Make-a-List Monday: Really really bad photos, F-J

See the A through E list.

  1. Joyce Alice Fisher
  2. Justine Gabrielle Flynn
  3. Dixie May Forrester
  4. William Henry Forshee Sr.
  5. Iva Mildred Foss
  6. Brenda Kay Foster
  7. Hilda Claudette Frazier
  8. Bernhard Fricke
  9. Elizabeth Dorothy Funchess
  10. William Gaffney
  11. James Anthony Galloway
  12. Emely Yolibeth Gamez-Lopez
  13. Frank Garcia
  14. Mauricio Garcia
  15. Rodolfo Alalberto Garcia
  16. Robert C. Garman
  17. Marvin Cornell Gibbs
  18. Stephanie C. Gibson
  19. Scott Anthony Gilchrist
  20. Elizabeth Walston Godwin
  21. Ronald Gomes
  22. Catalino Gomez
  23. Donna Maria Gonzales
  24. Haskell Wilson Gonzales
  25. Jesus Gonzales
  26. Marcus Hernandez Gonzales
  27. Raymundo Antonio Gonzalez
  28. Curtis Lawrence Goodman
  29. Oded Gordon
  30. Keyshia Graham
  31. Juan Gravado
  32. Craig Jeffrey Graves
  33. Sherie Ann Graves
  34. Katie Michelle Gray
  35. Michael Earl Gray
  36. Deborah Kim Green
  37. Walter Gressley
  38. Joshua Greyson
  39. Michael Grochowsky
  40. Angela R. Gross
  41. Fabian Humberto Gutierrez
  42. Gerald J. Hanrahan
  43. Thomas Allen Hanson
  44. Sharon Harrer
  45. Jennings Lee Hart
  46. Oliver Hart
  47. Richard Burks Hart
  48. Cindy L. Haumann
  49. Robert Hay
  50. Gary Hayward
  51. Jeffrey Keith Hegwood
  52. Mitchell Todd Hein
  53. Martha Smith Helmick
  54. Ronnie Henderson
  55. Dorothy Mae Hendricks
  56. Jerry Sherman Hendry
  57. Sausha Latine Henson
  58. Robin Denise Appel Herring
  59. Roland Himebrook
  60. Kathaleen Elizabeth Hine
  61. Oscar Florence Hintta
  62. Virginia Hollingsworth
  63. Davis Holloman
  64. David Charles Holmes
  65. Frederick Andrew Holmes
  66. Dawn Michelle Holt
  67. John Scott Holt
  68. Gwendolyn M. Hooser
  69. Melvin Charles Horst
  70. Michelle Houchman
  71. Isaac Ray Howard
  72. Jody Fern Howard
  73. Cheryl Huff
  74. Lily Mae Huff
  75. Cary Sue Huie
  76. Francisco Huizar
  77. Thomas Kearny Hull Jr.
  78. Alice Kristina Wehr Hummel
  79. Gary Lee Humphrey
  80. Raymond Lee Hunley
  81. Barbara Jean Pauley Hunt
  82. Dontray Miquel Hunter
  83. David Robert Hursell
  84. Peter Jess Hurst
  85. Refugio Isaguirre
  86. Hattie E. Jackson
  87. Scott Lyons Jacobs
  88. Ruth Alice Jacobus
  89. James Jamison
  90. Kyle David Jansen
  91. Douglas Morris Jarmon II
  92. Tammy Ann Jarvis
  93. Virginia Jewell
  94. Albert Leo Jimenez
  95. Ruth Jimenez
  96. Robin Lynn Jobson
  97. Julie Dalton Johnson
  98. Kester Denmon Johnson
  99. Randy Johnson
  100. Taurean Johnson
  101. Tok Sun Han Johnson
  102. Trina Lakea Johnson
  103. William Johnson
  104. Sidney Edward Johnston
  105. Danny Lee Jones
  106. Gladys Jones
  107. Jerry Von Jones
  108. Marland Dewayne Jones
  109. Pamela Gay Jones
  110. Dietrich Helmut Jonke
  111. Fairlyn Jordan
  112. Orlando Jordan
  113. Song Im Joseph
  114. Marie D. Jost
  115. Guadalupe Juarez-Figueroa
  116. Roger Lenard Jung

