For more than 30 years, police sought the killer of 14-year-old Claire Hough, whose mutilated body was found by a homeless man in 1984 on a stretch of Torrey Pines State Beach near San Diego. She had been sexually assaulted.
The homeless man, Wallace Wheeler, had been sleeping at his sister’s house, which was just 100 feet away from the home of Claire’s grandparents. When he first encountered Claire’s parents, he told them he was a psychic — but for about 30 minutes, while detailing for them his purported powers, he never once mentioned that he discovered a body.
His behavior quickly became a lead pursued by police in the mystery of what happened at the beach, which is the focus of tonight’s episode of People Magazine Investigates, airing at 10 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery.
• For more on this case, watch the People Magazine Investigates episode Blood in the Sand on Mon., Jan. 8, at
Read more at: http://people.com/crime/claire-hough-torrey-pines-cold-case/
ANTIGO (WAOW) –
A missing Antigo teen makes the national spotlight, and now police hope for some new tips that will finally end the nearly eight-year-old mystery.
Kayla Berg was 15 years old when she was last seen being dropped off 35 miles away outside of a house in Wausau.
A TV special about her disappearance on the Investigation Discovery channel called “Disappeared: The Last Summer” aired Sunday night in front of a national TV audience.
Antigo Police Capt. James Kolpack said that even though the case happened in 2009, the investigation is still active and tips do occasionally trickle in.
“She’s missing. There’s a reason why she’s missing and it’s our job to find out what happened,” Kolpack said. “So yes, It bothers us all the time. We think about it all the time and we pursue any tips we
Read more at: http://www.wqow.com/story/35593792/2017/06/Monday/antigo-police-hopeful-for-new-clues-for-kayla-berg