Remembering Harry “Buddy” Browe, Jr

The family of  Harry “Buddy” Browe, Jr. contacted me. To be precise, Tina, the daughter of Louise who is Harry’s youngest sister, emailed me. She told me that the family has tried for years to get attention for this case. They contacted radio and TV shows but everyone told them that they already have enough […]

Where is Harry Browe, Jr?

The Harry Browe, Jr case is a mystery. It is an old Michigan missing person case from the 30s. What do we know? On September 5, 1936, around 430pm, brothers Charles (9) and Edward (7) Browe left from home to visit Clark Park (Detroit) with their baby brother Harry in his stroller. At that time […]

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: Victoria Collins

Case of the Month: Victoria Collins (May 17, 1970 – Aug 6, 1996). This case needs more media attention as Jasmine Collins still wonders what happened to her mom and why. There isn’t much online about Victoria’s murder but that doesn’t mean that we cannot do anything at all. We can make sure that Victoria’s case […]

Case of the Month: Brenda Lee Harvey Martinez

Case of the Month: Brenda Martinez, who also used her maiden name Harvey, was only 23 years old when she disappeared on Dec. 22, 1988, in Flint, Michigan. She had just lost her own mother and the family was grieving. According to the papers, Brenda said that she was going to use a pay phone at Fenton and […]

Still unsolved: Tamara Greene

Still unsolved: Tamara Greene was shot to death in a drive-by shooting back in 2003. She was an exotic dancer that was believed to be at a rumored – but never proven – party at the Manoogian Mansion when Kwame Kilpatrick  was Mayor of Detroit. In April 2013 a federal appeals court ruled to uphold a […]

Unsolved but not forgotten

Unsolved but not forgotten, the Post Crescent shows us what can still be done to make sure that unsolved homicides are not forgotten. I came by this article through the Twitter account of John Ferak.  John has a long history in researching criminal cases. Just check his blog on the Murdock Murders. Gannett Wisconsin Media is […]