Remembering the Frog Boys

They are known as the Frog Boys and theirs is the Case of the Month for March, 2017. U Cheol-won (13), Jo Ho-yeon (12), Kim Yeong-gyu (11), Park Chan-in (10), and Kim Jong-sik (9) went to catch frogs near Mount Waryong, South Korea, on March 26, 1991. It was a national holiday so they didn’t […]

Case of the Month: Doni Grindstaff

Expanding the reach of cold cases is the title of a chapter dedicated to Doni Grindstaff. I wrote it for the book “Solving the Unsolved.” The book was released by the American Investigative Society Of Cold Cases (AISOCC). I am posting part of the text here by request of Doni’s family and readers. __ If you […]

Frances Blanche Hayes Groves

Frances Blanche Hayes Groves’ (April 20, 1915 – 1954) is a missing person’s case from 1954. There is nothing online that explains the entire case let alone the police investigation. The resources that I have used are below. UPDATE: I have been in touch with Frances’ family and some alert readers and will be adding new […]

Case of the Month: Theresa Marcelina Ramirez

Theresa Marcelina Ramirez (Oct 8, 1958 – Dec 4, 1993) features as Case of the Month for July. She was found murdered in a burning field around 840am on December 4, 1993 in Roswell, New Mexico. Theresa has no web presence. Lucky for me, her family saved a newspaper clipping (see below). The picture isn’t […]

Case of the Month: Ruby Grace Byron

Case of the Month: Ruby Grace Byron (May 26, 1902 – Jan 25, 1976) was found murdered in her house that was set on fire. The fire department found her on the floor near the front door. There were blood smears on the door frame. Mrs. Byron(73) had distinctive blows to her head just above the right […]

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. […]