Tag: True Crime

The Disappearance of Carl J. Holland Jr.

EARLY LIFE: Carl J. Holland Jr. was born on September 30, 1959. Growing up, he was one of three siblings, which included a sister named Rhonda and a brother. According to Rhonda, Carl was a good brother who was always there for her whenever she needed his help. At the time of his disappearance, he was

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Sheridan County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On April 13, 1992, a local sheriff and workers from the State Highway Department came upon the decomposed body of a woman in a ditch along the southbound side of I-90. The body was located near mile marker 5, approximately five miles south of the border between Wyoming and Montana. AUTOPSY: Upon Jane Doe’s

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Review: The Forest City Killer – Vanessa Brown

This reviewer has read numerous true crime books, primarily non-fiction. Oftentimes, they can be filled with over-dramatizations or they try to sensationalize the events covered. Not only does this tend to take away from the book itself, but it makes light of the events and the crimes – often murders – that occurred. That’s something

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The Disappearances of Angela Westberry & Theresa Hickmon

DISAPPEARANCE: On December 1, 1984, Angela Westberry and Theresa Hickmon were seen with two Caucasian males leaving Jacksonville, Duval County, Florida. The four were aboard a 42′ or 46′ 1960 Richardson boat called the Sea Fever, which featured a white hull and twin cabins with a cockpit between them. The Sea Fever was last seen

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Compton Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On  September 13, 1975, a motorist driving in the 700 block of Artesia Boulevard on Compton, Los Angeles County, California noticed the nude body of an unidentified female near a curb on the side of the road. Immediately, he drove to a nearby business and notified the security guard on duty, who contacted the

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