Resolved: Rainbow Falls Doe

          This month’s Doe case deviates from my attempts to shed more light on BIPOC cases, so to make up for it I will be covering two linked missing men of color next month. I feel that it’s important to show the good news side of true crime as well, so we all remember that these […]

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The Missing: Paula Jean Welden

Who Was Paula?           Paula Jean Welden was born in 1928 to well-known engineer, architect, and designer William Walden. He was a very influential man, which will come into play later. Paula was the oldest of four children. By all accounts, she was a typical young woman – well liked and dealing with navigating life the […]

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The Unnamed: Sumter County Does Part II

          This is one of the most frustrating Doe cases I’ve ever read about. We have so many clues about these people. They boy had very distinctive features. Why can’t anyone find a string to follow here? This second part was very frustrating to research and is ultimately not satisfying. There are no answers here, and […]

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Resolved: The Lime Lady

          I was preparing a different post for this week, but some incredible news has come up and I need to shout it from the rooftops. The DNA Doe Project has done it again! Nearly forty years after her unidentified body was found shot to death in Oklahoma, the so-called “Lime […]

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The Missing: Christopher Kerze

Prior to the Disappearance           Christopher Matthew Kerze was born on February 19, 1973 in Eagan, Minnesota. By all accounts, his childhood and teen years were normal. He lived with his parents and the family owned a dog. Christopher was a member of the swim team and band, where he played […]

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