Victims of Martin Kipp

on January 1, 2010 in Serial Killers, Victimology by

Martin Kipp was charged for the murder of two people. We currently have information on both of his victims.

Tiffany Frizzell

Tiffany, age 19, was murdered on September 16, 1983. She had been beaten, raped and strangled to death.

Antaya Howard 

Antaya, age 19, was murdered on December 29, 1984. She had been strangled to death.

3 Comments

  • Joan Jensen (Frizzell) says:

    It has been so many years since Martin Kipp beat, raped and strangled the life out of our sweet and beautiful Tiffany. May our God help him…….We miss her so much everyday

    Mom

    • Greg S. says:

      My heartfelt sympathy and empathy to you for a loss that must have been totally horrific at the time, and has not changed much in the passage of almost thirty years. Time may heal wounds only to a point, and when this happens to a family they are changed for evermore, in a very deleterious manner. My step-brother was taken at the age of twenty-six in 1989 and his father was never the same; he developed and died from cancer 6 + years later. Trust me when I say that Tiffany has been in a better place, perhaps substantially, since 9-17-83. My disgust with the male gender of this human race is profound; especially when it is known that Tiffany was not the only one who was subjected to such an insufferable and thoroughly reprehensible fate. All the best to you.

  • Karmen Reese (Hanson) says:

    Dear Joan,
    I ran across this today when I was using the Publishers Clearing House search engine. Every time I search, I get an entry towards the $5000 a week. I searched Tiffany’s name and I got to this location. It has been so many years, but I think about Tiffany often. It is so hard to understand why horrible things like Tiffany’s murder happen. The vision I have of this whole tragedy was at Tiffany’s memorial. Beth Sherrard was sitting in front of me a few rows. She was very upset and sobbing. You went to Beth to comfort her. I have always admired your strength and caring for others during this time that was extremely difficult for all who knew your family.

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