Archives for December 2012

Thank you

A word of thanks to my readers Without you this would just be another blog with ramblings of …. well, me. But because you read it regularly, comment and brainstorm with me, you did more. You helped to give these old unsolved homicides renewed media attention. In doing so, you gave comfort to the victims’ […]

Help NCIS solve the cold cases of Erickson and Corriveau

The NCIS (Naval Criminal Investigative Service) needs help solving the cold cases of Daniel Erickson and Robert Corriveau. Daniel Erickson (Minn) Daniel Erickson, then 20, was home on leave back in 1975. He was to celebrate his birthday and drive his car from St. Paul (Minn) to California to his new assignment aboard the USS Durham. […]

The cold case of Maria Ridulph

On Dec 3, 1957, Maria Ridulph (7) vanished from a small-town street corner in Sycamore, IL, while playing in the snow. Arrested in July 2011 and sentenced in December 2012 for her murder was Jack McCullough, formerly known as John Tessier. McCullough was released from prison on April 15, 2016. Charges against him were dismissed on April […]

Gavin’s tips to improve your blogging and SEO results!

Now if that isn’t a title that makes you want to share this post, you clearly have not read it! The first #crimechat is definitely one to bookmark if you are a blogger. Why? Because in plain English, Gavin Ward explained a lot of SEO terms, Google rankings & terms, and gave plenty of examples. He […]

Jasper S. confessed rape-murder Marianne Vaatstra

Today, Jasper S. confessed to the rape-murder of Marianne Vaatstra. During the night of May 1, 1999, Jasper saw Marianne Vaatstra on her bike. He stated that he did not know her. Jasper forced Marianne with a knife into the field where she was later found dead. More details will now be made public and we […]

The Voice of the Child by Natasha Phillips

Guest post: The Voice of the Child by Natasha Phillips. Natasha is a non-practicing Barrister, Editor In Chief and Founder of the Encyclopedia on Family and The Law. She blogs at Researching Reform. For DCC, Natasha kindly agreed to write down some thoughts about the position of the child in the UK Family Court System. ________________________________________________________________ […]