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Forum: Serial Killers

  1. Join Date
    Sep 2003
    Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. Buddha

    Help! Getting Critical

    Dear Websleuths Members and Guests,

    Like everyone, I am watching the tragedy unfold in Texas. It is upsetting to no end that I have to come to you for donations at a time like this. I wouldnít be asking unless it was a crises situation for Websleuths.

    Five percent of the money raised for Websleuths will be donated to the Salvation Army to help people in Texas. I wish I could do more for the flood victims.

    If Websleuths does not meet our financial obligations, there is the real possibility that Websleuths could fail.

    All it takes is about one-third of people who visit Websleuths today to donate five dollars ($5.00) and Websleuths will be fine.

    To learn more, go to the GoFundMe Websleuths campaign. Be sure and click on "Updates" for the latest.

    Again, I want to stress; please do not donate if it puts even the slightest financial strain on your situation.

    Iíve been there where 5 dollars means the difference between eating a meal that day or not.

    If you donít want to use GoFundMe.com, you can donate using PayPal or Google Wallet and use the email websleuthsdonations@gmail.com

    With my whole heart and soul, THANK YOU,

  2. Join Date
    Sep 2003
    Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. Buddha

    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.

    Thank You,

    Tricia Griffith
    Owner/Websleuths.com, LLC