Kingston: Interview with The Family of Tracy Gilpin, 15-Year-Old Girl Murdered in 1986 — Now Offering $10K Reward

Thirty years ago, a Kingston family lost their 15-year-old daughter and sister to an unknown killer. 

The murder of Tracy Gilpin has never been solved, but her family has never stopped thinking about her and waiting for some type of resolution to her death. 

Now, Tracy’s family is offering a $10,000 reward for anyone with information leading to the capture and conviction of her killer. 

WATD’s Christine James had a chance to sit down the Gilpin Family and hear their story:

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Tracy Gilpin (Photo Courtesy the Gilpin Family)


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Tracy was a collector of all things unicorns. Here is one of Tracy’s unicorn statues along with two of her unicorn-related trinkets. (Photo Courtesy the Gilpin Family)

Click here to join their Facebook group, Justice for Tracy Gilpin.

If you have any information in Tracy’s murder, you can contact the State Police Detective Unit in Plymouth at (508) 923-4205 or send them information anonymously.

About Christine James

Christine James is the Managing News Editor, and anchor at WATD. She has been a fixture here since 1990. Along the way in her WATD newsroom journey, she has won numerous broadcast awards including the Associated Press and Edward R. Murrow National Award for "Best Newscast."