True Crime & Unsolved Homicide

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

If you would like to view a more extensive list of missing persons, unidentified remains, and unsolved murders, check out ‘Never Quit Looking’ – our global database

  • New “English-Korean” Option for Case Submission
    실종자에 대한 세부 정보를 글로벌 데이터베이스에 제출할 수 있습니다. 양식을 한글로 작성하시면 영어로 알림이 게시됩니다.
  • JNBY Children’s Clothing Scandal
    JNBY is facing backlash over sexually explicit, racist, and violent imagery and phrasing in their children’s clothing line.
  • Lauren Spierer (Missing Person)
    Lauren Spierer ➜ College student disappeared from the streets of Bloomington while walking home after partying all night with her friends.
  • Kirsa Jensen (Missing Child)
    Kirsa Jensen ➜ Girl (14) last seen riding her horse along the beach of Awatoto Beach (1983). She disappeared in under 20 minutes in full sight of a highway and surfers.
  • Elise Dallemagne (Mysterious Death)
    Elise Dallemagne ➜ A young Belgian backpacker vanished mysteriously overnight on Thailand’s ‘Koh Tao Island’ following strange behaviors. Her body was found in the jungle more than a week later.
  • Richard Halliday (Missing Person)
    Richard Halliday ➜ Disappeared after leaving his barracks at Fort Bliss. The army is accused of failing to properly respond to his disappearance, and Richard’s family continues to call greater transparency as they search for their missing son

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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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