As ever…Sunday selections?

Any ideas? This coming Sunday will be male, but I’m open to female suggestions for future Sundays. Again, we’re looking for cases that preferably are post-1985 (cause 1985 and before is Flashback Friday), and haven’t been talked about — either on this blog, or in the news, or updated on Charley — for awhile. But I’m flexible.

(I want to add that I don’t have any preference as to who submits the names. I know I’ve put up Select It Sunday selections multiple times from the same people — that’s just cause they keep coming back with multiple ideas. I look at the selection, not the selector.)

13 thoughts on “As ever…Sunday selections?

  1. Becky July 22, 2014 / 5:53 pm

    How about Kile Flieschmann?

  2. Kelsie July 22, 2014 / 7:01 pm

    this isn’t for select-it sunday, but I had an idea for make-a-list Monday (as I, too, like to make lists)..people who have disappeared while camping, or at a campground. just a thought

    • Meaghan July 26, 2014 / 10:55 am

      I’ll look into it. There might be too many of those to make it practical though.

  3. B July 22, 2014 / 7:17 pm

    Bradyn Fuksa? The five year anniversary of his disappearance was last week.

  4. Kat July 22, 2014 / 9:42 pm

    Christopher Benedetto or Mark Dribin

  5. Julie July 23, 2014 / 1:17 am

    Mark Degner and Bryan Hayes – 12 and 13 yrs old. Ran away from school together in 2005 in Florida. Amazes me how two boys that are so young could be gone for almost ten years with no trace what so ever of them in all this time.

  6. forthelost July 23, 2014 / 12:00 pm

    Some ideas:
    Jondalar Washington
    Isabella Pastrana
    Samantha Mora
    Makenzie Newman
    Desmond Dix
    Tiffany Roberts
    Aaron Turner
    Jitsuro Hiramoto

  7. marycarney July 24, 2014 / 5:36 am

    Shannon Sherrill from Thorntown, Indiana. I know her family, and the girl she was playing with when she vanished.

  8. Peter Henderson Jr. July 24, 2014 / 12:49 pm

    Hi Meaghan, not a suggestion but a possible correction to a resent addition.

    I saw you added Stephan Locke Parker’s profile today. I think its possible you made a minor error, the same one I initially did. The Seattle Words Fair was held between April 21, 1962, and October 21, 1962. Twelve years before Stephan and Linda Lee Lovell vanished.

    By the time 1974 rolled around the only things left were the Space Needle and the Alweg monorail. Several buildings still remain but now hold different venues.

    Anyhow my take on their travels and disappearance.

    The couple, (Stephan and Linda), had traveled from Missoula, Montana to the Marin County, California area. They were traveling up the California coast with their intended ultimate destination being the environmentally themed World’s Fair, known as Expo ’74, in Spokane, Washington, then return to Missoula, Montana . (My interpretation of the information provided on Linda’s NamUs case file MP # 9136.)

    The last day they had verifiable contact Stephan called his parents and Linda sent postcards back home. .

    On June 20, 1974, a travelers check in Stephan Packard’s name was cashed at a store in Westport, Mendocino County, California. This location; going north on Highway 1, would correspond with the couples planned route but it is unknown if investigators have confirmed that Stephan signed it.

    Neither Stephan or Linda have been seen or heard from since.

  9. Sarah July 25, 2014 / 12:27 pm

    how about Jeffrey Coonradt?

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