A count

Not counting the cases sitting in my “purge” and “resolve” folders waiting to be removed, as of right this minute the Charley Project has 9,475 cases profiled.

I had hoped to make an even 9,500. The site hasn’t grown much in the last year or so, or even the year before that. I haven’t been updating as often as I once did. First there was the Great Headache Crisis and then there was a kind of change in priorities, trying to catch up on all the life I missed during the GHC.

6 thoughts on “A count

  1. Thomas Markinson July 1, 2013 / 2:59 pm

    Do you have anymore information on resolved cases like Victor Gene Donald and Tomasina Suzanne Marchbanks? You only said they were “found safe.” It’s odd that there’s no information online about them being found alive or why decided to go off the grid for so long without telling their families where they were.

    • Meaghan July 1, 2013 / 3:08 pm

      I don’t know about Victor Donald, but I know Thomasina Marchbanks has a Facebook page (under the nickname “Tomi.”)

  2. Thomas Markinson July 18, 2013 / 1:23 pm

    Never mind. I found out how you get the updates. Someone posted the update e-mail on Terry Kelley.

    “Terry Kelley missing from Pomona, CA, has been recovered. Please discontinue dissemination of this poster. Your participation in this program has made a valuable contribution to this recovery.
    Please remove and discard any posters on this case that you have placed in public view.
    Thank you for your support.

    The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children”

    I guess “recovered” means alive though I find it strange that it didn’t make the news if she is alive. She was missing for 40 years.

    • Casi December 2, 2013 / 6:11 am

      She had ran away from home & has been in Indiana for years. Never really thought anyone would miss her or look for her :). I’ll pay more attention to missing persons from now on. So glad she’s met up with her family again!!

  3. Pamela May 4, 2014 / 5:54 am

    Thank you for fascinating website. Looks like a lot of work

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