Rhonda Annette Hinson (Dec. 13, 1962 – Dec 23, 1981)

In the early morning hours of Dec. 23, 1981, less than a mile from her North Carolina home, Rhonda Hinson (19) died from a single gunshot. She was the daughter of Bobby and Judy Hinson and sister to Robert. The bullet came from a high-powered rifle. It traveled through the trunk of her car, through […]

Update in the “Small Town” Murders

In my post “Missing in small towns” I wrote about women who disappeared and were later found murdered. The cases were from North Carolina and Louisiana. I am more than pleased to be able to update you now on the North Carolina cases: Investigators in North Carolina have reason to believe that Antwan Maurice Pittman […]

Cold Case of Lysandra Marie Turpin Solved!

The remains of  Lysandra Marie Turpin who went reported missing in 1988 have been found after a man who witnessed her murder as a teenager, contacted Northern California law enforcement, 22 years after the crime. In April of 1988, 27-year-old Lysandra Marie Turpin was reported missing in Humboldt County. She was never found and officials have […]

Do you know me?

Do you know me? Orange County (NC) authorities unveiled a three-dimensional facial reconstruction of a boy found dead near Mebane more than a decade ago. The sculpture was made by forensic artist Frank Bender who has worked with “America’s Most Wanted” and the FBI. The boy’s skeletal remains were found on Sept. 25, 1998, near the Buckhorn […]

Missing in small towns

Missing in small towns, this is a disturbing article in the New York Times. It described how in Jennings, Louisiana, young women have disappeared and were later found murdered. They were all raised by their extended family, lost stability in life, used drugs, worked as prostitutes, and they knew each other. Their bodies were too […]