National Missing Children’s Day

May 25th is National Missing Children’s Day in the USA. This year, we are raising awareness for the missing children by rocking one sock on social media. The idea is simple: during the month of May, the National Center for the Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) is asking everyone to wear one sock, take a “footsie” […]

What happened to Woodrow Rae Harr?

What happened to Woodrow Rae Harr? That’s what his best friends from high school would like to know. On February 25, 1982, Woodrow “Woody” Rae Harr (April 7, 1964 – February 25, 1982) was found dead in a shallow pond near Newport News, Virginia. He was just 17 years old. I have tried to find […]

The murder of Anne L. Barber Dunlap

The murder of Anne L. Barber Dunlap is hard to research. Many details online have been deleted, links to newspaper articles are broken, and the rest is repetitive. In this post I will try to sum up what I found in the public domain (see resources below). Anne was born on June 12, 1964. Her […]

Case of the Month: Iwona Mogila-Lisowska

Case of the Month: Iwona Mogila-Lisowska hardly has a web presence and if there is any information, it is in Polish. I found an October 2015 article in Polish in which her father Adam Puzio was interviewed. I used Google translate. It gave me the gist of the article but some details were not well translated. […]

The cold case of Theresa M. Corley

The cold case of Theresa M. Corley (June 1, 1959 – Dec 4, 1978) needs another review. With new technology such as the M-Vac which has proven crucial in solving cold cases, we should check several items for touch DNA. Theresa (19) was enrolled at Holliston Junior College (this school closed in 1989) and had a […]