Madeleine McCann investigators to keep searching for missing girl until ‘all possibilities have been exhausted’
Authorities end search in river for missing Columbia woman (Mengqi Ji Elledge, who disappeared from Missouri in October 2019)
Three suspects charged with murder after remains found of missing woman (Melanie Steele, who disappeared from Savannah, Georgia in September 2019)
FBI asks for information on missing Iowa girl’s birthday (Breasia Terrell, who disappeared from Davenport, Iowa in July this year)
Missing man last seen at Orlando bus station months ago, police say, (Stanford Knight, who disappeared in August)
HLN Special Examines Case of Timmothy Pitzen, Missing Boy Whose Mom Wrote Taunting Suicide Note (Timmothy’s case on Charley is here, he went missing from Wisconsin in 2011)
Final Sentencing Set For Ohio Man Who Claimed To Be Long-Missing Child From Illinois (he pretended to be Timmothy Pitzen, see above)
Cops seek help finding woman missing for nearly 2 years (Robin Best-Bey, who disappeared from Buena Borough, New Jersey in February 2019)
Police search for Houston woman who went missing nearly 4 months ago (Micaela Helene Roberson, last seen August 15)
Friend says woman found dead at Fort Myers apartments disappeared 2 years ago (Cassandra Clermont)
Missing kids campaign: “I used to talk to her picture on the mantelpiece” (Joanne Ratcliffe and Kirste Gordon, missing from Adelaide, Australia since 1973
B.C. couple in final bid to bring children of their missing daughter back to Canada (kids are not named, but their mother is Kimberlee Kasatkin, missing since since 2016; this is a murder-without-a-body case in Peru)
Daughters still desperate for answers 20 years after mother disappeared from Florida home under suspicious circumstances (Geanna Jones, missing from Jacksonville since 2000)
Officials identify Baby Jane Doe found dead in 1982; suspect is deceased (the baby was also called Delta Dawn, her body was found in Mississippi; her real name is Alisha Ann Heinrich, she’s from Missouri, and her mother, Gwendolyn Mae Clemons, has not been seen since Alisha’s body was found)
WC toddler identified in MS cold case (same case as above)
Delta Dawn and her mother identified as Missouri woman, child missing since 1982 (same case as above)
Reminder: DPS Seeking Information in Refugio County Cold Case Homicide (unidentified woman whose remains were found in Texas in 1992)
Outstanding Indigenous Woman: Meet Cheryl Horn, advocate for families of MMIW victims
Brother of man missing for 73 years still ‘bewildered’ (James “Jimmy” O’Neill, who disappeared from County Waterford, Ireland in 1947)
National Missing Persons Day: ‘You don’t ever give up hope’ (more about missing people from Ireland)
Searching for the disappeared: the challenges facing Mexico’s search commissioner
Spalding authorities excavating wells in missing persons case (Spalding County, Georgia, but they haven’t said which case)
Son Determined To Find What Happened To Mother Who’s Been Missing For 34 Years (Rogene “Jeannie” Annette Helm, missing from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma since October 1986)
Family, missing persons group offers $5,000 reward in missing Florence man case (Tracy Herion, missing from Florence, South Carolina since January 2020)
This is OT, but I just watched a show on ID about this case:
…her boyfriend (mentioned in the entry) was convicted last year of murdering the woman he got with after Tammy. They still haven’t found Tammy, but the episode has a ton of info. It’s called Murder In Ypsilanti: Keith Morrison Investigates. I also watched the recent episode about the Lyon sisters. It was sad.
The story of the woman found dead in Fort Meyers apartment, with her children, really bothers me. No one made the effort to have the landlord, or who ever check and see who was living in the apartment.
I wonder about her family. It seems from the first lady, that no one had contact with her for at least two years.
But, then we had the Buckskin girl in Ohio. Her mother never reported her missing. She was waiting for her to come home.
In the UK there was an instance where a woman died of natural causes and was found in her apartment… six or seven years later. A black woman, middle aged. She lived alone, had basically become a recluse in the last years of her life, and had no job. She was on benefits which were automatically deposited in her account, from which rent and other bills were automatically withdrawn. And so when she died it was not noticed.
I think they made a documentary about this. I know the woman has a Wikipedia entry but I cannot remember her name.
Her name was Joyce Vincent. She lived in Wood Green in London, not really far from where I live. I didn’t know her personally but I do know the area.
The documentary is called Dreams of a Life
After I saw this comment I found the movie on Amazon and watched it. Strange story. Joyce appears to have been a quite ordinary woman with plenty of friends, although the friendships were somewhat superficial. They all just assumed she’d simply lost touch. Her sisters might have revealed more, but they declined to be interviewed.
I think Joyce was estranged from her family. Nothing is known about her family life apart from her being from a Black Caribbean background
Well, she’d been going around saying her father was dead when he wasn’t. Her sisters might have had some idea why she was saying that, whether he was abusive or what. But they have decided to stay private, which is of course their right. I’m sure it must have been devastating for them to find out that not only was Joyce dead, but her body had been lying undiscovered in a squalid bedsit for years.
Personally I’m glad these are posted here since I quit Facebook in early May. 😊
I checked Rogene Helm, on a couple of online directories. Both of them show her living at 1119 Iola Street in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. She previously lived at 420 Hickory in Broken Arrow.
She has been missing since 1986, yet these directories still have her in the city, where she disappeared from. It makes me wonder if someone from her family is living at that address.
On another forum, some said she came from a large family. Also, she got married to David Joseph Helm, in Joplin, Missouri in 1969. Yet, both of them were from Oklahoma.
Makes me wonder if they eloped to get married. She most likely was 16 or 17 when she got married.
I checked Micaela Helene Robinson, age 34 on the same online directories. I found no records for her period. So, I wonder if she is using an alias, or no permanent address record.
There is no information to say, who reported her missing or where she was last seen.
I am friends with a close relative of Timmothy Pitzen. My friend shared some things with me, including: he did indeed have a severe nosebleed in the vehicle (my friend witnessed this); and that there were some things at the scene where his mother was found that suggested she may not have committed suicide but rather was staged to look as such. Also his mother may have had ties to a cult that operated somewhere near Wisconsin Dells (at least I think that’s the area). My friend also doesn’t believe that she would have killed Timmothy.