Tag: True Crime

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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Barstow Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On February 10, 2010, a man looking for cans along Lenwood Road in Barstow, California discovered the severed head of a deceased female. The area, which is in close proximity to several truck stops, borders on a remote desert area and is 1/10th of a mile north of Interstate 15. The area in which

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The Disappearance of the Springfield Three

LEAD UP TO DISAPPEARANCE: At 4:00pm on June 6, 1992, 19-year-old Suzie Streeter and 18-year-old Stacy McCall joined their fellow classmates for their high school graduation. The ceremony was held at Missouri State University. After the graduation ceremony, the pair went their separate ways in order to enjoy dinner with their families before reuniting at

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