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 […]

New York City Missing Persons Day

The Office of Chief Medical Examiner is hosting the New York City Missing Persons Day this Saturday May 20 to support families and friends of missing persons. More than 13,000 people were reported missing in New York City last year, with many, including at least 200 children, missing long-term. Nationwide, there are more than 87,000 active missing persons cases, […]

Virginia Missing Persons Day 2017

The Virginia General Assembly has declared April 29 “Missing Persons Day.” To quote from the House Joint Resolution No. 612: “according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s National Crime Information Center, in 2015, there were 84,961 active missing persons cases, 42,032 of which were related to juveniles under the age of 21; and the total number […]

Missing: Elizabeth Ann Pfeifer

Elizabeth Ann Pfeifer went missing today in 1986. Her case is still unsolved. She was last seen in Katy, Texas, April 12, 1986. She lived with her parents and sister. Elizabeth left home in the early evening to go to a party with five friends in the northern part of town. At the party, she […]

Missing: Quinn Renard Woodfolk

Quinn Renard Woodfolk (July 23, 1986 – missing July 4, 1998) was just a few days shy of his 12th birthday when he disappeared from Charlottesville, Virginia. His nickname was “Lil Quinn.” Quinn Renard Woodfolk has black hair and brown eyes. He has a scar near his right eye. Some websites state that he has a scar […]

RIP Robert Kovack

DNA tests on human remains found near the New River Gorge Bridge in West Virginia confirmed that the remains belonged to Robert Leroy Kovack (24). Robert Kovack went missing on September 19, 1998. Kovack had started his second year in the graduate architecture program at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia. He was leaving Blacksburg on Friday evening to go home […]