Real Name: Devin Williams
Nicknames: No Known Nicknames; some resources misspell name "Devon"
Location: Tonto National Forest, Kingman, Arizona
Date: May 28, 1995
Occupation: Truck Driver
Date of Birth: 23 April 1966
Weight: 190 lbs
Marital Status: Married
Characteristics: Brown hair and eyes, stocky in build.
Details: Devin Williams was a 29-year-old long distance truck driver, loving husband and father of three from Emporia, Kansas. While driving a refrigerated shipment to California, he turned off on to a service road near Buck Springs, New Mexico. His truck barreled through trees and terrified motorist Lynn Yarrington. Another eyewitness overheard Devin mutter something about "going to jail." By late Sunday afternoon, Deputy Dean Wells inspected the stranded truck. Devin was missing, but the cargo was intact and there was no reason to suspect foul play. The truck had to be recovered by Kyle Burris of Flint Hill Transportation, Devin's company.
There is no apparent reason for Devin's sudden disappearance. The day before, he had phoned the company remarking that he could not get any sleep but was determined to get on the road. Devin's wife Mary Lou was certain something must have happened to him; they had just bought a house and were at their happiest time in their lives. Searches for Devin yielded no results.
Suspects: None. Some UFO researchers have connected his case to stories about UFOs in the area.
Extra Notes: The case was featured as a part of the February 23, 1996 episode.
Devin Williams is not to be confused with the case of Dale Williams.
Results: Unresolved. On May 2, 1997, a skull was found on the Mogollon Rim (a quarter mile from where Devin vanished) by hikers. Dental records confirmed the skull was Devin. Although no foul play was suspected, there are several unanswered questions in this case.