Covered-Up Murder: Justice For Sandra Bland


WARNING: FOUL LANGUAGE. I’m pissed so there is going to be cussing involved. Just thought I’d warn ya ahead of time. ūüėČ I normally don’t write posts about current events or cases. But this one has gotten me all riled up! I am so angry for the OBVIOUS murder of a promising young, BEAUTIFUL woman. […]

Kathleen Flynn: 11-Year-Old Murdered in Connecticut in 1986


In September of 1986, The Oprah Winfrey Show began broadcasting all across the United states. Top Gun, Stand By Me, and Crocodile Dundee topped the box office chart,¬†while the love song from Top Gun, “Take My Breath Away” made number one on the Billboard list. Beloved shows like Cheers and Golden Girls were making us […]

Georgia Twins Missing Since 1990


A child goes missing every single day and it’s heartbreaking for that child’s friends and family. Well, imagine two of your children go missing and those two children are twins. Such is the case for the family of¬†missing Georgia twins, Dannette and Jeanette Millbrooks¬†who disappeared in broad daylight. I’m not sure I’ve come across a […]

Amy Mihaljevic: Murdered in 1989; Still Unsolved


Early in the week of ¬†October 27, 1989, 10-year-old Amy Mihaljevic of Bay Village, OH received a phone call from a man claiming he knew her mother, Margaret. The man said he wanted to buy¬†her mother a gift for her promotion at work and needed Amy’s¬†help in picking something out. He explained to her that […]

The 1997 Murder of English School Girl Billie-Jo Jenkins


In 1997, Billie-Jo Jenkins resided¬†with her foster family in Hastings, England, a coastal town about 1.5 hours southeast of London. Her biological parents could not raise her properly as her father¬†was in prison and her mother was a heavy drinker. So, in 1992, Billie-Jo was sent to live with the Jenkins family (no relation). Billie-Jo […]

Mary Agnes Moroney: Missing for 87 Years


This is a very old case, dating back to 1930. I normally do not write about cases that old, but this one has always intrigued me. It’s sad that her family never found her. On May 14, 1930, ¬†a young Chicago mother named Catherine Moroney received a strange visit from a woman calling herself Julia […]

Took a month-long break

But I will be writing again soon. I stepped away for personal reasons but am now ready to get back to this blog. Sometimes, I just need a break, so don’t be surprised if you see my absence again. Writing about what I write about is depressing and can really mess with my emotions. Stepping […]

The 1991 Yogurt Shop Murders


If there is one thing I despise, it’s a horrific murder that never gets solved, especially one involving children. Such is the case of the 1991 Austin Yogurt Shop murders. Four teenage girls raped and murdered, and their killers walk free to this day. I actually remember this happening, although I lived several states away. […]

Going Back to the Old Way


I’ve decided to go back to writing the way I used to in this blog. Meaning, I will write about the case, then give my opinion (not all the time) at the end of the post, and being brutally honest when needed. It’s ridiculous to write two separate posts – one on the case, and […]

Update on Blog


I just wanted to let you know that I am back to writing this week and through the upcoming weekend. I said that last week but then I got sick for several days, so I decided to wait on the writing. I also have not¬†started the book I am going to review. I plan on […]