Definitely very wrong that she got murdered

Jeremiah Ross
Jeremiah Ross

Definitely very wrong that she got murdered.

But that doesn't change the fact that she was a big dummy. Doing the same shit as the Kardashians, just gaining fame through vapid nonsense and stirring up shit.

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Samuel Campbell
Samuel Campbell

who?

Gavin Flores
Gavin Flores

This

Jason Sullivan
Jason Sullivan

This is now a mysterious case thread fuck you op

Henry McCabe - 32 years old- this case got ton's of attention because of the voicemail he left on his wifes phone (vid related) Henry was a Minnesota Revenue Department employee. On September 6th 2015, 32 year old Henry was out at a club with his friend Kennedy and another guy. During the course of the evening Henry had several drinks, Kennedy told police the other friend took McCabe’s wallet in an effort to stop him from buying more drinks because he was “very intoxicated". Henry and a different friend were heading home when Henry supposedly convinced his friend to drop him off at a Fridley gas station at around 2am (though no CCTV footage was found of Henry at any area gas station to confirm this). That was the last time he would be seen alive.

McCabe’s phone pings from the night he disappeared placed him in Spring Lake Park and Fridley, according to police. The last ping about the time his wife said she got a call came from a tower in New Brighton. At about 2:30am a voicemail from Henry was left on his wife’s phone. Henry could be heard screaming in terror and groaning in pain, and a guttural growling and a voice saying “stop it” were also audible. Some of the call can be heard in the video embedded.

A subsequent search for Henry would reveal nothing until 2 months later, when a kayaker found his body in Rush Lake, about 7 miles from Fridley and consistent with the location of his last cell phone ping. His cause of death was ruled to be “probable drowning” despite the bizarre voicemail. There were no signs of trauma to his body. How he got 7 miles away while severely intoxicated to ultimately drown in a lake was never considered.

Camden Ramirez
Camden Ramirez

this

Charles Kelly
Charles Kelly

Moar?

Hudson Reyes
Hudson Reyes

This

Mysterious Case spam would actually be a slightly less annoying, more entertaining way to get rid of this level of cancer – as long as its not abused, like every other form of spam.

Thomas Edwards
Thomas Edwards

Pro-tip, when making a thread give relevant information in the OP as not everyone will know what the fuck you are talking about.

Mason Cook
Mason Cook

eh fuck it heres one more,

Jeffrey Alan Lash, 60, was found dead and decomposing in his SUV near the affluent Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles. The man was later linked to a home down the street from where the SUV was parked. When the LAPD entered the home they found that it was booby trapped with guns pointed at the doors set to go off. Inside his home, detectives discovered over 1,200 guns, including pistols, rifles and shotguns. As well scopes, 6.5 tons of ammunition, bows and arrows, knives, machetes and $230,000 in cash. They found explosives which had to be disposed of by the bomb squad on site. They also located eight of the 14 vehicles stashed around Los Angeles registered to Lash, including an SUV designed to drive underwater and modified combat ready vehicles. He also has a lot of storage units that have yet to be checked by the LAPD.

Several neighbors said the man was known only as “Bob” in the local area and described him as a gun fanatic who claimed to have worked covertly for either the FBI or the CIA. His fiancée had lived in the town home on Palisades Drive for years, they said.

“He'll say crazy things to people like he does night missions swimming to Catalina,” said one neighbor, who declined to give her name. “He would come … and tell us he would show us self-defense moves.” Neighbors thought Lash was dying of cancer because he appeared to be degenerating over the past year, but Lash told Nebron that he had been exposed to nerve-damaging chemicals on a mission and his condition was worsening.

Staff at an area restaurant classified the behavior of Lash and his fiancee as peculiar, with the man often claiming to work for the CIA and becoming upset if photographs were taken near him. “They always came in two separate cars. Neither had license plates, but no one ever stopped them,” said Francesco Schiff with the Casa Nostra restaurant. “He always paid cash, always had filet mignion and they never ate with friends.”

