UPDATE: THE NEWS WE HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR!!!! The dna results are back that our Grateful Doe is in fact Jason Callahan missing since 1995. I've been sitting here for how long in shock both for the sadness of his family and the fact that here on Facebook we are making a difference. Because of everyone here this man will finally make his way home!!! -Lesha & Alyssa
On another note I want this story to do so much more. I really pray that this story gives an important lesson to ...reporting your missing loved ones or even trying to check up on them if you haven't had contact in years. If anyone needs help trying to check on a loved one please feel free to message us. We can help point you to the right direction of getting them reported.
♡Let's bring our Missing & Unidentified home♡
Join our other page set up for El Dorado Jane Doe
Please make sure to join the event so you don't forget about the day we are gonna share her poster all over at once
Decades long mystery: Still missing from Watkins Glen '73 concert
This case needs more attention I haven't seen it in the news or shared for so long. I really hope this dad is telling the truth.
UPDATE 02-Feb-2018 - (From the "Never Forget Me" Facebook Page) Mississippi County Sheriff’s Office has confirmed DNA positively identified her as 19-year-old ...Kimberlin Mills from Michigan.
Authorities in Arkansas are still investigating Kimberlin’s homicide. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Mississippi County Sheriff’s Office at (870)762-2243
A photo of Kimberlin has finally been made available
UPDATE 12-Sep-2017 - I can now tell the rest of the story:
James Marvin Hendricks (AKA "Jimmy") was a fugitive. He had walked away from a prison release program after serving a two year sentence for theft. Kim fled with him, and the last time they communicated to their family, Jimmy called his sister from Scotty's to say they were heading for Texas from Arkansas. The call was made the same day that they died.
I've been saying that they weren't reported "Missing". I was being a bit coy. Jimmy was a fugitive. the family knew that authorities were looking for both of them.
But they weren't "missing persons" per se. They were fugitives.
Jimmy left behind a young daughter Cristi, who passed away seven years ago. Kim also had a young daughter, though I don't have any additional info on Kim's daughter.
UPDATE 11-Sep-2017 - I just got word that it's OK to reveal their names. The John Doe has been positively ID'd as JIMMY HENDRICKS (21), of Flint Michigan. His girlfriend, KIM MILLS (19) of Millington Michigan is expected to be ID'd as the Jane Doe, though a positive ID on Kim has not been made yet.
I started a new thread, so that I can include my most recent version of Kim (which I revised without benefit of a living photo of her). I have still not yet seen her living photo.
UPDATE 6-Sep-2017 - IDENTIFIED.
Both of these persons have been identified. The John Doe's sibling was required to submit DNA to the CODIS known offenders DNA Registry as a result of an incarceration for a minor offense. That sibling's DNA hit in CODIS to the John Doe's Unidentified Decedent profile on the basis of the close familial relationship. When the family was contacted, they were also able to identify the female victim, as they knew her to be his girlfriend.
I cannot provide their names here, as we do not know if any members of her family have been located, and providing his name might tip off her family. I'll just point out that both of their tattoos correctly noted his initials (JH) and her first name (Kim). I've seen his photo, and he doesn't resemble my drawing as much as I had hoped, but I am not surprised, given the poor quality of the photo that I had to work with. Though I have not yet seen her photo, I doubt that the resemblance will be very close either, given the condition of her face wnen she was found.
1978 - Pemiscot County Missouri and Blytheville Arkansas
On June 17, 1978, the body of a white male was found aside I-55 in Pemiscot County Missouri. He had been shot three times.
On the same day, the body of a white female was found aside I-55 near the Burdette exit in Blytheville (Mississippi County) Arkansas, 12 miles south of where the male was found. She also had been shot.
Both persons were seen together at a at a Blytheville truck stop restaurant called Scotty's earlier that day. According to investigators, a woman who worked at Scotty's remembered seeing the couple. She saw the woman with a backpack and bedding and told her she had to take that outside, because it was not allowed inside. She said they were dressed neatly for hitch hikers.
The last time they were seen alive was by a trucker who saw them walking down the interstate.
The male is estimated to have been between 25 and early 30s. He stood about 5 feet 8 inches tall, and weighed about 130 - 140 lbs. He had a fair complexion and freckles, and had a tattoo of the letters "J.H." on his outer right forearm. He also had a large vertical curving scar on his forehead running from his hairline to his eyebrows. He was wearing a red pullover short sleeve shirt with a circle printed on the chest. Inside the circle was a picture of a dark haired female with the words "Hot Sauce" underneath. He was also wearing "Pentimento" brand blue jeans and brown lace-up work boots (size 9 or 10),
The female is estimated to be between 18-25 years old. She stood about 5 feet 2 inches tall and weighed approximately 125 pounds. She had light brown hair, 4-6 inches in length. She had the name "Kim" crudely tattooed on her right arm. She was found clothed wearing a multi-colored striped blouse, blue jeans and she wore a silver chain necklace with a mercury dime pendant with a hole in it. She had given birth at some point.
