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Ashley O’Connor: Texas Vacationer Found Buried In Maryland Beach Hole, ‘Things Don’t Add Up’

Ashley O’Connor fell into a hole on the beach and died of suffocation, Ocean City Police say. The Texas woman was on vacation in Maryland with family members at the time of the incident. Ashley O’Connor was last seen by her family at around 2 a.m. Law enforcement authorities don’t believe Ashley O’Connor’s death was crime-related. Those who know Ashley O’Connor say the circumstances “don’t add up.”

 

Thirty-year-old Ashley O’Connor, who was newly married to another woman, had just attended the wedding of a friend before heading to the beach in Maryland. When Ashley O’Connor didn’t return to her place of lodging, her parents contacted police and reported her missing. She was found at daybreak by a beachgoer, who saw the victim’s arm sticking out of the sand, People reports.

 

It was an eerie scene. The last moments Ashley O’Connor endured before she expired had to be terrifying. Now, investigators

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Mexican Cartel Extermination Field Found near UNESCO Site

GOMEZ FARIAS, Tamaulipas — Human rights activists searching for cartel victims found an extermination field used by Los Zetas to bury and incinerate at least 500 near a UNESCO-protected ecological biosphere.

The extermination field was found in the southeastern part of Tamaulipas in the rural community of Alfredo Bonfil. The area is close to El Cielo Biosphere, a protected ecological site known as Mexico’s northernmost tropical forest and cloud forest region. Breitbart Texas was able to confirm through Mexican court documents that Los Zetas members confessed to operating multiple incineration sites throughout the border state.

Tamaulipas is one region that has two former governors who are wanted by the U.S. Department of Justice on money laundering charges in connection with cartel bribes. Prosecutors believe that Tomas Yarrington and Eugenio Hernandez received bribes in exchange for protecting criminal organizations. Yarrington is

Read more at: http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2017/07/25/mexican-cartel-extermination-field-found-near-unesco-site/

Mom of missing St. George teen: Remains found do not match Macin’s profile

Macin Smith, seen left when he was a child and on right, as a teen. Photos Courtesy: Facebook

ST. GEORGE, Utah, July 7, 2017 (Gephardt Daily) — The human remains found last month 40 miles south of St. George do not match the profile of missing teen Macin Smith, his mother says.

“The remains are dated and do not match Macin’s profile,” Tracey Bratt-Smith told Gephardt Daily exclusively on Friday.

The remains in Arizona were found by a county road employee on June 1 near mile post 22 on County Road 101, also known as Mud Mountain Road. The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, in a news release, described the remains as “a lower half of a human jaw and some long bones.”

Bratt-Smith said the Mohave County Medical Examiner’s Office has not yet positively identified the bones, as they are not thought to come from a

Read more at: http://gephardtdaily.com/local/macin-mom-summer/

Angie Dodge And Lori Billingsley Missing Teens Found Dead Slated For Investigation Discovery

Angie Dodge and Lori Billingsley will be the subject of Who Killed Angie Dodge? and Motives and Murders: Cracking The Case on Investigation Discovery. Angie Dodge and Lori Billingsley were two teens who disappeared and were later found dead. For the documentary Who Killed Angie Dodge?, Keith Morrison will interview Angie Dodge’s mother, who now believes that the man convicted of killing her daughter two decades ago is innocent. Inquisitr introduced you to the story when it aired a month ago on CBS 48 Hours. On Investigation Discovery’s Motives and Murders: Cracking the case, the murder of Lori Gale Billingsley, who vanished more than 30 years ago, will be dramatized. The episode title for Lori’s case is called “A Sister’s Promise.” Lori Billingsley’s sister and Detective Murray of the Washington County Sheriff’s Department will be interviewed by producers.

Who Killed Angie Dodge?

On Who Killed Angie Dodge? with Keith Morrison,

Read more at: http://www.inquisitr.com/4254572/angie-dodge-and-lori-billingsley-missing-teens-found-dead-slated-for-investigation-discovery-tonight/

Angie Dodge And Lori Billingsley Missing Teens Found Dead Slated …

Angie Dodge and Lori Billingsley will be the subject of Who Killed Angie Dodge? and Motives and Murders: Cracking The Case on Investigation Discovery. Angie Dodge and Lori Billingsley were two teens who disappeared and were later found dead. For the documentary Who Killed Angie Dodge?, Keith Morrison will interview Angie Dodge’s mother, who now believes that the man convicted of killing her daughter two decades ago is innocent. Inquisitr introduced you to the story when it aired a month ago on CBS 48 Hours. On Investigation Discovery’s Motives and Murders: Cracking the case, the murder of Lori Gale Billingsley, who vanished more than 30 years ago, will be dramatized. The episode title for Lori’s case is called “A Sister’s Promise.” Lori Billingsley’s sister and Detective Murray of the Washington County Sheriff’s Department will be interviewed by producers.

