The Victims

We want to highlight each and every one of these wonderful humans who had their lives taken from them far too soon. They left behind loved ones and friends who cared about them deeply. We want their memories to live on not those of their awful, trash human killers. We have links below for each case where you can find our resources as well as links to the episode regarding their cases.

Ep. 1 The Murder of Melissa Jenkins & Vermont Mummies

image of teacher Melissa Jenkins

“A beloved and respected teacher, Ms. Jenkins taught physics in the science department at St. Johnsbury Academy.”

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode on Ep. 1 The Murder of Melissa Jenkins and Vermont Mummies

“It really is a privilege to be here — and to be alive,” 

-Maggie Malloy

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode on Ep. 2 Hope Springs a Chicken and the Assault on Maggie Malloy

Ep. 3 We Love Candy & The Murder of Michelle Gardner Quinn

“I believe in upholding reverence for all life. I believe that humanity has a responsibility to the earth and to the life that we share our experience with.”

“A Reverence For All Life”
-Michelle Gardner Quinn

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode on Ep. 3 We Love Candy & The Murder of Michelle Gardner Quinn

Ep. 4 Kindness Runs In The Family & The Murder of Nanine Grimes

“Nanine was a flower”
– Deanna Grimes (Nanine’s sister)

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode on Ep. 4 Kindness Runs in the Family & the Murder of Nanine Grimes

Ep. 5 The Connecticut River Valley Killer-Victims

Victims: Cathy Millican, Ellen Fried, Barbara Agnew, Eva Morse, Bernice Courtemanche, and Lynda Moore were all victims of the Connecticut River Valley Serial Killer. The only survivor was a woman named Jane Boroski. The Connecticut River Valley Killer is still unknown to this day.

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode on Ep. 5 The Unsolved Serial Murders of the Connecticut River Valley

Ep. 6 & 7- The Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders- Denise Milner, Lori Guse, and Michelle Farmer


“Was God not with my child? I think, perhaps, that God was with my child the most. He was with those three girls the most.”

-Sherri Farmer Mother of Lori Farmer Age 8

“The pain doesn’t ever go away,”

-Bettye Milner Mother of Doris “Denise” Milner

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode on Ep. 6 The Unsolved Murders of The Oklahoma Girl Scouts Part 1 & Ep. 7 The Unsolved Murders of The Oklahoma Girl Scouts Part 2

Ep. 8 The Disappearance of VT Teen Brianna Maitland

“I’m trying to do something good by helping other people that are kind of in the same boat as me and something good to come out of what’s really been a bad situation,”

-Bruce Maitland, Brianna Maitland’s father

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode onEp. 8 The Disappearance of VT Teen Brianna Maitland

Ep 9 The Unknown Victims Throughout the United States

Beaufort County Jane Doe

Contact for any relevant information regarding the Beaufort County Jane Doe:
Agency Name: Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office
Agency Contact Person: Captain Bob Bromage
Agency Phone Number: 843-816-8013
Agency E-Mail: robertb(at)bcgov.net
Agency Case Number: 95-11788
Agency Name: Beaufort County Coroner’s Office
Agency Contact Person: J. Edward Allen
Agency Phone Number: 843-255-5150
Agency E-Mail: eda(at)bcgov.net

Chattanooga Birchwood John Doe

Anyone with information on this case should contact:
Joseph Ashburn, Detective
Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office
423-209-8940
http://www.hcsheriff.gov/

Maury County Jane Doe

Contact for Any Relevant Case Information:
Agency of Jurisdiction
Maury County Sheriff’s Department
Keith Wrather, Detective Sargent
931-375-8689 or 931-388-5151
kwrather@maurycounty-tn.gov
 

Onondaga County John Doe

Contact for any Relevant information regarding Onondaga John Doe
Troop D Headquarters at
(315) 366-6000.
All calls can be kept anonymous. 

Little Lord Fauntleroy John Doe

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode on Ep. 9 The Unknown Victims Throughout the United States

Ep. 10 Everyone Deserves a Name: The Unsolved Case of Baby Boy Doe

If you have any information on the identity of Baby Boy Doe please reach out to the VT. State Police

Tips may also be submitted anonymously at vsp.vermont.gov/tipsubmit

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episodeEp. 10 Everyone Deserves a Name: The Unsolved Case of Baby Boy Doe

Ep. 11 When Doing the Right Thing Get’s You Killed: The Murder of William Lewis Moore

“The white man can not be truly free himself until all men have their rights…”

-William Lewis Moore in his Letter to end Segregation

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode Ep. 11 When Doing the Right Thing Get’s You Killed: The Murder of William L. Moore

Ep. 12 The Murder of Miss Marietta Ball

The beautiful Miss Marietta Ball, brutally murdered at the age of 20. She was a beloved school teacher in St. Albans VT before she was tragically taken from this world.

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode Ep. 12 The Murder of Miss Marietta Ball

Ep. 13 The Kidnapping of Margaret Ellen Fox

“I can’t imagine what has happened to her … a child her age… we are heartbroken.”

-David Fox (Margaret Fox’s Father)

If you have any information regarding the kidnapping of Margaret Ellen Fox please reach out to the Burlington NJ City Police Department 609-386-3300

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode Ep. 13 Kidnapping of Margaret Ellen Fox

Ep. 14  Vermont’s Bennington Triangle: Five Disappearances that Remain Unsolved

 Between the years of 1945 and 1950 when five people mysteriously went missing in the same area of Bennington Vermont known as the Bennington triangle

  • Middie Rivers-11/12/1945
  • Paula Weldon-12/01/1946
  • James Tedford-12/01/1949
  • Paul Jepson-10/12/1950
  • Frieda Langer-10/28/1950

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode Ep. 14 Vermont’s Bennington Triangle: Five Disappearances that Remain Unsolved

Ep. 15 Missing: The Disappearance of Timothy J. Guy

 “the police have found nothing, as far as I know.  No foul play…if your son had been missing for all those years, and you hadn’t heard from him in all that time.  You’d think there was foul play to.”

-Warren Guy (Tim’s Father)

If you know any information regarding the disappearance of Timothy J. Guy please reach out to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-597-TIPS.

Visit the episode page for the citations and podcast episode Ep. 15 Missing: The Disappearance of Timothy J. Guy