08-15-2016 until 09-16-2016
WS Admin Bessie Needs our Help
UPDATE FROM BESSIE CLICK HERE THEN CLICK ON "UPDATE"
Dear Websleuths Members,
Our wonderful Websleuths Administrator Bessie really needs our help.
Bessie's husband is battling Esophageal cancer. It has left him underweight and extremely weak. He is trying to regain strength so they can operate and remove the cancerous tumor.
Bessie's husband is the only breadwinner. Why? Because Bessie has spent all her free time helping run Websleuths. The time Bessie has volunteered to make sure Webslueths runs smoothly is immeasurable.
Since her husband's illness Bessie has been taking care of him full time.
A few weeks ago Bessie was shopping. She collapsed. Her heart stopped in the ambulance. Her heart stopped again in the ER. She was in a coma for days.
Through somemiracle, Bessie is back home. She is weak but she is still taking care of her husband and trying to take care of herself too.
Bessie is on the verge of losing her home. The bills are piling up and there is no end in site.
If you can donate a single dollarto Bessie it will be a great help.
Many of you have offered me money to help with the cost of running Websleuths. I don't take donations but if you still want to donate please donate to Bessie.
If you enjoy Websleuths then you are enjoying Bessie's hard work.
It has been very hard to operate Websleuths without Bessie. It's only because of the rest of the hard working Mods and Admins that Websleuths continues on.
If you would like to use PayPal to make a donation to Bessie go to www.paypal.com and enter email email@example.com
If you would rather donate through Bessie's Go Fund Me page please do so by clicking here https://www.gofundme.com/adminbessie
On behalf of Websleuths management thank you for your consideration.
10-16-2014 until 11-18-2016
We Need a Minute of your Time Please
Dear Websleuths Members,
We have over 1000 cold cases on Websleuths. Some of them decades old others fairly recent.
If you could please take a moment and look at our cold cases. CLICK ON THIS LINK to see the Cold Case Forum.
All we ask is you look over the cases and if so inclined post a comment on one or more of the cold cases.
By posting a simple note of encouragement to the loved ones dealing with a cold case you can make a difference.
I can tell you it means the world to people who find Websleuths while looking up information about their loved one's cold case and reading a thoughtful post from a stranger.
Most of these people feel forgotten by everyone. A simple post from you lets them know people do care and have not forgotten.
There are 45 pages of Cold Cases on Websleuths, 25 threads to a page.
Please take a moment and post on one of these cases. You could help a total stranger not feel so alone.