Archives for November 2018

The lingering case of Tommy Zeigler

Blood and truth: the lingering case of Tommy Zeigler and how Florida fights DNA testing. The Tampa Bay is publishing a new six-series about the case of William Thomas Zeigler. As my readers know, I have been involved in this case since the 90s. There are so many posts about this case on my blog that […]

Sally Shepherd, more details

My readers are the best. I said it before and I will keep saying it. Three readers have contacted me about the Sally Shepherd case providing more details. The Case Sally Shepherd was picked up somewhere in Peckham, South London, stripped naked, raped, and beaten to death at the end of 1979. She was struck […]

Suzy Lamplugh: excavation unsuccessful

The Metropolitan Police is still trying to find answers in the case of Suzy Lamplugh (25) who went missing in July 1986. She was officially declared dead and presumed murdered in 1994. Suzy Lamplugh was a realtor and had left her office in London to meet a client only known as Mr. Kipper. The case […]

Hazel Juanita Hanna and Cynthia Lorraine Bell

UPDATE Nov 12, 2018: one of my readers sent me some newspaper articles with more details and pictures identifying each girl, just scroll down. _____ Hazel Juanita Hanna and Cynthia Lorraine Bell were murdered in Missouri, 1976. There is shockingly little online. If you have links to more newspaper articles about this case, please contact […]

Willeke Dost: new excavation planned

UPDATE NOV 12, 2018: nothing was found. ____ Dutch police made the following announcement: “The Drenthe police are launching a new search for Willeke Dost, a then 15-year-old girl who disappeared from her foster parents’ farm in Koekange in 1992. The police will dig in an area near the farm where witnesses say they saw […]

Herman Edward Wilhelm Luhrsen

One of my readers mentioned the unsolved case of Herman Edward Wilhelm Luhrsen (Dec 4, 1886 – Feb 14, 1937). He said it was strange, with multiple angles, and without a good web presence. He kindly summarized the case for me in an email. I got curious and tried to find more articles in the public […]