911 Murder Advice, Teacher’s Aide and Hit Man, MI John Doe

Today we are talking about a woman who called 911 for advice on murder.  We also talk about a teacher’s aide who tried to hire a hit man for an elementary school child.  We also have three cases of a John Doe who had their identities resolved.  Find out more by listening to our podcast or reading the full show notes at http://www.MichiganandotherMayhem.com

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Hello From Michigan and other Mayhem on Memorial Day

Here at Michigan and other Mayhem, two non-professional researchers will intrigue you with interesting stories about Michigan murders, mysteries, odd facts, and other mayhem from around the world. Two sisters-in-law will keep you guessing about what our next subject will be as we discuss true crime, paranormal, historical, and scientific topics. Our weekly podcast will keep you entertained and possibly titillated.

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Show Notes: Additional Information On Our Episodes, Part 1

This show, “Michigan and other Mayhem”, is a sort of factual, slightly comical, always earnest podcast about interesting stuff in Michigan and around the world. It is done by two sisters-in-law (Ali and Jenn) that like to talk about random interesting stories.  Expect cults, mysteries, murder, fast talking, and a couple of mental palate cleansers… and cuss words.  Those happen on this show, a lot.

Episode 34: Ali and Jenn are giving additional information on podcasts they’ve already done.

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  • Pretend podcast music because Jenn likes it.
  • Ali has a weird laugh. It is often loud.

Ali starts with podcasts that she likes.  “Beach too sandy, water too wet” is one that does funny reviews on Yelp, etc. Highly recommended by her. Jenn suggested that they look up hotels in Cocoa Beach, FL.  Ali also likes “Family Secrets” as a podcast. A lot of it has to do with DNA testing.  Those kits are changing people’s lives. People used to think Ali and her sisters were triplets, but there are eight years between the oldest (Poppy) and the youngest (Cassie).

Jenn and Ali are locked in combat with a squirrel that is invading Jenn’s house. It caused Jenn to drink twice in one day.

From a podcast we did in October of 2018: The Benton Harbor House of David is a cult that was established in Benton Harbor, Michigan in 1903. The cult’s membership peaked in the 1920’s, with the religious entity owning an island and an amusement park. Due to a sexual abuse scandal in the late 1920’s the House of David split into two factions, both remaining in the area. The House of David was known for their baseball team exhibitions.

Today’s additional information comes from an article. A man named Phil Leece was told stories by his father about how he once was the catcher for a game that was pitched by baseball Hall of Fame member, Satchel Paige. Phil’s dad, George, used to play baseball for a local team in Denver, CO. Phil remembered George telling him that Satchel threw the ball so hard, his hand was swollen twice its normal size after the game. What Phil didn’t know, was how George managed to be on the same team as Satchel.

One day Phil was listening to NPR and heard about a man named Chris Siriano, who had written a book on Satchel Paige. Chris solved the mystery for Phil. There was a barnstorming tournament and Satchel Paige, playing with the House of David, came to town. Cy Perkins, Satchel’s regular catcher, wasn’t able to make to the city to play. George agreed to be his back-up and was given a House of David jersey to play in.  It was that jersey that Phil would sometimes wear as a child, sparking his interest in the mystery.


From a podcast we did in November of 2018: Ali talked about lake sturgeon being in the Great Lakes for the last 136 million years. She considers it to be Michigan’s evolutional answer to Florida’s alligator.

Today’s additional information comes from an article. Last spring the DNR (department of natural resources) released more than 12,000 juvenile sturgeon into Michigan’s public waters. That is twice the amount of fish they released in 2017. Lake sturgeon can live for over 100 years and weigh up a couple hundred pounds. They are harmless bottom feeders who pose no risk to humans.


From a podcast we did in January of 2019:  Pastor kills transgendered woman. Albert Walters, the pastor,  will be tried for open murder in December for the killing of Kelly Stough. He is the man who killed Kelly, went to work, punched in, then called the police.  At the time, he claimed he was attacked. Mr. Walters told police his weapon went off on mistake.


