Justice for Joan by Martin Knight 

The murder of Joan Mary Woodhouse (July 17, 1921 – July 31, 1948) is also known as the Arundel Murder as her body was found on the grounds of Arundel Castle, Sussex, UK. There is plenty online about the case however some details are not. That’s where the book by Martin Knight comes in. Joan […]

Dust and Shadow by Lyndsay Faye

Dust and Shadow by Lyndsay Faye takes us back to London and the world of Sherlock Holmes and Dr. John Watson. Holmes and Watson We meet our friends Holmes and Watson during the time that Jack the Ripper terrorized London. We can therefore expect to meet these five victims in the book: Mary Ann Nichols, […]

Samantha Angela Ainsworth (Dec 2, 1969 – found Dec 3, 1985)

Samantha Angela Ainsworth’s remains were found in a shallow grave on March 11, 1987. She was last seen walking north towards Nellis Blvd., Las Vegas, Nevada. I am not sure about the date. Samantha was found by dirt bike riders near Sunrise Mountain, Las Vegas, Nevada on March 11, 1987. There is very little online […]

Who killed Alana Kela?

Alana Kela (? – 1993) was born in Hawaii, USA. I do not have an exact island name or date of birth. She died in 1993 in Manhattan, New York City, New York, from a single gunshot wound to her head. Her murder remains unsolved. This is the Case of the Month for July 2019. […]

Missing: Shannon Marie Sherrill

Introduction Shannon Marie Sherrill (Aug 12, 1980 – missing Oct 15, 1986) was six years old when she vanished. She was last seen at her family’s trailer home yard on 600 Plum Street, Thorntown, Indiana, on October 15, 1986. Around 130pm, she was outside with about ten other children. They were playing hide-and-seek. Shannon went […]

Remembering Gwen Vivian Miller

Gwen Vivian Miller (Nov 4, 1907 – Feb 29, 1968) was murdered inside her home in Rapid City, South Dakota. She was 60 years old. She never married and had no children. Gwen worked as a hospital pharmacist at the Bennett-Clarkson Memorial Hospital (now Rapid City Regional) in Rapid City. Her colleagues went to her […]