Discussion in 'Welcome To Websleuths' started by Laura Mountford, May 30, 2018.
Hello! I'm Aria, 21 and from England. It's nice to *virtually* meet you all!
Welcome to Ws ariaharlow, nice to meet you!
Ahh, perfect, thank you! I'm still trying to figure out how to navigate the site.
Hello! I just joined today also. My ancestors were from Yorkshire!
Welcome to Ws Kls2kezer!
Do you know why he left? Is it for certain that he isn't a missing person due to unfortunate circumstances?
Another newbie here!
I'm Sofie, 30 and from Belgium. I work at an animal shelter (mostly with the cats). I enjoy to watch movies
(especially horror) and listen to music. Also love to play the guitar and video games.
I'm particularly interested in serial killers and unsolved cases. Strolled into true crime when i was a teen.
It's more the psychology behind the murders.
What drove the killer? What is his background?
I hope to learn a lot more here.
Welcome to Ws! You may want to check out threads within these forums...
THE KILLING SEASON
Welcome aboard. You have come to the right place.
Hello! My name is Katherine - currently 26 and living in Arizona. I've known about Websleuths for years and finally decided to join!
Welcome to Websleuths. It's an excellent website. Are there any particular cases you'll be reviewing?
Are you interested in any particular unsolved crimes?
Welcome aboard. Are there any particular unsolved crimes you like reviewing?
Welcome aboard. If you like interesting unsolved cases, check out Springfield 3 or jodi Huisentruit. Both cases are very odd.
I've always been drawn to the cases of the Unidentified, such as the Boy in the Box and Valentine Sally. The fact that these people remain nameless is just something that eats at you...
I am a 38 year old fascinated with the ID channel and love listening to crime podcasts and reading crime novels. I am from Texas and currently work in aviation by day and watch crime shows by night.
Hello! My wife’s addiction to true crime tv has finally infected me lol I’ve recently been listening to podcasts on the EAR/ONS - surprised to find how little I knew about the case starting out - and found my way here after learning about armchair detectives (or whichever term that’s preferred) and realizing my own interest in that. Admittedly, I have no real idea about how to begin but I’ve done and enjoyed some other research projects online and think I’ll find similar, if not greater, satisfaction with this endeavor.
Welcome to Ws one and all, it is wonderful to have interesting and varied new members here, dive right in- the water is fine!
Thank you for the warm welcome!
Hello fellow sleuths, I'm excited to join! I am a college journalism student with a lifelong obsession with true crime and mysteries. I recently read "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" and the whole case surrounding the EARS/ONS fascinated me so I have decided to join here and hopefully help in some way. I'm also an avid podcast consumer with my favorite being The Last Podcast On The Left.