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For more than 30 years, New York City Police have tried to find the name of an unidentified white female with a scorpion tattoo found bludgeoned with a hammer, strangled and set on fire in the borough of Staten Island. The victim had been found handcuffed in a weeded area near a South Beach road on September 20th, 1991. A break would come in when Forensic genealogy was used to identify the deceased woman as then 30 year old Christine Belusko, from Clifton, New Jersey. The testing also identified as well as her long-lost daughter, Christa Nicole who was two years old at the time of her mother’s murder. Police have been unable to locate Christa Nicole to inform her of her mother’s murder and it is not known if she is filed as a missing person case.
The murderer also remains a mystery. The hammer used to kill Belusko was the type often used in autobody shops. It also contained the name Loyd L which was inscribed on the handle. At the time of her murder Belusko had only thirty cents on her but also had two gold chains on her person.
If you have any information as to the killer or the whereabouts of Christa Nicole contact NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig at 1-800-577-TIPS.
It was a murder that baffled the town of Granby, Massachusetts for almost 50 years. An unidentified white female who was shot in the head. In March of 2023, Law Enforcment identified her as Patricia Coleman who also had been known by the names of Patricia Ann Tucker, Patricia Heckman and Patricia Dale. There is a person of interest in her murder, Gerald Coleman who died in prison for an unrelated crime.At the time of her death, she left two young sons. For more details please visit the website.
In February of 2023, Law Enforcement (USA) announced that Elliott Higgins, who died in 2014 at age 73, had been linked by DNA evidence to two rapes in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, and a third attack in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Higgins was an accomplished French Horn player who ran musical competitions where some of the attacks took place. The attacks occurred from 1991 to 2004 but it is possible with so many backlogs of sexual assault cases that he may have committed more crimes in different parts of the country. He had strong ties to New Mexico. Sketches below show strong similarities to Higgins from when he committed his attacks.
Somewhere in the wilderness of Pennsylvania (USA), lies a legend of buried treasure that may contain millions of dollars of gold by todays standards. The story has taken hold of generations and treasure hunters have searched for the alleged treasure which was being transported by the United States army and supposedly lost due to a band of Confederate sympathizers. It is believed that the gold was to be transported to the US Mint in Philidelphia.
A treasure hunter named Dennis Parada has engaged in legal activity due to what he states is excavation by the US Government in the area of Dents Run.
India. It is a contient of beauty and mystique. It has amazing architecture and unique cultures. Most people are familiar with the Taj Mahal complex which was an Islamic building/complex built by a sultan in honor of his deceased wife. However, there is another building, a temple that is not only priceless in its beauty but steeped with mystery and fear.
The Temple named Padmanabhaswamy is located in Thiruvananthapuram, India. Inside the structure are eight secret chambers that may contain massive treasures. Of the eight chambers Indian authorities have opened all but one of them. For unnamed reasons one chamber remains unopened. Rumors abound of an amazing treasure located behind there. Others surmise that a possible great evil may lay behind the doors of the golden temple. Whatever, the reasons, the contents behind that door of the eighth chamber continue to intrigue and terrify those who have seen it.
It was around bout 11 m on the evening of May 24th, 1989, when first responders from the town of Westport, Connecticut arrived to a brush fire. The blaze was behind a shopping plaza that was located at 377 Main Street. There they would make a disturbing find, the murdered and burned body of an adult female. She would be identified as Joan Wertkin, a married mother who was 38 years old. Whoever killed her, had strangled her and set her on fire. Her vehicle which was a white colored 1988 BMW 325 that was parked in the front of the same shopping plaza where he had been found. Her husband had stated that his wife had done grocery shopping and he reported her missing that night.
There have been no suspects named in the case but in the Westport in 1985, a still unidentified black female had been murdered and lit on fire in the woods alongside Interstate 95. Her name and murderer have never been caught. Another unidentified black female was found dead years later in the city of Bridgeport just a few miles away and she had also been lit on fire (no cause or manner death of listed). The Westport Police Department has been looking at doing more forensic evidence examination in this case and those in Westport who remember this case are hopeful.
If you have any information about the murder of Joan Wertkin, please contact the Westport Police Department at 03-520-3831 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The blue diamond known as the “Hope Diamond” is available for public view at the Washington DC (USA) Smithsonian Museum. It’s origins are believed to have come from a Hindu Temple in India, then it made it’s way to stops in France, England, Turkey and the United States. Many of those that were in possession of the diamond suffered untimely death some of which were at times, violent. These range from French Kings, British Monarchs, and wealthy established American Families. Car accidents, disease and even death by guillotine were some of the causes of deaths that affected the owners as well as their loved ones. Is the Hope Diamond cursed? This video provides a short history of it’s ownership.
It was a senseless murder. An employee from the Springfield (Massachusetts) Parks and Recreation found the body of seventeen year old Shana Price’s body on the morning of December 26th, 1990 in Blunt Park. She had been sexually assaulted, beaten and strangled. With DNA evidence, it is unlikely that convicted serial killer Alfred Gaynor was responsible. However, there is hope that genealogical DNA searches may lead police to the murderer.