Calandra Stallworth’s boyfriend was caught driving her car. A woman who had also been reported missing was in the passenger’s seat.
Calandra Rachel Stallworth was a 28-year-old African-American woman from Florida. She had two daughters and was close to her family. Her grandmother, Joan Harvey, lived next door to her and the two spoke every day. Calandra had diabetes and was insulin-dependent
She had been dating 34-year-old Antwon Montrex Smith for three years and had his name tattoed on her left breast.
Ally Brueger’s boyfriend, who’s been named a suspect, insists that her father killed her.
Alexandra Nicolette Brueger, better known as Ally, was a 31-year-old living in Holly, Michigan. She had recently broken up with her boyfriend and was living with her parents, Nikki and Franz Brueger.
Her parents described her as a witty and generous woman who loved animals. Ally had recently convinced her family to rescue a dog, Zeus, and the two had a special bond.
David Ezell Blockett was just 15 days old when he was abducted by “Marie Kelly”.
David Ezell Blockett was a 2-week-old baby boy born on November 26, 1980. He lived with his two-year-old brother Frederick and 19-year-old mother Vanessa Blockett. David’s father, 22-year-old Fred West, was in jail at the time of his son’s birth but was allowed to meet him.
David was African-American with black hair and brown eyes. He had a small mole on his right ear and birthmarks under his left arm, on his back, and buttocks.
Kate Bushell’s throat had been cut with a kitchen knife.
Kate Bushell was a 14-year-old girl living in Exeter, Devon, England, with her parents and 15-year-old brother. She was a student at St.Thomas High School and was involved with the local church. Kate liked to play basketball and was very musical — she knew how to play the saxophone, clarinet, and piano.
Alison Thresher’s daughter was being sexually abused by her teacher.
Alison Goodwin Thresher was a 45-year-old woman living at the Summer Highlands Apartment complex in Bethesda, Maryland. She and her husband, James M. Thresher, were separated and in the midst of a custody battle. They had two children, 12-year-old Hannah and 10-year-old Sam.
Both Alison and James worked for The Washington Post. James was a photographer while Alison was a freelance writer. She was also due to begin a new position as a copy editor for the newspaper’s website.
The box was likely thrown from a helicopter. The Box Lady of Benton County remains unidentified.
Norman Skoog owned a cornfield in the small town of Otterbein, in Benton County, Indiana. He was harvesting corn in the late afternoon of October 8, 1976, when he nearly ran his combine over a box that was mysteriously lying nine rows deep into the field.
The white cardboard box was located 15 yards off of Benton County Road 200 South and 6 miles north of Otterbein. The 3-by-2-by-1-foot box was sealed with tape and rope.
Too heavy to lift on his own, Norman…
Sister Roberta Elam was raped and strangled while praying near her convent.
Roberta Ann Elam, originally from Minnesota, studied theology at Fordham University in New York. She worked as a coordinator of adult religious programs for the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston in West Virginia.
Her friends and family described her as an outspoken woman who was passionate about social justice issues. According to her brother Chris Elam, she wanted to become a priest — she thought that it was “ludicrous” that women weren't allowed to do so. Roberta drove an orange sports car, was athletic, and enjoyed writing poetry.
Nevaeh Buchanan was just 5-years-old when she was abducted and killed in such a grim manner.
Nevaeh Amyah Buchanan was a five-year-old girl from Monroe, Michigan. She was described as a “tomboy” and was particularly fond of motorcycles. Nevaeh was the daughter of 24-year-old Jennifer Buchanan and 22-year-old Shane Hinojosa.
Travis Damon Thomas had been struggling with alcoholism and psychosis when he was left on Bartlett Island in 2018.
The First Nation community of Ahousaht living on Flores Island in British Columbia, Canada, is the largest of 14 bands within the Nuu Chah Nulth Tribal Council, with about half of its 2,400 members living there.
About a 20-minute boat ride away is Bartlett Island. This uninhabited island is merely a mile long and half a mile wide but is rugged with dense forest, numerous caves, and is often obscured by fog.
Eddie Politelli’s boss watched as a machete-wielding man killed the elderly chef.
Edward John Politelli, originally from Providence, Rhode Island, was described as a “hoot” by his friends. The 72-year-old had lived a long and memorable life. Eddie was missing his right index finger. He wouldn't explain how he lost it, merely stating he had been 25-years-old when it happened.
Eddie had two passions in life: music and cooking. He had once dreamed of becoming a jazz drummer and often played at local gigs. However, cooking took up most of his time.
He was known for being such a good…