His fiancee Catherine Nebron and 2 friends including a doctor were with Lash in the parking lot of Bristol Farms in Santa Monica when Lash said he was feeling sick. Their attempts to cool him with ice after he refused to let them call 911 didn’t work and Lash died. After that they drove to the Palisades neighborhood and try to revive him. After an couple of hours of failed attempts the wife decided to leave him in the SUV, according to her the "government agency" that Lash worked for would retrieve his body. Nebron just left the car and Lash’s body parked on Palisades Drive and went on a trip to Oregon. Nebron later told a friend she had specific instructions from Lash on what to do if he died. Don’t call the authorities. Leave him in a car. Get out of town, and let his minders take care of the body. So she did that.

Shirley Anderson, Lash’s late father’s significant other, told the Los Angeles Times that she hadn’t seen Lash since 2010 and didn’t know how he made his money. Lash was raised modestly in Westchester by a pianist mother and a microbiologist father. Lash was enrolled at UCLA and studying to become a scientist when he dropped out of school. Additional details about his record were not available because he had requested that UCLA keep his records private.

No one seemed to know how Lash amassed his wealth. Not only did Anderson have no idea, but Lash’s property manager nor his lawyer of many many years had no idea. Nebron’s attorney told the Associated Press that there was no evidence that Lash was a drug dealer or had any source of criminal income.

Benjamin Cooper
Benjamin Cooper

Oh shit, yeah I heard about this one. Pretty fuckin crazy.

Andrew Price
Andrew Price

Government does this all the time. Uses some unstable white male as a faux arms dealer.

Ayden Stewart
Ayden Stewart

People who have ties to the Clinton's.

Jaxson Edwards
Jaxson Edwards

Yeah haha its probably explainable but its a crazy story so i keep it

Yep that seems to be the consensus with my people i've talked to about this, just some low level atf arms dealer

Brandon Edwards
Brandon Edwards

Since i'm getting responses (kek) heres another one, surely some of you sick fuckers will know this one

John David "Johnny" Gosch (born November 12, 1969) was a 12-year-old paperboy in West Des Moines, Iowa, when he disappeared on September 5, 1982 and was presumed kidnapped. His mother, Noreen Gosch, maintains that Johnny Gosch escaped from his captors and visited her in 1997,but now fears for his life and lives under an assumed identity. Gosch's father, John, divorced from Noreen since 1993, has publicly stated that he was not sure whether or not such a visit actually occurred. Authorities have not located Gosch or confirmed Noreen Gosch's account, and his fate continues to be the subject of speculation, conspiracy theories, and dispute.

On Sunday, September 5, 1982, in the suburb of West Des Moines, Johnny Gosch left home before dawn to begin his paper route. Though it was customary for Johnny to awaken his father to help with the route, the boy took only the family's dachshund, Gretchen, with him that morning. Other paper carriers for The Des Moines Register would later report having seen Gosch at the paper drop, picking up his newspapers. It was the last sighting of Gosch that can be corroborated by multiple witnesses.

A neighbor named Mike reported that he observed Gosch talking to a stocky man in a blue two-toned Ford Fairlane with Nebraska plates; Mike didn't know what was discussed because he was observing from his bedroom window. As Gosch headed home, Mike noticed another man following Gosch.

John and Noreen Gosch, Johnny's parents, began receiving phone calls from customers along their son's route, complaining of undelivered papers. John performed a cursory search of the neighborhood around 6 a.m. He immediately found Johnny's wagon full of newspapers two blocks from their home.

The Gosches immediately contacted the West Des Moines police department, and reported Johnny's disappearance. Noreen, in her public statements and her book Why Johnny Can't Come Home, has been critical of what she perceives as a slow reaction time from authorities, and of the then-current policy that Gosch could not be classified as a missing person until 72 hours had passed.By her estimation, the police did not arrive to take her report for a full 45 minutes.

Police came to believe that Gosch was kidnapped, but they were unable to establish a viable motive. They turned up little evidence and arrested no suspects in connection with the case.

The case received publicity in 2006 when his mother found photographs that were left by the door of her home, they depicted Gosch tied up along with 2 other boys. Since then multiple photos have been found of her son on online pedophile websites.

