Friday, December 28, 2012

The Boy In The Box (America's Unknown Child)

My most recent posts are going to be about cold cases that not the police, but America has forgotten. I want to remind anyone about cases that have gone unsolved for decades, maybe someone now might remember something or has any kind of lead to solving this crimes. We as one nation need to come together and help investigators solve this horrifying crimes and bring justice to the innocent lives taken away.  



The Boy In The Box
Date:  February 25, 1957
Victim:  Unidentified
Age:  Approximately 4 to 6 years old
Location Then secluded Fox Chase area in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Summary: On February 25, 1957 and unidentified body of a boy approximately 4 to 6 years old was found naked and battered in cardboard box in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  The boy was described as having blue eyes, fair complexion and medium to light brown, crudely cut hair.  His nails were noted as being neatly trimmed.  He had deep bruises covering much of the his body and face and experts speculate that due to the cold weather, the child may have been lying in that box between 2-3 days to 2 to 3 weeks.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Disappearance Of Colleen Wood

I spend my days working and after that I spend my days watching the Investigation Discovery Channel. Yesterday particularly, I saw an episode on Disappeared about a young woman named Colleen Wood. As you might already know I am fascinated with all this types of cold cases and I don't want to be left behind on trying to help solve a case. If you have any information on the missing person below contact Fort Lauderdale police or comment on my post. 


Gender: Female
 DOB: 12/2/47
Height: 5’0”
Weight: 115 to 120 lbs.
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Gray and/or blonde
Remarks: Last seen 12/28/00 


Colleen Wood was reported missing on April 16, 2001 by her son Michael Tandarich. She is originally from Ohio and was last seen in Fort Lauderdale. She was last heard from in late December of 2000. 

Friday, August 31, 2012


On the night of March 13, 1997 witnesses claim UFOs where seen over the sky of Phoenix. One resident Krzyston shot an amateur video of lights flying over his home in a “V” formation. Michael Krzyston was not the only eyewitness that evening. Thousands of Arizona residents claimed to have seen the exact same formation of lights. Were the lights UFOs? Many of the eyewitnesses were immediately convinced.
Like always the government came up with a simple explanation:

“The 104th fighter squadron of the Maryland Air National Guard’s 175th wing was conducting a night training exercise in the vicinity of the mysterious lights. What they were doing was dropping night illumination flares over the north tactical range at Luke Air Force and a lot of people seem to think that those flares could in fact have been the quote, unquote, mysterious lights.''

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

The McStay Family: Update 2014

UPDATE: January 15, 2014

On November 11, 2013, a biker found human remains of four people in the desert of northern  Victorville, California. The bodies had been buried in shallow graves. On November 13, the remains were positively identified as those of the entire McStay family using dental records. In the days after the discovery of the bodies, the father of Joseph McStay said the police investigation had been faulty, and that he had made formal complaints about the investigation in 2011. Yet, the murder of the McStay family still remains a mystery.

Help Bring The McStay Family Back Home
For those out there who don't know who the McStays are: They are a family of four that went missing from their home in Fallbrook, CA, in February of 2010.
Apparently, Joseph McStay, 40 and his wife Summer McStay, 43 left home in their Isuzu Trooper on the night of February 4 with their two children- Gianni,4 and Joseph,Jr., 3. Aside from a call made from Joseph's cellphone to one of his co-workers, the family was never heard from again. There was no sign of forced entry into their California home, which they had just recently moved into. On February 8, the trooper was towed from a mall parking lot within a walking distance from a crossing border into Mexico.
The police analyzed surveillance video footage from the crossing that night. The police concluded that a group walking across the border- a man holding that hand of a small boy, followed by a woman holding the hand of another small boy- could very well be the McStays. In the video footage the woman is wearing boots and a jacket similar to the ones owned by Summer, but the family members are saying the man is too tall and too thin to be Joseph McStay. While authorities believe the family may have willingly traveled to Mexico. An Internet search conducted at the McStays residence about children visiting Mexico- the fact they did not return seems to indicate foul play. The family left $40,000 in their personal checking and saving account, money which has not been accessed since their disappearance. Joseph also had $65,000 in business account, and small withdrawals have been made for business purposes only.

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Mysteries we might never understand

I want to explain that I'm not just fascinated by mysteries, ghosts, paranormal activity,etc. I'm obsessed with the topic. Since, I was small I asked questions about everything. " Why, When, How, Where?" When I got an answer back there always had to be proof to justify it. Once it was proved I was ok with it. The problem was when I didn't get an answer or there wasn't any proof. I became obsessed with every situation asking myself, " Why did it happen?" Why was it unsolved?" and " Why was it a mystery?"
A Life Full Of Mysteries
All of this goes back in time since I can remember. You see, I'm full of mysteries myself. I tend to sleepwalk, I rock myself at night while sleeping, and I could stare at you while I'm sleeping I never knew why I did it and the majority of the time I was unaware. A simple answer that many choose to believe is horror movies. I love horror movies and anything to do with the words: scary, suspense, thriller. I'm the kind of girl that doesn't care. If I know something is scary even though I'm frightened to my pants I go. Another reason might just be that my mother used to praise the St.Death. I hate it in my opinion and everything about it. Every time I saw something related to it I would either rip it or destroy it, that's just me.

Sunday, August 5, 2012

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