True Crime & Unsolved Homicide

This true crime blog includes missing persons and unsolved mysteries strongly suspected or known to involve a criminal element.

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  • Ward Al-Rababa’a (Missing Child)
    Ward Al-Rababa’a ➜ Disappeared while getting hummus from a local seller. The family was contacted about a ransom one year later and heard a voice that might have been the child.
  • Janet and Christina Carter (True Crime)
    Janet and Christina Carter ➜ A young mother was found murdered and left along a road in the Great Smokey Mountains Park. There was no sign of her 3 year old toddler.
  • Siriyakorn Siriboon (Missing Person)
    Siriyakorn Siriboon ➜ A young girl disappeared from the streets of her community while walking to school. She is considered an endangered missing person.
  • The Melbourne Club Connection (True Crime)
    The Melbourne Club Connection ➜ Between 1954 and 1990, three women of similar circumstances disappeared and/or were murdered in the Melbourne area.  Although decades spanned one case from another, police have reason to believe the three incidences may have been the work of the same individual. 
  • Patrik Linfeldt (Missing Person)
    Patrik Linfeldt ➜ Patrik was last seen traveling by train to Malmö. He got off at the wrong station but did not board a new train. His suitcases were found north of the train station in a wooded area.
  • Lina Sardar Khil (Missing Person)
    Lina Sardar Khil ➜ A little girl disappeared from the play area / courtyard of her family’s apartment complex in San Antonio, Texas. Foul play may have been involved. Her family were Afghan refugees and she speaks Pashto.

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Kimmie

    How do you get all of your information about each case?

    1. deceptivelyblonde

      Every source we look at are listed within each article in the “References” area including links if the source is online. There are also buttons above the references with direct links to the government or police alerts. The basic details always come from a police or Interpol notice / alert. Once we have the basics, we fill in what we can based on other primary sources (e.g., the family’s website or social media pages) and respected secondary sources (newspaper articles, other websites, etc.) If you are looking for more details on a case, check out the references list!

  2. A.S.

    Your info is so well researched and put together in such a well thought out helpful manner. Thank you!

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