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Cold Case Mysteries

September 16, 2019

              BILL AND PEGGY STEPHENSON

LOCATION: BOONE COUNTY, KY

DATE: MAY 29, 2011

EVENT: DOUBLE HOMICIDE

THE TIMELINE:

Saturday May 28th, 2011 started out like any other ordinary bright summer day. The weather was picture perfect with tempe...

April 19, 2019

I am so excited to be able to share a fascinating update with you on the Jane Doe cold case from Simpson County, Kentucky! Years ago I was able to ascertain that one of the rings found near her body (blue enamel with roses pictured below) was manufactured in the state...

January 10, 2019

LOCATION: SIMPSON COUNTY, KY

DATE: OCTOBER 9, 2001

EVENT: DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS

UPDATES! 

I am so excited to announce that there is new information in this investigation which may be of significant help and aid in the identification of this woman (pictured below) and...

October 1, 2018

LOCATION: BOWLING GREEN, KY

DATE: SEPTEMBER 10, 2001

EVENT: DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS

THE DISCOVERY:

Just one day before the nation would be rocked by the terrorists attack of 9/11, residents of Bowling Green, Kentucky found themselves faced with an unfathomable loss. A t...

February 2, 2018

LOCATION: FLORENCE, KY

DATE: NOVEMBER 16, 2004

EVENT: DISCOVERY OF HUMAN REMAINS

THE DISCOVERY:

At 5:02 pm on November 16, 2004 police were dispatched to the scene of a gruesome discovery. Two Public Works Officers for the city of Florence had literally stumbled upon human...

January 2, 2018

Just 12 miles from the Tennessee border and 50 miles north of Nashville, a survey crew made the gruesome discovery.

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About Me

My  experience as a kidnap and rape victim at 18 years of age, though one of the darkest moments in my life, became the basis for my passion and interest in violent crimes. I came to a moment in time where I realized  the darkness would either consume me or I could make the conscious choice to rise up from the brokenness and use my experience to help others.

 

That realization gave

birth to my life's  work and left me with an unshakeable resolve to get to the truth. It also imparted to me a  deep understanding of the human spirit's ability to overcome even the most horrific of circumstances. I became  acutely aware of the truth that we are not defined by the tragedies and heartaches of life, but in how we choose to respond to them.  Darkness has no power over us save what we give to it.

 

With every case I work I know full well that it could be my family searching for answers, I could be the missing person, the unidentified remains, with no name and no story. I was fortunate enough to survive that night and  I have dedicated my life to being the voice of those who can no longer speak for themselves.  I feel it is my duty and sacred responsibility to fight for these victims, to see to it that their stories are heard.

 

You can be  a part of finding answers for these unsolved cases. Read the stories and share the links because the more people these facts are presented to, the greater the likelihood they will be solved. They matter, they deserve answers, they deserve justice and you can make a difference in their story. None  forgotten, none silent.

 

I'm out investigating cold cases right now so be sure to keep watch for a new blog post soon! 

If you are a member of law enforcement and have a cold case you would like featured on this blog, please email me here.

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