Cases That Haunt You

Discussion in 'Cold Cases' started by joellegirl, Apr 9, 2004.

  1. UCLAEigenguy

    UCLAEigenguy Probabilistic Armchair Investigator

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    Michael Negrete. Same college and I can't imagine something happening at what seemed like a safe school. I've had several nightmares over the years about what could have happened. How the mind wanders.
     
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  2. Rob774

    Rob774 Well-Known Member

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    Amy Bradley, the young woman who went missing while on a cruise ship with her family in 1999.

    It hits me because we are only a few weeks apart in age, and around the time she was taken, I was getting married. She should of been starting the phase of her life as well. So many people have seen her after her abduction, but couldn't do enough at the time to save her. This case was one of the rare ones where the victim was seen by multiple people shortly after her kidnapping. It would of been so much better if she was killed almost right away. Instead, it looks like she was probably secs trafficted for years.
     
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    Monique Daniels.... can’t get it out of my head
     
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  4. Sunset

    Sunset Well-Known Member

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    The Elisa Lam case.

    I have no idea why it haunts me as much as it does. Perhaps because of the fact that we both are the same age. I was a University student in Singapore during that time, away from my home country. I used to spend most of my time alone, working in my room. My room was in the 22nd floor and I have to take the elevator everyday. Each time I rode that elevator, I thought of her.
    It's been so many years, yet I come back here to see if there is any new development on it.
     
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    dms Well-Known Member

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    Johnny Gosch
     
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    MelmothTheLost Well-Known Member

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    What on earth does this mean? GIs bringing souvenirs back from Vietnam, Korea or Japan/SE Asia?
     
  9. margarita25

    margarita25 Well-Known Member

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    Me too, Sunset. I posted the same thing upstream.

    Another case haunting me, I have a personal connection to this case, any and all help is appreciated:

    CO - Margaret 'Margo' Hillman, 14, Lyons, 24 Sept 1983
    https://www.websleuths.com/forums/s...-Margaret-Margo-Hillman-14-Lyons-24-Sept-1983
     
  10. Armchair-reader

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    That's what I'm thinking. Maybe someones GI dad or grandpa died. They cleaned out his house and WTH😱😳. Ditched the skull?
     
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    It also bothers me that someone was handling it so much they had to keep glueing the teeth back in.
     
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  12. margarita25

    margarita25 Well-Known Member

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    Is there a thread for him?
     
  13. Hatfield

    Hatfield Well-Known Member

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    I know this thread was started a long time ago and just wanted to mention that there is another thread called "If you could know the answer to 1 unsolved case" in another place on the forum and it may have some discussion to some of the same cases.

    I put the link below in case anyone wants to check it out. These old cases haunt me too and I pray that someone can get some answers for some of them. Its so sad to read some of them. :(

    https://www.websleuths.com/forums/s...-you-could-know-the-answer-to-1-unsolved-case
     
  14. Hatfield

    Hatfield Well-Known Member

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    JMO
    It bothers me too and it is a scary case. So much mystery surrounding the case and the fact it occurred at the Cecil Hotel is what makes it very scary to me.

    There was a TV special about murders allegedly committed by people that stayed at the Cecil Hotel. So its a scary place to begin with. I could not believe how many murders were allegedly connected to people at that hotel.

    The infamous Black Dhalia case
    The Night Stalker - Richard Ramirez was rumored to have stayed there
    Quite a few others

    Elisa likely had no idea the place was kind of dangerous to begin with.
    The thing most mysterious to me is the video footage of her on the elevator. It really was like there was a ghost she was seeing. And it would not surprise me if she saw a real ghost.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cecil_Hotel_(Los_Angeles)
     
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    As I mentioned, I was living in the 22nd floor when it happened. There were so many days when I was going up that elevator doing some hand gestures, talking to myself ( yes, I talk/think aloud to myself when I am alone). It was a time where all of the graduate students had to spend more than 10 hours to study/work. Ofcourse, in the video she seemed to be more restless and under the influence of something. But a lot of comments came out regarding the video that she must be crazy, experiencing psychotic stuff to be talking when no one was there, kind of hit me close, you know. A Paranormal stuff, stalker, etc can be totally true. That place gives me creeps too. It's like it lures creeps and obliviously unaware victims.
     
  16. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    Because of the mounting drill, it sounds like a “trophy” skull someone brought back from Vietnam, is my guess. That, in addition to the glued in teeth.
    Despicable, and very sad at many levels.
     
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    You're absolutely right it is disgusting. Why anyone would keep a human beings remains as a trophy is beyond my comprehension.

    I am haunted by Elizabeth and Lyrics case, William Tyrrell's, Jessica Heeringa's and Abigail and Liberty's I think about these cases often and pray about them.
     
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    WhimsicalWillow All of my posts are MOO & accuracy not guaranteed

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    Maura Murray
     
  19. morf13

    morf13 Ver. Insider Golden State Killer & Zodiac Killer

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    Podcast episode about Nancy Jo Canode's case-

    Episode 15 Nancy Jo Canode - The Murder in My Family
     
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    William of Norwich.
     

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