Meet & Greet for New Members

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

  1. YaYa_521

    YaYa_521 Well-Known Member

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    Hi, all! Thanks for letting me join in on the sleuthing party. I've been lurking and searching for a bit so I'm anxious to get started contributing. First though, I must get familiar with the inner workings here. Please be patient with me and if you see me venturing off into prohibited or dangerous areas, grab my hand and lead me back to safety. Haha

    I look forward to getting to know you. Thanks again!
     
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  2. YaYa_521

    YaYa_521 Well-Known Member

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    Sheeeze, Louise! You're making it waaay too easy to find the important stuff. Oh well, I guess if I ever get in trouble here I wont be able to use the excuse that I couldn't find the rules. Haha

    Thanks for the welcome and info.!
     
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  3. king clopperdoodle

    king clopperdoodle Former Member

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    Longtime lurker, was lost but now I'm found! Hi to you all.
     
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  4. wj801

    wj801 Former Member

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    Hello,
    I listen to a lot of true crime podcasts, and I've heard "Websleuths" mentioned several times. I'd love some suggestions as to what parts of this forum I should look into to get started.
     
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  5. Truecrimegrapple

    Truecrimegrapple New Member

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    Hello everyone! Finally made it to hear,lol. My name is Dan from Scotland but living in Melbourne Australia. I do a True crime podcast (yep another one) called true crime grapple. Interested in most cases but always had an interest in BTK, HH Holmes and the Marc Dutroux case which I recently did a show on.
    Good to be here!
     
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  6. MrsSullivanPsych

    MrsSullivanPsych New Member

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    Hi everyone-
    My name is Megan and I have an affinity for the criminal mind. I'm currently a stay-at-home mom, but have my Master's degree in Forensic Psychology. I did work briefly in a forensic ward of a state hospital and also spent a couple of years assessing veterans for PTSD and other disorders. I'm hoping to start volunteering soon with the police department and would love to help out on cold cases or really anything. Nice to meet you all!
     
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  7. DNAunwound

    DNAunwound New Member

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    Hello All,
    I hope to help on these cases using my experience. I've solved over 40 unknown parentage cases using DNA. I can use those same methods to identify unknown doe individuals or identify perpetrators.
     
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  8. CharmingFeline

    CharmingFeline New Member

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    Hello everyone! Im new here and wanted to say hello.

    I'm 34 and from Merced, California.
    I am a 911 Dispatcher for my county and a lot of these strange emergency calls leave me with so many unanswered questions which has led me to believe bad things happen and people try to cover up the nasty bits to make it look like everything is ok.

    I'm here because a coworker of mine, who shares our love of True Crime, started telling me about the LISK case. I had never heard anything about it which bothered me because I try to keep up on serial killers. So I started looking into it and that led me to the show The Killing Season. I saw this website being used in the show and I was so impressed that this place exists and people have contributed so much!

    Anyway, enough of my rambles. I look forward to reading more posts. Happy Sleuthing!

    -Dominique
     
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  9. BeeEmCee

    BeeEmCee New Member

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    Hello Everyone,

    I am Bernadette from Ireland. I have often read postings/info on this site and decided to join.

    I have no expertise with regard to psychology/forensics/anything to do with police matters. I do have an avid interest in cold cases as well as ongoing ones.

    Thank you for having me.
     
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  10. Steleheart

    Steleheart WS Liaison Staff Member WS Liason

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    Welcome BeeEmCee! I don't have any of those qualifications either. I just try to learn what I can. Enjoy your Sleuthing!
     
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  11. BeeEmCee

    BeeEmCee New Member

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    Thanks Steleheart. Much appreciated.
     
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  12. Ryuk

    Ryuk Well-Known Member

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    Hello all.

    I stumbled upon this place as I read about a missing girl case in my home city (Hull), currently high profile in the UK media.

    I'll not disturb you all. Instead I shall get back to reading :)
     
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  13. POOL_OF_ZENDA

    POOL_OF_ZENDA New Member

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    Hello to everyone from bonnie Scotland on the windswept isle of Great Britain....great to be here.

    I have had a longtime fascination with Jack the Ripper and it has extended out to other true crime cases. I hope to make a few videos on a couple of cases I'm interested in, old, solved cases but ones I find interesting.

    Hope I can contribute as one of the many neurons that make up the glorious brain that is websleuths.
     
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  14. Gypseygirl

    Gypseygirl Former Member

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    Hello everyone! Please bear with me as I learn how to maneuver this site. I became interested in Missing/Cold Cases at a very young age as there were several cases in my hometown that still remain unsolved and several persons never found. At the age of 12, a school friend and I were walking a rural Rd on the outskirts of the Village we lived, and we narrowly missed being abducted and 40 years later I am still haunted by the fear and can still see the man, brush cut, mirrored sunglasses, turquoise convertible with white leather interior....
     
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  15. Smedders70

    Smedders70 New Member

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    Hi everyone I have been reading for a while and I have jumped in and joined many thanks for having me
     
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  16. Bampot

    Bampot Active Member

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    Hi everyone, bampot from Scotland here. Interested in the UK cases. Really love the site, have been lurking for a few weeks.
     
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  17. nancygraceless

    nancygraceless Former Member

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    (N)ancygraceless here, nee nancygraceland (but never nancygraceful).
     
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  18. THEmittens

    THEmittens New Member

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    Hello to all the fellow websleuthers. I joined a while ago but had trouble logging in. Am from Northern England but have lived in the US and Canada and love retruning to visit old places and new. Am compelled to post due to the Libby Squire case, I have a daughter similar age at Uni, so hits very close to home. Have a long time interest in older cases too, especially the really REALLY weird ones like Jeffrey Alan Lash. *waves* to all, especially nancygraceless above me, great user name!
     
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  19. kc141

    kc141 New Member

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    Thanks for allowing me to join your forum. I have been reading on here for a while and find the cases most interesting . I love the links and info on further reading and resources, Thanks to all of you who have provided these, and a special thanks to the creator/s of Web Sleuths.
     
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  20. Kahli

    Kahli New Member

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    Hi everyone,

    I first heard about this website on the podcast Up and Vanished, and I'm excited to discover a community of online sleuths!

    I'm a Canadian writer. I've been focused on a (26 years cold) murder case for the last few years, with the intention of writing a non-fiction book about it. From what I understand, I can't begin a new thread until I have ten posts, so I'll noodle about on the forums until I reach that number. (It looks like there isn't an existing discussion for this case-- the murder of Krystal Senyk by Ron Bax-- though it's received a lot of attention over the years.)
     
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