9 thoughts on “Charley’s Facebook page

  1. Joe Tesoriero September 28, 2014 / 6:36 pm

    I’m number 3000. Do I get a prize? 🙂

    • Meaghan September 28, 2014 / 6:54 pm

      *hands Joe some virtual roses* Thank you!

  2. Cheryl September 29, 2014 / 10:39 am

    The Charley Project is mentioned in this article that discusses the identification of Mary Jane Menard.

  3. Peter Henderson Jr. September 30, 2014 / 8:09 am

    Meaghan congratulating for reaching that milestone.

    BTW you just added Tammy Jo Alexander to Charley a couple of days ago and she is currently a “few details are available” case. However there has been a robust exchange of information on Facebook and its possible that Carl Koppelman has solved one of the best known unidentified Jane Doe cases on record. That of the Doe Networks Case File 1UFNY, Cali Doe.

    I have added Tammy’s best girlfriend in High School (the one who reported her missing 35 yeas later) to my friends list and am endeavoring to find out more about Tammy Jo as a person, regardless if she is Cali or not.

    • Meaghan September 30, 2014 / 5:34 pm

      Yeah, Carl told me he thought she was Cali. I hope this turns out to be true.

    • Peter Henderson Jr. October 1, 2014 / 7:10 am

      Update: For those interested inlearning more about Tammy Jo Alexander’s life before she vanished.

      From C. W. McCall’s song Convoy from the 1978 movie by the same name

      Was the dark of the moon on the sixth of June
      In a Kenworth pullin’ logs
      Cab-over Pete with a reefer on
      And a Jimmy haulin’ hogs
      We is headin’ for bear on I-one-oh
      ‘Bout a mile outta Shaky Town
      I says, “Pig Pen, this here’s the Rubber Duck.
      “And I’m about to put the hammer down.”

      According to her very close high school girlfriend Tammy had the dreams and aspirations of a typical young teenager. A Future Business Leaders of America in high school she talked about going to the University of Florida, while at the same time spoke of her longing to marring her boyfriend Kevin when she turned 18.

      Her dad managed a local truck stop and ”she loved chatting on the CB radio with the truckers,” during a era when movies like ‘Convoy’ and ‘Smokey and the Bandit’ depicted long haul truckers as romantic knights of the interstate.

      Her friend describes Tammy’s personality as “ very outgoing, not a shy bone in her body.”

      At the time she went missing Tammy’s brown hair was frosted blonde in keeping with her favorite song; Rod Stewart’s ‘Blondes (have more fun).’

      For various reason’s Tammy developed wanderlust at a young age. Before she vanished completely she once ran away from home with a girlfriend, hitching rides with truckers, (people she felt she could trust) all the way from Florida to southern California before her friends mother bought plane tickets for both girl to return home..

      She vanished sometime in the late spring of 1979, not January of 1977 as listed in her NamUs profile. Its unknown if she was reported missing the second time.

      Tammy vanished long before authorities learned that some truckers, like Robert Ben Rhoades and John Robert Williams, were serial killers. And decades before the FBI would state, “that serial killers working as long-haul truckers are responsible for the slayings of hundreds of prostitutes, hitchhikers and stranded motorists whose bodies have been dumped near highways over the last three decades.”

      Thanks to her long ago friend Tammy Jo Alexander was added to NamUs this summer, 35 years after she was last seen alive, but make no mistake – she was never forgotten.

      Los Angeles Times

  4. Cece September 30, 2014 / 5:38 pm

    Meaghan, have you been keeping up with all the Hannah Graham updates?

    • Meaghan September 30, 2014 / 5:40 pm

      I’ve seen headlines.

  5. Renee Rowland March 14, 2017 / 5:24 pm

    My brother William Ray Keyes is missing we want to talk to someone about him . My heart is breaking. His Birthday is 7 20 53 . Has been missing for a year. Anyone who I can talk to ?

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