Archives for February 2018

Cold cases and the M-Vac

Please welcome back guest blogger Jared Bradley. Jared will give us an overview of exciting developments in the field of cold cases and the M-Vac. _________________________________ Guest blogging is always full of pressure, but writing for Alice’s Defrosting Cold Cases takes it to a whole new level. Like all of you, I thoroughly enjoy reading […]

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 […]