Teresa Halbach Biography

Published On Feb 07, 2017
Facts of Teresa Halbach
Date of Birth: 1980 , March-22
Date of Death: 2005
Birth Nation: United States
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During one of her three assignments for October 31, 2005, Teresa Halbach was assigned to take photographs of a mini-van that was for sale for Auto Trader magazine at Avery’s Auto Salvage yard, owned by none other than Steve Avery. Teresa Halbach had leading roles in School productions of Hello Dolly "The Music Man and Anything Goes". Moving to her personal life, her ex-boyfriend's name is Ryan Hillegas. Teresa Halbach, aged 25 at the time of her death. Tresa Halbach became a murder and potential rape victim after going missing on October 31, 2005, her phone records from her cellphone were introduced in the trial. Halbach's family filed a civil lawsuit against Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey in 2006 and dismissed it in late 2013 after all criminal appeals were exhausted. Regarding her nationality and ethnicity, she was a white American.

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Born in United States

March 22 , 1980

Teresa Halbach was born on  March 22, 1980, in Kaukauna, United Staus.   Her father died, when she was eight years old. She was raised alongside two sisters and two brothers on a dairy farm settled by her great-grandfather, a German immigrant. 


Graduation from Hilbert High School


Teresa Halbach attended Hilbert High School and later she did her graduation from there in the year 1998. She was very innovative and vibrant youthful, she travelled to Mexico, Australia and Spain and Teresa Halbach learned to scuba dive in Australia.

Graduation from University of Wisconsin-Green Bay


 She also attended  University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and completed her Graduation  Sum Cum Laude from there with a degree in photography in the year 2002. After her graduation, she worked as a portrait photographer at a Green Bay studio.


Teresa Halbach Disappeared

October 31 , 2005

Teresa Halbach disappeared on October 31, 2005. Her vehicle was found partially concealed in the salvage yard, and bloodstains recovered from its interior matched Avery's DNA. Investigators later identified charred bone fragments found in a burn pit near Avery's home as Halbach's.