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  • In 1991, Don Whitley visited the editor of the local newspaper with a plea: help him get justice for his daughter, slain Clifton, Texas teenager Judy Whitley. He had a suspect in mind who might also be responsible for another crime – the murder of 44-year-old Clifton Elementary School Teacher Mickey Bryan. The newspaperman knew that Mickey’s husband Joe Bryan had been convicted of the crime, and he had faith in the justice system, but while searching for justice for Judy Whitley, doubts began to emerge. Particularly, when a Clifton Policeman became a seemingly viable suspect for both. Part 5 of 6.

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    Sources: innocencetexas.org, The Clifton Record, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The New York Times, The Waco Tribune-Herald, The Corpus Christi Times, ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10172881/, court appeal documents, and 20/20 ABC.

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  • In August of 1984, just five months after 13-year-old Helen Kilgore was found murdered on the side the road, authorities in Bosque County, Texas had another body – that of 19-year-old Hood County woman Shelia Vandygriff. Though Shelia was murdered, the friend with whom she was abducted was set free after being assaulted. She went to Hood County authorities with what had happened, but they struggled to find leads, at least any that were viable or made any sense. After three law enforcement jurisdiction, the Bosque County Sheriff’s Office, the Hood County Sheriff’s Office, and the Texas Rangers failed to identify a strong suspect, the murder of Shelia Vandygriff went cold. Was there a connection between Shelia’s murder and the other three in the county within a two-year period that shared similarities?

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  • When it was time for the defense to present their case in the State of Texas V. Joe Dale Bryan, for the murder of Mickey Marlene Bryan, attorney Charles McDonald was confident he’d get his client off. Not only did he truly believe in Joe’s innocence, but also, the prosecution simply had no evidence. Certainly nothing scientific. But, did the fact that the state presented what they had as forensic facts influence the jury? With the murder of Judy Whitley earlier in 1985 still unsolved, it seems likely the public was looking to close at least one of the cases. And since Judy’s had no suspect on trial, Mickey’s murder, at the hands of someone statistically more likely to have committed it, might help put the public’s mind at ease should it be closed. But at what cost?

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    Sources: innocencetexas.org, The Clifton Record, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The McAllen Monitor, The Austin American-Statesman, The New York Times, The Waco Tribune-Herald, ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10172881/, court appeal documents, and 20/20 ABC.

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  • As the State of Texas V. Joe Dale Bryan got underway, the prosecution was pulling no punches. Witnesses from Texas Ranger Joe Wiley to victim Mickey Bryan’s brother Charlie Blue had damning indictments of Joe Bryan. But on cross-examination, defense attorney Charles McDonald, during these two witnesses particularly, didn’t hold back and pointed out at least some of the big holes in the state’s case. There was reasonable doubt all over the place, and it’s especially easy to see in hindsight, but with upstanding law enforcement officer and upright citizens testifying against Joe, would jurors see it?

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  • A few months before Clifton Elementary fourth grade teacher Mickey Bryan was slain, another unimaginable and heinous crime took place less than a mile away. There were rampant whispers going around what the small city’s newspaper referred to as “The Famous Clifton Rumor Mill,” and when Joe Bryan was arrested and charged with his wife’s murder, the chatter grew louder and more intricately weaved. In the months leading up to the trial, Joe felt abandoned by just about everyone but his closest friends and family. When it came time to enter the courtroom, he told others he was ready to get it behind him so he could find Mickey’s killer. But nothing is ever that easy.

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  • Before the 1985 murder of 4th grade teacher Mickey Bryan in Clifton, there were several other murders, including the April 1984 murder of 13-year-old Helen Kilgore, whose body was found in Bosque County. After she was identified, at least for a while, authorities were theorizing the killing was an occult ritual or sacrifice to Satan because of a tattoo Helen had. It’s unclear how much time and evidence the ridiculous theory cost detectives, or if their suspects were worthy of investigation. Because of the Satanic Panic angle, unfortunately, the case received little attention in the media.

