http://www.myhometownnews.net/index.php?id=97177 Volusia cold cases coming alive on the Internet Rating: 3.16 / 5 (55 votes) ShareThis Posted: 2012 Sep 28 - 00:13 By Patrick McCallister For Hometown News Carol Lynn Sullivan moved quietly to Osteen from Longwood in July 1978. Then she mysteriously disappeared from her school-bus stop about two months later. Carol Lynn was a small girl, an inch shy of five feet tall. The Deltona Junior High eighth grader was only 80 pounds and she hadn't had much time to make friends at her new school. As the 34th anniversary of her disappearance on Sept. 20, 1978, passed, Volusia County Sheriff's Investigator Chuck Lee, was still working on Carol Lynn's case. One of several for which he and volunteers have been putting information about on the Internet. In Carol Lynn's case, it's a murder he's investigating, not a missing person. The grisly discovery of a skull in a rusted paint can about three miles from Carol Lynn's home crushed hopes that she was alive. That was on Oct. 2, 1978, less than a month after the girl's disappearance. At the time, it didn't seem the skull could be Carol Lynn's. But, on Nov. 9, 1978, area newspapers reported then Volusia County Sheriff Ed Duff announced it was. Investigator Lee doesn't care that 34 years have passed. He has an 8 by 10 photograph of Carol Lynn's skull - probably the last picture of the young girl. Her empty sockets look forward demanding justice. <modsnip> The investigator and volunteers are meticulously turning old pieces of browning case notes into modern electronic files. Soon, he said, dozens of the unsolved cases will be added to others already on the Volusia County Sheriff's website: volusia.org/sheriff. Investigator Lee expects some will come off the site within a few years as the Sheriff's Office names suspects and prosecutions begin. After all, someone recently shared new information with law enforcement about the murders of Harold and Bonnie Butler, a Daytona Beach couple killed in 1957. The Sheriff's Office is investigating. Anyone with information about these or other unsolved crimes, can call Crime Stoppers of Northeast Florida at (888) 277-8477.