UPDATE: 1/28/13 – Victoria’s father has reported that Victoria showed up at a friend’s home in Austin on Monday and asked for ride to El Paso. At the time the friend did not know that she was missing. She asked Victoria about her belongings and she said they belong to Vicky and she was not Vicky anymore.
According to the friend she said she was going to keep going till she got to California.
The friend dropped her off at a truck stop, then a trucker told the family he picked up someone that matched Victoria’s description in Carlsbad, New Mexico.
On Cat Moon Erickson’s blog she wrote, “My twin sister is Victoria Moon, who is currently “off the grid” for her health and personal improvement.”
Previous story An Atlanta woman that went missing while on a trip in Houston has her family and friends worried as they try to figure out where she has gone on Friday, reports My Fox Atlanta.
Victoria Moon Erickson, 31, a local raw food chef for Jobri Center for Integrative Health and a food blogger for Permission to Heal, was on a cross-county trip with her dog attempting to reconnect with her long-lost brother. She made a stop in Texas and seemingly disappeared on January 21, 2013.
“She’s been searching for him and hoping to meet up with him,” explained her friend, Rosa Fitch. “As far as we know, she never did.”
She was staying at the home of Pat Greer on West Clay and was last seen outside Pat Greer’s Kitchen at 412 West Clay around 8:30 p.m., a Houston Police Department spokesman told the Chron.
Fitch received a text from Victoria around 11:48 p.m. on Monday.
“We texted her asking for a smoke signal or something to say she’s okay, and later that night she responded with ‘XO’,” Fitch said.
Police said that Victoria’s cellphone, and wallet were left at the home, along with her dog, Jet.
“This is the fifth day that my daughter, Victoria Moon, has been missing. I know in my heart that she will be found, as many fine people are doing whatever they can to aid in the effort,” posted William Erickson on Facebook.
If you have any information about her disappearance, please call the Houston Police Department at 713-884-3131.