Unfortunately, much of the case file of clues is severely damaged. A flood in Mississippi County, Arkansas damaged many morgue photos, witness statements, fingerprints, and more.
However, authorities have recently re-opened the case in a renewed attempt to identify the two victims, and/or their killer.
But as of now, 36 years after these two persons' deaths, they remain UNIDENTIFIED.
A young boy, who investigators have named "Little Jacob", was found on Galveston Beach on October 20, 2017. Despite releasing an artist’s sketch, in the three m...onths since, nobody has claimed him. Investigators are now taking an unusual step in their efforts to give “Little Jacob” a name and solve his case.
WARNING: The video contains graphic content released by the FBI and the Galveston Police Department for the purpose of identifying the child.
More on why authorities are taking this step, here: https://www.nbcnews.com/…/investigators-release-new-image-l…
Our world is changing and not always for the best it's time we start paying more attention to our surroundings as this can be happening anywhere!
We need this shared all over. Who knows how many more murders her committed!!
DO YOU RECOGNIZE THIS MAN?
NH authorities have identified the suspect in the #Allenstown Bear Brook homicides. His name is Terry Rasmussen.
Rasmussen fathered... one of the girls found deceased at Bear Brook state park. Her name and her story remains unknown.
The investigation has revealed Rasmussen and his daughter were not originally from New Hampshire, but traveled into town during the mid-to-late 1970s. Where they came from remains yet another mystery.
At some point during their travels Rasmussen met another women and two little girls. It is unknown where they initially met or how long they might have been acquainted. Those three females were also found deceased with his daughter in the woods of Bear Brook state park. Their identities are unknown.
Authorities are seeking the public's help. Do you recognize this man, his daughter and three other female victims?
Watch and share their story. Someone out there knows who they are. Surely, there is family looking for them. https://goo.gl/CmbfWE
If you have any information that could help identify these victims please call the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST.
Praying this helps solve the case.
Let's get this shared to Minnesota ♡
Jimmy Robinson lived in the Apache Junction Arizona area in the late 1980 and early 90s. He may not of been known as Jimmy Robinson. His nickname is Jimmy the ...Rat. He often travels by bicycle. He has traveled all over the country on bicycles. Later he was homeless in Mesa. He may of suffered a brain injury at some point. He has lost his memory of the past. His fingerprints were ran nationally by law enforcement. There were no hits. He doesn't remember his parents names. He thinks he was born in 1958. He is from Minnesota originally. DNA test show he is related to many Chippewa of the White Earth, Red Lake and Mille Lacs bands in MN. Currently he is living with a family in Iowa. He has some health issues. They are trying to help Jimmy get govt. benefits. This is impossible with out proof of identity and a SS#. If you have any information please message me. They have made a FB group and blog called Where in the Tar-Nation is Jimmy Robinson. Please go there for more information. https://m.facebook.com/groups/153835915222960
This is another case that drives me absolutely crazy and very similar to El dorado's case. So with so many working on El dorado id like to also bring some attention to this case. If you would like to be apart of this case there is both a page and a group to join.
Here is a quick poster I made just so something can be shared
Alburqureque Jane doe also known as...
Bernalillo County Jane Doe (1991)
Location Albuquerque, New Mexico
Found June 5, 1991
Unidentified for 26 years
Postmortem interval Days
Body condition Decomposed
Age approximation 25-35
Height approximation 5'7
Weight approximation 140 pounds
Cause of death Hanging
Bernalillo County Jane Doe was a young woman who was found hanging in a motel shower. Her death was ruled a suicide.
The decedent was found June 5th, 1991, in Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico. It is believed she had been dead for two days. She hanged herself from the showerhead, using a suitcase strap, in her Super 8 Motel room. The room was locked (bolted from the inside) and had to be opened by a security guard.
She had an array of belongings in the room, most notably a photograph of herself while alive. It was a photo booth picture with an unidentified male. In it, she is making a face at the camera as he smiles slightly.
The other items included a full suitcase, a dark blue or black suede purse, a gray woven pocketbook, $500 in cash, and a digital scale with the name "George Martinez" written on it. (It has not been verified if this is the name of the man in the photograph.) There were also beer bottles and cigarettes.
The Jane Doe wore a "Trends" brand multi-colored tank top (that appears to be a pink and white tie-dye design, though the coroner's report says there was also yellow and red on the shirt). She also had multi-colored bikini underwear (black, green, purple and pink, size M/6), and white denim slacks with zippers near the lower lateral aspect of legs. They were size 31 "Guess Product by Georges Marciano" brand. Her jewelry consisted of three white metal earrings and a wide bracelet made of a silver/gold colored metal.
She could have had Hispanic ancestry.
She had curly strawberry blonde hair.
Her eyes were hazel or grey.
No scars, marks, or tattoos were noted.