9 thoughts on “Make-a-List Monday: Really really bad photos, F-J

  1. Gill Johanne April 20, 2015 / 1:44 am

    Sometimes, through a Google search, we can find better and bigger pictures. The ONLY thing I find downright annoying about the Charley Project is that you CANNOT just copy/paste the name, and right-click to instantaneously search it on Google. This is BEYOND frustrating and irritating. Why is that, and is there any way it could be fixed Thank you, and congratulations for your marvelous work and utmost dedication for missing/UID persons! 🙂

    • Meaghan April 20, 2015 / 2:35 am

      I deliberately got rid of text selection because I was tired of people copying my cases wholesale and posting them on their own sites as if they had written them. I thought to make it a little harder for them. I now wish I hadn’t since it didn’t work and is a bit of a pain, but to remove the code from each casefile would take many tedious hours and I’ve better things to do.

      • Johanne Gill April 24, 2015 / 1:43 pm

        I understand perfectly, Meaghan! But like I said in my previous post, having problems now with my memory and concentration, when I googled a name, I had to go back on the page quite a few times to get it right! LOL! And since English is NOT my first language (nor the 2nd or 3rd, for that matter), some names I find harder to memorize, like “Holly Lynn Davis Calbaugh”, just to name this one. But I just found out a very simple and quick way to bypass this small hurdle, and now I’m smiling from ear to ear! Yet again, my most heartfelt congratulations for your absolutely amazing work on behalf of missing/UID persons, and G-d bless! 🙂

        Most sincerely

        shalom shalom and many greetings from Montréal, Québec, Canada! 🙂

        Johanne

  2. Gill Johanne April 20, 2015 / 1:53 am

    Oh! Another thing…I just don’t know what I find the most egregious : the grotesquely blurry pictures, or the “Few details are available in her/his case”. But when you combine BOTH, you sure are in for some unbearable headaches AND a bad enough case of eye twitching! o.O

  3. Schmoops April 20, 2015 / 2:07 pm

    Oh dear, Gill. You mean you have to type the entire name into Google? And read a sentence you shouldn’t have to?

    Try working 20+ hours a week on a missing person’s website for free, like Meaghan.

    Might give you some perspective…

    • Sue April 20, 2015 / 4:55 pm

      Heh,.At least someone said what I was thinking….

    • Johanne Gill April 23, 2015 / 8:32 am

      First, I am a woman. Second, I am a retired criminologist with well over 3 decades of experience and a doctorate degree in this field. Third : due to diabetis, my vision is impaired. Fourth : Battling metastatic breast cancer and NOT knowing how much time I have to live, E VERY SECOND of my time is precious. Fifth : With all the health problems plaguing me, and rarely leaving home except to go to the hospital for treatments, surgeries, etc, and despite having difficulties with my memory and concentration since I lapsed into a coma last year, I spend an average of TWELVE HOURS A DAY on missing/UID persons cases, on a volunteer basis. IF you would have taken the time to just have a look at my FB page, you would know all of this by now and thus would have spared me your sarcastically insulting reply. One last thing : Gill is my FAMILY name, Johanne is my first name. Just saying.

  4. Melinda April 20, 2015 / 6:40 pm

    I see Gill’s point, although I disagree with the term “egregious”. I would say that the photos are blurry because they are old and maybe they are the only photos available of the missing person. Also, when it says that few details are available in a person’s case, I see how that can be frustrating…but more because of the mystery surrounding certain cases.

    I think that even in cases with plenty of detail about a disappearance, it can be frustrating…some cases really keep me up at night wondering what could have happened! You can’t deny, this stuff makes you rack your brain sometimes.

    Personally I don’t mind searching cases on Google because there is so much information on this site and the Doe Network, but not everyone wants to do that.
    But in Gill’s defense, he did thank her and say that he appreciates her dedication.

  5. Peter Henderson Jr. September 5, 2015 / 5:19 pm

    Meaghan, Here is a couple of better pictures and some additional information about Jody Fern Howard

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