FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) — Fort Lauderdale Police are revealing new information about the night Lisa Hayden, who went by the name Noodles, went missing. And now her friends are tapping into the supernatural in hopes of locating her.READ MORE: 'It's Going To Be A Lot Better': Key Largo Scuba Operation Recovering From Worst Of Pandemic
Noodles disappeared after going to a concert at Revolution Live downtown Fort Lauderdale on January 24th.
For the past week, her friends have been plastering missing posters all over, but they’ve heard nothing.
“We’re just at our wits end,” said her friend Teri Catlin. “We’re really not sure where to look next or what to do next.”
Catlin and Noodles have been friends for more than 20 years. She’s doing whatever she can to find her, she recently checked in with several psychics and felt encouraged.
“They felt a heartbeat,” she said. “They felt like she was alive, she’s just not feeling well.”
Investigators are outlining what happened that night.
They told CBS4’s Ted Scouten that Noodles was on a date the night she disappeared with a man she met online.
She was with several friends as well. Detectives said those friends were going to take her home because they thought she had too much to drink. That’s when police say Noodles went to use the bathroom at the Poorhouse bar and then vanished.READ MORE: COVID In Florida: 4,237 New Cases, 33 Deaths Reported On Monday
“Her friends did look for her, waited for her and didn’t find her,” said Fort Lauderdale Police Detective DeAnna Greenlaw. “Ultimately they decided to leave the downtown area to go home.”
Catlin said she has spoken to people who saw Hayden later that night walking in an alley behind the Poorhouse bar with her keys in hand.
Another person reported seeing her on a party bus that takes bar patrons around to bars down town.
“We contacted the bus driver and he say she was on and off the bus about three different times and the last time he had to help her down the stairs. so she was feeling a little toasty that night for sure,”said Catlin.
Friends at Noodle’s Wilton Manors’ apartment complex say it’s not like her to leave without telling anyone.
“It’s like a family here, everybody looks out for one another,” said Landlord Nancy Valentin.
“She would never choose to stay away from her cats or her piano students,” said neighbor Scotti Barhan. “Deep down inside I know something is wrong.”
Now those who love her wait and hope for the best.
“She’s a glitter bug fairy girl,” said Catlin. “She’s just a bright, bright light.”
Friends say people should concentrate on trying to locate her car. It’s very distinct with the moon and sun decals on it.MORE NEWS: COVID ‘Long Haulers’ Reporting Relief From Symptoms After Receiving Vaccine
If you have any information that can help investigator locate her give Broward Crime Stoppers a call at (954) 493-Tips.