This is the view of the area where Lilly disappeared from, her “fiance’s” apartment in South Miami. There is a canal less than 100 steps away (it’s towards the bottom of the image) yet police have NEVER thought to look. Almost a year since Lilly vanished into thin air. Please read the article below and comment on Susan’s blog. We have the possibility of getting the case on Nancy Grace if there’s enough feedback and interest from you all. We DEMAND Justice in Miami.
Susan Murphy Milano will be on the radio tonight and it sounds like she’ll be bringing up our Lilly!
The Dana Pretzer Show On Scared Monkeys Radio – Listen LIVE Wednesday Night at 9PM Eastern – Guests Include Susan Murphy Milano, Author and Domestic Violence Expert…
CLICK LINK BELOW TO LISTEN LIVE TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14 @ 9:00PM EASTERN
This was one of Lilly’s favorite songs. (Lyrics by Smashing Pumpkins:)
Lily, my one and only
I can hardly wait till I see her
Silly, I know I’m silly
cause I’m hanging in this tree
in the hopes that she will catch a glimpse of me
and thru her window shade
I watch her shadow move
I wonder if she…….?
Lily, my one and only
love is in my heart and in your eyes
will she or won’t she want him
no one knows for sure
but an officer is knocking at my door
and thru her window shade
I watch her shadow move
I wonder if she could only see me?
and when I’m with her I feel fine
if I could kiss her I wouldn’t mind the time it took to find
My Lily, my one and only
I can hardly wait till I see her
oh Lily, I know you love me
cause as they’re draggin me away
I swear I saw her raise her hand and wave (goodbye)
Thanks to Elizabeth Gonzalez for submitting via Facebook Group=)
I’m so happy to announce that Lilly’s story has been told by by Susan Murphy Milano. Thank you Susan! Thank you, Help Find The Missing! Thanks to everyone who’s joined together to help find and advocate for our sweet Lilly.
It would be extremely helpful if everyone who reads the article would post a comment. The more people comment, the better chances we have to get her story out in a variety of ways. It only takes a moment. Please do it now, for baby Palden’s sake.
We’re trying to get as much attention as possible for the vigil coming up on June 1st. The vigil is going to be a huge safety awareness event. Free ID Kits will be given out to parents. There’s going to be a butterfly dedication. Plenty more details to come soon! The vigil is being sponsored by PK Graphics. They are donating flyers & signs for the event. Maggie’s Rose is another sponsor. They have designed a special line of children’s hats and accessories in Lilly’s memory. And the company I work for Subliminal Pixels Lab is also a proud sponsor. Thank you all!!!
A BIG heartfelt THANK YOU to Jamie for creating this moving tribute for Lilly. THANK YOU to everyone all over the US, that have stepped up so selflessly to help spread the word. Your kindness and hard work is appreciated. Lilly’s family and friends are grateful. May you be blessed with the same love and support in your own lives.
IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT LILLY ARAMBURO
305-418-7245 email@example.com or 305-471-TIPS
Lucely “Lilly” Aramburo
Missing From: Miami, Florida
Date Missing: June 2, 2007
Date of Birth: November 16, 1983
Weight: 100 Pounds
Hair: Long-Straight-Dark Brown
Clothing: pajamas? (Not confirmed)
Large musical notes tattoo on lower back
Scar on left hand
According to her boyfriend, she left his
apartment around 2am in pajamas, without a
purse, shoes or cell phone.
(This information has not been verified)
She has not been seen since.
1 year anniversary candlelight vigil and butterfly release dedication
being held June 1st, 2008 at 6PM in Peacock Park – Coconut Grove
STAY TUNED for more details…
It’s been almost a year since that fateful night you disappeared – 6/2/07. I want you to know
I’ll always remember you, your stories, your contagious laugh, sense of humor, kindness and most of all, your humanity. I’ll will continue my work to tell the world about you. And won’t stop until you are found. It’s my sincere wish and I pray that wherever you are, you are safe, healthy and strong.
It saddens me so much not knowing what happened to you. Palden is getting older, he’s talking now! And soon he will start asking questions.
I can only imagine your suffering those last few days at Christen’s. I know you were arguing & fighting with Christen and Kelly. Did something go terribly wrong? WHY hasn’t he made more of an effort to find you when you were engaged to be married?? I’m so sorry for what you’ve been through. And my heart is heavy for not being closer to you before that horrible night…
Until we meet again, stay strong, determined and never lose faith! Your family and friends love you and will never give up…
Friends, we are in need of some people to help post up flyers of Lilly all over town. As well as making some phone calls. We also need some help with fund raising events. And seeking out potential sponsors. Please contact me if you’re interested.
Next month will be the year anniversary of Lilly’s disappearance. With your help, we can make it an awareness event to remember. If you’re a business owner or organization and would like to help with sponsorship, don’t be shy. We have some great ideas and incentives to make it worth your time and effort.
I can’t stress enough how painful and difficult this past year has been since Lilly vanished into thin air. We are finally getting some attention (online) but still not enough people in Miami know about her disappearance. Her baby is getting older, he’s walking now! And soon he’ll start asking questions about his mom. Please help me get the answers this baby deserves. Stand with me and let’s show the world that every single human life is precious.
Lilly is Missing
Someone is missing.
She’s no longer around.
Not seen in her home.
Nor seen in her town.
Her baby is crying.
He misses her touch.
Her Mama’s heart breaking.
From missing her so much.
Her smile in photos,
still warms the heart.
Especially for Palden,
from whom she’d not part.
When a life so little,
so precious and pure,
hurts for his Mommy,
we must find the cure.
Her screams to be found,
can barely be heard.
For ears cannot hear,
those whom have no words.
