Nov 24, 2009 – Nov 24, 2013; my fourth blogoversary!

Four years, another blogoversary. A lot has changed. In the beginning, I wanted to be sure that people were reading the cold case stories without being distracted by “the blogger” e.g. me. My intention from day one was to give ALL attention to the victims hence the pen name “Vidocq” that I used in the first […]

Unsolved but not forgotten

Unsolved but not forgotten, the Post Crescent shows us what can still be done to make sure that unsolved homicides are not forgotten. I came by this article through the Twitter account of John Ferak.  John has a long history in researching criminal cases. Just check his blog on the Murdock Murders. Gannett Wisconsin Media is […]

We are not there yet, not all of us!

We are not there yet, not all of us! We have seen some real progress lately in unsolved homicides. Some of our missing have been found, trials in decade old cold cases are ongoing, and forensic science is facilitating the progress that law enforcement is making in solving cold cases. The more we read about this […]

Update Brenda Martinez

Update Brenda Martinez. Kathleen Ryan has started blogging about the Brenda Martinez case. Her first post is here. Brenda was only 23 years old when she disappeared around Christmas, 1988, in Flint, Michigan. Her snow covered body was discovered on January 5, 1989. The cause of death was not revealed, but authorities have labelled her case a homicide. […]