Tag: True Crime

The Disappearance of Stephanie Crane

EARLY LIFE: Stephanie Crane was born on September 28, 1984 to parents Sandi and Ben Crane. The eldest of four children, she and her family lived in the scenic mountain town of Challis, Idaho. Growing up, Stephanie’s mother stayed at home, while her father worked in the mineral mines and did taxidermy. Stephanie was especially

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The Murder of Skylar Neese

EARLY LIFE: Skylar Neese was born on February 10, 1996. The only child of parents Dave and Mary Neese, she was known for being an energetic and shy girl who stole the hearts of everyone she came into contact with. Skylar was very intelligent and from an early age showed an interest in reading and

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D.B. Cooper’s Hijacking of Flight 305

HIJACKING: On the afternoon of November 24, 1971, a man identifying himself as Dan Cooper entered the airport in Portland, Oregon. He purchased a $20 airline ticket for the 2:45pm flight to Seattle, Washington. The plane was a Boeing 727, designated as Flight 305. There were no mandatory security checks on domestic flights back in

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The Disappearance of Tyarra Cacique Williams

EARLY LIFE: Tyarra Cacique Williams was born on June 18, 1996. The eldest of two children, she grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina. Her parents divorced when she was young, and she and her brother – who she was very protective of – went to live with their mother, Danielle. In high school, Tyarra was

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The Murder of Suzanne Miller

ABOUT: Suzanne Miller of London, Ontario was born in 1948. A dedicated mother of three, she and her common-law husband resided together in the apartment block of 26 Gammage Street, near the city’s army barracks. Suzanne was described as an introvert who loved to spend her free time cooking and sewing. In 1974, she was

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