Alternative Name: Unknown
La Apoda: Desconocido
Nombres alternativos: Desconocido
Missing from: La Viña, Quinta de Tilcoco, Bernardo O’Higgins Region, Chile
Date Missing: July 23, 2011 (Saturday)
Falta de: La Viña, Quinta de Tilcoco, VI Región Libertador General
Bernardo O ́Higgins
Falta en la fecha: 23 de julio de 2011 (sábado)
*Please note that there were no sources in English, so everything below has been manually translated from Spanish to English. If you observe a mis-translation, please let us know and we will correct it immediately.
Nicole was the youngest of five children, but her father separated from her mother when she was quite young and the two did not have contact after that. Nicole eventually moved to study in a youth home in Coquimbo, but by 8th Grade, she had returned and moved in with her mother and her mother’s partner at their home in Quinta de Tilcoco, in the La Viña neighborhood. This would also put her quite close to a grandmother that she had formed a strong relationship with; the grandmother lived in the same area so Nicole could visit her frequently. Nicole enrolled in school at Liceo República de Italia in town and started settling into her new life.
Nicole was a pretty but restless child, described as a free spirit who enjoyed riding her bicycle and spent most of her time scrolling and chatting with friends and her siblings on Facebook. On July 23, she had arranged to head to a friend’s home in the same neighborhood whereupon the two would head out to a party that evening. She left home according to her family, but never arrived t the friend’s home. There has been no information about Nicole since that day.
It is not clear if Nicole was walking or riding her bicycle that day, and there is no information available as to whether they have her bicycle or if it is also missing.
Two days after she disappeared, Qinta de Tilcoco was struck with a second tragedy when a young 28 y/o male, Felipe Meza, unexpectedly committed suicide. What initially seemed to be an unfortunate coincidence later raised questions as to a possible connection between Felipe and Nicole. Witnesses would later state that they had seen this man accompanied by Nicole in the past, including on the day she disappeared (whether before or after she left for the friend’s is not clear). There is also apparently audio recording of Felipe telling a friend that he planned to meet up with “a 15 year old” on July 23, which would match Nicole’s age. There are concerns that he may have had something to do with her disappearance which eventually led to his suicide. When he was found, there were no signs of a suicide note or letter that would offer additional insight.
There have been possible sightings of Nicole by witnesses since the day of her disappearance, including a family friend who said they saw and spoke to her. She did not respond and continued walking past. Another witness thought they saw Nicole in the nearby town of Rosario. Unfortunately, these sightings have not been confirmed.
When Nicole left, she was not carrying any identifying documents, and there is no record of Nicole visiting the government to obtain copies of her identification papers. If she is still alive, she may be living under an alternative name or identity.
She was relatively trusting and had offered the password of her Facebook account to her friend and to her siblings. Unfortunately, they were not able to find any contact or messages between Nicole and a possible person of interest.
- Date of Birth: Unknown
- Age: 15
- Nationality: Chile
- Gender at Birth: Female
- Hair: Brown Hair
- Eye Color: Brown
- Height: 4’11” (150cm)
- Weight: Unknown
- Languages Spoken: Español
- Fecha de Nacimiento: Desconocido
- Años: 15
- Nacionalidad: Chile
- Sexo al nacer: Feminino
- Cabello: Moreno
- Color de los ojos: Cafés
- Altura: 4’11” (150cm)
- Peso: Desconocido
- Idiomas: Español
Distinguishing Marks or Factors (Características Distintivas)
Medical Concerns (Atención Médica)
If You or Anyone You Know Has Information About The Disappearances, Please Contact:
- Brigada de Homicidios Rancagua
- Your Nearest Chilean Embassy
- Your National Police
Or use the QR Code (right) to find contact information for various National Police Agencies
- Figueroa, F. (2018) “7 años desaparecida lleva Nicole González”, El Rancaguino, 20 June, Link.
- Silva, F. (2011) “La desaparición de Nicole Alejandra González Calderón Un enigma lleno de conjeturas pero que aún no tiene resultados”, El Rancaquino, 10 November, Link.
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