Anniversary posts, just for the heck of it

I posted an anniversary remembrance for Amanda “Nikki” Campbell earlier today. Just because I have nothing else to do I thought I’d post the other Charley Project cases who vanished on December 27. Don’t expect me to make a habit of these, though. I’ve got enough to do without posting an anniversary list every single friggin’ day or even every week. I’ll do this as a once-in-awhile treat, if I do it again at all.

Melvin Horst, 1928 (85 years)
Joanne Elaine Coughlin, 1974 (39 years)
Rebecca Pauline Gary, 1988 (35 years)
Raymond S. Mutchler, 1989 (34 years)
Lisa Renee Zochowski, 1990( 23 years)
Amanda Nicole Eileen “Nikki” Campbell, 1991 (22 years)
Windsor Dennan Thomason, 1991 (22 years)
Bertha Michelle Burkholder, 1992 (21 years)
Phyllis Ellen Lewellen, 1996 (17 years)
Richard Edward McCrary, 1999 (14 years)
Stephen Horace Pearson, 2000 (13 years)
Karen Jo Smith, 2000 (11 years)
Fatil Algul, 2001 (12 years)
Laura Leticia Ramirez, 2002 (11 years)
Earnest Lee Franklin, 2003 (10 years)
Gabriel Scott Johnson, 2009 (4 years)
David M. Mekvold, 2010 (3 years)
Gabriel Scott Johnson, 2009 (4 years)
Dan Binh Nguyen, 2010 (3 years)
Isabeth Yanez, 2010 (years)
Lacey Marie Buenfil, 2011 (2 years)
April Michelle Pickens, 2011 (2 years)

This list turned out much longer than I thought it would, actually. Has it really been THAT long since baby Gabriel Johnson was kidnapped? And we’re still no closer to an answer, even any kind of legal resolution, to his disappearance.

7 thoughts on “Anniversary posts, just for the heck of it

  1. Jose December 27, 2013 / 9:56 am

    Melvin disappeared in 1928 not 1925 I sent you a pic for Melvin Charles Horst.

    • Kat December 30, 2013 / 9:43 pm

      Me, too. Thought I reloaded the page but going to try again……

  2. Kat December 30, 2013 / 9:45 pm

    And when I click on Karen Smith, the whole file has lines through it. What the heck?

  3. Angie January 8, 2014 / 1:04 pm

    Fatih Algul’s disappearance sounds a LOT like a dissociative fugue state. His depression could have precipitated it or maybe even withdrawal from his medication. Still doesn’t explain why he never turned up, though.

  4. jennifer June 20, 2014 / 8:09 pm

    Curious as to which day of the year has the most disappearances. Wonder if it coincides with holidays? Or is there a certain day of the week someone might be “more likely” to go missing?

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