January 23, 2013 marks two years since Tracy Winslow was last spoken to around midnight, outside of the Oil City home she shared with her mother.
"Sitting here and and praying asking God to just give us a sign of where she's at."
Winslow's cousin, Felicia Holden Starkes, says her constant smile is what they miss most.
"I never saw her, you know, sad. She was always smiling."
Caddo Sheriff's investigators say deputies were called to an area off North Lakeshore drive in Shreveport on January 24th, 2011 for a vehicle that was fully engulfed in flames.
That vehicle turned out to belong to Tracy Winslow, but she was nowhere to be found.
"I've traveled the road many times where the car was burned and I've gone there and stood in the place and picked up the pieces and the parts of the car and prayed over those."
Starkes says as recently as two weeks ago, investigators were following up on possible leads, but she says one man knows exactly what happened.
"There was no doubt in my mind who's responsible for this type of crime, this crime that was committed."
Winslow's estranged husband - Eddie Lee Jackson - was convicted last year of kidnapping and arson in connection with the crime, and detectives believe he was the last person to see her alive.
"This person sits here with this deep, dark secret about what happened that night, what happened to Tracy," Starkes says.
Jackson was sentenced to spend 40 years at hard labor, without probation or a suspended sentence, for the kidnapping and arson conviction, but Winslow's family doesn't believe he acted alone.
Anyone with information regarding Winslow's whereabouts is urged to call Caddo Parish Crimestoppers at (318) 673 - 7373.