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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.
SOURCE New York Post
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.