A Nevada family of six, including four children (seen above), has gone missing after a winter storm hit their area and now authorities are on a frantic hunt to find them.
According to police, James Glanton, Christina MacIntee, their two children, and a niece and a nephew went to go "play in the snow" on Sunday and never came back. As temperatures in the remote area continue to lower below freezing, rescue teams are desperately scouring the Seven Troughs mountain range to find the family.Continue Reading >
In the most devastating news to come out of the Typhoon Haiyan disaster, 30 members of a single family remain unaccounted for days after the catastrophic typhoon that struck the Philippines on Friday. Daisy Nemeth is living every family's nightmare as the death toll continues to rise--she is having almost no success in getting help to search for her beloved family members, including her uncle, his wife, and a slew of cousins, some of whom are children.Continue Reading >
Yessenia Suarez and her two children ages 8 and 9 have been missing since last Tuesday when the 28-year-old got into a violent argument with her husband Luis Toledo. Police searched for them for a few day and then announced the three were believed to be dead, but offered no explanations. The search for the bodies was pretty much dropped after that prompting Suarez' family to launch one of their own. But why did police discontinue the search?Continue Reading >
Police are still conducting their search for the biological parents parents of Maria, the little blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl found in Greece, but one Missouri couple is hoping she could be their own missing little girl, Lisa Irwin.
Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin lost their almost 1-year-old baby, when she disappeared from her bedroom in Kansas City in early October 2011. Now, their claim that Maria (as she is being called) could be their daughter is one of the few being seriously looked into by investigators.Continue Reading >
A mother and daughter took to the media to plead for the return of a 15-year-old girl who went missing on October 9. Abigail Hernandez was last seen walking home from Kennett High School in North Conway, New Hampshire, around 2:30 p.m. that Wednesday. It's believed that she did make it home, but when her mother Zenya Hernandez arrived home from work that day, Abigail was not there, and has not been seen since. "Abi," as her mother affectionately calls her turned 15 on Monday -- just a few days after her disappearance.
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An Amber Alert was issued in California for a pair of siblings who police believe was kidnapped by a man who killed their mother.
A day after finding 44-year-old Christina Anderson dead inside a burning home near San Diego, authorities are searching for her two kids, 16-year-old Hannah and 8-year-old Ethan. The house was that of 40-year-old James Lee DiMaggio's, a friend of the mothers who is now also the main suspect in her death and the abduction of her kids.Continue Reading >
Puerto Rican abducted teen Gina DeJesus and Amanda Berry were sent home safely yesterday, as more alarming details emerge from the Cleveland kidnapper case. The latest details about the sick treatment the women received from Castro reveal that he even replaced their birthdays with the anniversary of their abduction. On those particular days the 52-year-old pervert would give the girls a cake celebrating the day they were kidnapped. How twisted and horrible is that?
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The last person to see Gina DeJesus before she disappeared nearly 10 years ago was her best friend, Arlene Castro, the daughter of alleged Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro. I knew that as time went by and the investigation into this bizarre case continued, we would keep finding out crazy details like this one. According to an interview Arlene granted America's Most Wanted back in 2005, she had plans to go to her friend Gina's home after school that fateful day in April 2004. But when she called her mother to ask for permission she said no and was told to head home.
Since Gina didn't have enough money to take the bus back to her own home, she decided to walk. But she never made it.Continue Reading >
Gina DeJesus, a 23-year-old woman last seen in 2004, was rescued Monday afternoon from the Cleveland home where she was held captive together with two other women who, like her, had been missing for over 10 years. Police have arrested three Latino brothers, including (according to witnesses) Ariel Castro, 52, who owns the house where the young women were found and has lived there since 1992. The other two women have been identified as Amanda Berry, 27, and Michelle Knight, 30. They were all abducted in separate events in different years.
Although many details of this amazing case are still unknown, we do know that the house from which they were rescued is just miles away from where the girls were last seen and that along with them police also rescued a girl between 6 and 10 years old.Continue Reading >
An Amber Alert issued Tuesday afternoon for two missing boys who were abducted from their Connecticut daycare today has the most tragic ending imaginable: The children, 6-month-old Ashton Perry and his 2-year-old brother Alton Perry, were reported missing by their mother Brenda Perry who couldn't get in contact with their grandmother, 47-year-old Debra Denison, after she picked them up.
The Amber Alert did not last long. The children were found dead along with grandmother Denison, in an apparent murder-suicide. The three bodies were found in a car parked near the town of Preston, Connecticut.Continue Reading >