Chance Englebert: When The Wild Wind Blew | Ep 248


Sudden Change in Weather

Sudden storms in the evening day of disappearance

Map Supplemental

Chance Leslie Englebert was a 25 year old from Moorcroft, Wyoming. He was a married father and was in the process of changing careers. On July 6, 2019, while in Gering, Nebraska, Chance walked off after getting into a disagreement with his wife’s family. An hour later, Chance was caught on video walking by himself. He was never seen again.


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If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Chance Englebert, please contact the Gering Police Department at (308) 436-5089.


A foul play scenario that could come from a fact such as this is very common. Many husbands have been murdered by their father-in-law’s (fathers-in-law?????) due to the husband doing something to the wife. Brother in laws. Uncles. Stepsons. Etc. They’ve all taken revenge out on a husband or boyfriend who didn’t treat a female family member the right way. Common.

So, people might visualize a sequence of events where Bailey’s father and others jumped in their cars. They somehow tracked Chance down as he walked toward that truck stop. They convinced him to get in the car. Then, they killed him.

Before you dismiss this, remember: Chance, according to phone records, did try to contact the boyfriend of Bailey’s sister. Or that boyfriend tried to contact Chance. Also remember that this is the guy who originally put Chance into such a bad mood. Also remember that Dawn said that Chance really respected this guy. And that may very well be why Chance was hurt so much—because the comment about money came from someone Chance trusted.

Yet, to turn that around, it would make sense for that same guy—the sister’s boyfriend—to track Chance down under the guise of apologizing. But when the two actually met about 9pm that night, an apology was not forthcoming. Instead violence was.

Totally possible.

By Edward Dentzel | Patreon Blog

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