missing, Stories, true crime

The Vanishing of the Fort Worth Three

H.P. Lovecraft once said, "The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is the fear of the unknown". Three families in Fort Worth, Texas have been haunted by the unknown every day for almost 45 years. December 23rd, 1974, Rachel Trlica was a 17-year-old newlywed of… Continue reading The Vanishing of the Fort Worth Three

Stories, true crime, wrongful conviction

A Question of Reasonable Doubt and KC Grondin

Disclaimer about my non-professional investigative skills Crime has a ripple effect that far exceeds the primary victim. The arms of consequence reach out and surround the families and loved ones of all parties involved. In some cases, justice is clear, precise, certain, and complete. The assailant is behind bars, the facts are clear, and the… Continue reading A Question of Reasonable Doubt and KC Grondin

missing, Stories, true crime

The Disappearance Of Kyron Horman

Disclaimer about my non-professional investigative skills Portland, Oregon, the idyllic city nestled between the Columbia and Willamette Rivers and, fun fact for me, home to The World's Largest Bookstore. Portland is also home to Skyline Elementary School, a small school located a quick twenty-minute drive from the busy downtown epicenter. In 2010, the security at… Continue reading The Disappearance Of Kyron Horman

Stories, true crime, Unsolved Murder

The Murder of Amber Tuccaro

Disclaimer about my non-professional investigative skills When you think of Canada, your brain probably starts an internal slideshow of images like the beautiful scenery, hockey, maple syrup, insanely nice people, and William Shatner. Unfortunately, Canada is also home to a sinister 450 mile long stretch of highway dubbed the “Highway of Tears”, in honor of… Continue reading The Murder of Amber Tuccaro

missing, Stories, true crime

The Disappearance of Asha Degree

Disclaimer about my non-professional investigative skills As parents, we often feel a strange false sense of security once the day is coming to a close and the kids are tucked in bed. We feel safe knowing the kids alright and the house is locked up tight. You have an awkward comfort in knowing everything will… Continue reading The Disappearance of Asha Degree

Stories, suspicious death, true crime

The Suspicious Death of Danielle “Gabby” Akers

Disclaimer  W. H. Auden said, “Murder is unique in that it abolishes the party it injures so that society must take the place of the victim and on his behalf demand atonement or grant forgiveness.” In a remote spot in the middle of nowhere Indiana, stands a cross with purple flowers, a  balloon, and messages… Continue reading The Suspicious Death of Danielle “Gabby” Akers