    If you have information about the murder of Helen Marie Kilgore, please call Texas Crime Stoppers 1-800-252-8477. You may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $3,000 in return.

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    Sources: The Clifton Record, The Waco Tribune-Herald, The Corpus Christi Times, The Herald-Sun (Durham, NC), and The Town Talk (Alexandria, LA)

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  • In October 1985, the seemingly idyllic life of small-town educators Mickey and Joe Bryan came crashing down when she was shot and killed in their home. Joe, who was out of town for a work conference, appeared devastated and though they could find no signs the Bryan home had been forcibly entered, the Clifton, Texas Police first theorized the crime was a burglary gone wrong. But when Mickey’s brother come to town and discovers a shocking piece of evidence alongside his ex-FBI Private Investigator, a new motive arises. Or, perhaps more accurately, a new motive is created. Was Joe responsible for Mickey’s slaying? The lead investigator, a Texas Ranger, was hellbent on proving that was the case.

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    Sources: cityofclifton.org, tshaonline.org, innocencetexas.org, The Clifton Record, The Fort Worth Star-Telegram, The McAllen Monitor, The Austin American-Statesman, The New York Times, The Waco Tribune-Herald, The Corpus Christi Times, 20/20 ABC, KWTX.com, People.com, and KCNTV.com

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  • 34-year-old Alton Peek, Red River County Precinct 4 Commissioner, had everything going for him. He’d been working his way into local politics since high school and was moving up. He had the admiration and respect of the community, particularly in his hometown, Boxelder, Texas. Alton had a beautiful family, a wife and two young boys. So, when he was shot to death while feeding his cattle in August of 1996, a motive, perhaps, perplexed the Red River County Sheriff’s Office the most. Alton Peek wasn’t robbed, he had no financial problems, his political position wasn’t one most folks would kill for. Rumors swirled for years as the case became steeped in controversy, just as they had concerning a case that happened the year before Alton Douglas Peek’s murder: the disappearance of Jennifer Joyce Bench. But as it grew cold and left the local newspaper headlines, they settled. 12 years later, an arrest – shocking to some and no surprise to others – brought everything back to the forefront. However, nothing stuck.

    If you have any information about the 1996 murder of Alton Peek or the 1995 disappearance of Jennifer Bench please contact the Red River County Sheriff’s Office at (903) 427-3838.

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    Sources: The Clarksville Times, The Paris News, and tshaonline.org.

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  • 26-year-old Luara Pippin Danka had everything going for her in 1980 – a solid job, a nice little bungalow not far from Corpus Christi Bay, and most importantly, her two children. She’d come to Texas several years before with her husband, but they’d since divorced and were splitting up there time with the kids cooperatively and amicably, by all indications. But in April of that year, on a day seemingly like any other save the fact that it was Easter Sunday, Laura disappeared. Her body was found three days later. She’d been brutally murdered and dumped just outside Corpus Christi city limits. The Nueces County Sheriff’s Office found few clues and even fewer folks with a motive to kill Laura.

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    Sources: The Corpus Christi Caller-Times, Dateline at NBCnews.com, and The Austin American-Statesman.

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  • Soon after the murder of 28-year-old Bridgette Gearen at Crystal Beach, Texas, Galveston County Sheriff’s Office investigators came upon a lead that would be the impetus and direction of their investigation. A dark colored SUV was reported as the vehicle driven by Bridgette’s abductor(s). Throughout the past one and a half decades, Lt. Tommy Hansen, who has continued to work the case almost 15 years past retirement, has found the right avenue to investigate and identified strong suspects, but has not been able to collect the evidence needed to satisfy the Galveston County District Attorney. Part 2 of 2.

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    Sources: The Government Accountability Project, NASA.com, The National Weather Service, The Galveston Daily News, The Orange Leader, The Houston Chronicle, 12NewsNow.com, and KFDM Fox 4 Beaumont.

