Greg Hart was found dead in 2010 from what has been ruled a drowning. However, his family believes he was murdered. The last place Greg was seen at was a bar owned by Providence, Rhode Island police officers.
I realize readers may be getting sick of my posts on victims near bodies of water lol. However, this one piqued my interest because of possible police involvement, which you should know by now, I absolutely hate. So, you betcha, it’s going on this blog! 😀 Anything I can do to help this family, even if it’s just getting the case more exposure, I am going to do it!
30-year-old schoolteacher and former beauty queen, Tara Grinstead, vanished without a trace on October 22, 2005. Despite national news coverage, a massive search and thorough investigation, she has never been found.
About the Case
On October 22, 2005, Tara attended a local beauty pageant a few miles from her home in Ocilla, Georgia. Later that night, she attended a cookout for a former county school superintendent’s family and went home around 11:00 p.m.
This is a requested case I received via email. Normally, I do not write about a case that has been discussed numerous times elsewhere. But, I am making an exception this time. This case was one of the first cases featured on Investigation Discovery’s show, Disappeared.
Maura Murray disappeared in 2004 after her black Saturn sedan crashed along Route 112 near Haverhill, New Hampshire. She has never been found.
Brian Randall Shaffer, 27, disappeared on a night out with friends at a local bar in 2006. He has not been seen since.
About the Case
Brian Randall Shaffer, 27, was a second-year medical student at Ohio State University (OSU) in April 2006. In the early morning hours of April 1st, Brian attended the Ugly Tuna Saloona, a bar near OSU in Columbus, with a a couple of friends to celebrate the beginning of spring break. He and his girlfriend, Alexis Waggoner, who was not with him that night, were set to get on a plane for Florida on April 3rd to finish out the break. Brian was going to propose to Alexis on their trip.
I was asked by a family member of the victim to write about this case. This is a New Mexico case and if you are familiar with my blog, you know I have written several cases involving murder and police corruption in that state. This may be one of them, so I am extremely happy to get exposure to this case for the family.
Update 01/22/17: Please note corrections made to this article at the end of “About the Case”.
19-year-old University of Missouri Kansas City (UMKC) student Jesse Ross disappeared from Chicago while at a mock United Nations conference. He has never been found.
About the Case
In November 2006, Jesse traveled to Chicago for a United Nations Conference at the Sheraton Inn Office and Towers. On November 20th, he phoned his parents and said he was having a blast. Everything was good.