Ontario’s AG: no independent Caughlin review

Ontario’s Attorney General: no independent review for Karen Caughlin. Her case has been cold for 38 years. From the PetroliaTopic.com: ” Caughlin’s sister Kathy recently wrote to Ontario’s Attorney General, on the advice of the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime. Officials at the centre said the attorney general could investigate if there was evidence […]

The 1985 cold case of Lisa Cay Kroeyr

Lisa Cay Kroeyr (22) from Saginaw, Michigan, was found drowned, partially clothed, and her hands were bound before she died. Two divers from the Saginaw Area Water Rescue and Recovery Team pulled Lisa’s body from the river. She was floating face-down about 100 feet south of the bridge. Lisa was dressed from the waist up in […]

Independent review in Karen Caughlin case

The Caughlin family is calling for an independent external review of the 1974 case of their daughter and little sister Karen Caughlin. “It’s been 37 years, and it’s time,” said Caughlin, who will hold a press conference in Sarnia next week to discuss and seek public support for the review. “This is not going to be […]

Follow-up #VI Karen Caughlin

Continuing the posts in the cold case of Karen Caughlin: Guest post by Miriam Said and Stephanie Saunders with Alice de Sturler ________________________________________ We have some new details in the 1974 Canadian cold case of Karen Caughlin. Karen was NOT wearing saucer earrings but hoops. I think that we described them in an earlier post […]

Follow-up #V Karen Caughlin

We still need to find out in what condition Karen Caughlin’s clothes were found and whether the paint chips were on the back or the front of her bomber jacket. We did find that there was blood and a tire impression on Karen’s coat. We do not know as of yet whether the collected DNA […]

A message from the Caughlin Family

The Caughlin family has been very cooperative and courageously opened up the lines of communication with me. I have alerted them to every post and and every comment and they have read everything. This message was sent to me and is for all who work on the case, for all DCC readers, and especially for […]

The 1974 cold case of Karen Caughlin

The 1974 murder of Karen Caughlin By Miriam Said with Alice de Sturler Introduction Sarnia, Canada: a quiet border city on the Canadian side of the Blue Water Bridge linking Sarnia’s neighbouring village of Point Edward to the city of Port Huron, Michigan in the United States of America. Here, thirty-seven year ago, Karen Caughlin […]

Gregory McRoberts: hit-and-run victim

On Dec 12, 1991, Gregory McRoberts (24) was struck while riding his bicycle around 7 pm. He was near his home at 1862 S. Meridian in Lee Township (Michigan) according to Sheriff Jerry Nielsen. There is an article about this heartbreaking case on mlive.com and I highly recommend reading it. Greg was reported missing on December 16, […]