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  • In July of 2007, 28-year-old Bridgette Gearen took her little girl to Crystal Beach, located on the Bolivar Peninsula on the Texas coast. A few couples from the law firm where she worked had rented a beach house for the weekend, and as a hard-working mother, Bridgette was looking forward to the down time. At about the weekend’s halfway point, the young mother left the house alone to wait outside for some of the others with whom she was going to take a midnight drive on the beach. When the others came down, however, Bridgette Gearen was nowhere to be found. The following day, she was found viciously murdered near the water’s edge. With few clues found at the scene, Galveston County Sheriff’s Office investigators scrambled to come up with leads to follow.

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    Sources: The Galveston Daily News, The Orange Leader, The Houston Chronicle, and KFDM Fox 4 Beaumont.

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  • As the Fort Worth Police investigated the murder of 24-year-old Hurst, Texas resident Paula Jean Puckett Davenport, evidence and leads ran out fast. But it didn’t mean they were short of a suspect. In fact, the cops were almost certain they knew exactly who killed Paula in the parking lot of the Brunswick Bowlerland. Everything led back to her physically and psychologically abusive ex-husband. He had motive and his shaky alibi left plenty of opportunity. The man was without a doubt capable, police believed. When a witness to the murder emerged, Detective Claude Davis thought he was zeroing in, and that he’d give the Puckett Family justice. However, the witness was a minor – and her parents refused to let her be involved. Part 2 of 2.

    We’d like to extend a special thanks to Sara and Eddy Puckett for their contributions to this episode. Thanks also to Buster O’Keefe.

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  • On April 25th, 1978, 24-year-old Hurst, Texas resident Paula Jean Puckett Davenport left home to go bowling with her company’s league. Though she made it to the parking lot, Paula never made it inside the Brunswick Bowlerland. And more troubling, she never made it back home that night. Paula’s parents reported her missing to authorities in Hurst, but a couple days later another jurisdiction, the Fort Worth Police, were called to the scene of a body discovered in a heavily wooded area in the city’s far east. The body belonged to Paula Puckett Davenport. She’d died from gunshot wounds. As a team of experienced detectives investigated, virtually every trail led to a dead end. Every trail, that is, except for one.

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  • In late August of 1971 11-year-old Johnnye Henderson should have been entering the sixth grade alongside her peers. One morning, however, her mother returned home from a short trip to the store to find Johnnye had vanished. The Odessa Police Juvenile Division didn’t seem too worried about the disappearance, since there were no signs of foul play and civilians who’d searched the large field behind her home said they hadn’t found her there. But when Major Crimes Detectives came on the case three days later, they found Johnnye’s body, which was in an advanced state of decomposition. Though a cause of death could not be determined, Johnnye Henderson’s death was clearly a homicide.

    If you have any information about the 1971 murder of 11-year-old Johnnye Janelle Henderson, please call Odessa Crime Stoppers at (432) 333-8477 or submit a tip at the Odessa Crime Stoppers website: https://www.333tips.org/unsolved-crimes

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  • As the search for Kimberly continued, more folks who craved the spotlight emerged. There was Dallas psychic extraordinaire John Catchings, whose “visions” resulted in nothing more than heartache and wasted time and resources. There were well-meaning folks who came to help, of course, like the Heidi Search Center and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Unfortunately their altruistic efforts also resorted in nothing new being found. One man who came to help – a man who was so inspired by Kimberly’s disappearance that he began researching the nationwide problem of missing children, he said, and began an organization of his own – put the family, Kimberly’s Mother Janice said, through hell. Part 3 of 3.

    If you have any information about the disappearance of Kimberly Rachelle Norwood, please call the Harrison County Sheriff's Office at 903-935-4888.

    If you have any information about the disappearance of Michelle Lee Richardson, please contact the Anderson County Sheriff's Department at 903-729-6068.

