Last chance: Robert Boulin

Robert Boulin

Last chance: Robert Boulin was either murdered in 1979 or he committed suicide. We might be able to find out a little more soon. Thanks to one of my readers I got the link to this article from Les Inrocks. It is in French but you can use the translate option. One quote: “2015 will be […]

The new IACHR report on the Highway of Tears

IACHR 2015 report

The new IACHR report on the Highway of Tears can be found here. It “is just one more reason for a national inquiry, said Prince George lawyer Mavis Erickson of the international body’s report. “It’s such a dismal picture, but I think that the Inter-American Commission has done a good job in bringing the issues […]

Update Albert Ray McQueen

Albert Ray McQueen's grave, courtesy of his family

Update Albert Ray McQueen was made possible after emails with his family. I quote: “Albert was missing for a year before his bones were found in 1980. Two siblings went up to the gorge and they are the ones who found his glasses and a piece of his vertebrae that the police missed. He was […]

The long-awaited review report of the Crewe Murders

Jeanette and Harvey Crewe

The long-awaited review report of the Crewe Murders can be found here but it may not hold the answers to all the issues that we discussed here on my blog. If you open the first link you will see the website with a short clip on the review. Below is the report in parts or […]

How to use the library to research cold cases

A stack of old files yellowing in an archive

How to use the library to research cold cases when you wish to help solve a cold case. That is a question I asked Jennifer Gibbons. Jennifer is exploring the case of Susanne Bombardier and generously offered to share with my readers how she uses public libraries for this project. ___________________________ Doing research on cold […]

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