09-17-2015, 04:05 AM #1
Websleuths Post of the Day!!!WEBSLEUTHS POST OF THE DAY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Before I get into anything else we all have to stop and take in the latest Websleuths Post of the Day.
Julia Niswender's grandfather is a member of Websleuths. Julia was murdered in 2012 and no one has been charged.
Here is the nomination from ModMaiden
ModMaiden said: This poem was written by Trojan1966 in memory of his granddaughter Julie Niswender. It is very touching as you can see how great his love for her is including how deeply he misses her.
"I woke up early this morning, Julia was on my mind and I wrote the following that I thought I'd share....................
Justice For Julia
I've had a hard time sleeping as Julia's always on my mind,
I know she's up in Heaven watching over all that I find.
She looks at me and smiles and says that everything will be OK,
"Oh Grandpa" she says "don't worry, we'll be together one day."
Someday we'll solve this mystery and I know it may not be fun,
But I'll really not be able to rest, until Justice for Julia is done.
So I'll press onward and "digging" as I have always been doing,
In hopes of catching that terrible person we're all pursuing.
I loved my granddaughter Julie and we'll meet again someday,
She'll give me a big kiss and huge hug as "Oh Grandpa" she will say.
Grandpa Jim Niswender
September 15, 2015"
Trojon 1966 our hearts break for you and all of Julia's loved ones.
Thank you for sharing Julia's life with us on Websleuths.
We are honored.
09-18-2015, 07:49 AM #2
nomination for the next POD
09-18-2015, 10:20 AM #3
Nomination for Post of the Day!
I'm so impressed, more so everyday, with the sleuthing skills of everyone here. When I first started sleuthing (lurking) this case, my initial theory was extremely short sighted. I'm one of those people who hated group projects in school, and I can be a bit dismissive when I 'feel' sure about something in 'real life', but this site has proved to me how ineffective that strategy can be. Many minds working together is invaluable. And here, there are so many brilliant and kind sleuths. The internet is usually not a nice place for discussion, and IMO, fewer people contribute when they're afraid to share their ideas. Not the case here! This community is not only very smart, but kind and that makes all the difference.
09-19-2015, 02:09 AM #4
Here you go the Websleuths Post of the Day!