9 thoughts on “90,352 visits to Charley yesterday

  1. Penny August 28, 2009 / 1:27 pm

    Well, I’m one of the 2500; I don’t just look at Charley when something like this hits the news!

    Saying that; it IS incredible news! Will it have a happy ending though? That little girl must now be an extremely traumatised adult.

    I assume that at some point an age progression was done of Jaycee; I wonder how much it truly looks like her.

  2. emma l August 28, 2009 / 3:17 pm

    Yeah I’ve seen your original Jaycee link all over the place!

    I am also busting to know what she looks like. But I wonder if we’ll ever find out?

    I still can’t believe it happened.

  3. Stina August 28, 2009 / 3:22 pm

    Well done! I’ve visit your blog and Charley Project for about two years now and I think you are doing a excelent work. 🙂

    The news about the girl gives hope. Who knows, maybe in the future you can have more Resolvd cases whit a good ending like Jaycee Lee Dugard-case. 🙂

    Here in Norway your site was mention in the news yesterday :

    “Charley Project is a site that keep the missing in the spotlight, so the world don’t forget the case.”

    Keep up the good work Meghan!

  4. orla August 28, 2009 / 6:48 pm

    Another one of the 2500 regulars here 🙂

    They are just getting into reporting the story in my part of the world and I was filling DH in on JC’s story with the bits they didn’t have on the news.

    His questions – who is Charley and how does he know all this stuff about a missing kid………oy.

    Anyway, I hope the authorities out there in CA have organised some sort of comprehensive family support for JC and her parents and children – I think they are going to need all the assistance they can get.

  5. forthelost August 29, 2009 / 12:31 am

    We got 15,000 visits. And Jaycee isn’t even on our site.

    Damn.

  6. Bill Widman August 29, 2009 / 3:40 am

    I’ve had your link on the Links List of my blog ever since I found out you had a page on Debbie Key. If you go to the Friends of Debbie Key Blog and click on the Charley Project link, you will see it open to that page.
    Anyway, I appreciate that you’ve included our special friend.
    But it wasn’t until today I found out the Charley Project also has a blog, so I guess I’ll be visiting here more often too!

  7. Cheryl August 29, 2009 / 1:40 pm

    About 300 of those visits are mine……I come here everyday except Fri and Sun (my days off)

  8. Lisa August 29, 2009 / 6:08 pm

    I’ve been coming here practically everyday since you started this, and before that your Missing Persons Cold Case Network. This was back when one of the top cases that haunt me, Evelyn Hartley(1953), wasn’t listed on any of the missing sites, and I would send emails asking to please add her case..I think you were first!

  9. Janell August 30, 2009 / 3:07 am

    I am a regular visitor to this site also (for about 3 years). Your site is the most informative about missing people…Great job on all you do!

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