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  Evelyn Grace Hartley Missing since October 24, 1953
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 09:56 PM - Forum: Murder and COLD cases - No Replies

   

Evelyn Grace Hartley 
Missing since October 24, 1953

Vital Statistics

  • Date Of Birth: November 21, 1937
  • Age at Time of Disappearance: 15 years old
  • Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'7"; 126-128 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Blue eyes; light brown, straight hair. Light complexion. Hartley wears eyeglasses, but did not have them on when she disappeared.
  • Clothing: She was last seen wearing size 16, red denim White Stag jeans, a size 34-36 plain white Ship n' Shore blouse, with pearl buttons. An indian beaded belt with metal buckle, size 24. White bobby socks.
  • Dentals: Available
 


Circumstances of Disappearance 
Hartley, a 15-year-old Central High School student disappeared October 24, 1953, from the home of a La Crosse State College professor where she was babysitting. She was supposed to call her parents during the evening but did not. Her father tried to call several times that day and never got an answer. He became worried and went to the house to check on his daughter.

Hartley's father found all the windows in the house locked except a basement window in the back. Bloodstains were found around that window and in the grass of the yard, and there was a bloody hand print on the side of the house next door. The furniture inside the living room was disarranged. Hartley's eyeglasses, which were broken, and one of her shoes were on the living room floor. Her other shoe was found in the basement. There was no other trace of Hartley inside the home. The twenty-month-old girl she had been babysitting was found unharmed, sleeping in her crib.

Tracker dogs traced Hartley's scent as far as the street, leading authorities to believe she had been taken away in a car. They believe she disappeared at approximately 19.15. She never was found though there was an intensive search. Foul play is suspected.
 


Investigators 
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
La Crosse Police Department 
Tony Delap
608-785-5962 
E-Mail

Agency Case Number: 53-1543
NCMEC Case Number: NCM1150955
Source Information
La Crosse Tribune 
FindEvelynHartley.org 
NamUs MP #4579

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  Paula Jean Welden
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 09:52 PM - Forum: Murder and COLD cases - No Replies

   

Paula Jean Welden
Name: 
Paula Jean Welden
Case Classification: Endangered Missing
Missing Since: December 1, 1946
Location Last Seen: Bennington, Bennington County, VermontPhysical Description
Date of Birth: October 19, 1928 
Age: 18 years old 
Race: White 
Gender: Female 
Height: 5'5"
Weight: 122 lbs. 
Hair Color: Blonde hair worn in a long bob. 
Eye Color: Blue 
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Fair complexion with much color. Nose slightly turned up. Cleft in chin. Walks with a long, springy step, has erect carriage. Athletic type. Grayish scar on left knee. Vaccination mark on right thigh. Small scar under left eyebrow.Identifiers
Dentals: Unknown
Fingerprints: Unknown
DNA: UnknownClothing & Personal Items
Clothing: Red parka jacket with fur trimmed hood, blue jeans, and white sneakers with heavy soled Top-Sider (size 6 1/2 or 7).
Jewelry: She was also wearing a small, gold Elgin ladies wrist watch with a narrow black band. The watch has repairer's marking "13050 HD" scratched on the inside of the back case. 
Additional Personal Items: Unknown

