I’m so sorry this is late, I missed the little bell. I’m re-listening to the show, if I get the ep I will post, IIRC it was just a passing mention, along with several names, about cases which may or may not be linked, but I can’t recall if JH was talking about likely or unlikely cases. I think it’s important because people looking into Keyes have gone back, revisited cases they dismissed with new info and changed opinion, including JH. Which IMO is the thing with Keyes. Locking down where he was at any time is (by his design) nigh on impossible, so honestly I only ‘rule him out’ if there’s another, stronger suspect.ah, i didn't know that. do you remember if it was the most recent episode of true crime bs? i actually did write to Josh about a year and a half ago about why i think Keyes might be considered in Brandon's disappearance, and never heard back. But i'm sure he gets a lot of emails, or maybe it went to spam or something. I'd just be happy to have someone else take a look into it.
Brandon seemed to be quietly put on ViCAP with nothing more publicly said about it, which is very interesting to me. So, if not Keyes, maybe there is someone else LE is suspecting.
I think about Deanna all the time too. I worked for Star Market, the company where she was employed, for over 30 years at a different location. I remember so well when this terrible murder happened, we were all very shocked and saddened. I cannot understand why there has been no justice for Deanna and her family with all the advancements in DNA technology. Something has never been right about this investigation, as though evidence was swept under the rug, the initial procedures botched, something...Deanna is always on my mind, wish I could do more for her
- Sierah Joughin. This was the murder that brought me to websleuths. A beautiful young lady riding her bike home alongside cornfields after an afternoon with her boyfriend. And then this monster comes along and abducts her, takes her to a room full of horrors and eventually murders her. I just can’t wrap my brain around how horrifying it must have been for her. I cry every time I think of it.
- Danielle Stislicki. An extended family member of mine through marriage. Still never found. I worked near her workplace, and my boyfriend lived in the apartment complex she lived in at the same time this happened. The sicko who did this had a wife who was dying of cancer. He was later jailed after attempting to rape a jogger in a popular recreational area here. He still won’t give up any information about Danielle.
- Carly “Charli” Scott and her unborn baby. Stephen Capobianco is a heartless monster.
- Julia Niswender. Another case local to me. I spent many college nights partying in the apartment complex she was found murdered in. I just can’t believe it is still unsolved. My heart breaks for her twin sister, Jennifer.
My son's case. It's been over 25 years and we even got a conviction but the way justice worked in his case I have NO CLOSURE. I am also new here and still trying to figure out how to post the case here as we have a lot of questions that I think many of you could answer. for example can you get DNA from a 25 year old swab of vomit taken at the murder scene now???
Thanks I'll try thatI am so so sorry for your loss.
You can hit the "Report" button on your own post and ask a moderator how to create a post (or maybe they will for you). They may give you information on how to be a "verified insider" for your son's case. Then you'd be able to post your thoughts freely as his relative.
Wishing you much kindness and support.
Holy moly----talk about evil!!! Was she a suspect when all those peopleThe Case of Rosemary Ndlovu - South Africa
" a South African convicted serial killer and former policewoman who was convicted in the deaths of six people – her live-in partner and five of her relatives – between 2012 and 2018. Her motive was to live off of their life and funeral insurance policies, having collected as much as R1.4 million (US$93,000) at the time of her arrest. In 2021 Ndlovu was sentenced to six concurrent life terms for the murders and a total of thirty years; 10 years for four fraud counts, 10 years for each of the seven incitement to commit murder charges and 10 years for the attempted murder of her mother"
Recently a few documentaries have been made on this case.
For those interested: Rosemary Ndlovu
So many, mostly those involving children: Summer Wells, Casey Anthony (lack of justice), and Haleigh Cummings.