The fate of this California missing person remained a mystery more than four decades after her disappearance. On an early November morning in 1970, she experienced car trouble on the southbound side of Los Angeles' Hollywood Freeway and was last seen talking to a twenty-something Caucasian man while her car sat on the shoulder of the freeway.
At the time of her disappearance, she was a student at Pierce College and a part-time employee of Pier 1 Imports.
Her disappearance was possibly connected to those of several other young women -- Rose Tashman, Cindy Lee Mellin, and Mona Jean Gallegos -- who went missing in the late 1960s and early 1970s on Los Angeles-area freeways after pulling over for flat tires. The bodies of two of these women were found; the other women remained missing decades after their disappearances.
She and her younger sister grew up in Los Angeles' Los Feliz and Silverlake neighborhoods as the children of Beverly and Marvin Graham.
Nearly two decades after her disappearance, Robin Graham was the subject of an on-air remembrance read by Los Angeles disc jockey Geoff Edwards.