Who Killed Angie Dodge?

On Who Killed Angie Dodge? with Keith Morrison,

Read more at: http://www.inquisitr.com/4254572/angie-dodge-and-lori-billingsley-missing-teens-found-dead-slated-for-investigation-discovery-tonight/

Death of Angel Doe, girl found dead in a ditch, features on ID’s Real Detective

Real Detective probes thedeath of a 9-year-old girl found dead in the Houston area

Real Detective probes the death of a 9-year-old who became known as Angel Doe

Tonight’s season finale of Real Detective follows investigator Clarence Douglas as he probes the death of six-year-old Raysate Chain Knight — whose body went unidentified for six months after she was found dead in a ditch.

The episode is titled Angel Doe, the name Raysate was known by before she was identified. In it Douglas is determined to find out why her death wasn’t reported and how she ended up being neglected.

Raysate’s body was found on September 9, 2001, showing she had suffered bruising and was malnourished before she died.

She had been killed after sustaining blunt trauma to the head. An autopsy reportedly showed she had suffered from physical abuse for a long period of time.

Her mother Connie Knight, who had a history

Read more at: http://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/death-of-angel-doe-girl-found-dead-in-a-ditch-features-on-ids-real-detective/

Has Netflix Found Its Next Making a Murderer?

Once upon a time, Making a Murderer’s intense focus on a fishy-seeming murder case—one that invited viewers to serve as both judge and jury—led scores of people to compare the show to Serial, the hit podcast generally credited with spurring the recent true-crime revival. Now, though, the Netflix series’s own success—and the long gap between its first season and its second, which still hasn’t premiered—has left fans and commentators hungry for another show to compare to Making a Murderer itself. Was Netflix’s Amanda Knox documentary the next Making a Murderer? (No, it was a one-off movie.) What about Discovery Channel’s Killing Fields? (Nah, reviews were mixed, and it never really captured the zeitgeist.) Will an upcoming adaptation of The Von Bulow Affair do the trick? (Maybe, though if it’s airing on Investigation Discovery, probably not.)

It’s possible, of course, that there is no “next” Making a Murderer.

Read more at: http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2017/04/netflix-making-a-murderer-the-keepers-sister-cathy-murder

Has Netflix Found Its Next Making a Murderer

Once upon a time, Making a Murderer’s intense focus on a fishy-seeming murder case—one that invited viewers to serve as both judge and jury—led scores of people to compare the show to Serial, the hit podcast generally credited with spurring the recent true-crime revival. Now, though, the Netflix series’s own success—and the long gap between its first season and its second, which still hasn’t premiered—has left fans and commentators hungry for another show to compare to Making a Murderer itself. Was Netflix’s Amanda Knox documentary the next Making a Murderer? (No, it was a one-off movie.) What about Discovery Channel’s Killing Fields? (Nah, reviews were mixed, and it never really captured the zeitgeist.) Will an upcoming adaptation of The Von Bulow Affair do the trick? (Maybe, though if it’s airing on Investigation Discovery, probably not.)

It’s possible, of course, that there is no “next” Making a Murderer.

Read more at: http://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2017/04/netflix-making-a-murderer-the-keepers-sister-cathy-murder

‘Disappeared’: Kortne Stouffer Timeline Retraced In Missing, No Body Found Case On Investigation Discovery

The case of Kortne Stouffer, a missing Palmyra, Pennsylvania, woman, will air on Investigation Discovery’s true-crime series Disappeared, Lancaster Online reported. Disappeared is a riveting docu-series that examines America’s most frightening missing persons stories. 21-year-old Kortne Ciera Stouffer vanished without a trace five years ago. Since then, the investigation has led to few clues, and her body has not been found. On ID’s Disappeared, Pennsylvania investigators and family members will retrace the timeline from her last -moments to her eerie 2012 disappearance between 3:45 a.m. and 7:30 a.m. the following morning.

According to Disappeared on Investigation Discovery, Kortne Stouffer was a bubbly and gorgeous young woman who loved living her life. Her warm spirit was like a ray of sunshine for those who loved her. That’s especially true for her father, Scott, who has been looking for his daughter since the moment he learned that she had gone missing. That

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