A “Bachelor” Viewer Just Spotted Bekah On A List Of Missing People In California

The bizarre story unfolded after the North Coast Journal published a cover story this week called “The Humboldt 35: Why does Humboldt County have the highest rate of missing persons reports in the state?” It examined why Humboldt has, according to the newspaper, “the highest per-capita rate of people reported missing in California.”

Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement that Bekah’s mother called deputies on Nov. 18 and filed a missing person’s report for her daughter.

The mother told them she had last spoken to her daughter on Nov. 12.

“Martinez told her mother that she was going to work on a marijuana farm and would see her in seven to eight days,” officials said in a statement.

Sheriff’s officials said they followed “all leads” and the proper “procedure” to find Bekah. They also tried to contact Bekah and people who may know her, but were not successful.

On Dec. 12, Bekah’s mother told officials she had heard from her daughter, who said she was on her way home.

However, sheriff’s officials said they were still unable to contact Bekah, and so did not take her off the missing persons list.

Since the show premiered in early January, the filming likely took place between September and early December.