Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SpencimusPrime, Nov 4, 2009.
Police: Teen missing since 1954 was slain - Crime & courts- msnbc.com
That's sad. However, most people missing for that lengthy a period are probably long dead.
I've heard talk on several true crime forums I visit that serial killer Harvey Glatman might be responsible for Dorothy's murder.
Yeah, this was distressing as well.
Death house: Nightmare hid on Ohio street - Crime & courts- msnbc.com
Seriously, what is this world coming to?
hell in a handbasket.
this is sad.
As sad as this is, what did they honestly expect? That she was just sitting somewhere with a new life thinking "Oh, I should probably call my family, eh, I'll do it tomorrow."?
I suppose when its someone you care about, you keep hoping, even when its a tiny, almost impossible chance that they'll be ok. It's sad, but unfortunately, unrealistic that someone will simply turn up fine decades after they disappear.
You'll note in the story the kids of thedead ones sisters accepted she was dead a long time passed.
Yeah, but it seemed like some of the other family members weren't ready to let go. Or maybe they accepted that she was dead, but still wanted to know what happened to her as a sort of closure. That's understandable, I guess.
What? There's a thread about a warm story that brought closure a family after 50 years and not one about the 11 dead bodies found in a convicted rapist house? I'm disappointed TFW.
Take your disappointment and shove it
into a new thread.
Colorado is getting a lot of attention lately.
Baloon boy and dead girl away (cool action swiss noise)
You always lead with the better story, sorry.
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