What Really Happened to Kenneka Jenkins?

Kenneka Jenkins
Kenneka Jenkins

19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins was found dead in a hotel freezer in Rosemont, Illinois on September 10, 2017 after attending a party in one of the hotel rooms. Her death was ruled accidental but others disagree.

About the Case

Around 11:30 p.m. on September 8, 2017, 19-year-old Kenneka Jenkins left her west side Chicago home. She told her mother she was going to hang out with friends and go bowling. In reality, the teen was going to a party. read more

The 2011 Death of Justin Hepburn

Justin Hepburn
Credit: Southeast Missourian

In 2011, four-year-old, Justin Hepburn was found dead in his bedroom by his babysitter. His father’s girlfriend, Sacha Brown was charged with murder but acquitted in 2014, partially from a weak investigation into Justin’s death.

About the Case

Justin Hepburn resided with his father, Chris Hepburn and Hepburn’s girlfriend, Sacha Brown in Ware, Illinois, a tiny town located east of the Mississippi River. Hepburn and Brown had been together for about a year. Justin’s mother, Kandi Mullins had not seen her son in over a year. read more

Susan Winters: Suicide or murder? Police and family say murder

Susan Winters
Credit: Las Vegas Review-Journal

Lawyer and part-time judge, Susan Winters was found dead from a combination of ethylene glycol poisoning and oxycodone intoxication in 2015. Her death was initially ruled a suicide but later changed to undetermined. In 2017, her husband, psychologist Brent Dennis was arrested for murder.

About the Case

At 6:48 a.m. on January 3, 2015, psychologist Brent Dennis of Las Vegas called 911 after finding his wife, Susan Winters, 48, unresponsive in bed. Susan was still alive when paramedics arrived. She was rushed to the hospital. Susan died at 2:26 p.m. after Dennis instructed doctors to take his wife off life support. read more

Jamison Family Mystery: what happened to family of three?

One of the most intriguing cases out there, the mystery of what happened to the Jamison family brings out the amateur sleuth in all of us. In October 2009, the Jamisons РBobby, Sherilyn, and their six-year-old daughter, Madyson- disappeared from Eufaula, Oklahoma after heading out to remote territory in the Red Oak Mountain area with the hope of buying some land. They never returned home. Four years later in November 2013, their bodies were found, but their fate remains unknown. read more

Greg Hart Death: What are friends and Providence Police hiding?

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! ūüėÄ Anything I can do to help this family, even if it’s just getting the case more exposure, I am going to do it! read more

Tammy Lynds: Teen’s 1994 Death Still a Mystery

Tammy Marie Lynds disappeared from her home on July 21, 1994. Her body was found almost four months later. Cause of death could not be determined due to decomposition.

About the Case

Tammy Marie Lynds
Photo credit: Hell’s Acres.

On the night of July 21, 1994, 15-year-old Tammy Marie Lynds seemed nervous and afraid. She planned on sneaking out of her house to go see a friend or possible boyfriend, and informed her 10-year-old sister, Allison, she was dreading the encounter. read more

What Happened to Patricia Viola?

The case of Patricia Viola was suggested to me by a reader of this blog. Thank you, Ted!

Patricia Viola vanished from her home on February, 13, 2001. A body was found in 2002, later confirmed to be Patricia. However, no one has been arrested and the case remains unsolved.

About the Case

patricia-violaOn February 13, 2001, 42-year-old Patricia Viola left her Bogota, New Jersey home around 8:30 a.m. to¬†volunteer at her son’s school library. Before she left, Patricia¬†set the house alarm. She arrived at the school where she spent three hours volunteering. read more