Pulaski County Jane Doe

WARNING: autopsy photography below! This Pulaski County Jane Doe was found at 847am on May 25, 1981 near Dixon, in Pulaski County, Missouri. She was near Hwy MM at the low water crossing. She had been dead for about four to five hours. Her case appeared in the NamUs database on May 02, 2012 with […]

NamUs: underutilized. Why?

“NamUs is one of the most underutilized tools, not just from law enforcement, but also from the public,” said retired NYPD Det. Joseph Giacalone, a former cold case investigator. “It’s one of the greatest tools that can be used to solve some of these cases, but no one knows about it.” Joseph Giacalone is no stranger […]

Orange County Jane Doe

Warning: there are two graphic images below! The Orange County authorities (California) are asking for the public’s help with their oldest cold case. It is a Jane Doe. General information This woman was found on March 14, 1968. She was beaten and sexually assaulted. Her killer slashed her throat with a sharp cutting instrument that caused her death. […]

Do you recognize this child?

The FBI and other law enforcement agencies need your help to identify this child. Her skeletal remains were found on January 28, 2012 at a trailer park on Hurst Street, Opelika, Lee County, Alabama. The authorities think that she was between 4-7 years old. Please take a look to see if you recognize this child. This little girl probably […]

Don’t blame her, help her!

Don’t blame her, help her! There are a few things that can get me mad fast. One is people saying “I cannot think of them as a victim.” I am talking about victims of crime who are not regarded as “completely innocent” by the public. As a result, their cases get less attention as the victims are […]

Do you know these five women?

Do you know these five women? Because if you do, the authorities can use your help. In my last book review “Unearthing a Serial Killer” we learned that Alex Mengel had photography in his possession from these five women. He also had a Pennsylvania tourism map with marks on it (see below). The authors, David […]

Recap #cclivechat Aug 10, 2012

Today’s #cclivechat centered on the tragic case of Fredericka Mary. Joe McGinty described the case: “In the early morning hours of Mother’s Day, May 11, 1986, a man in Needham, Massachusetts would make a disturbing discovery inside of a trash barrel as he searched for recyclable bottles at Claxton Field, a local playground in the […]