5-year-old Regina Mae Armstrong was abducted from outside her babysitter’s apartment in broad daylight.
Susan Swedell, 19, accepted a lift from a stranger during a blizzard after her car broke down. She hasn’t been seen since.
John Grega was wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife. An advance in DNA technology proved that he was innocent and he was exonerated.
Britney Beers, 6, disappeared while sitting on a bench in front of the apartment where she lived in Sturgis, Michigan, in 1997. A history of sexual abuse and neglect was then uncovered. She hasn’t been seen since.
Elaine Nix was abducted after using a pay phone late at night in Gainesville, Georgia. She was found murdered nine days later.
Witnesses saw Tammy Zywicki at the side of the road accepting car trouble assistance from a trucker. Could this seemingly good Samaritan have been her killer?
On the 6th of April, 1986, Anthonette Cayedito, 9, disappeared from her home in New Mexico after an unidentified man knocked at the door.
Over 49 years have passed since Betsy Aardsma was murdered in Penn State’s Library. Despite numerous suspects and an extensive investigation, the case still remains unsolved.
The mysterious death of the still-unidentified “Isdal Woman” has haunted Norway for almost 50 years. She had ingested 50 sleeping tablets and been set alight while still alive.
In April 1922, two-year-old Pauline Picard disappeared from her home in Brittany, France. She was found in another town 200 miles away… or so they thought.