Did anyone else see this press release: Project Dead Zone is a quest for truth in Arkansas, Louisiana and Texas. This area, dubbed the Dead Zone, has been the stomping ground for serial killers such as Robert Charles Brown and former truck driver James Wood. The Dead Zone is an area believed to stretch from the northwest corner of Louisiana, bordering eastern Texas - and including parts of Arkansas since Arkansas is only a short distance north and sometimes referred to as the Ark-La-Tex. There is a major highway running north-south to Shreveport as well as east-west (1-20) through Shreveport a crossroad point for many travelers. A great number of people men, women and children have been lost in this zone some been found murdered and others are still missing. Here are some of the cases of missing persons in northwest Louisiana alone: Bienville Parish Robert Earl Davis, also known as Mook, 42, of Ringgold, last seen on Nov. 28, 2002, walking in the 700 block of Stateline Road five miles north of Ringgold. He has Down syndrome. Caddo Parish Kristi Gwen OPry, 36, was last seen July 19, 1996 at her sisters house on Meriwether Road in Shreveport. She left the home around dusk to run errands with a friend who later said he dropped her off at what was then Southpark Mall and now Summer Grove Baptist Church. April Brown, 44, was last seen at her home in Mooringsport on July 6, 2001. Family members said April left home about 9:30 p.m. with an unknown male driving an early 90s model dark-colored Chevy Cavalier. The man she accompanied was described as white, about 6 feet tall and with brown hair over his ears and long side burns. Claiborne Parish Rodney Capers, 36, of Homer, last seen July 14 walking near the intersection of state Highway 531 and U.S. Highway 79 in Minden. He was carrying a Bible and backpack. Bossier City Penelope M. Madanat, 23, of Bossier City, last seen leaving Cowboys nightclub now Rockin Rodeo on Oct. 26, 1991. Darrell M. Wells, 31, of Bossier City, last seen on Dec. 25, 2001, after leaving his parents home in Bossier City. His pickup was found five days later in a Bossier City parking lot near the Shreveport-Barksdale Bridge. Bossier Parish Clinton Nelson, 21, last was seen visiting friends Sept. 1 at a Princeton residence. He had moved from South Dakota to the Haughton area to stay with his father, his mother said. Nelson left behind a $2,000 paycheck and had no transportation, credit cards or financial means other than maybe a few dollars in cash. Gregory Alonzo Vice, Jr., 23, of Princeton, last seen March 21, 2000, on state Highway 71 south of Bossier City. Detectives suspect foul play. DeSoto Parish Lurline Dewitt, 77, of Mansfield. Reported missing Sept. 27, 1996, after her son awoke to find her missing and a carport door open. Syble Brumley, 76, of Mansfield. Was last seen April 28, 1997. Damage to the front door and items in disarray inside the house indicate she was taken by force. Deshanna D. Gray, 28, also known as DeeDee, reported missing Nov. 22, 2000, from Logansport. Last seen getting into a truck with someone in the Japan Quarters. Constance Anderson, 19, of South Mansfield. Reported missing Jan. 24. Last seen at her home. She left the house with her cell phone. Natchitoches Parish Wilson Demars, reported missing in June 1988 from Natchitoches Parish. Additional details are unavailable. Kara Vaughn, 39, reported missing Nov. 11, 1993, from her mothers residence in Natchitoches. Last seen in a 1978 Honda Civic with California license plates. Michael Orsborn, 38, of Provencal. Last seen Jan. 31 about one mile from his residence. Car found in a ditch. Project Dead Zone is book project spear-headed by Cold Case Investigations, For more information about Project Dead Zone or to provide an anonymous tip email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit coldcaseinvestigations.org. Does anyone have information on these cases?