with her mother on the evening of March 30, 1983 and went out with one female friend and two male friends to the Wagon Wheel Bar and Restaurant on Highway 1 in Armistead, Louisiana. Later, she told her friends she was leaving to pick up her infant child, as she had to be at work early the next morning.
Self never arrived at her mother's house to collect the child. Her car was found the next day in the parking lot of the restaurant. The doors and the steering column were locked. Her purse and keys were missing, but her new shoes were in the backseat.
He covered her mouth with a chloroform-soaked rag and then went to find some rope to bind her, but when he returned, she was dead. He said he dumped her body off a bridge into the Red River.
Browne also confessed to murdering two other women in the same parish. None of these accounts have been confirmed and Browne has not been charged in connection with Self's disappearance or the other two murders. Investigators are searching for evidence to verify his stories, but have found very little indications. Most of his alleged victims were women, but there were some men also.
Self's family says that although she had a wild streak in 1983, it is uncharacteristic of her to abandon her child. She was declared legally dead five years after her disappearance, but her remains have never been found.
Investigating Agency / Department
Red River Parish Sheriff's Department