In January 1976, Auburn University student 22 year old Kyle Clinkscales vanished after he left his job bartending in the town of LaGrange. He was supposed to make his way back to the Alabama school’s campus. For decades there were rumors that he fell victim to foul play. Now it looks like there are answers as to what happened to him.
In May of 1986, a horrible discovery was made in a Garbage truck as the body of an unidentified black male baby was found in the Town of Greenwich. The child was strangled and it was believed that the baby may have come from a dumpster from a building located at 27 Havemeyer Place. Decades later, it has been revealed that the mother and killer of the unidentified boy did in fact live in the building. On 11-17-2021, 62 year old Janita M. Philips, of Lake Mary, Florida was arrested for the grisly crime.
It was horrible crime. To date the killer and the victim remain unknown.
Mines and Mysteries is a youtube channel that explores Mines from across North America. It is a well done series that should be on cable but is not. The explorers go into places that have not human contact in centuries. Here they explore a colonial legend about a murder and look to see where the victim may have died.
Forty Five years later a family has answers as to what happened to their son, brother and uncle. Francis Wayne Alexander has been identified as one of Gacy’s earlier victims in his killing spree. Five more victims remain nameless but hope persists they too will be identified.
True Crime Podcaster, Author and Journalist Dave McGrath has researched and written a book about a real life boogeyman. Wayne Chapman…. Chapman has left behind numerous victims, some he may have killed. The Book “Monster” reveals that Chapman may have actually had a circle of other deviants with the same sadistic interests as him. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09J7J5PCY/ref=nodl_
UPDATE: 10-22-2021 Chapman passed away at the age of 73. Taking away many of his dark secrets.
From Archaeology books, psychology and true crime now into the fiction realm. His book is called the Covered Bridge…
To fans of the True Crime Genre, this is a well done website with interesting information. https://southcoastmurdersmysteries.weebly.com/
There were suspects early on in the in 2002 murder of University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill student Faith Hedgepeth in her off campus apartment. Police had questioned the ex-boyfriend of her roommate as being a person with motive. But it turns out DNA evidence left behind pointed to someone that was not a suspect early on in the investigation.
John Brisker played tough on and off the court. No stranger to fisticuffs, few people would try to test him in a fight. The University of Toldeo graduate played for several teams in the (defunct) American Basketball Association and the National Basketball Association. After leaving basketball, he formed an import-export business and would travel overseas. He was last heard from in the country of Uganda which was ruled by the ruthless leader Idi Amin. Amin was responsible for over three hundred thousand of murders. Did Brisker actually meet the dreaded dictator or did he run afoul of other people in Amin’s government?