The 1984 Bennett Family Murder


Bruce Bennett, 27, his wife, Debra, 26, and their two children, Melissa, 7, and Vanessa, 3, resided in a quiet neighborhood in Aurora, Colorado in 1984. Bruce worked at a family-owned furniture store, and was also trained as an air traffic controller. The family led a quiet, normal life in this small Denver suburb.

But that all changed in one night. read more

Missing Child: Sherry Lynn Marler from Alabama 1984

Greenville City Hall Park

Greenville, Alabama is a typical small southern town with southern charm. Known as the “Camellia City”, it lies between Montgomery and Mobile, along the area of Interstate 65 known as the “Lost Highway” in honor of Country Singer Hank Williams, Sr. It is home to approximately 8,000 residents, and probably one of the last places you would ever expect a crime to take place. read more

Who Killed Christine Jessop in 1984?

On October 3, 1984, nine-year-old Christine Jessop walked off her school bus in Queensville, Ontario, Canada at around 3:50 p.m. She stopped to get the mail before heading into her home. The house was empty. Her dad was at work and her mother was running errands. Between 4:00 and 4:30 p.m, Christine was seen walking to a nearby grocery store to buy bubble gum. This was the last sighting of Christine alive. read more