Remember the person who wrote to me saying her father was on my site and there were inaccuracies, and I wrote back saying tell me what they are so I can fix them?
Well, she finally replied. Like, almost six months later. And she doesn’t want me to fix the inaccuracies. Just wants the case removed. Sigh.
Tina Marie Sinclair and her fifteen-year-old daughter, Bethany, disappeared from their home in Chesterfield, New Hampshire twelve years ago, on February 4, 2001. The New Hampshire Sentinel-Source did a long, detailed article about the case and the suspicions against Tina’s boyfriend, Eugene Van Bowman Jr. Alas, it looks like the case has stagnated.
I managed to get a February 3 update in at six minutes to midnight. Ten updates, ten new cases, no resolves. A good mix. Got some “few details are available” cases and some reasonably detailed ones, and some little updates and a some larger ones. Got a case of “suspected spousal snuffage” (an awesome phrase I stole from Carl), a pregnant woman with a history of prostitution and crack cocaine use, a teenager who struck out to see the world more than thirty years ago, and a middle-aged lawyer who might very well have either committed suicide or left on his own to escape a life that was falling apart, among others.