Remember how early this year I asked you guys for help to get the PDF posters from the Minnesota missing persons page?
Well, I visited the site again and there are some people I’d like to add to Charley, but I’m still having the same problem where I get an error message when I try to open the PDFs.
Can you guys who can open the PDFs be so kind as to email me screenshots so I can add those MPs to Charley? Specifically, I need Roger Borowiak, Damon Lee Boyd, Cody R. Christle, John Deeny, Melissa Eagleshield, Larry Franklin, and Marc Welzant.
Thank you in advance.
This week’s Flashback Friday case is Mary Oliva, a 79-year-old woman who disappeared from Wilber, Nebraska in July of 1973. Her husband Frank, 76, disappeared with her. They were never found, and neither was their vehicle. Obviously we’re not going to find either of them alive.
The prevailing theory seems to be that this was a case of murder-suicide, that Frank chose to drive their car into a lake because he couldn’t handle Mary’s health problems. This theory seems to be mostly supposition with little hard evidence to support it, but that doesn’t mean it’s wrong.
R.I.P. Frank and Mary Oliva, wherever you are.
I was pleasantly surprised to see the Charley Project quoted in a Washington Post article about the Julian Hernandez case. I subscribe to the Post and get an email every day with several of their articles; the Hernandez one was one of those. Since I’ve already taken Julian’s casefile down, the Post linked to a cache of it.