US Daughter Fears American Parents Living in Greece Killed Themselves

ATHENS – The Seattle-based daughter of an elderly American couple missing in Greece where they were living said she fears they may have taken their own lives with no report on their fate.

David Harrison Robinson, 83, and Lucretia Robinson, 80, were last seen leaving their home in the southwest Peloponnese village of Methoni on Jan. 23, an official Silver Alert issued by Greek authorities stated, said The New York Post.


The alert indicated that the couple left their home in the Peloponnese in their car “with a possible destination of Monemvasia in Laconia,” and have not been seen or heard from since, the report added.

The daughter, Julianna Robinson, didn’t say how they came to be living in Greece but on her Facebook profile posted a number of photos of them posing in exotic and elaborate costumes, some like period clothes.

The daughter wrote in a Feb. 5 Facebook post that her parents were “presumed dead of their own volition,” but didn’t provide any more information why she thought that was so.

“Until their bodies are found, I need the help of my community to stay functional,” she continued and then put up a post seeking recommendations for a probate lawyer for her.

“The will is very simple and leaves everything to me, but with property in both WA and Greece I want to make sure I’m doing it correctly,” she explained. When reached by social media, she did not respond to The Post’s request for comment.


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