Unsolved: Thomas Wayne Grant

Having a loved one taken from you in a violent way and never knowing why is shattering. That is what Thomas Wayne Grant’ sisters Jane and Pam are going through. There is nothing online and nobody was held accountable. Jane and Pam remember that their brother worked part-time in the Legal Aid Society’s juvenile division and volunteered […]

Who killed Tiffany Robin Stubbs?

Introduction Tiffany Robin Stubbs (April 21, 1986 – May 27, 1988) had just turned two when she died. She was the daughter of Dwayne & Edna (Nash) Stubbs. She had a four-year-old brother. This post is a work in progress. There are many gaps and I am still gathering information. However, a two-year-old died and […]

Norma Diane Cramer (1946 – 1968)

On July 2, 1968, Norma Diane Cramer traveled from her home in Elyria (Ohio) to see her old boyfriend Mark Varasso in Portage (Indiana). Norma’s remains were found on August 17, 1968. She left behind a little girl, Mary. This is the Case of the Month for May 2018. The call for modern technology This […]

Missing: Jennifer Lynn Wyant

Jennifer Lynn Wyant was last seen on June 28, 1980. There isn’t much online about Jennifer that gives us a clear timeline of her case, her family life with parents and/or siblings, her work, career, education, sports, etc. This makes it extremely difficult to write a post. Case of the Month I hope that by […]

Mary Flanagan (June 9, 1943 – missing Dec 31, 1959)

The case of Mary Flanagan is probably the oldest missing person case in the United Kingdom. There is very little online about this case. That’s why I made this the Case of the Month for March 2018. Let’s start with a description of Mary. She is 5 feet 2 inches tall, white, medium build, hazel brown eyes, […]

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, […]

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 […]

Charges in Suzanne Bombardier murder

Mitchell Lynn Bacom (63) will be charged with murdering Suzanne Bombardier, according to county prosecutors. He was arrested Friday at his Antioch home without incident, police said. Bacom, a longtime suspect in this case, is held on charges of murder, kidnapping, rape and oral copulation. Suzanne’s slaying was the oldest open homicide cold case on […]