14-year-old UK teen, Andrew Gosden took a train from Doncaster to London unaccompanied by an adult, and disappeared after exiting King’s Cross Station in September 2007. He has not been seen since.
About the Case
On the morning of September 14, 2007, 14-year-old Andrew Gosden put on his school uniform and headed out the door for school. He returned home a short time later after his parents went to work, changed out of his school clothes and into a black band T-shirt and jeans. He left home again at around 8:30 a.m. and was seen walking down Littlemoor Lane in Balby, Doncaster, England.
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15-year-old Melanie Nadia Ethier disappeared on September 29, 1996 after leaving a friend’s house to walk home. She has not been seen since.
About the Case
In 1996, Melanie Nadia Ethier, 15, resided in New Liskeard, Ontario with her mother and five-year-old sister. On the night of Saturday, September 28th, Melanie left her residence around 10:00 p.m. to go watch movies at a friend’s house on Pine Street East, a few blocks away. She left the friend’s residence around 2:00 a.m. to walk back home. The walk should have taken her only about 10 minutes, but Melanie never made it home and has not been seen since.
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Physical and sexual abuse against children is a heartbreaking reality worldwide. In the United States alone, 1,850 children die each year from some form of child abuse. Many factors contribute to child abuse, including poverty, alcohol, and drugs. While all child abuse is horrific, the particular cases listed here caused major shock and outrage throughout their communities and the world after the children brutally died at the hands of those who were supposed to love and protect them.
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I just wanted to give you a heads up (because people are wondering) about the next blog post and the changes I mentioned in a previous post.
I will actually have two new blog posts coming this weekend – one is my first list post and the other is a regular blog post on a missing person. I have wanted to write my own crime list posts for some time now, so I decided to just go for it. I hope you enjoy them!
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I’m back and enjoyed my much-needed and well-deserved break! It’s amazing what a break can do! F**k the haters. Quite frankly, it’s rare that I get them. So when I do get them and get them all at once, it slightly pisses me off. 😀 However, the power is in my hands, and I will use it.
I just wanted to take some time to let you know there will be some changes to TrueCrimeDiva.com over the next few months.
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Just wanted to give you a heads up that I am taking a week off from blogging and approving comments, as well as Twitter.
I need a break. The last post I wrote on Kenneka Jenkins (post has since been taken down) caused quite a stir, and the trolls came out. I deleted all the nasty comments towards me and the article so you were never able to view them. But it just wore me out and pissed me off, so I became Negative Nancy BIG time.
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In September 1985, the nearly naked body of 16-year-old Kimberly Simon was found by police along Mohawk River in Whitesboro, New York. The teen had been beaten, raped, and strangled to death. Police arrested 19-year-old Steven Barnes who spent nearly 20 years in prison for her murder until DNA proved his innocence. He was released from prison in 2008 and exonerated of all charges in early 2009. The real killer (or killers) remains free.
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