From a podcast we did in January of 2019:  Rhoden family slaughter.  This was the case in which an entire family was killed in multiple homes in one night.  It was believed to be due to a child custody cast. Currently they are still in the pretrial evidence discovery phase. All evidence should be turned over to the defense by June 1st. We should here of the trial officially starting end of September. It will be the first quarter of 2020 until we see the trial of the two grandmothers. The family, with the exception of the two grandmothers, are in jail. The Grandmothers are on house arrest with GPS bracelets.


From a podcast we did in January of 2019: The Northville Psychiatric Hospital was established in 1952, with luxurious accommodations for patients. Due to a decline in state funding through the 1970’s and 80’s, the hospital became a site for abuse and neglect.  Every building on the sprawling 453-acre property was shut down in 2003.  Teens, such as Ali’s cousin J, used to go hang out at the abandoned property, including the underground tunnels.

Today’s additional information comes from an article. As of today, the city of Northville Michigan has almost fully completed the demolition of the eight-story main hospital building. Officials say the building was an eyesore, a safety hazard, and it costs the city money to police it from trespassers.


From a podcast we did in February of 2019: Serial Killer Leslie Allen Williams. Leslie was a habitual offender that attacked and raped women, each time he was paroled. After his last release from jail, he killed four young women and raped a nine-year-old girl. It was an ex-girlfriend of Leslie’s that lead police to a field that ended up containing the bodies of his victims.

Today’s additional information comes from someone who contacted us via Facebook. This person later deleted their post, so I will keep their name private out of respect. This is what she sent, “I was Leslie girlfriend the whole time… I WARNED the WIXOM police about the rape of a 9 yr old in Milford area… THEY ignored me… and he went onto kill 4 more… I was then harassed by the WIXOM POLICE… relentlessly… becuz they did not believe me… The Wixom police department… really messed up…”

From a podcast we did in March of 2019:  Murder of Stephen McAfee.  This is the case where Stephen disappeared.  Later, his friend, Andrew was charged with his murder. Andrew claimed that he was walking in the woods with Stephen when Stephen attacked. Andrew claimed self-defense.  However, later you find out he brought a girl, Evette, to view the body and together they disposed of it.   Andrew Fiacco was found guilty of the murder and dismemberment of Stephen McAfee. He was sentenced to 52 years in prison. Evette MacDonald was found guilty of accessory after the fact. She received 1 year in prison and 3 years of probation.


From a podcast we did in March of 2019: Ali discussed the Mackinac Bridge during a discussion about 20 things you might have to explain if someone isn’t from Michigan. The Mackinac Bridge is the largest suspension Bridge in the Western Hemisphere, connecting the state’s upper and lower peninsula. Michigan provides an escort service for people too fearful to cross the bridge on their own.

Today’s additional information comes from Ali’s mom, Sheila. Sheila and Ali’s stepdad, Dave, went to the UP (upper peninsula) to pick up a family tractor.  Dave collected John Deere tractors and memorabilia. The day the two of them were supposed to cross the Mackinac Bridge, south to the lower peninsula, there was a high wind advisory. The bridge was already closed to people driving north. The bridge authorities told my mom and stepdad that they couldn’t cross unless semi-trucks were willing to drive alongside them to buffer the wind. Three truck drivers agreed and the four of them left, with my mom and Dave pulling a huge trailer with a farming tractor on it. My mom said you would feel their truck and the tractor/trailer being lifted and pushed around by the wind despite the semi buffers. She said she was simultaneously praying and threatening Dave with never being forgiven if she drowns. She thought they too, were going to be blown over the edge, like what happened to a woman in the 1980’s.

From a podcast we did in March of 2019: Ali discussed the plethora of potholes in Michigan during a discussion about 20 things you might have to explain if someone isn’t from Michigan.

Today’s additional information comes from an article. The following happened in Nebraska, but it just as likely to happen in Michigan. A man was in an ambulance, suffering from a rapid heartbeat.  The ambulance hit a pothole and jolted so hard, that it bumped the man’s heartbeat back to its regular pace.  There is one other case of this happening in the 1970’s. The article was brought to our attention by guest podcaster, Caid.


