The Springfield Three Missing Persons Case Abduction:  47 Y/0 Sherrill Levitt; 19 y/o (daughter of Levitt) Suzie Streeter; 18 y/o (friend of Streeter) Stacy McCall Crime scene contaminated by friends and family No suspects Multiple persons of interests Date of Abduction: June 7, 1992 Location: 1717 E. Delmar Street, Springfield, MO Time of Abductions: 300am-800AM …

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It seems highly unusual in the case of the disappearance of Patti Adkins in July 2001 where a prosecutor would be unable to take this case to a Grand Jury, show probable cause to indict the Primary Suspect and proceed to bring charges against the Primary Suspect and move to trial.    Defendants are convicted …

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Part 1: Ali Lowitzer Missing Person’s Case: Ali Lowitzer was 16-years-old when she disappeared. By all accounts, it was a typical day. Lowitzer went to school that morning. After school she boarded a school bus as do hundreds of thousands of school kids do during the school year. The bus stop was three houses away …

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When someone goes missing, in most cases, no matter the victim, no matter their age or gender, there seems to be more questions than answers.  Even as technology has advanced over the last 20 years from DNA to cell phone usage being used as tools to aid in investigations, thousands of cases are still unsolved. …

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I have been writing for as long as I can remember. My first job wasn’t in fast food, but at a newspaper when I was 14 years old. I had an editor, and he was grouchy. I didn’t get paid much, but I loved it. It wasn’t until my late 20’s I began writing fiction. …

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John Lennon once wrote: “Life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans”… It is a profound statement, but then again, because we are in fact always busy making other plans, we’re most likely too busy to remember that quote until we have the time to sit back and relax and reflect. Perhaps then …

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New Orleans, the Big Easy…Bourbon Street, hedonistic, fusty, beautiful. I chose this city as the setting (for most of it anyway) because it’s a place I’m familiar with, a city I fell in love with the first time I visited in 1994 and would go back to many times over the last 25 years. And …

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Artist Reconstruction of the Walker County Jane DoeWalker County Texas Jane Doe Homicide and Unidentified Person’s CaseNovember 1, 1980 Huntsville, Walker County, Texas By Chad M. Ard Over the years I have reviewed many homicides, and missing persons, and unidentified person’s cases, and each one is perplexing and unfathomable. They all have plot twists, and …

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