Joshua Ramirez
Joshua Ramirez

shits fucked up mang

Julian Evans
Julian Evans

There was a whole documentary about this case, wasn't there?

Carter Barnes
Carter Barnes

i'm sure there were a few, this case got tons of attention in the mid 2000's

Christopher Adams
Christopher Adams

honestly, that whole visit in 1997 sounds like a paranoid delusion of the mother's

not surprising given what she's been through, but also not something to pay much attention to

Xavier Roberts
Xavier Roberts

Yeah, that seems pretty insane. The whole case is spoopy as hell.

Xavier Baker
Xavier Baker

Most people tie the case in with the whole Franklin cover up scandal that happened between 1988 and 1991

Zachary Roberts
Zachary Roberts

crazy people gonna crazy

nothing 'spoopy' about that imo

Jeremiah Taylor
Jeremiah Taylor

Ah, that's the one I was thinking of!

Zachary Williams
Zachary Williams

Yeah its an interesting doc, it was supposedly banned back when it was to be aired on the Discovery Channel, on May 3, 1994. It was pulled for whatever reason

Evan Jackson
Evan Jackson

This is the last one sorry for hijacking your thread Op. Anyway if any of you have read the Missing 411 books about odd disappearances you'll know about this case.

It was late in the afternoon on June 14,1969, when six year old Dennis Martin ducked behind a bush during a game of "hide n seek" on Spence Field; a boulder strewn and windswept field high up in Great Smokey Mountain National Park.
Dennis, His father, grandfather and brother were on Spence Field enjoying the day. Another family walks up and introduces themselves as the Martin family (same last name) and they ask if the kids can play together and Dennis' dad said sure. So the adults sit down and conversate while the kids start playing hide n seek. Dennis father was watching Dennis the whole time they were playing, he saw Dennis hide behind a bush for no longer than a minute or two. When the game was over and Dennis didn't come out from hiding his father stood up and went to go get him from behind the bush. When he realized Dennis wasn't there he started on a dead run down the trail screaming his name while looking for him for about 2 miles. When he got back to Spence Field he told Dennis Grandfather to go get the park service.

His father, grandfather, brother, and the other family had lost sight of him for no more than 2 minutes before the search for him began. Within an hour the mountain was crawling with rangers. In a string of bad luck the sky opened up that evening and dumped two/a half inches of rain on the park. The torrential downpours would continue on and off for rest of the week, dropping three more inches making it difficult to search.

Park rangers, dog teams, firefighters and police, students, boy scouts and hunters, all worked side by side with military personnel. By June 21 about 1,400 people were scouring that park on their hands and knees desperately seeking signs of little “Denny”.

About a week later, they were joined by a contingent of 60 battle-hardened Green Berets, seemingly pulled right out of the jungles of southeast Asia. Special Forces. choppered in to search for a lost child?

Dwight McCarter (head tracker for the park) remarked about how strange the arrival on the scene of the Green Berets was. They just showed up in choppers about a week into it, carrying their own equipment and their own communication systems. Gun shots were also heard during that period but no one could confirm where it came from.
The Green Berets searched on their own even though they had no knowledge of the area, they also refused a supervising rangers request that they work with the other emergency service personnel. They stayed for four or five days searching but never coordinating their efforts with the rescue workers.

When the search officially ended in September, over 13,000 hours had been logged and helicopters had spent almost two hundred hours in the air looking for Dennis. But a washed out footprint half way down the Tennessee side of the mountain,found in the early stage of the search but ignored, is all that would ever be found of Dennis Martin.

cont

Samuel Roberts
Samuel Roberts

Late in the afternoon of Martin’s disappearance, The Key family were hiking in a region of the park called Cades Cove which is about 3100 feet below Spence Fields elevation and approximately six miles to the northwest of Spence Field where Dennis was and were unaware of the growing search for the lost boy. The Key family was there looking for wildlife. All of a sudden one of the sons says "daddy look look there's a bear in the trees hiding from us!" The father look towards the hill and immediately noticed that it definitely wasn't a bear, he sees something that was bi-pedal darting in between the trees as if it was trying to not be seen. At the same time this was happening the Key family reported hearing the "loudest shriek they had ever heard" coming from the hill where the thing was spotted, the familys attention was drawn to the hill due to the scream and saw something bipedal moving stealthily along the trees. Then it melted back into the darkness ofthe forest.

