Thursday, February 9, 2006

My Missing People

One of the problems with a blog is that with each new post, the post listed at the bottom of "Previous Posts" disappears from the list. On here that means that a post on a missing person would be less likely to be seen by those who do not want to scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page. This is why I am posting this index, and I will try to put a link to this post in my links section and/or at the very top of the blog. That way, if you see someone who is from or might be in your local area, you can know to be on the lookout. (All places are in the United States unless otherwise noted.)

The National Center for Missing Adults (NCMA), which provides posters and other measures to try to find several of the missing adults of this blog is currently in danger due to financial issues. They are in need of donations, but, more importantly, they need Congress to re-authorize Kristen's Act, which gave them funding. Please call your senator or representative. For more information, visit their homepage at http://www.theyaremissed.org.

Missing People I have posted so far:

Another downside is I only seem to have time to post about two people per day, and I follow so many people's cases! That is why I am also using this index to list the other people so that even before I post on them you can starting keeping watch for those who are from or might be in your area. Here they are, with links to more info:

Other Missing Yet to Be Posted:

Unsolved Murders (Previously Missing):

Unidentified Murder Victims:

Trial Watch:

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pranesh Patel, of Pittsburgh, was found this week in Montana (http://media.www.pittnews.com/media/storage/paper879/news/2007/06/20/News/Missing.Pitt.Student.Found.In.Montana-2917796.shtml). God bless you for your advocacy.

Maeryn said...

William Rossey's murderer is known to the police, but is still walking the streets. Rossey was last seen leaving the Dog Pound bar with three men; Scott Young, Brian Hunt, and John Harvey. Scott's been overheard bragging about the murder, but law enforcement isn't doing anything about it. There's more details at www.bobhanna.blogspot.com, in the post dated May 6, 2008.