The city of Tinley Park, IL has a
dedicated place on their website with information about the massacre. You can listen to a heavily edited version of the 9-1-1 call that isolates the voice of the perpetrator.
The five women who were murdered February 2, 2008.
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Dana Stidham vanished while running errands for her father. Her badly decomposed body was discovered months later.
The investigators tasked with bringing her killer to justice found themselves entangled in the aftermath of another senseless shooting.
This car is similar to the one seen parked behind Dana’s Dodge Omni the day after she disappeared.
In 1974 Harvey Leach was young, handsome, successful and the Chairman of the Board for Joshua Doore furniture. His gruesome gangland style murder was overshadowed by the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa one year later.
His murder remains unsolved.
Joshua Doore ad from 1973
Joshua Doore ad from South Africa 2014
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Tara and Stephen Grant were living what appeared to be a charmed life. Two lovely children, a house in the suburbs, an au pair to help with childcare, they were the envy of the neighbors. Until February of 2007 when Tara walked out on Stephen and vanished.
The Grants in happier times
Stephen Grant after his capture in northern Michigan.
Murderpedia entry on Stephen Grant
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Blog maintained by the family.
Help Find Nikki Wells
Facebook page — Help Find Tamala ‘Nikki” Wells.
Nikki Wells circa 2012
Nikki’s entry on
The Charley Project.
Please take a moment to share these links with friends and family in the Detroit area. Her family would appreciate it.
Perry Otto Corlew on
The Charley Project. Check out the age progression photo.
Rialto Theatre on Michigan Avenue.
The woods along I-75 near Grayling
Springtime snow along I-75
Robert Richard Lepsy on
The Charley Project.
Dick Lepsy with his wife.
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Williams, Marie-France Comeau and Jessica Lloyd
Be sure to check out the
CanCrime podcast episode on the unique challenges faced by those who represented Russell Williams.
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I highly recommend that you watch his confession. Jim Smyth was masterful.
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Williams and his wife. Behind Williams is his pathfinder, the vehicle he used to transport the body of Jessica Lloyd.
In custody and in the clothing of his victims.
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Andrew, Alexander and Tanner Skelton were last seen on Thanksgiving Day, 2010 in Morenci Michigan. Their mother let them visit their father for the holiday. They haven’t been seen since.
Photo with age progression
Their father, John Skelton claims that he gave the boys away to a group that will protect them. He was sent to prison for custodial interference, if the boys are found alive, he could be released.
John Skelton remains in prison.
For a deep dive into this case, check out Shattered Podcast, they did an entire season on the
Eric’s mother still searches for her son.
The Find Eric Lee Franks
Broke for free – Night Owl
Roberta was close with her daughter Arkeisha and looking forward to the birth of her son.
Marion County Sheriff’s Department produced a short video about this open and unsolved homicide.
View it now.
this handwritten sign was posted at a busy Monroe intersection in January 2016
James in 1996 and an artists rendering of what he might look like today.
View James Cooper’s entry at
The Charley Project.
A small clip of audio from this segment was used in episode seven.
Her fiancee and children brought this poster to a vigil for missing women
Matthew is raising their children and waiting for answers.
The Winnipeg Free Press put together a
chart and map of missing and murdered aboriginal women. The results are startling.
Missing since her 18th birthday in 2008
Jennifer’s parents wait for answers.
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Cindy was last seen driving on 14 Mile Rd in her sporty, silver and black 1984 Ford Tempo.
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