Yesterday or a couple days before, I saw a story on the Lexington news about someone finding a bag of human bones in the storage unit they'd just rented. I figured it was going to be ancient and/or medical in nature. Now they've updated to say that they think they know who the bones belong to... Plus how she wound up in the storage unit far away. And why no one will pay for her death. Doris Anne Wood of Newark, DE. She went missing 7/28/1997. http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/w/wood_doris.html http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1821dfde.html Apparently, the cops suspected her husband around the time of her disappearance but had no evidence that he'd done anything. Well, the reason the people had this storage unit available was because the previous renter had died in 5/2013. It was Doris' husband, who had family in KY. They haven't confirmed anything but it seems very, very likely. lease: Media links: From WKYT (Lexington, KY) http://www.wkyt.com/home/headlines/Bones-found-in-Corbin-storage-unit-226401041.html From CBS (Philadelphia, PA) http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/20...orage-unit-may-be-connected-to-del-cold-case/ From WLEX (Lexington, KY) http://www.lex18.com/news/police-suspect-remains-are-of-missing-delaware-woman ** This case has special interest from me. I didn't know it until I'd read a few of the stories about this that she was actually from Newark. I was conceived in Newark and born in Lexington. She went missing a couple months after I'd graduated high school and became an official "adult."