Monday, August 4, 2014


Hello Everyone,

I know I said I was going to post last August, but I got a new full time job and didn't get a chance. I do miss blogging to tell you the truth. I want my comeback to be extra special so if you guys want me to blog about a particular case, just comment below and I will look into the case and provide my feedback along with the history of the case. I do like unsolved cases because it makes them mysterious. I know a lot of my audience liked my blog of Collen Wood which is very much appreciated. I hope in each one of my cases that someone reads them and knows something and has the guts to give the police a tip. This is what my blog is all about. Again I am looking to write a new blog different case. If you have one in mind let me know.

Christy D.

Monday, August 12, 2013

Reason for no blogs lately!!

Hi everyone,

I am sorry that I haven't been able to put up a blog lately since the Boston Explosions. I have been preoccupied with work since I work in a law firm. I am however working on my next blog, so don't get disappointed. You will like my next one. Keep visiting my website for new blogs. Have a nice day everyone.


Christy D.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The Boston Marathon Bombings

Update April 19, 2013 10:33am, South Texas:

Late night Wednesday April 18, 2013, Boston Police went on a pursuit against what is believed to be 2 wanted suspects just outside of Boston. Suspect No. 1 is Tamerlan Tsarnaev, 26, and Suspect No. 2 is Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, 19. A late night chase between the suspects and police has left one of the suspects dead 26 year old Tamerlan Tsarnaev. Suspect No. 2 is currently on the run. Getting my information live from a police scanner it appears as if they have detained a 60 yearl old man and is currently on the ground by police officers belived to have some sort of explosive device under his brown jacket and some type of switch on his hand. They have not said if this person is of interest to the bombings, but after he is cleared of any explosives they will find a secure place to detain him for questioning. Police have lockdown a 20 block perimeter to be cautious. Suspect No.2 is still on the run. A Massachusetts Police State Spokeperson has just told reporters the 60 year old man is of no connection to the bombings. The uncle of the two men is urging his nephew to turn himself in. He stated that the last time he had contact with his nephews was 4 years ago.
The chase began at approximately 10:20 p.m. Thursday when police said the bombing suspects robbed a 7-Eleven store in Cambridge. Minutes later, police said, the men shot and killed an MIT campus officer responding to the robbery call. The terror suspects then carjacked a Mercedes-Benz with the driver inside and fled, eventually letting  the driver go. They were then spotted in Watertown where they exchanged dozens of rounds of gunfire with patrol officers. It has been confirmed they are from Russia and have been living in the states since 2001.

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.