Missing Person of the Week: Katie Dell Kemp

Each week True Crime Diva highlights a missing persons case that has little or no information available regarding the circumstances of disappearance.  

Katie Dell Kemp
Photo credit: The Charley Project

72-year-old Katie Dell Kemp was last seen on April 26, 1990, at 2168 Telhurst Street, Atlanta, Georgia. Katie suffered from Alzheimer’s Disease and other medical conditions – all of which required medication. There is very little information on this case so it is unclear who the last person was who saw Katie. read more

Cheryl Henry and Andy Atkinson: Lover’s Lane murders still unsolved almost 27 years later

Known as the “Lover’s Lane Murders”, the brutal killing of 22-year-old Cheryl Henry and her date, 21-year-old Andy Atkinson in August 1990 shocked the Houston, Texas area and is considered one of Houston’s most brutal slayings. Their murders remain unsolved today.

About the Case

Lover's Lane Murders

On August 22, 1990, Cheryl Henry went on a double date with her sister, Shane, to Bayou Mama’s club. The two couples parted ways around 11:00 p.m.  Cheryl and her date, Andy Atkinson, headed up to Lover’s Lane in West Houston; a common spot for young couples who wanted some privacy. The area at the time was undeveloped and became the future site of an industrial park. read more

Kacey Ann Perry: 10-year-old disappeared in 1990

Kacey Ann Perry disappeared from Portland, Oregon on September 14, 1990. She has not been seen since.

About the Case

Kacey Ann PerryOn September 14, 1990, 10-year-old Kacey Ann Perry was visiting her father in Portland, Oregon. Kacey’s mother and father never married and their relationship did not last long. Her mother had legal custody of her.

At some point that night, the two got into a heated argument over Kacey living with her father. He told Kacey she must live with him instead of her mother or she would not be allowed to visit him anymore. He believed her mother was not taking proper care of Kacey. read more

Robin Abrams: Missing since 1990

My loyal readers know how I feel about police/government cover-ups. I hate them. And when those said cover-ups involve the disappearance or murder of INNOCENT people, my blood boils. Because if you can’t “serve and protect”, then GTFO!

When I get the chance to write about these type of cases, I jump at it.  Why? Because they are absolutely ridiculous. This next case is a perfect example of a police cover-up.  read more

Andrea D’Anne Durham: Missing from Florida Since 1990

There is not a lot of info on this case, so that is one of the reasons I put it on here – to have more attention brought to it.

durham_andrea3On February 1, 1990, 13-year-old Andrea Durham disappeared from her home at Royale Apartments in Fort Walton Beach, Florida. The apartment complex was located at the corner of Colonial Drive and Mayflower Avenue. Andrea shared the apartment with her mother, Roseanne Sterling and her older sister, Ashyea Durham. read more

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 case of missing twins ever, which make this one a bit unique. read more

Toni Danielle Clark: Missing from California Since 1990

toniclarkOn March 16, 1990, 17-year-old Toni Danielle Clark left Oakland, CA and headed to her home in San Bruno, CA after visiting friends and family. Before she left, the Chevy Camaro she borrowed from her boyfriend kept stalling. After several failed attempts, the car finally started, and Toni began the drive home.

Shortly after leaving Oakland, the car stalled again on the Bay Bridge. Some witnesses recalled seeing a black male under the hood of the vehicle and others saw a man walk away. read more