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Wife of missing Texas soldier Cameron Chamberlain found dead in Killeen after husband mysteriously vanished

By Maeve Cullinan,


THE WIFE of a missing Texas soldier who mysteriously vanished has now reportedly been found dead.

Craig Chamberlain went missing from his home on Monday, May 15.
Cameron Chamberlain, the wife of missing Texas soldier, has been found dead Credit: CBSAustin

The soldier's wife, Cameron, has now been found dead, according to KWTX.

The missing 23-year-old was found alive by a civilian team on May 25, the same day his wife was found deceased.

The cause of her death is currently unknown.

Craig was based at Fort Cavasoz, the central-Texas Army base formerly known as Fort Hood.

The reasons behind his 10-day disappearance are not clear.

Cameron appeared on a plethora of local news channels last week, appealing to the public for information after her husband vanished.

She disclosed that the couple had got into an argument before he vanished, and suggested that he was in “grave danger if he’s still alive.”

Cameron also described how army leadership had affected his mental health.

“People genuinely have very positive things to say about him. He did tell me that he hated the lifestyle, he hated the leadership of Fort Cavazos. He was not happy being a soldier. He was scared to talk about his mental health," she continued.

However, his mother confirmed he was found alive by a civilian team in Killeen on Thursday.

“We have found my son alive!!” Craig's mother Virginia Chamberlain told The Daily Beast in a text message Friday.

Craig's mother Virginia told The Daily Beast that her son had a “rocky” marriage with Cameron, who he met and married in 2020.

Virginia said she did not think that her son ran away, although said that the couple's marriage was a "not very kind" one.

“They absolutely rushed into marriage without thinking about it,” she said.
Craig Chamberlain was found alive on Thursday, May 25 Credit: Cam Chamberlain
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