DISCOVERY: In the early hours of October 11, 1945, police officers found an African-American teenager wandering the streets of Jacksonville, Morgan County, Illinois. He was unable to communicate, as he was deaf and mute, and when asked why he was out so late could only write “Lewis”, which is believed to be his name. The
EARLY LIFE: Daisy Mae Tallman was born on January 10, 1958 to Eldred Heath and Nancy Whitefoot, members of the Confederated Tribes and Bands of Yakama Nation. The youngest of six sisters, she was raised by her maternal grandparents, Elias and Lillie Whitefoot, and extended family on a ranch in Medicine Valley, near the foothills
EARLY LIFE: Elnaz Hajtamiri was born and raised in Iran. After graduating from university with a Bachelor’s degree in International Insurance, she married Farnam Shapourifar, a veterinarian. The then-25-year-old adored her husband and was left devastated in 2017 when he passed away from a short illness. In his honour, she used their savings to help
DISCOVERY: On May 4, 2004, two hikers were walking along a trail in a wooded area near the I-5 exit in Rancho Bernardino, San Diego County, California, off West Bernardino Drive. During their trek, they came across a green and white duffel bag with leather handles that had been covered with a green winter coat.
LEAD UP TO DISAPPEARANCE: Mary Frances Gregory was last seen leaving her home in Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada on February 15, 1978. She’d planned to visit Palo Alto, California for a vacation, and was in the company of a male acquaintance. It’s believed the pair crossed into the United Sates via the border with New