Missing: Edward Lee Foreman

Edward Lee Foreman (Nov 26, 1961 – missing March 7, 2015) was born in Henryetta, Oklahoma, to Carl and Rinda Smith Foreman. He is missing and presumed dead. His case is in NamUs. From NamUs, I have the following details: Edward had black greying hair, a mustache, and a goatee. His eyes were hazel brown. […]

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, […]

Missing: Eugene “Gene” Francis 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 has a crippled finger on the left hand. Alas, his NamUs profile does not say […]

Who stole April Nicole Williams?

Last night, my friend JL alerted me to a post about April Nicole Williams who went missing in 1983. Of course, I shared the story. So far April has not been found. We have a baby picture and an age-progressed image of what she might look like now as an adult. The better guess for […]

Dennise Jeannette Sullivan

Dennise Jeannette Sullivan’s is one of Utah’s oldest missing person cases. Dennise was 15 years old when she went missing under very violent circumstances. The general opinion is that she is presumed dead. This is the Case of the Month for December 2017. Note: I have seen her name spelled as Dennise and as Denise. […]

The Long Term Missing by Silvia Pettem

This book is critical for all who wishes to research missing people cases. When a person is missing for more than three months, that case is usually considered long-term. But when exactly is someone missing? Read this: “There are a variety of different circumstances which fit that description. A missing person may be a victim […]

Missing: Loy Gillespie Evitts

Loy Gillespie Evitts (Dec 12, 1947 – missing Feb 28, 1977) disappeared more than 40 years ago. She was 29 years old. Introduction The Kansas City Police Department (MO) think that someone abducted Loy. This is their longest unsolved missing person’s case. There are no new leads. They have suspended the case until they receive new […]