Circumstances of Disappearance
Paula Jean Welden was last seen at Bennington College while taking a walk on the Long Trail near Glastenbury Mountain during the afternoon.
On the day she vanished, she worked two shifts at the school's dining hall, came back to her room and conversed for a while with her roommate. Then, she told the roommate that she was through with studies, and was going to take a long walk. She headed out around 2:45 P.M. She was sighted several times as she was hitchhiking to the Long Trail, close to Bickford Hollow.
Vermont had no state police force at the time of her disappeance. The Governor called in police from New York and Massachusetts to help in the search. Weldon's disappearance persuaded local legislators to support the creation of the Vermont State Police.
Between 1945 and 1950, four other disappearances have occured in the area where Welden disappeared, earning the wilderness area the nickname "the Bennington Triangle."
At the time of her disappearance, Welden was an art student interested in water colors, oils, pencil and charcoal sketching. She had assisted a mural painter and also done black and white illustrations. She had also worked as a waitress. She liked skating, bicycling, hiking, camping, swimming, square dancing and playing the guitar.
Investigating Agency(s)
Agency Name: Vermont State Police 
Agency Contact Person: Lt. Reg Trayah or Police Chief Richard Gauthier 
Agency Phone Number: 802-241-5355 
Agency E-Mail: reg.trayah(at)vermont.gov
Agency Case Number: Unknown
NCIC Case Number: Unknown
NamUs Case Number: Not listedInformation Source(s)Vermont State Police
Wikipedia: Paula Jean Welden
The Mysterious Disappearance of Paula Jean Welden
Bennington Banner News

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  Mary Lazzara
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 09:47 PM - Forum: Murder and COLD cases - No Replies

   

Mary Lazzara

  • Case Classification: Missing
  • Missing Since: Since about 1939
  • Location Last Seen: Gary, Lake County, Indiana

 Physical Description** Listed information is from the time of disappearance.
  • Date of Birth: March 15, 1915
  • Age at Time of Disappearance: About 24 years old
  • Race: White
  • Gender: Female
  • Height at time of Disappearance: Unknown
  • Weight at Time of Disappearance: Unknown
  • Hair Color: Black
  • Eye Color: Brown
  • Alias(s) / Nickname(s): Unknown
 
  • Distinguishing Marks/Features: Unknown
 
  • Dentals: Not Available
  • Fingerprints: Not Available
  • DNA: Not Available
Clothing & Personal Items
  • Clothing: Unknown
 
  • Jewelry: Unknown
 
  • Additional Personal Items: Unknown

 Circumstances of Disappearance

Lazzara was last seen leaving for work in Gary, Indiana in about 1939. She never returned home or was ever heard from again.

There is no record of her in the FBI database.

 Investigating Agency(s)

If you have any information about this case please contact;
  • Agency Name: Family
  • Agency Contact Person:Lauren Wicevic
  • Agency Phone Number: 815-258-6603
 

  • Agency Case Number: Unknown
  • NCIC Case Number: N/A
  • NamUs Case Number: MP #N/A
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

 Information Source(s)
  • The Family of Mary Lazzara

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  James Thomas Stanley
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 09:29 PM - Forum: Murder and COLD cases - No Replies

   

James Thomas Stanley

Physical Description

Date of Birth: March 30, 1949
Age: 25 yrs old
Race: White
Gender: Male
Height: 5'6"-5'7"
Weight: 140-150 lbs
Hair Color: Light Brown to Blonde
Eye Color: Blue
Nickname/Alias: Tommy
Distinguishing Marks/Features: Fair complexion; Scar from a hernia or appendectomy operation on his left side; His left arm has previously been fractured.Identifiers
Dentals: Not Available; upper dental partial plate
Fingerprints: Not Available
DNA: Available (mtDNA)Clothing & Personal Items
Clothing: Unknown
Jewelry: Unknown
Additional Personal Items: Unknown

Circumstances of Disappearance

James Thomas Stanley was known as Tommy in Athens County, Ohio and where he worked in Columbus, Ohio.

In September 1974, for unknown reasons, Tommy packed up his 1969 Green Fiat, OH Plate Number X1798H, said goodbye to his family in Ohio and West Virginia telling them he could never return to Ohio and that he was going to Florida.

Tommy's 1969 Fiat was later found in the Northbound Lane of I-95, near Kenly, North Carolina about 60 miles from Raleigh, North Carolina. All of Tommy's personal items were still inside the car, including photo albums, clothes, shoes and wallet. The keys were still in the ignition. The car was towed to Holland's Garage and was found to have a broken radiator hose. The car was later picked up by the finance company in Winston Salem, North Carolina. Trooper A.W. Williams tagged the car and felt it had been empty for at least 48 hours and there were no signs of foul play.

