Tag: True Crime

Frederick County John Doe

DISCOVERY: On May 6, 2016, a mushroom hunter travelling along Catacin Hollow Road near Cunningham Falls State Park discovered the partial skeletal remains of an unidentified male. The remains were approximately 500 feet from the road and were dispersed across the area. The area where the remains were found, which is located in Thurmont, Maryland,

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The Disappearance of Jayme Closs

*UPDATE: The Barron County Sheriff’s Department has announced Jayme Closs has been found alive and her abductor, 21-year-old Jake Patterson, has been taken into custody.* EARLY LIFE: Jayme Closs was born on July 13, 2005. Growing up, she lived in Barron, Wisconsin with her parents, James and Denise Closs, who were both employees of the

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Eklutna Annie

DISCOVERY: On July 17, 1980, electrical workers discovered the skeletal remains of a woman buried along a set of power lines near post two in Eklutna, Alaska. The area, which is heavily wooded, is about one mile south of South Eklutna Lake Road. AUTOPSY: The body was brought to the Alaska State Medical Examiner’s Office,

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Milwaukee Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On March 16, 1982, an off-duty firefighter checking his boat along the Milwaukee River discovered the body of a young woman floating between two metal barrels near the pier. The area of the river is near 420 North Plankington Avenue. AUTOPSY: An autopsy was performed upon the remains being brought to the Milwaukee County

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The Disappearance of Lee Cutler

EARLY LIFE: Lee Cutler was born on October 2, 1989. Growing up, he lived in Buffalo Grove, Illinois, where he shared a house with his mother, Beth; his stepfather, Larry; and his older brother. He also had a stepsister through his mother’s marriage to Larry. Lee was described as a naturally social kid, who many

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