The family reported the incident the next day and the Key family were immediately called by the FBI to set up an interview. They were interviewed by a park service agent and an FBI agent. It was then arbitrarily dismissed with the FBI saying there was no way a man could carry a child and cover the distance from Spence Field to the Keys sighting from the time of Denny’s disappearance

When Dennis father asked the FBI why they didn't tell him about the Key family sighting he was told by the FBI agent that the distance was too great and the time too short to travel correlate with the time Dennis disappeared. Putting the agents reasoning to the test Dwight McCarter (tracker) and Dennis father walked from where the boy disappeared to where the Key sighting had occurred with plenty of time to spare, proving the FBI wrong and proving that the Key family sighting was definitely possible.

As did everyone else who recently covered the story,Paulides (the author) interviewed renowned tracker Dwight McCarter who participated in the search as a young park ranger. But Paulides is the only investigative journalist ever to get an interview with Bill Martin, Dennis Martin’s father. Bill Martin has stead fastly refused all attempts by the media to talk to him since the time of the incident. He blames them for helping to cover up his son’s abduction.

David Paulides interviewed Bill Martin (Dennis father) and his revelations to Paulides make it quite clear that the disappearance of Dennis Martin was officially whitewashed. "When I met Mr. Martin at his house, the same house he lived when Dennis disappeared, the man still looked the same as in 1969. He came to the door, I explained who I was and asked for a few minutes of his time. He explained that this disappearance had had a major impact on the life of he and his wife and that he had promised his wife it would no longer be discussed. I explained that I had traveled from California specifically to speak with him and asked for just a few minutes. He closed the door behind him and stepped onto the front porch."

"When Mr. Martin and I started to talk, the man had tears in his eyes. The disappearance of his son had destroyed this families life. At the time of their biggest need, they turned to the NPS and the FBI for assistance and direction on finding Dennis. Mr. Martin told me that the NPS, investigators and the press had lied and withheld information, I explained what I knew, he was surprised. I asked a few deep questions that probably have never been asked. I explained that I knew the "Key" family had seen something on a hillside in a reasonable time frame after Dennis disappeared and wanted to know if there was something else about this that wasn't released. I asked if there was anything I should know about this case as an investigator, he told me that whatever the Key family saw on that hill, was carrying something on its shoulder. Mr. Martin stated that the FBI and NPS never wanted this information released to him or the public. They never wanted the public to know that whatever was seen on that hillside, was carrying something on its shoulder. The NPS and FBI told Mr. Martin that the time frames for this observation didn't work, that was a LIE. Dwight McCarter (the tracker for the park service at the time) and Mr. Martin quickly walked from Spence Field to the point of the "Key" observation in a time frame that would've made the sighting very possible."

In his interview with Paulides, Dwight McCarter confirmed that what the Keys had sighted was carrying something. Paulides quotes him as saying “ they buried that information. The press would never talk about it and the park service would never talk about it. If the park admits that a small boy might have been abducted, this could have a major effect on the surrounding communities and park visitations.

Xavier Perez
Xavier Perez

banned on the Discovery Channel
I think thats slightly misleading. I believe the documentary was pulled because much of the "evidence" was pure conjecture, and this would have made the Discovery channel subject to lawsuits from many different parties.

Reddit actually has an interesting page on it…
reddit.com/r/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/29vy1i/franklin_scandalconspiracy_of_silence_real_or/
inb4 reddit

Samuel Collins
Samuel Collins

Shit is fucking scary

Tyler Morris
Tyler Morris

Yeah, that post is kinda epic as far as poking holes in the conspiracy theories.

The thing is, conspiritards often WANT to believe their theories, and they have a tendency to present questions as evidence – this is why there's usually no reasoning with them.

Jose Morgan
Jose Morgan

hue

Jaxon Howard
Jaxon Howard

Kennedy?

Charles Bennett
Charles Bennett

where is her porn

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