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Would you have a picture of your aunt? I would like to profile her disappearance on my blog.
March 27, 2010 at 11:48 a.m.
Oops it's: firstname.lastname@example.org with an s like the song lol.
March 27, 2010 at 2:54 p.m.
Hi dburkey. To get Joanne's face and info out there, google the Charley Project and the Doe Network. Both give great info on older cases of missing people. Just e-mail them and I am sure they would be happy to add your aunt's information. You can scan a few pictures of your aunt to send to them. You can also enter her information on the NameUs site. As grim as it sounds, you enter her info and it will search unidentified decedends who are a close match. This is a new site and there are no mandates (that I know of) that require law enforcement or medical examiners to post their cases. This site will only be as helpful as the info provided by all of us. There are so many missing people it is overwhelming but anyone can add a missing person to the database. Your family may also consider DNA comparisons, not sure where and how this is done but once again...google or contact the local police or sheriff dept. DNA is solving a lot of cases, even though it means the person is deceased and one may never know the how or why, those left behind will be able to start grieving the "knowing." God bless.
March 28, 2010 at 12:35 a.m.