Heather Elvis worked at Tilted Kilt at the time of her disappearance, which isn't anything interesting on the surface. It seems like any other place of employment for a young and attractive female in the Myrtle Beach area. However, it just seems a little suspicious that this establishment has come up in at least one other unsolved crime -- in particular, the murder of Amber Berbiglia. While accusations continue to fly against Sidney and Tammy Moorer, it seems that some striking theories are being ignored. Is it at all possible that this place could hold clues to what happened to the missing Myrtle Beach woman?
First of all, the murder of Amber Berbiglia was gruesome, and remains unsolved -- much like the disappearances of Brittanee Drexel and many others in the same area. Of course it wouldn't make sense to connect every single murder and disappearance in this region, but it would be insane to ignore the possibility that violent crimes against women could be originating from a certain place of employment -- Tilted Kilt. You see, Amber was also a waitress at Tilted Kilt when she was violently murdered and left under a bridge like common street trash. Could a regular customer of this establishment be someone with dark desires that lead to kidnapping and murder? Or could something far more sinister be going on at this famed pub?
I think Horry County investigators need to take a long hard look at Tilted Kilt and consider any possible connections that might arise. This isn't at all placing any responsibility on any particular lifestyle or business, but it just seems too convenient that two (so far) unsolved crimes involve girls employed by the place!
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