Meet & Greet for New Members

Discussion in 'Welcome To Websleuths' started by Laura Mountford, May 30, 2018.

  1. poco

    poco A cat will blink when struck with a hammer.

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  2. poco

    poco A cat will blink when struck with a hammer.

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    Found it. Thanks!
     
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  3. savethebees

    savethebees New Member

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    Hi, I'm new here and just wanted to join to see if I can help on anything. I guess we all imagine that we'll help solve something, even if we just contribute a small detail. Cheers!
     
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    truefinder1998 New Member

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    Here to be a fresh set of eye's being a women i feel like i should do something if i can to help these ladies out
     
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  5. ardean

    ardean Well-Known Member

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    I feel that group thought and focus bring positive energy to a case. I don't look at every case but some just hit me a certain way and I want to help. Joining a SAR group and volunteering time is the best thing I could think of. But just discussing and sharing ideas are a great thing. You will likely help solve a case. Many different people with different thought processes are combining here.
     
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  6. savethebees

    savethebees New Member

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    Thanks for the kind words!
     
  7. Harlekwin

    Harlekwin New Member

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    Hi, I'm new here. Located in Pittsburgh pa
    I grew up in butler pa and in the late 80s early 90s a woman named Peggy Ann Vogel was murdered. A man named Gary Meinert was convicted of the killing but a witness saw a stocky man with who she thought was peggy late the night of the murder. Meinert was tall and rangy. Also the bloody shoe prints were smaller than Meinerts shoe size. I have always wondered about this case and think Meinerts wife railroaded him because they were in the middle of a divorce. Thoughts?
     
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  8. Laughing

    Laughing Rarely Speechless

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    Can you link a newspaper article about this? Part of the beauty of WebSleuths is backing up opinion with facts.

    Was there a thread about this murder?
     
  9. ConundrumPonderer

    ConundrumPonderer New Member

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    I’m a WS Boot too, GoneHammie, nice to meet you! It’s always an honour to meet anyone in LE and I look forward to your thoughts and ideas. To me, WS is fortunate to have such invested and concerned members, which was why I lurked, reading, for so long. WS is like an internet neighbourhood canvass, where much can be gleaned
     
  10. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    Please look at the Julia Niswender thread. An EMU coed murdered in her off campus apartment six years ago. Her grandparents are desperate for help. Thank you in advance.
     
  11. LadyL

    LadyL Well-Known Member

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    Hi there. We're always excited to have LE's perspective. If you become verified, you can post your expertise without having to provide MSM links. I hear it's a short, easy process.

    Here's a link and Welcome to Websleuths!

    Verified Professional and Insider Members
     
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    edwardwilson New Member

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    Hello, I'm Edward and I'm also new here. Nice to meet you all
     
  13. L4dyBu971

    L4dyBu971 Member

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    Hi all,
    I am new to WS. I heard about this forum on a recent docu-series I watched on Amazon called The Killing Season. I was excited to hear that there was a site dedicated to expanding the arms of the investigators, and including the public.
    I have a huge interest in forensics, human behavior, justice, doing the right thing and being helpful in anyway I can... I also like to investigate, and solve puzzles. That being said, I feel like this site is right up my alley!
     
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  14. lonetraveler

    lonetraveler Well-Known Member

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    WELCOME!
     
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    pinball Former Member

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    Welcome! New here too!
     
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    Bugurl747 Well-Known Member

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    From one Bugurl to another...~: Welcome :~...
     
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    PatLaurel Well-Known Member

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    Just introducing myself…

    I'm an avid researcher, passionate about genealogy and cold cases.

    I became passionate about cold cases, especially missing and unidentified persons when i was building my family tree. It all started 11 years ago, everything was going well until I got stuck with a great-great-grandfather. He vanished somewhere in South America and probably went to Mexico or the USA. Not being able to find him led me to all the missing persons and unidentified bodies websites worldwide. I still haven’t find my great-great-grandfather and, along with him, i now have I few more people (my pet cases) about whom I would like to have "my" questions answered and give them a name.


    I probably won’t be of much help due to language barrier but i’ll give my best to express myself well.

    Thanks for accepting my registration.

    Blessings,
    Pat
     
  18. CoverMeCagney

    CoverMeCagney Well-Known Member

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    Hi Pat, and welcome!!

    It sounds like you would be able to help on the unidentified forums, there are some amazing researchers on there who have found quite a few matches. Why don't you have a look at a couple of cases, you may find some you've already covered.

    Here's the section of the forum with all the cases listed:
    The Unidentified

    Boa sorte!
     
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    PatLaurel Well-Known Member

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    Hi and thank you!
    I will have a look... I'm sure i'll have a lot to read for the next few weeks!

    Obrigada CoverMeCagney! :)
     
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    melodyl Well-Known Member

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    Hello Pat, very nice to meet you. I have a lot of varied interests but Websleuths and missing persons are among the top. A lot of these cases break my heart, but then there are others that prove that there is good in the world - it's all around us & that miracles do happen. I hope to run into you on the threads; will definitely be reading those of your missing family member(s) from your family tree. Registering here at Websleuths has given you access to some of the best sleuthers and I know they will do all that is within their power to assist you in your search.
    Have a wonderful evening,
    Melody
     
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