From a podcast we did in March of 2019: Ali discussed the fact that Michigan is the only state in the United States that is formed from two peninsulas during a discussion about 20 things you might have to explain if someone isn’t from Michigan. Both peninsulas are surrounded by the Great Lakes.

Today’s additional information comes from an article. Last year, 2018, broke a record with the Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project, which has tracked drowning deaths in the Great Lakes since 2010.  2018 was the first year the number of people drowning went above 100, to reach 110. Lake Michigan took 39 lives, while 35 lives were lost to Lake Erie. Historically, nearly half of all water deaths occur on Lake Michigan. On August 5, 2018 a human chain pulled five different struggling swimmers out of the water.

The Executive Director of the Great Lakes Surf Rescue Project blames warm weather mixed with high winds. People are seeking heat relief from the weather while dismissing red flag warnings at state park beaches. Statistically, the person most likely to drown on a Great Lake is a male African American teenager, making up 85% of the deaths.

In a water emergency follow the reminder “flip, float, follow”. Flip on your back to calm down and catch your breath. Float until you no longer feel you are in crisis. Follow a riptide or current, until you can safely escape  it. Don’t directly swim against a rip tide. Should the current pull you away from shore, don’t try to swim directly back, but try to swim diagonally to leave the riptide.


From a podcast we did in April of 2019:  Wilda Wilkinson. Her home was broken into and she was robbed and killed.  Michael Curry confessed to her death five times.  We talked about how Michael Curry had been charged in Wilda Wilkinson’s cold case murder from 1986. On May 4th it was reported that Michael Curry’s charges were dismissed, and he was released from jail. When the state police were asked if Michael Curry was still a suspect, they directed the question to the prosecutor’s office. No reason has been given to why the charges were dropped.

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Additional Information On Our Episodes, Part 1

Today we are talking about additional information on previous podcasts. Get a little extra information into your lives.  Find out more by listening to our podcast or reading the full show notes at http://www.MichiganandotherMayhem.com

Click Here to Listen to Episode 34

Continuing the Conversation: Self-Defense Techniques

Continuing the conversation: This week we talked about self defense. Here are some self-defense techniques you can use against an attacker. Stay safe out there.

Show Notes: Our Hosts Talk About Being Victims of Crime, Talk Self Defense

This show, “Michigan and other Mayhem”, is a sort of factual, slightly comical, always earnest podcast about interesting stuff in Michigan and around the world. It is done by two sisters-in-law (Ali and Jenn) that like to talk about random interesting stories.  Expect cults, mysteries, murder, fast talking, and a couple of mental palate cleansers… and cuss words.  Those happen on this show, a lot.

Episode 33: Jenn and Ali tell personal experiences with almost being abducted as kids, being mugged, and having their house broken into; self defense –  *Explicit. Contains Strong Language throughout podcast*

Click Here to Listen to Episode 33

*Explicit. Contains Strong Language throughout podcast*


  • Pretend podcast music because Jenn likes it.
  • Ali has a weird laugh. It is often loud.

Today we decided to get drunk and tell you about our personal traumas.  Both Jenn and Ali had brushes with men trying to abduct them as children.  Both Jenn and Ali were mugged.  Ali was mugged twice, but Jenn was mugged at gun point, which is like being mugged twice. Ali had her house broken into, while Jenn had her car broken into, as well as her apartment. Ali was almost carjacked.

Jenn has also bought a camera so they can blog.  Ali is unhappy as she thinks this means she has to brush her hair.

Jenn’s Near Miss As A Child

Jenn lived in Milan, MI after her family left Ohio. To visit a friend, she had to walk four or five houses down and cross the street. One day while walking, Jenn made it to the corner and was about to cross the street when a car pulled up. It was some type of sporty car, like a red Camero.  The driver asked Jenn if she wanted some candy.  In response, Jenn began screaming and ran all the way home.

Her mom was home, but she was cleaning and listening to music really loud. She didn’t hear Jenn right away.  Jenn guilt-tripped her mom at the time, but she is sorry now. They never caught the guy.

Jenn couldn’t walk by herself afterward. She had to go to counseling.  The family moved to Ypsilanti and between her therapist and her family, they forced Jenn to walk by herself.

