At approximately midnight, December 6, 1991, Troy Gay, an officer in Austin, TX, notified emergency services that smoke was rising from the area of the I Can’t Believe It’s Yogurt shop. Inside the shop, firefighters found the bodies of four young women – a horrific discovery.
In an area of St. Charles County, Missouri, known to be a dumping ground for bodies, the remains of Ricky McCormick were found on June 30, 1999.
For 46 years, the identity of the woman known as the Lady of the Dunes has gone unknown.
On January 15, 1947, the remains of Elizabeth Short were found just feet from the sidewalk by a young mother walking with her child.
n the morning of July 4, 1954, the Sheppard household was embroiled in traumatic events while the rest of the United States was preparing to celebrate Independence Day.
On the night of October 6, 1998, one of the most well-known hate crimes against LGBT+ people was committed.
Four years ago, June 12, 2016, a nightclub in Orlando, FL experienced a tragic event that scarred the entire LGBT+ community. While my friends and I were home in bed, having gone to our first Pride parade that very day, those celebrating Pride at the club were gunned down in a place we are supposed to be safe.
The life of Martin Luther King, Jr, came to a sudden end on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN on April 4, 1968.
If you search Google for Alice Hawkes, you can find the website dedicated to keeping her memory alive.
Roughly 43 miles north of Munich, Germany, lies the small cement memorial dedicated to what was once a normal farmstead. The farmstead, known as Hinterkaifeck, was the home to the Gruber family (Grundhauser 2014).