Family members felt that Tommy was in some type of trouble and therefore never filed a missing persons report with police because they were concerned for his safety. Seven years later Tommy was declared deceased.

His family has never heard from or seen him since he said goodbye. There has been no activity on his Social Security number.Investigating Agency(s
)Agency Name: Athens County Sheriffs Department
Agency Contact Person: N/A
Agency Phone Number: 740-593-6633
Agency E-Mail: N/A
Agency Case Number: 1-07-003630

NCIC Case Number: N/A
NamUs Case Number: 20413
 Information Source(s)NamUs
Family of James Thomas Stanley

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  Bobby Panknin  Missing since August 3, 1963 from Stevens County, Washington
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 09:16 PM - Forum: Murder and COLD cases - No Replies

   

Bobby Panknin 
Missing since August 3, 1963 from Stevens County, Washington 
Classification: Endangered Missing
 


Vital Statistics
  • Age at Time of Disappearance: 4 years old
  • Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 2'8"; 30 lbs.
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: White male. Blond hair.
  • Clothing: Blue swim trunks, barefoot.
  • Medical: Chocolate allergy, susceptibility to severe ear and bronchial infections.
 

Circumstances of Disappearance 
Bobby Panknin disappeared without a trace during a family outing to the Deep Lake Resort near Northport. 
Bobby and his two brothers were hiking with their mother on a logging road near their campsite at the now-defunct Deep Lake Resort in northern Stevens County. The rest of the group left Bobby alone for a few minutes, and when they returned he was nowhere to be seen. 

Bobby was barefoot, and no footprints were found. The search area, about 20 miles south of the Canadian border, was largely undeveloped then. It was hilly and heavily timbered. Police were open to the possibility that Bobby had been abducted, but considered that highly unlikely in view of the remote location and the short time the boy was left alone.
 

Investigators 
If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
Stevens County Sheriff's Office 
509-684-5296

Source Information
The Spokesman Review

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  Mark Eugene Yoli
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 09:09 PM - Forum: Murder and COLD cases - No Replies

   

Mark Eugene Yoli

Physical Description
Date of Birth: January 9, 1960
Age: 3 years old
Race: White
Gender: Male
Height: 2'8"
Weight: 30 lbs.
Hair Color: Brown/short
Eye Color: Brown
Distinguishing Marks/Features: He has an olive complexion.IdentifiersDentals: Not Available
Fingerprints: Not Available
DNA: AvailableClothing & Personal Items
Clothing: Brown shorts, white t-shirt.
Jewelry: Unknown
Additional Personal Items: Unknown Circumstances of Disappearance Mark Eugene Yoli and his sister, Diana Moon Yoli, have been missing since September 13, 1962. They were last seen near their home at the Government Housing Area at Midway Park at about 3:15 p.m., presumably on their way to a playground. Authorities at first believed that they might have wandered off into a swamp which borders the Camp Lejeune Marine Corps base, but now suspect foul play.Investigating Agency(s)
Agency Name: Naval Criminal Investigative Services
Agency Contact Person: Special Agent Chris Graham
Agency Phone Number: 910-449-6012
Agency E-Mail: N/A
Agency Case Number: Unknown
Agency Name: Onslow County Sheriff's Office
Agency Contact Person: Captain Patrick Garvey
Agency Contact Person: Captain Linwood Darden
Agency Phone Number: 910-455-3113
Agency E-Mail: Sheriff@onslowcountync.gov
Agency Case Number: 2014-004909
NCIC Case Number: Unknown
NamUs Case Number: 9916Information Source(s)NamUs
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
The Portsmouth Times

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  Charlottesville's 30 Year Murder Mystery: Search for Katie Worsky
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 09:05 PM - Forum: Murder and COLD cases - No Replies

   

Charlottesville's 30 Year Murder Mystery: Search for Katie Worsky

Thirty years ago, the Charlottesville community was rocked by the disappearance and presumed death of a 12-year-old girl named Katie Worsky. Now, decades later, the biggest question remains unanswered: where is Katie?

