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The Disappearance of Caitlin Potts

Case File 13: The Unexplained Disappearance of Caitlin Potts Case File Overview 27-year-old Caitlin Potts went missing on February 22, 2016. The Sampson Cree First Nation mother was last seen at a mall in Kelowna B.C. the day before her disappearance. The final contact Caitlin had with friends or family was on the morning of February 22, 2016 when she sent her sister Codi a Facebook message. Caitlin was reported missing to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) on March 1, 2016. However, an official missing alert on the RCMP’s website was not posted until March 21, 2016. The alert read, "The RCMP Major Crimes Unit is now assisting Vernon North Okanagan RCMP with the investigation of Potts." By May 2017 the RCMP publicly ...
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The Brutal, Unsolved Murder of Sheila Henry

Case File 12: The Unsolved Murder of Sheila Henry Case File Overview When Sheila Henry was murdered and "found in a pool of blood," she was six-weeks pregnant. Sheila, a 26-year-old nurse who worked at Vancouver General Hospital, was killed in the late afternoon on February 5th, 1993. She was beaten to death, likely with a flashlight, and was smothered with a pillow when she refused to succumb to her injuries. Her husband, David Henry, called 911 after discovering Sheila's bloody body in their Kitsilano, BC home at 3356 W 7th Ave. at approximately 8pm. Crime scene Sheila was raised in beautiful Kimberley, BC and enjoyed skiing and the outdoors. When she went away for school to the University of ...
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The Disappearance of Roberta Marie Sims

Case File 11: The Disappearance of Roberta Marie Sims Case File Overview Roberta (Robin) Marie Sims vanished from Prince George, BC, Canada sometime on or after May 6th, 2017. 55-year-old Robin was reported missing by a concerned citizen on May 14th, 2017. When Robin disappeared she had her small dog with her. Roberta Marie Sims' Dog Authorities believe that Robin has been murdered. Many witnesses came forward and reported last seeing Robin during the afternoon of Saturday May 6th, 2017 near her home. Robin's address is 3015 3rd Avenue, Prince George. Robin was also spotted  near the BX Pub and the Spruceland CIBC bank around the time she disappeared. Police suspect Robin was murdered shortly after these sightings and that ...
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The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders

Guest Post 1: The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders Written by RedHanded podcast Case File Overview In Oklahoma in 1977, Camp Scott opened its doors to an excited group of young Girl Scouts, but no one could have imagined the horrors that lay ahead. On the very first night of camp, as the tents shook against a raging thunderstorm, dark events would unfold like a twisted campfire story come to life. And by morning three young girls would be dead, molested and murdered in the middle of the night. On June 12, 1977 three girls--Denise Milner age 10, Michelle Guse age 9 and Lori Lee Farmer age 8--slept in tent 8 of ‘Kaiawa’ camp: none would survive the night. Murder victims Michelle, ...
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The Murder of Anthony Manning

Case File 10: The Unsolved Murder of Anthony Manning  Case File Overview Shortly after 6:00 pm on Friday, May 8, 2009, 39-year-old Anthony Manning was found murdered in a home in London, Ontario. The London Police Service were told by an unnamed source that Anthony had been killed. When officers entered the apartment located at #202 - 499 Cleveland Ave, his remains were located in the bathroom. #202 - 499 Cleveland Ave, London, Ontario The autopsy revealed that Anthony died from a gunshot wound. Anthony's murder remains unsolved. Case File Theories There's a shocking lack of coverage of this case. According to Dale Carruthers from The London Free Press, Anthony's murder "has largely faded from the public radar." Nearly the only time Anthony's murder is mentioned ...
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