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).
Baby farmers were people who would take custody of children and babies in the late Victorian Era, in exchange for payment. The term itself was actually a negative term for these people, and was usually used to imply that the person caring for the children was treating the children improperly (Wikipedia 2019).
The Dupont de Ligonnès were the descendants of French aristocracy, and were the world to be as it was before France banned social classes in the 1700s, Xavier Dupont de Ligonnès would have been a count
Under an alias, Oliver George Love, Smith began his only legal marriage, to Caroline Beatrice Thornhill.
Karina Holmer was 20-years old when her untimely death occurred. She was an au pair, hailing from Sweden.
Katherine Mary Knight, born October 1955, holds the distinction of being the first woman sentenced to life without parole in Australia.
It was February 17, 1977, when Helen Brach seemingly disappeared.
On February 2, 1933, Le Mans, France changed forever.
On December 28, 1956, Barbara and Patricia Grimes, 15 and 12, went missing after going to see a movie, “Love Me Tender” starring Elvis Presley, in the Brighten Park District of Chicago, IL. They never made it home.
It was June 22, 1979, when the Reinert’s disappeared. Susan Reinert, 36, was due to give a speech at Parents Without Partners in Allentown, PA, 50 miles north of her home town of Ardmore, PA. She left that morning with her two children, Karen, 11, and Michael, 10, likely in hopes of turning the trip up north into a weekend away for the family. According to a neighbor who saw them leave, they were all dressed casually. They are never seen again