The Unreported Missing or Long-Time Unidentified I have used up a very high percentage of my web browsing looking up missing persons cases for the past 10 years. It's just intriguing to wonder what happened to these people. Did they fall off the edge of the earth? Did they accidentally wander into another dimension? Did … Continue reading Missing and/or Unidentified: the Circumstances that Make you Wonder
The Children who Literally Went Up in Smoke the Sodder Children (Fayetteville, West Virginia) Details of Disappearances 5 children go missing from their home on Christmas Eve in 1945. The missing children were (in order of the picture) 14 year old Maurice, 12 year old Martha, 10 year old Louis, 8 year old Jennie, and 6 year … Continue reading Into the Abyss #2: The Children who Literally Went Up in Smoke
Where are you Asha? I've talked about Asha's case before. For those of you who aren't familar with her case: On Valentine's day, February 14, 2000- Asha went missing from Shelby, North Carolina, which was coincidentally the same day as her parent's anniversary. around 2:30 am- her Dad last saw her in bed, and around the same time her brother … Continue reading Into the Abyss #1: My Theories to What Happened to Asha Degree
Let me start off by saying how bad-ass Emily Dickinson truly is. She was a rebel for her time-period, and harbored nonconformist views for what was expected to be normal (what's normal, anyways?) for woman of that time. You know, the cookie cutter, doormat, submissive, housewife mold. Dickinson wasn't going to have it! She don't need … Continue reading My Personal Opinions on why Emily Dickinson is a Badass!
When I was about nine years old, me and my dad walked into a shop downtown. I don't quite remember where but I do remember they served food there. They had missing person's posters on the gumball machines near the register. I just remember how puzzling it was for me, because the girl I saw … Continue reading What Sparked My Interest in Missing Persons
Defunct and abandoned by the sidewalk downtown, there is a payphone, which is obviously antiquated in this age of mobile phones. It sits there, and hasn't been touched in ages. Left to wither away, it’s phone is no longer attached, which is either lost or stolen. This is what technology once was, a mere tool, … Continue reading Our Dependency on Technology in Today’s Society