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8 Responses to Contact

  1. D.J. MacLeod says:

    Tammy and Kevin Goforth of Regina,
    Saskatchewan, Canada. Just google their
    names and you’ll see why they should be on
    here. She was convicted of 2nd degree murder
    and him of manslaughter for the death of
    their four year old foster child a few weeks
    ago.

  2. NavyVet&Proud says:

    Dozier School in Florida closed in 1995. So for they have found over 50 boys with no identification and no boy to give a proper funeral. The story is on LMN titled Deadly Secrets. I really think you are gifted to help teased families.

  3. Jack McEntire says:

    I just wanted to simply say I stumbled across your site today and it is fantastic. A balm for the wounds inflicted on those who bear witness to the hellish acts perpetrated on this earth. Thank you for your divine efforts and God bless you

  4. Out of GVI says:

    Some story ideas: Amina Chaudhary, Nicola Puddicombe, Marilyn Ely, Cecile Fournel, Melissa Babineau, Melissa Todorovic, Rainbow Hill, Nadine Bernard and Maria Figliola, all of Ontario, Canada. I did time with all of these women at GVI. Some horrifying stories.

  5. Moonglow says:

    Shawn Bentler killed his Mother, Father and three teenage sisters to collect inaurance money. http://www.thedarksideofamerica.com/bentler-shawn.html

  6. SydeeGirl says:

    I also just came across your website. Thank you for efforts and keeping these victims alive through your postings. There is just too much murder and brutality going on in this world. I worked in a women’s correctional facility which housed the state’s death-row inmates. There are some horrific, and sad stories to be found behind the walls of a prison. Unfortunately, there are even more we have yet to discover. My heart breaks for the lost souls that have either not been recognized yet, or those yet to be found…

  7. AngryAlbertan says:

    One suggestion I have would be the recently concluded case of Derek Saretsky. This low-life murdered an older woman, a man in his 30s and the man’s little girl. He was sentenced to 3 consecutive terms of 25 years to life, meaning he will not be allowed to even apply for parole for 75 years. He is appealing, claiming that the sentence is way too harsh and doesn’t give him any chance at the myth of ‘rehabilitation’. Despicable.

  8. Rebecca B says:

    I really want to thank you for this blog. It’s hard to read the stories, but at least you are not forgetting the victims and your keeping their story alive.

    I was a victim of horrible sexual abuse by a family member from age 6-12.

    No one was prosecuted. Through friends support I got imancipated when I was 15. It’s a long hard road to try to block that out.

    Anyway thanks for doing this and tactfully and with respect for the victims.

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