Sean Munger writes about two Charley cases on his blog

My friend Sean Munger runs Charley’s official Twitter account and YouTube channel. (Hey, you! Make more vids!) He has blogged about Charley Project missing persons in the past, and did two more entries, one just today and another from a few days ago.

Today’s entry talks about Michael Owen, an apparent metal head who disappeared three years ago this month. Sean also wrote about Margaret Kilcoyne, a cardiologist who disappeared from her Nantucket home more than thirty years ago after she apparently went off the deep end.

I’m pretty sure Dr. Kilcoyne killed herself, although perhaps not intentionally. No clue about Michael Owen; there just isn’t enough information. He wasn’t even reported missing for more than a year.

4 thoughts on “Sean Munger writes about two Charley cases on his blog

  1. briana May 31, 2013 / 8:03 pm

    would you add to charley project cases from late 1800s? and does charley.org let you update cases and resolve them and save them without posting them?

    • Meaghan May 31, 2013 / 8:29 pm

      I’m not sure what you mean about “update cases and resolve them and save them without posting them.” If you mean without posting the updates/resolves on the updates pages, yes.

      I’d like to add 1800s cases, but I don’t know if I ever actually will. I have so much work as it is, and feel like I ought to focus my efforts on cases of people who might stand a chance in hell of being found.

      • briana June 1, 2013 / 7:13 am

        Well there is not that many that are still viable I think from 1880s and up is good cause that’s when people started taking real pictures. I think

        & can people send you emails with filled in blanks for you so you don’t have to waste your time reading articles such as date of birth, characteristics, details of disappearance, and others.

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