David Vernon Lovely: Disappeared in Wyoming in 1985

19-year-old David Vernon Lovely disappeared in Wyoming while traveling cross-country with his family in 1985. He has never been found.

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David Lovely
Photo credit: Casper Star Tribune

In August 1985, David Lovely, 19, was traveling from California to Massachusetts on a cross-county move with his mother, Jackie Aubut, and his 18-year-old sister, Alison Lovely. Alison and Jackie were driving the yellow Ryder truck, and David was riding his motorcycle. Jackie and Alison checked on David every 30 miles.

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Maura Murray: Missing from Massachusetts since 2004

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 MurrayMaura Murray disappeared in 2004 after her black Saturn sedan crashed along Route 112 near Haverhill, New Hampshire. She has never been found.

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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.

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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.

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Gail Miles: Who killed the 61-year-old retired police officer?

Gail Miles
Photo credit: WBUR

Gail Miles, 61, was a retired Watertown, Massachusetts police officer, having worked for the department from 1984 until her retirement in 2004. When she was hired, Gail was the first black police officer and only the second female officer at Watertown Police Department (WPD).

Throughout her 20 years of service, Gail endured severe sexual harassment and racism by male officers in the department. Gail documented all of it in personal journals, and even sued the police department in 2000.

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