Mona Lisa Two Eagle. Rosebud Sioux Tribe.
Source: Justice for Native People
In the winter of 1979, Mona Lisa left a bar with two unknown adult males, leaving in a red-and-white pickup truck. She never returned and was reported missing shortly after. Police and family organized horseback searches for Mona which lasted two weeks. Unfortunately, Mona's body was discovered by her father and brother frozen in a pasture. It appeared she had been beaten and possibly sexually assaulted. No charges have ever been pressed or suspects identified in her case and her murder remains unsolved.
Mona was 1 of 14 children. She is described by her family as being athletic and caring. Mona's case has received some long due attention due to her case being included in the arguments for "Savanna's Law", a law regarding Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in the United States and named after Savanna Lafontaine-Greywind who was murdered in 2017.
If you have any information regarding the murder of Mona Lisa Two Eagle, you are encouraged to contact the Rosebud Police Department at (605) 747-2281.
Tribal Information: Mona Lisa is a member of the Rosebud Sioux tribe of South Dakota.