I’m guessing that until now you had never heard of a missing person named John Henry Poggenburg Jr, I know I hadn’t. Poggenburg is not listed in any of the usual missing persons databases and website case files and there are few sources regarding him online. Over the years missing persons, unidentified remains and unsolved murders tend to get lost in time. Case files are misplaced, fires and floods damage evidence
Sylena Jo Dalton and her infant daughter were last seen alive on the morning of July 27, 1998. The 20 year old mother and her two month old child, Allyson Dalton, were in good spirits at 7:45am when a family member visited them at their Strasburg, Virginia, apartment. A Murder & A Kidnapping The devastating scene wouldn’t be discovered until later that afternoon when a concerned co-worker stopped by the
Gerald Bingham was just over one month shy of his 70th birthday the last time his Fort Smith, Arkansas, neighbors saw him alive. A Mysterious Trip The slight rain from the day hung in the air as Gerald’s neighbors watched him climb into his maroon 1998 Buick Regal. It was 2am. The 69 year old had advised that he was making the 70 mile trip to Talahina, Oklahoma, and would
No official tally exists of the number of people who went – and remain – missing in the public lands and National Parks of the United States. An “educated guess” has estimated that number at roughly 1,600 people whose fates still remain a mystery today, and the National Park Service’s Investigative Services team continues to investigate new and cold cases on an ongoing basis. Dennis Johnson Dennis Eugene Johnson lived
Born Scott Andreas Douglass (Sims) was a blond haired, blue eyed boy and was a fifth grader at Jefferson Elementary School in Wichita Falls, Texas. His mother, Ellen, was a nurse and his step-father William had reported for duty in Fort Polk, Louisiana, with the National Guard’s 49th Armored Division during the Berlin crisis. His biological father had remarried and was living hours away in California. December 9, 1961 On
July 3rd, 1985, was a sunny day at East Canyon Reservoir and recreation area. David Mathew Jaramillo and Lloyd Michael Reese took advantage of the warm, summer weather that day and made their way from Lloyd’s house with two other friends. Nestled in the mountains northeast of Salt Lake City, Utah, is East Canyon State Park and recreation area, a favorite among boaters, hikers and swimmers of all ages. David
Eugene, Oregon, is a scenic city of around 160,000 people situated in the Willamette Valley’s southern end. The third largest city in the state, it is home to the University of Oregon where Christine Ann Nelson was working as a secretary in the Division of Counseling and Educational Psychology when she went missing in 1986. Marriage Troubles Christine Nelson was reported missing August 25, 1986, by her husband Philip Nelson.