The tragic case of Elisa Izquierdo is an all-too-familiar tale of bureaucratic ineptitude. Her short life and brutal death was so horrendous that it reduced even the most hardened officers to tears. When she was just 6-years-old, she was murdered by her abusive mother. Her suffering was known to New York’s Child Welfare Administration yet they did nothing to save her.
On the 8th of August, 1984, terror struck in Ferntree Gully, Melbourne, Australia, when a young girl and her mother were found murdered in their home. Over three decades have passed and still the killer remains unidentified.
Over the course of two years in the early 1970s, Santa Rosa, California, was terrorised by an unidentified serial killer. He was dubbed the “Santa Rosa Hitchhiker Killer” because his victims were girls and young women that had been hitchhiking.
In May of 1991, Timmy Wiltsey was reported missing from the Sayerville carnival, New Jersey. It would take over two decades before justice was finally served.