This trailer home and its small plot of land in Ivy Bend, Missouri is finally for sale- and Marianne Asher-Chapman has been waiting to purchase it.
This October 25th marks fifteen years since her daughter, Angie Yarnell disappeared. Her husband pleaded guilty to manslaughter. years later.
Michael Yarnell was released in 2013 but still never led investigators to Angie’s remains.
Their home was on the same plot that is now for sale in Ivy Bend. Marianne Asher-Chapman is raising money to purchase the land where they believe Angie died. With ownership comes the freedom to search the property. It would also become a place of peace and be used by Missouri Missing, the 501(c)(3) non-profit Asher-Chapman started to help those with missing loved ones.
Michael Yarnell Was Considered A Person Of Interest
When Michael showed up at Marianne’s house one day saying that Angie left him, Marianne didn’t take his word for it. A postcard arrived in the mail, signed by Angie- but not in Angie’s handwriting. Marianne searched for years when a local newspaper picked up her story, and Michael hid from the spotlight. He was eventually brought back to Missouri for tampering with evidence by writing the forged postcard and then confessed to causing Angie’s death. He claimed they were arguing when she fell off the deck of their home, hitting a rock. As part of a plea deal, he agreed to lead police to Angie’s remains yet never did. Without proof, he was only sentenced to seven years. After four, he was released for good behavior.