Reward for Information

4 Apr Brianne Wolgram

Brianne Wolgram disappeared on September 5, 1998.

This fundraiser is to collect money in order to offer a reward for information that will lead to Brianne’s whereabouts. 

There was a reward offered for a short time but it would be nice to have a reward that is always available to the public. Should we find Brianne and the money isn’t used, we will donate this money toward another cold missing persons case in BC.

Thank you for the support.

Donate here :


23 Years…

5 Sep
Brianne Wolgram - Forget-Me-Nots

And yet another year has passed making it 23 years since we saw your beautiful face or heard your cute laugh and saw that beautiful smile.

It still seems like yesterday that this nightmare began. Praying one day we will have an answer. Not a day goes by that we don’t think or speak of you.

Many times I have called your niece Breena your name. And I have told them many stories of you too.

Your family loves and misses you as do your friends.

Thank you to everyone for your continued prayers and support to the family.

-Sheryl Wolgram

Age Progression Sketch

17 Jun

This is a composite sketch of what a forensic artist has drawn of what Brianne may look like today.

Age progression sketch of Brianne Wolgram.
Brianne Wolgram at 40-years-old.

Akolkolex Map

27 May

Yesterday, we went out to the location of where Brianne’s car was found (between 15 and 16 km marker), as well as the approximate location of where the hunter saw Brianne walking on the road (18 km marker).

We tied a blue ribbon on a tree to mark the location of where Brianne’s car was found in the ditch.

The photos and video attached to the pins on this map will be improved upon in the near future as they were experimental in nature. I will also add a street view of these locations in Google Maps.

I should say this is an active logging road so if anyone is thinking of going out there to explore, please try to keep it to weekends. We also saw four bears during our travels, so please try not to disturb wildlife and be prepared.

We are working on putting together some imagery of what Brianne was wearing when she disappeared. If anyone stumbles upon anything that resembles clothing, shoes, or jewelry in this area, please bring it to the RCMP detachment in Revelstoke and remember to mark where you found it. We are approaching 21 years since Brianne’s disappearance but you never know what could still be out there.

On that note, you can pin your location on this map or any area by zooming in or out of an area in Google Maps and downloading it for offline use. The GPS on your phone will still be able to find you even if you lose service.

Select “Offline Maps” in Google Maps and hit the icon that looks like a scope to find where you are. Press and hold your screen to insert a pin on the map to mark a specific location. This will be helpful if you find something and need to mark its location – or if you get lost! I brought a back-up charger for my phone so I wouldn’t run out of battery any time soon.

Whether you are fishing or hunting, or just out here on an adventure, please remember Brianne and keep yours eyes open.

Brianne is 40

25 Mar

Today marks Brianne’s 40th Birthday.

We still miss you, Brianne, and wish you could be here to celebrate this special day with us.

About a week ago, I decided to once again attempt to bring more information to the public regarding Brianne’s case. Last week, I emailed RCMP and MCSC to try to have some questions answered but have not yet received a response. They are busy, so hopefully I will hear something back soon. I strongly believe this needs to happen and will try my best.

It’s really important to keep the memory of Brianne and this case alive and never stop trying to find answers. Often, I wonder if someone has spoken a portion of truth already but the sheer volume of tips and wild information out there makes it all impossible to navigate. If one person says something and another does not, where do we go from there?

We have some new ideas in the works so please keep hope alive that we will be given the gift of bringing Brianne home.

Happy 40th Birthday, Brianne!

Here are some adorable photos of Brianne that her mom posted on the facebook group today:


UPDATE – March 25, 2019

The officer in charge of Brianne’s case sent me this today:

Back in 2013, SED GIS and additional resources,  did a 5 week operational investigation in Revelstoke pursuing all outstanding tasks from the prior investigation, as well as creating new ones from information that had been received past and present.  You mentioned that there was a lot of misinformation which is absolutely correct, and a lot of this time was spent chasing down rumours and finally putting them to rest.
We identified a couple of individuals who we interviewed, polygraphed, and eliminated from our investigation.  We also collected numerous DNA samples voluntarily from individuals that were associated with Brianne (friends, family, coworkers),  as well as individuals that had surfaced during our investigation.  This was extremely helpful with further excluding individuals that had been named in the investigation. 

True Crime Diva Article

27 Oct

We haven’t been doing much work on Brianne’s website the last few years. This is mainly due to the fact that we felt we had gathered everything we could and had come to a stand-still with the RCMP. We talked to RCMP, an exhaustive list of friends/family, and people whose names were mentioned in rumours. Everyone and everything we could think of – we looked in to it.

This morning, some comments were made on the site that I had to approve, so I started poking around the WordPress “insights” and found some referrals from the True Crime Diva website. Though this article was written in 2012, I had not read it before:

True Crime Diva

True Crime Diva post on Brianne Wolgram


Honestly, I have read A LOT of articles about Brianne over the years and most of them are repetitive and tell me nothing I don’t already know. I liked this particular article because it’s opinion-based and it’s interesting to read feedback from someone who is not from our area and completely separated from the case.

I still feel like the RCMP needs to publicly clarify a lot of information on this case. The sketches of the three girls ARE confusing. Why were we allowed to publish only ONE of those pictures of the car? At the time, we were happy to just have SOMETHING but this really doesn’t make sense.

I know it’s not the RCMP’s job to appease the public with information about a case and that it could potentially hurt their investigation.

I also know that publishing anything we haven’t already heard for the last 18 years would reignite public interest in the case and isn’t that what we want? If we want someone to talk – someone to remember – can’t we get people talking about this again?

Could any of the witnesses that saw Brianne that night contact us to tell us what they saw in their own words?


2011 in review

30 Dec

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 12,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

2012 in review

30 Dec

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 5,600 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 9 years to get that many views.

Click here to see the complete report.


18 Oct

My eyes watered today when a friend of mine, who works at the new high school construction site, sent me an email with these photos attached:

“This is the only brick saved from the old RSS school.”

Brianne Wolgram - Brick Memento from RSS

Brianne Wolgram - Brick Memento from RSS

Brianne Wolgram - Brick memento from RSS

Brianne Wolgram - Brick memento from RSS

Thirteen Years Later…

2 Sep

Every year since 1998, this weekend has been a sad time for many of us.

I often find myself pining over Brianne and those feelings are only emphasized during the September long weekend.

This year, I have had the sudden realization that the September long weekend should not be a time of sadness and loss.  We know more than we did last year and this is the annual moment when people stop and remember that we are still looking for Brianne.  This weekend will bring Brianne’s case much more attention than any other weekend of the year and, for that, I will be happy on this thirteenth year.

As of yet, I have not received any updates or responses from the RCMP since our meeting in March 2011. I know there have been some personnel changes within the department so I am not sure if my communications have been passed on to someone else.

I also emailed Dan Picken from Missing Children’s to review those meeting notes and get back to me with any answers but I have not received a response from him either.

I will keep trying to get answers.

If anyone would like to post something they have written, please let me know.

Thank you to everyone who has supported myself and this website over the last couple of years. Thank you to those who have willingly brought me information about Brianne’s case and to those who have put up with my questioning. Lastly, an extra big thank you to the people who have been helping me out of the straight-up goodness of their hearts. You know who you are. 


UPDATED Saturday, September 3, 2011: I’ve been informed that Dan Picken is no longer on Brianne’s case. Wendy Christensen is back on her file for MCSC.

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