The Unsolved: Edward “Mitt” Croley

          This month’s unsolved murder brings us to upstate New York to examine the case of a young man who vanished in March of 1991, only for his remains to be discovered nearly a year later, fifteen miles away. This is a case that has very little information available to the public. It’s a case that …

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The Unsolved: Alberta Jones

          This month’s unsolved murder post is one of the more culturally significant ones we’ve examined. Of course, all people matter and all victims deserve to have their stories told, but today we will be delving into the unsolved murder of a civil rights icon named Alberta Odell Jones. How did Alberta Jones end up in …

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The Unnamed: Sebastian Pasqual

          This month's Doe case is an especially strange one - we possibly know what his name was, because investigators found someone that knew him in life. And you may notice that I’m using “he” instead of “they” in this post - that’s because we know how the Doe identified his gender in life.  How did …

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The Unsolved: Georgette Bauerdorf

          This month’s unsolved murder takes us all the way back to the 40’s in Old Hollywood. An aspiring actress and oil heiress moved to Hollywood to pursue her dreams. Two months later she was found strangled to death in her apartment. Who attacked Georgette Bauerdorf, and why is the case still unsolved more than three …

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The Unsolved: Gunther Stoll

          This month’s unsolved murder case is one that has grabbed the attention of the internet, though it has never come close to being solved. Amateur sleuths do love their codes after all. So, what is YOGTZE, and why did Gunther Stoll write it down right before his untimely death? Let’s explore. Who Was Gunther?           Gunther …

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The Unsolved: Betsy Aardsma

         When someone heads off to college, it’s assumed that they are moving onwards and upwards in life. Campuses are meant to be safe places. Libraries are meant to be quiet bastions of learning. This month’s unsolved murder revolves around a young woman enrolled at Penn State who walked into the library one night, and was …

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