Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Jessie Foster 6 Years Missing

March 28, 2009
Today is the six-year anniversary of when Jessie Foster went missing.
Her mother, Glendene Grant, is a Facebook friend of mine, and we have shared a few messages between us during the last few years. She has never given up, either in hopes or in efforts. She has been an encouragement to other parents of missing persons.

This video is a couple of years old, but this news article is from yesterday.
In other news, Britanee Drexel, who went missing April 25, 2009, is still being searched for in South Carolina. Today I have found claims that bones have been found that may be her remains, but I can only get error readings when trying to access the news story. Sorry to say, I don't know what's up with that at the present time, but I'm eager to find out.
This just in on 4/11/2012
An update on the Sharron Prior Case

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

New Sharron Prior Video

Well, it's new to me anyway.
I just discovered this in Facebook, and decided it should go here too.
Among my special friends in Canada are the Prior family. I have written before about Sharron Prior, and posted a video a few years back about her. When I saw this, I thought it was just so beautiful it must be shared.
After St. Pat's Day I start thinking about Easter.
Sharron went missing on Easter weekend, and was found dead shortly afterward.
I'm pretty sure the Easter Bunny cried that year.
This is a different subject now.
It has come to my attention that a news story I had completely missed was caught by John Allore. This is a must-read for anyone keeping up with Debbie Key's story.

Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Do You Remember?

Yesterday (March 5) was the anniversary of Eve Carson's demise.
I wonder how many of us remember that?

And how many of us remember St. Patrick's Day on March 17th?
If you ask me, around here, not enough! That's why I make such a big deal about it. I'm hoping to compensate for those who don't even know it's a holiday.

You would have to be of my generation to remember Darby O'Gill and the Little People. But did you know that before playing as James Bond, a young Sean Connery played in this movie?
And did you know he could sing?