Virginia Eileen "Chick" Brown-McDermott went missing in the 1950s, but her case was unreported and never received awareness. Please click the article headline to read the full article on her disappearance.
Barbara Sutton-Mitchell, also known as Barbara Lavell, went missing on August 1, 1999 from Monmouth Junction, NJ when she was 50 years old. Have you seen her? Please click the article headline to read the full article.
Nicholas Peter Zizzamia went missing from Cherry Hill, NJ in 1979. A 22-year-old recent Accounting grad at the time, Nicholas had his whole life ahead of him. Please click the article headline to read more about his disappearance.
Clayton Nobuo Onosaki went missing suddenly on July 1, 1978 under mysterious circumstances. He was only 20 years old. There have been no confirmed sightings of him. Have you seen him? Please click the article headline to read the full article on his disappearance.
Missing since 1878, Patrick Doody's case went so cold that it seems to have been forgotten. He is now guaranteed to be deceased, and his body may never be found. However, I wanted to bring light to one of he many socially stale cases that never lived to see the light of the Internet, until now. As I write this, his case has no public information. I learned of his case from a very old news article from 1978. Please click the article headline to read more about his disappearance.
Sathyan Yadav Gokula went missing on or around June 28, 2003 in Bergen County, NJ, which is very close to NYC. Please click the article headline to read the entire article on his disappearance.
The Vandiver family went missing in 1949, but the case has been stagnant ever since. Their "friend" was suspected to have murdered them. Please click the article headline to read more about this family's disappearance.
Helen Irene Allison went missing on May 11, 1972. Her case is very cold and underrepresented. Please click the headline to read the entire article.
Marilyn Milligan went missing in our around June of 1977 from Lexington, Missouri when she was 11 years old. Marilyn's DOB is May 19, 1966. This case has very little online representation. I do not think she is even entered in the Namus database as of yet, as of today in 2017 (as I'm writing... Continue Reading →