Links to Cold Cases and Missing Persons

Bad Date, The Lost Girls of Vancouver's Low Track They were there and then they were gone. There are no bodies, no crime scenes, no clues as to what happened to 27 women who have disappeared from the underworld of drug addiction and prostitution in Vancouver's downtown eastside.

Missing Sarah Born May 12, 1969, Sarah de Vries was adopted by Maggie de Vries' parents in April, 1970. She became the youngest in a family of four children. In April, 1998, Sarah de Vries disappeared from Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. On Aug. 6, 2002, she was identified through DNA in a police search of Robert Pickton's Port Coquitlam property. In a new book, Maggie de Vries remembers her bright, funny, complicated sister. This is the first of three excerpts.

The Pickton File Stevie Cameron turns her renowned analytical eye from the "crooks in suits" of her previous books to the case of Vancouver's missing women and the man who has been charged with killing 27 of them, who if convicted will have the horrific distinction of being the worst serial killer in Canadian history.

Missing Pieces A program designed to raise public awareness and encourage communication of information between people who can help locate or identify individuals in cases that have been classified as Unsolved, Missing, Murdered and Unidentified.

Pickton Trial on Orato Two former Vancouver sex trade workers cover the trial of alleged serial killer Robert Pickton. They worked alongside the 26 women Pickton is accused of murdering, and now give the fallen women a voice. Images of missing women.

Missing and Murdered Women In Vancouver, B.C., Northern B.C. and in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, over 100 women have disappeared and/or been murdered in the last 20 years. Many have been described as having high risk lifestyles. VANCOUVER’S MISSING WOMEN WEBSITE: Where have my sisters gone?

The Vancouver Sun - Robert Pickton on Trial

CBC News Coverage Vancouver's missing women.

Missing Persons and Unsolved Crimes at Fugitive Hunter For persons investigating or researching unsolved missing/unidentified cases from the past. Most cases involved are older than ten years. This list is open to all interested, but is NOT intended to be another lame forum for "serial killer fans". If you have any serious questions or ideas though, feel welcome to join in or start a discussion. Todd Matthews-Moderator. A Volunteer Organization dedicated to Missing Persons and Unidentified Victims’ Cold Cases in North America, Australia and Europe.  Vickie Robin Bertram died in Livingston, Tennessee in 1976. The cause of this young girl's death remains a mystery; her case is still unsolved after 24 years.r  Peter Warren, Investigative Journalist and broadcaster exposed the story of the killings of more than 60 addicted sex trade workers on Vancouver's notorious Downtown Eastside. Peter forced the Vancouver Police department to get off of their collective butts and take this case seriously through his CKNW  RADIO series "WHERE ARE THESE WOMEN." Master Detective and the Thirty Year Mystery of the Tent Girl. Todd Matthews had an obsession. He lives in Livingston, Tennessee, and out of the blue he recently contacted Master Detective. He had a fascinating story to tell. It began before he was born, but he was destined to become an important part of it. Thanks to him, it was to have a sequel... The Tent Girl was identified as BARBARA HACKMANN TAYLOR in 1998. This article is a copy of the 1969 issue of Master Detective magazine outlining the case. The character referred to in the story as "Bart Cranston" was in reality WILBUR father in law. His name was changed in the 1969 issue for his protection. Read the rest of the Tent Girl story in the links at the bottom of the page. Master Detective will publish a sequel to the Tent Girl story in the December 2001 issue.  In Vancouver, BC, more than 45 women involved in prostitution and or addicted to drugs have vanished from the streets of the downtown eastside. This group is open to all interested. Was the "Tent Girl". Ms Barbara A. Hackman - Taylor murdered? This story resides on "The Fallen Wall" as a testimonial for all victims' families, friends and law enforcement agencies that search unrelentingly to determine what happened to those whose lives were taken by unwillful acts.  The following pages are dedicated to the Herbert Children. This is a place no one wishes to qualify for. We are very sorry that you have a need to be here. You will find this to be a place of unconditional love and support. No one will judge you when you need to vent your pain (and it is so very necessary to do so).  Vickie Robin Bertram died in Livingston, Tennessee in 1976. The cause of this young girl's death remains a mystery; her case is still unsolved after 24 years.r A beautiful website in memory of Angela Rebecca Jardine and all the Vancouver's eastside missing women. Welcome to the Alabama Center for Missing and Exploited Children web site. This site is primarily geared to help in the recovery of missing children, but will also contain missing adults. Active missing kid cases and services.

Christy Lyn Garrard-Alabama On August 14, 1998, Christy was last seen in Boaz, Alabama. Christy was wearing a white cut off T-shirt, black shorts, and white tennis shoes.

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Updated: August 21, 2016