It is unclear if White was reported missing.
The cause of death has not been released to the public.
Her last known location is currently not known.
Missing NPF will follow this case closely, and will post updates as more information becomes available.
According to source, HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — Special Agents of the National Park Service Investigative Services Branch are seeking tips from the public related to the homicide of Paige Autumn White. White was a 32-year-old with a missing right eye and an anchor tattoo on her right foot. White’s remains were found off of Blacksnake Road in Hot Springs National Park on March 27, 2021. The investigation is ongoing and there is no indication that this was other than an isolated incident. National Park Service investigators are working with the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI), the Hot Springs Police Department, Arkansas State Police, and Garland County Sheriff’s Department to find out more about the days leading up to White’s death. Though no further details about this incident are available at this time. Information from family, friends, acquaintances, or others who may have seen White recently is often very helpful.
If you may have information about White or her death, please contact the special agents at 888-653-0009.
This case file was posted on
Apr 13, 2021 at 20:02
This case file was last modified on
Apr 21, 2021 at 20:20
This case file has been assigned the Missing Persons ID 3684
Missing NPF lists “Foul Play Suspected,” “Suspected Suicide,” “Cause of Death,” and other elements of data in association with public reporting. These settings do not reflect the opinions of Missing NPF and/or its staff. Unless explicitly noted, Missing NPF does not publicize opinion, nor are any of the initial reports written – or edited – by members of Missing NPF. All content (with the exception of “IMPORTANT” notices, listed toward the top of applicable case files) are the works of external persons, sources and/or entities. All pictures displayed on this case file have been downloaded from the public domain, unless a user has commented or otherwise transmitted a picture to Missing NPF or its social media accounts. Case updates are derived from external persons, sources, and/or entities, and do not reflect the internal work of Missing NPF, unless expressly noted.