In the years since, the Worsky family and the community as a whole faced difficult tests. But a lengthy police investigation and a criminal trial have left little more than lingering uncertainty about Katie's fate.

In file footage, not seen since 1983, Katie's mother Robin Worsky says, "it's more of a fear of living without knowing that haunts me."
"That just doesn't happen here," recalls former NBC29 anchor and reporter Dave Cupp. "And nobody knew what had happened."
"I'll always remember this case, there's no question about that," former Commonwealth's Attorney Richard Barrick said in NBC29 file footage. And after 55 years practicing law, today Barrick says the Worsky case sticks with him.

Former Charlottesville Police Chief John "Dek" Bowen agrees.

"I don't think there's any doubt that it's been the toughest case I know of," Bowen said in file footage. Even today, he says, "I don't consider this case closed, because we still don't know where Katie is."

The Worsky family last saw their daughter alive on the evening of July 11. She was on her way to a sleepover at the home of her friend Tammy Thomas. Then, the morning of July 12, everything changed as police began a time-sensitive search for the missing 12-year-old girl.
"Everybody at the very beginning of this case felt like we're going to find Katie," Bowen said.

But that optimism soon turned to concern. Katie was a diabetic, and did not have access to her life-saving insulin.
"Then it hits us that we probably were not going to find her alive," Bowen said.

Police spent weeks looking for a body. They called in specialized search dogs, scoured the Rivanna River, and combed through remote parts of Charlottesville and Albemarle County. The department even enlisted the help of a psychic.

"That's how desperate we were," Bowen said. "We were willing to look at anything and everything that was put in front of us."
Police never found Katie's body, but they did find a suspect: 23-year-old Glenn Barker.

"We pretty much knew who we suspected was involved in this," Bowen said.

Barker admitted in police interviews that he was present the night of Katie's disappearance. He came to visit Carrie Gates, the mother of Katie's friend Tammy Thomas, later in the evening on July 11. But when Gates turned him away, he didn't leave.
Barker approached the two girls and Tammy's younger brother, and gained access to their recreation room through an outside door. Barker later admitted in police interviews he brought beer with him, and gave some to the two young girls.

"Katie had drunk about three beers," Barrick said. "The facts convinced me early on, he killed her."

Commonwealth's Attorney Barrick had a theory. He said Barker sexually molested Worsky after the children had gone to sleep, killed her, and disposed of the body. But it took police and prosecutors almost a year to collect enough evidence to arrest Barker.

"I had no body. I had no proof of Katie's death," Barrick said. "Since we didn't have a body, I wanted to make sure that I felt we had all the evidence we could possibly accumulate."

Barrick crafted a rope of circumstantial evidence tying Barker to the crime, evidence that included blood stains from the home where Katie was last seen.

And inside Barker's apartment there was even more evidence. Police found blood stains on clothes hidden beneath his mattress. The clothes were wet, inside a plastic bag, and the stains were later found to match Katie's blood type.
"We didn't leave a stone unturned that we were aware of," Bowen said.

Evidence in hand, Barker was arrested. The trial began in the summer of 1983, a year after Katie's disappearance. Testimony and arguments lasted for a week inside Charlottesville Circuit Court. Then, after four hours of jury deliberation, Barker was found guilty of second-degree murder.

It was only the second time in Virginia's history a man had been tried and convicted of murder without the presence of a body. But despite the circumstantial nature of the evidence, investigators are convinced justice was served.
"I have no doubt in my mind that he was the guilty party," Bowen said. "No doubt whatsoever."
But to this day Barker maintains his innocence, and never admitted any fault to his own defense attorneys.
"The vast majority of times you get into these situations, the client has committed the act," former defense attorney Larry McElwain said. "Glenn Barker never admitted to me, and to the best of my knowledge my co-counsel, that he had committed this crime."
Barker served nine years of an 18-year sentence before he was released on parole in 1992.
But Katie's story continues.

