Select It Sunday was accidentally posted on Friday

Just thought I’d remind you.

I’m planning on updating Benita Chamberlin‘s case on Charley today, with info I discovered when researching her case for this blog. The thought of her ten-day-old, tiny, premature baby girl being suddenly left without no mommy — not to mention the older two kids — is heartbreaking.

6 thoughts on “Select It Sunday was accidentally posted on Friday

  1. holly March 9, 2014 / 4:48 pm

    I can’t imagine any mother voluntarily doing that. I know it happens. But if she was a good mother who took care of her kids, which it sounds like she did, I can’t imagine her just walking away from them. There is one missing person here, but 4 victims – her, and her 3 kids, who grew up all these years not knowing what happened.

    • Diane March 10, 2014 / 2:52 am

      Agreed completely, PARTICULARLY since this was a mother who was making MANY hospital visits a day to breast-feed her underweight, hospitalized newborn child. That kind of devotion shown to her child(ren) indicates that she would NEVER willingly abandon her children. I fear something terrible happened to her and left those three little children motherless.

      (BTW, I presume the police ruled out the soon-to-be ex-husband early in the investigation, and there are other potential monsters out there.)

      • Martie June 30, 2019 / 12:22 am

        I believe that her husband had a fit of rage and struck her, she fell and he got scared and disposed her body off a logging road

  2. Princess Shantae March 9, 2014 / 7:21 pm

    Hey Meaghan. You have Jackie McWaters leaving a Super Bowl party, but she’s supposed to of gone missing in October. No Super Bowls in October!
    Also, Edward Garlinghouse is listed as having disappeared in October of 2013, but that’s just a few months ago. (He died a hero.)
    Wisley Tojil would only be a month old, not 1 year.

    • Meaghan March 9, 2014 / 10:51 pm

      I took some painkillers earlier today. That may be why there are so many errors. I’ve fixed them.

      I dunno about the Super Bowl thing though. I definitely got the date right and the article says she disappeared during a Super Bowl party. Shrug.

  3. V.E.G. June 21, 2014 / 1:21 pm

    Edward Garlnghouse is indeed a hero, and he is a direct descendant of the American Revolution. His skeleton is somewhere in the waters.

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