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  • When The Shreveport Times released verbatim portions of troubling letters Kimberly Norwood had written months before her disappearance, it was the first time her parents, Bobby and Janice Norwood, had read them. It was another blow, they said, like the many they felt they’d been hit with at the hands of Harrison County Sheriff Bill Oldham. Out of desperation, the family brought in a Dallas psychic, but what she had to say, which included information that had been previously released in the local newspaper, led absolutely nowhere. But when Janice Norwood found out a neighbor had seen a motorcycle leaving the Caney Creek addition in Hallsville at the same time Kimberly is thought to have vanished, an employee of the family becomes a potential suspect. Part 2 of 3.

    If you have any information about the disappearance of Kimberly Rachelle Norwood, please call the Harrison County Sheriff's Office at 903-935-4888.

    Listen to Ed Dentzel’s interview with Janice Norwood on Unfound podcast here: https://theunfoundpodcast.com/2018/09/28/kimberly-norwood-a-country-mile/

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  • In early May 1989, sixteen-year-old Michelle Lee Richardson vanished from East Texas, the city of Palestine specifically. Just weeks later, on May 20th, another East Texas girl turned up missing under similar circumstances. Kimberly Norwood was a twelve-year-old who loved life and, believe it or not, school. She was experiencing the normal throes of being a preteen, but Kimberly was a good kid who never got in trouble and had certainly never tried to run away. But when she came up missing near her home in the Caney Creek Addition of Hallsville, Texas, the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office were working the case as if she had left on her own. Kimberly took no clothes, however, and left all her money behind. The harder the Norwood’s fought for Sheriff Bill Oldham to allow outside help to come in, the harder he fought against them. All they wanted was their little girl back, and the lawman, as the Marshall News Messenger put it, seemed unmoved by the family’s plight.

    If you have any information about the disappearance of Kimberly Rachelle Norwood, please call the Harrison County Sheriff's Office at 903-935-4888.

    If you have any information about the disappearance of Michelle Lee Richardson, please contact the Anderson County Sheriff's Department at 903-729-6068.

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  • Case updates.

    If you have information that might further help authorities secure a conviction against David Paul Cady for the murder of Mary Moore Searight, please call the Paris Police Department at (903)784-6688 or contact Lamar County District Attorney Gary Young (903) 737-2458.

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  • After 18-year-old Caleb Ray Diehl disappeared from Nocona, Texas, one person, and one person only, began an attempt to steer the missing person investigation in a particular way. Only, this individual – close family friend Ricky Dale Howard – was a terrible director whose statements and actions were far-fetched and downright bizarre. Though he tried to make Caleb’s family and law enforcement investigators believe Caleb Diehl had left of his own free will and didn’t necessarily want to be found, not a soul was buying it. Upon further investigation into this man, police uncovered a dark and depraved secret that had been the subject of whispers throughout Montague county and the surrounding areas for years. Part 2 of 2.

    If you have any information about Caleb Ray Diehl’s disappearance, call Montague County Crime Stoppers at (940) 894-2871, the Nocona Police Department at (940) 825-3281, or the Montague County District Attorney’s office at (940) 894-6211.

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  • On the outside, 18-year-old Caleb Ray Diehl was a normal teenager living a relatively normal teenage life. He was born and raised in a small town – Nocona, Texas – and extremely close to his family. After celebrating his 18th birthday party at his Mom’s house, Caleb prepared to make the hour and a half drive to his sister’s house in Bedford, where he was living while he finished high school. He never made it, and he’s not been seen since. When someone the Diehl family knew began making strange claims concerning Caleb’s disappearance, it was confusing. The man was close to them, and it was unimaginable he’d try to muddy the waters just to save Caleb’s mother worry. So, was it for a more nefarious purpose? Part 1 of 2.

    If you have any information about the disappearance of Caleb Ray Diehl, please contact the Montague County Sheriff’s Office at (940) 894-2871.

    From Jaimie Beebe of Strictly Stalking, check out The Last Trip at: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-last-trip/id1715813037

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