"We never rest. We never stop looking," Det. Sgt. Steve Dillon said. Dillon now oversees the Charlottesville Police Forensic Unit, after joining the force in 1985.

"Her body has never been recovered," he said. "That is certainly on our mind all the time. It's been on our mind for years."
Just in the past year, police have taken new measures to find Katie. The department solicited DNA samples from each member of the Worsky family in the spring of 2011.

"If indeed remains ever were found, we could compare the DNA hopefully in those remains to the familial DNA received from her mother, father and sister," Dillon said.

That DNA information now resides in the FBI's Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) and in a database operated by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Each database is checked every three to five days against unidentified remains reported across the country. That means if anything matching Katie's DNA ever appears, police will know.

But in the meantime, the question remains. What really happened all those years ago? Where is Katie now? And, will we ever know?
"They all told me, we'll never stop looking," Katie's mother Robin said in 1983 file footage. "And that was really what I needed to hear."
Now, even after three decades, Dek Bowen still knows something will turn.

"I still, I still when I think about it feel like one day something is going to tell us where she is, or what happened."

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  The Clayton House, Fort Smith
Posted by: Mark - 03-31-2018, 04:21 PM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

The Clayton House, Fort Smith

The Clayton House is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. It was once the home of William Henry Harrison Clayton and over the years it has come to be one of the best loved buildings in all of Arkansas. The house was completely restored to its former glory in the seventies and it is now like stepping back in time when you visit. There are even several priceless Clayton family belonging on display in the house.

Former Clayton House director, Martha Siler claimed to have started having paranormal encounters quite soon after starting work at the house. She has described how one particular bedroom on the second floor seems to terrify everyone who visits and that people report hearing doors slamming, and boots stomping up the hall along with music emanating from empty rooms. She also claims to have seen the apparition of a woman dressed in a linen shirt and brown skirt appearing in Mr Clayton’s study. Martha is not the only one to have seen this woman, a carpenter who was carrying out some repairs in the house several years ago took pictures of the house before and after. When the photos were developed he saw what looked like a semi transparent woman in one of them. Visitors have also experienced having their hair pulled on occasion.

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  Peel Mansion, Bentonville
Posted by: Mark - 03-31-2018, 04:19 PM - Forum: Haunted Locations and Ghost Stories - No Replies

   

Peel Mansion, Bentonville

Peel Mansion was built in 1875 by Samuel Peel and it is now said to be haunted by both Samuel himself and his daughter Minnie Belle. Minnie is commonly sighted as a woman in white wandering around Peel mansion and she is often heard playing the piano just as beautifully as she did in life, although it is said that if anyone enters the room while she is playing then the music will abruptly stop! Samuel Peel, who was at one time a United States Congressman, is also said to haunt his former home and his spirit has been seen in various parts of the house. Peel Mansion embraces its reputation as one of the most haunted places in Arkansas and even hosts ghost walks every Tuesday and Thursday which culminate in a dinner!

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  Tiffany Papesh
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 04:06 PM - Forum: Missing Persons 411 - No Replies

Tiffany Papesh

   

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  Angela Ramsey
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 04:03 PM - Forum: Missing Persons 411 - No Replies

Angela Ramsey

   

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  Etan Patz
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 03:59 PM - Forum: Missing Persons 411 - No Replies

Etan Patz

   

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  Diamond Bradley
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 03:51 PM - Forum: Missing Persons 411 - No Replies

Diamond Bradley

      

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  Logan Bowman
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 03:49 PM - Forum: Missing Persons 411 - No Replies

Logan Bowman

   

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  Agueda Arias
Posted by: Richard - 03-31-2018, 03:45 PM - Forum: Missing Persons 411 - No Replies

Agueda Arias

   

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