Just one voice calling,
or even a few,
make not much difference,
unless you call too.
But, if we all join together,
we have a chance.
To find our sweet Lilly,
to revive her life’s dance.
WHERE IS LILLY???
These days I’ve been extremely busy. Have not been able to do as many postings as I’d like. Fortunately, we found some good people that have stepped up in helping Lilly’s story get out. The latest article on http://zerogossip.com/ features a story about Lilly. This is the direct link to the story http://zerogossip.com/2008/04/21/where-is-lilly-aramburo.aspx
I appreciate all the comments, please keep them coming.
Also, I’d like to express my heartfelt gratitude to Deborah. I appreciate your selflessness and dedication in helping me and all families with missing loved ones. Thanks so much:-)
It’s been a very difficult journey this past year. Friends like the ones mentioned above have helped so much. Don’t know what I’d do without them.
In the past few months there has been some sightings of Lilly. Unfortunately, they have not been confirmed. We do not know for sure that it is her or a look alike. It’s very frustrating to say the least. And extremely difficult for her mother. For those reading my blog for the first time, please read on and let me tell you about Lilly. Lilly vanished June 2, 2007. You may not have heard as most locally haven’t because she’s never been on the news!
As you can see, we depend on the internet to spread the news about Lilly. Here is a recent article written about her.
We are currently organizing an event for the year anniversary of Lilly’s disappearance. If anyone would like to help with this please contact us. Unfortunately, we don’t have much support from the community right now. Probably because no one knows. That’s why we’re asking for your assistance. We need people to help post and distribute flyers all around Florida. This can be done any time at your own convenience. If you’re a truck driver and are thinking about lending a hand contact me today. Every one is encouraged to help. We also need a spokesperson for the family.
Another thing that would be of great benefit is to write letters to local media, newspapers and politicians. Unfortunately, people go missing every day and not enough media coverage or importance is given. Even police complain about media and their lack of coverage of cases involving missing or abducted children. It’s all too common.
Lucely “Lilly” Aramburo vanished a dark June night in 2007. Her fiance says she went for a walk at 2am. She’s never been seen or heard from ever again. This is so common these days. People go missing. Media people ignore the fliers from detectives, rarely reporting the story to the community. Right now there’s a child abduction that no one in Miami knows about because local media won’t report it to us. It’s not “juicy” enough, as Sergeant Varela told me and Lilly’s mom.
So why is it not important to members of our community? As humans and Americans we have the power to make a difference in small actions that we can do. However, most of us choose not to. Most of us are “too busy”. I ask, are you truly busy or are you distracted?
I urge you, please help me find my friend, Lilly. Or help the cause of the MISSING, there are countless others. You can help us get our stories heard.
Join my group http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=6448284204
Add Lilly as a friend on Myspace http://www.myspace.com/missinglillyaramburo
Join this Flickr group for Missing Persons http://www.flickr.com/groups/786046@N24/
Please contact me if you’d like to volunteer to help. You don’t need any special skills, just the desire to help. Thank you, dear friends…
You can help us in this difficult effort to get her story heard. It’s been 9 months and her picture has not been seen by most folks in Miami. Her disappearance is not “juicy” enough, as stated by Sergeant Varela of Miami Dade Police.
We need you to write to your local officials and to the local paper. Below you will find some contacts. Please write a compelling letter and send it to all of them by email. Your help is appreciated! Lilly still has not been featured on any news, locally or nationally. She needs us to speak for her. Please lend a hand today.
Miami-Dade County *
Mayor Carlos Alvarez
Chief of Staff
Director of Communications
Director of Policy
and Legislative Affairs
Luis Andres Gazitua, Esq.
* Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners *
Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners
District 1 Representative
District 2 Representative
Audrey M. Edmonson
District 3 Representative
Sally A. Heyman
District 4 Representative
District 6 Representative
District 8 – Katy Sorenson
District 9 – Dennis C. Moss
District 10 – Javier D. Souto
District 11 – Joe A. Martinez
District 12 – José “Pepe” Diaz
* Newspaper New Columnists *
Would anyone out there like to help?? I’m drowning here, seeking assistance from Miami residents and internet volunteers.
We’re currently seeking help posting and distributing fliers, folks with computer skills to send emails, folks with experience in event organizing and contacts in the community. Students, housewives, retirees, please donate an hour to find a missing mother. Her family is desperate to find her. She’s a tiny itty-bitty girl in terrible danger. It’s been way too long, she would have made contact long time ago!
Please contact me today! I understand your time is very valuable. You can volunteer whenever you have a free hour to devote.
Thank you and peace be with you…
For the last nine months Lily Aramburo’s family has struggled to find her. It has been made harder since law enforcement, Miami Dade Police Department has not been helpful in the matter. The last person to see Lily, ex-boyfriend Christen Pacheco, says it was after 2am and they had been arguing and Lily walked out of his condo through the sliding door in the living room, taking nothing but a pair of bungee cords. According to Kelly Starling and Emmanuel DeJesus who were also there, Lily did not take her bag (purse) with money, her cellphone and most interesting her boots. Christen Pacheco told police that Lily had a history of attempting suicide. Lilly has not been seen or heard from ever since. Lilly disappeared from the Kendall area of Miami, the 7800 block of SW 82nd Street, near Dadeland Mall on June 1, 2007.
Lucely “Lilly” Aramburo
Below is a very good resource in case your child goes missing. No one likes to think about such depressing ideas. But the reality is it’s best to educate yourself before the unthinkable happens.
Parents, it’s very important to have recent photographs of your child and their fingerprints, if possible. I would suggest ordering a safety ID Kit from one of the many nonprofit organizations out there. If your child goes missing, there are many organizations available to help you.