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    Three things cannot be long hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth. Buddha
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    Please Read We Need Help!!!

    You can donate through PayPal or Google Wallet by using the email websleuthsdonations@gmail.com

    You can donate through GOFUNDME too Be sure and click on "Updates" at GoFundMe for the latest

    Time for our update folks.

    We are close to the halfway mark of our Websleuths fundraising goal.

    Websleuths recently lost about 60 percent of our monthly income (or more depending on the month) because a long time advertiser left. Left with no real explanation. We are working on getting new advertisers to replace the income.

    We have taken steps to move Websleuths to a new more user and advertiser-friendly software. The loss of income, moving to new software and continuing to pay 100 percent of the bills with 60 percent less income each month has led to this fundraiser.

    In the more than 13 years that I have owned Websleuths, I have never charged and never asked for money to help with the bills, until now. Being involved in Websleuths has always been and will always be free of charge.

    Websleuths is more than just the most respected and biggest single owner True Crime Discussion forum on the Internet.

    Websleuths is the first place thousands of people start out their day (free of charge) to get the latest true crime news and information on breaking cases.

    Websleuths is the place law enforcement agencies from all over the world come to read to get ideas about cases or just to see how the public is reacting to their cases in their cities. The information law enforcement gleans from Websleuths has to be some good solid information because law enforcement is almost always reading at Websleuths free of charge.

    Our wonderful members work night and day to try and match unclaimed/unidentified bodies to the list of missing people. To date, our members have made over 270 matches. Take a look at these two threads.
    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/for...07-Identified!

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/for...tch&order=desc

    Finally, Websleuths is truly a community. In addition to the vast number of forums discussing cases from all over the world, lifetime friendships are made every day at Websleuths. Always for free.

    We are a family and letís face it who do you turn to for help? Your family.

    We need your help. If one-third of the people who came on Websleuths today gave 5 dollars, we would be all set. Funds donated will be used as outlined above and at the further discretion of management.

    Help Websleuths continue to be the most respected true crime discussion forum on the Internet.

    Thank you
    Tricia Griffith
    Owner/Websleuths.com
    PS. To the law enforcement agencies always reading at Websleuths if you could see fit to donate 5 dollars that would be wonderful.

    You can donate through PayPal or Google Wallet by using the email websleuthsdonations@gmail.com

    You can donate through GOFUNDME too! Be sure and click on "Updates" at GoFundMe for the latest

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    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