How to find a cold case on my blog

There are several ways to find a cold case on my blog: 1:  the tab “cold case database” in the green menu bar sends you to my database. There you can find a cold case by the victim’s or the wrongfully convicted person’s last name. There are more than 210 cases listed there. 2: you […]

The Beaumont Children: New Leads, New Frustrations

Please welcome guest blogger Stephen Richey who will give us insight in the latest developments in the case of the missing Beaumont Children. ____________________ In an early blog post, Alice mentioned that ground penetrating radar (GPR) was used to locate an “anomaly” at a site where a tip suggested the children were buried. Some latched on to […]

Missing: Gene Fish

Eugene “Gene” Francis Fish (May 24, 1950 – missing June 21, 2004), a retired federal agent, went missing on June 21, 2004 from his home in Canon City, Colorado. He is 5’11, white, has strawberry blond hair, blue eyes, and a crippled finger on the left hand. Alas, his NamUs profile does not say which […]

New excavation: the Beaumont Children

Update: authorities only found animal bones, no signs of human remains. The Australian papers just printed exciting news in the case of the three missing Beaumont Children. “Police have confirmed a new dig site in the search for the bodies of the missing Beaumont children.” Jane Nartare (9), Arnna Kathleen (7), and Grant Ellis (4), known […]

Who stole April Nicole Williams?

Last night, my friend JL alerted me to a post about April Nicole Williams who went missing in 1983. Of course, I shared the story. So far April has not been found. We have a baby picture and an age-progressed image of what she might look like now as an adult. The better guess for […]

The 1976 cold case of Eunice Shrivers Lowe

On Sept. 17, 1976, bus ticket clerk Eunice Shrivers Lowe (Nov 11, 1920 – Sep 17, 1976) was killed while at the work at the Continental Railways Station in Bay City, in the southwest part of Houston, Texas. Eunice, a white woman of 55, was beaten with a pickax, stabbed with a broken glass bottle, […]

Holiday Tragedies

The last days of December are filled with joy and cheer for most of us but for some, they are the Holiday Tragedies. Celebrating several days together with loved ones isn’t an option for everyone. Some of us are alone and not always by choice. Some of us were robbed of loved ones. It stings […]

Suzanne Bombardier: Bacom faces judge

Update in the Suzanne Bombardier case: Mitchell Lynn Bacom did not enter a plea and waived his right to a speedy trial. Public Defender Brooks Osborne argued his office needs more time to get attorneys assigned to the case and for them to review the evidence against Bacom. This will all take time. The East […]