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Wrong Information Online for Kimberly Sue Doss? NEW Information Uncovered

  The narrative of the disappearance of Kimberly Sue Doss, called Kim by her family, is all over the place. I think that may be part of the problem as to why this case hasn’t been solved. Let’s start with 1980. That’s the earliest missing date that I have seen listed for Kim, who would

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Minnesota Fisherman Missing Since 2004

Nathan Edison Williams was last seen on September 28, 2004  at the University of Minnesota, Morris campus. He was planning to go on a fishing in Northern Minnesota. As far as law enforcement is aware, he was travelling alone. He was 21 years old at the time of his disappearance. Two days later, police found

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Nachida Chandara: Not the Fond Du Lac Jane Doe, but Where is she?

I came across a profile for missing woman Nachida Chandara while researching the Fond du Lac County Jane Doe. I thought she was a good match– young, last seen in neighboring Michigan, and seemingly vanished without a trace. This is Nachida on the left, the Jane Doe on the right. However, upon further inspection, it

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Follow Up: Is this Christopher Freeman?

I was tooling around on NAMUS and found this: an unidentified man found frozen to death in an abandoned building (the former JJ Hill office building) in St. Paul, Minnesota in 1985. He was presumably homeless, age between 20-40. Sorry, both pictures do not have great resolution, but there are some similarities that I find

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The Jennifer Kesse Suspect Probably Wasn’t Wearing a White Shirt and Khakis

I saw a surveillance camera image online recently of a burglar in a church, and this got me thinking about the Jennifer Kesse suspect. (The unknown person seen abandoning her car at a nearby apartment complex). These are the two images of the same church burglar: Seriously, look at the difference. When I saw this,

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A Dark Hallway: The Disappearance of Laureen Rahn

I have yet to hear about a legit teen runaway case where the missing teen doesn’t take any of their personal belongings. So goes the bewildering case of New Hampshire teen Laureen Rahn, 14, who disappeared from her third-floor family apartment in the middle of the night of April 26, 1980. This is one of

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Diana Braungardt: Was it the I-70 Killer?

I recently read about Diana Braungardt, an 18-year-old who disappeared in 1987 after a shift at a Venture store (similar to Target in the 80s) in Crystal City, Missouri. Diana completed her shift, and by all accounts, was planning to go home to study for a test. When she didn’t show up, her parents began

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