Archive for the ‘Murders’ Category

Sally McNelly & Shane Stewart

August 19th, 2011 § in Murders

Independence Day, 1988, was a reunion of sorts for Shane Stewart and Sally McNelly.  Each had recently returned to their hometown of San Angelo, Texas.  It was their first time together in months.  It was also the last time they would ever be seen alive. The next morning, a ra[...]

A woman’s nightmare comes true

August 19th, 2011 § in Murders

A woman’s nightmare comes true when she’s raped and murdered by a co-worker. Jeanne Molina had a frightening, violent dream that she believed was a premonition. She told her husband, Frank Reed, about it: “She’d had a dream that I was going to badly beat her up, a[...]

Is a cult responsible for the death of a high school student?

August 18th, 2011 § in Murders

On September 8, 1984, Kurt McFall, a 17-year old high school student, drove from his home in Concord, California, across the Bay Bridge into San Francisco. He told his father he was staying with a friend and would be home Sunday evening. Kurt never returned. On Monday, two birdwa[...]

A young man disappears from Madison, Wisconsin

August 18th, 2011 § in Murders

A young man disappears from Madison, Wisconsin, then two days later he’s found dead in Chicago. In the spring of 1990, 19-year-old Chad Maurer was working in a bike shop in Madison, Wisconsin. A popular student and well-rounded athlete, Chad hoped to save up enough money to mov[...]

Shelly Malone

August 18th, 2011 § in Murders

An experienced horse rider dies from a fall… But was it murder? On October 18, 1992, paramedics were called to a field in a wooded area outside The Plains, Virginia. 37-year-old Shelly Malone, an accomplished horsewoman, had been badly injured in a riding accident. As paramedic[...]

The death of a physician is ruled a suicide until …

August 18th, 2011 § in Murders

The death of a physician is ruled a suicide until evidence uncovered in a new autopsy reveals that he was murdered. On February 23, 1974, police were called to the Los Angeles home of Dr. Ted Loseff. The call was made by his wife, Wilda, who told officers that her husband was arm[...]

Tony Lombardi

August 18th, 2011 § in Murders

Tony Lombardi’s family believes he was murdered… police say it was suicide. The Lombardis were a typical middle class family living in the Columbus, Ohio, suburb of Westerville.  But on August 30, 1990, Cheryl Lombardi, a housewife and mother, made a tragic discovery, one th[...]

Chad Langford

August 18th, 2011 § in Murders

The Army says an MP committed suicide.  His family says no way. On March 12, 1992, military policeman Chad Langford was finishing what should have been a routine patrol of his Army Base in Huntsville, Alabama.  Thirty minutes later, Langford radioed his base station, informing [...]

Did this teenage boy commit suicide or was he murdered?

August 18th, 2011 § in Murders

On August the 21, 1989, 17 year-old Norman Ladner left his parents’ country store to go hunting on the family farm near Picayune, Mississippi. Norman was a popular high school student who loved the outdoors. He knew his family’s 122 acre property like the back of his hand. Ac[...]

The killer of a young woman escapes from jail

August 17th, 2011 § in Murders

In Ashe County, North Carolina, a body was discovered at the bottom of a 200-foot cliff that the locals call “The Jumping Off Place.” Police quickly identified the body as Sherry Lyall Hart, a local woman who had disappeared without a trace eleven months earlier. Sher[...]