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Doris Kain: No One Cares

On March 6, 1976, police in Fort Wayne, Indiana received a report of a missing person. The caller described themselves as Ronald Kain, age 35. Ronald stated that he had been unable to contact his mother, Doris Kain, 65, for more than two weeks. Investigators conducted a wellness check at 714 East Camden Drive, Fort… Continue reading Doris Kain: No One Cares

Anneliese Michel: Life, Nature, And More

The healthy baby girl Anneliese was born on September 21, 1952. Anneliese’s upbringing with her parents and three sisters was anything but simple. Her family was devoutly Catholic, toying with the more extreme tenets of the faith. For the Michel family, the Vatican II reforms were to be disregarded; there was no easy atonement for… Continue reading Anneliese Michel: Life, Nature, And More

John Battaglia: Dady Please No

Mary Jane Pearle left her girls with her estranged husband John Battaglia for a meal at the mall on May 2, 2001. However, he took them to his apartment in the Adam Hats Lofts, Deep Ellum, Dallas. From the apartment, Battaglia called Mary Jane. While she listened helplessly, he shot and killed their 6- and… Continue reading John Battaglia: Dady Please No

Jeremy Abbott: Murder Or Suicide?

When he went to see his mother on June 16, 2017, Jeremy was last seen alive. Later that evening, when Jeremy arrived home, he was supposed to text or contact his mother, Kim. He vanished from her life forever. Since Kim and Jeremy were close, she recognized the problem right away. She started hunting for… Continue reading Jeremy Abbott: Murder Or Suicide?

Patrick Lee Mullins: Who Can?

In Palmetto, Florida, Patrick Lee Mullins was a cherished librarian at Palmetto High School. Patrick was anticipating retirement at the time. Patrick was well-liked by both faculty and students. He frequently urged them to read, and he was reputed to cover the costs of the SAT and ACT for students who were in need of… Continue reading Patrick Lee Mullins: Who Can?

Danielle And Richard: World Of Nothing

At the time of their disappearance in 2005, Richard Petrone, age 35, resided in Pennsylvania and worked in his parent’s bakery. Danielle Imbo, 34, was the lead vocalist of a New Jersey rock band and worked from home for a mortgage company. Both were single parents at the time; Richard’s daughter was 14 and Danielle’s… Continue reading Danielle And Richard: World Of Nothing

Brittany Robinson: Dad Was Killer?

Brittany Robinson was born on January 27, 1998, to her parents Demetric Hooper and Tiana Hogue. She grew up in Mobile, Alabama, and attended advanced schools despite having asthma. Brittany’s parents divorced during her childhood, and she resided with Tiana. Demetric, her father, had struggled for years with substance abuse and schizophrenia. He had been… Continue reading Brittany Robinson: Dad Was Killer?

Meghan Marohn: Suspicious Death

Background: At Shaker High School in Latham, New York, 42-year-old Meghan Marohn was a popular and dedicated English teacher (a suburb of Albany). She was single and lived alone in Delmar, where she grew up, which is another suburb of Albany. Meghan possessed a variety of skills. She enjoyed playing the harp and piano in… Continue reading Meghan Marohn: Suspicious Death

Richard Lee Cody Haynes Jr.: Last Moment

Background The date of birth of Richard Lee ‘Cody’ Haynes Jr. is April 16, 1993. Cody resided in Kittitas, Washington with his father, Richard Lee Haynes Sr., four sisters, and Marla Jaye Harding, Richard’s girlfriend. CPS was dispatched to the residence twice, once in 2001 and again in 2002. This was probably by the children’s… Continue reading Richard Lee Cody Haynes Jr.: Last Moment

Vincent Vince Wesselmann: Missing Heart

Vincent “Vince” Wesselmann has a sincere heart of gold. He was raised by adoring parents and eleven siblings in southern Illinois where he was born in the 1930s. In the 1950s, Vince served in the US army and remained close to his family. Although Vince was a lifelong bachelor who never wed or had kids,… Continue reading Vincent Vince Wesselmann: Missing Heart