Ali’s Near Miss As A Child

Ali (I)  grew up in Wolverine Lake, Village. There is a Dairy Twist at the corner of Glengary and Benstein. When I was in elementary school, my mom let me, and my sister Poppy, walk up to the Dairy Twist alone. It was a special treat. It seemed like a long walk, but it was about ¾ of a mile.

A man was driving down Glengary, in the same direction that they were walking.  He beeped his horn, I did a dance, and he turned his car around. Now he’s on the same side of the street and he pulls over to get us to talk to him. I am 100 percent sure that if we got anywhere near the car, he is going to grab us.  Poppy steps closer to hear him and I grab her arm, thinking that I’m saving her life.

It was an old car (from the 60’s or 70’s), it was gold with a white vinyl roof. It had a bench seat. The man was balding, and he had a bottle of liquor sitting next to him, with a folded-up newspaper.

All a sudden a woman runs screaming out of the laundromat a little distance up from us.  As soon as the man heard her, he took off. Ali’s first thought was “We’re in trouble, and now I’m not getting any ice cream.” The woman escorted us to the laundromat so we could call our mom to come and get us. She kept saying, “I saw everything!”

My mom did not take us for ice cream.

Later, when the police came to our house, they asked us if it was a convertible. It wasn’t. Poppy told on Ali, but Ali should have known, because that’s what she did as a child.

Jenn Was Mugged At Gun Point

Jenn was driving into her apartment complex, pregnant with her son, Brandon. It was around dinner time, and she noticed a SUV behind her.

She parked and walked up to the door at the entrance of the building. She didn’t hear her robber approach her, until the gun was to her head.  Jenn was having a ‘everything is shit’ pregnancy day before the robbery.

He demanded the purse, but she didn’t want to give it up, because she needed her keys. The purse only had pennies and maxed out credit cards in it. Her focus was her key ring. She said “Shoot me. I’m pregnant. I had a bad day.” And tells him all her troubles.

The whole time she is talking, he is yanking on her purse and she’s getting out her keys. The strap broke and he took the purse. She was just holding the strap. The police came. She had no idea where he came from and the cops were giving her a hard time about the direction she thought he was coming from.

The purse was found later but the change was gone. They left the credit cards and her ID in the purse.

Ali Was Mugged

The first time Ali was mugged, she was in Pontiac, at the corner of M-59 and Crescent Lake Road. There used to be a movie theatre there. There was a pay phone we stopped at to ask some friends if they want to see a movie. They didn’t.

As we were pulling away, some guys pulled up next to us to talk. There are four guys in the car, but two never get out of the backseat. I was in the backseat of my sister’s car, our friend Heather was in the front passenger seat, and Poppy, who was the driver, got out of the car.

One guy opens the driver’s door of our car, leans in and tries to eject the cassette tape we were listening to. Heather is fighting him, but he gets it out. He reaches for our cassette holder, but Heather wins that fight.  He then grabs Poppy’s purse, and Heather is fighting over that, but the strap breaks and he has Poppy’s purse.

Her purse was open, and everything fell to the pavement. I got out of the car, because my sister is now out there alone. I’m watching Poppy pick her stuff up when I get punched in the face.  It was a hard hit, but I had fist fought a lot before.  Poppy punches like a man, way harder than that guy.  I turned and gave him a dirty look.

The guys just stared at me.  They didn’t realize I could a hit and not cry or go down.

While we were out of the car, one of the two guys kept trying to grab us by our vaginas, which is criminal sexual conduct. One guy spit on Poppy, which was assault and battery.

They all jump into the car and drive off slowly. They aren’t worried about me writing down the license plate, as the car belongs to the mom of one of their girlfriends.

Cops in Waterford still found them. We immediately called the police from the pay phone we used earlier. They were able to trace the car to them.

I found out that the guy that punched me in the face had a previous attempted murder charge on his record. I wasn’t even called during the trial.

Ali Was Mugged, Again

It happened again in the 1990’s (around 1996) but this time I was in Ypsilanti. I was a broke college student and I had walked to Frog Island to swing on the swing sets. I had taken my shoes off.

A bum walked up to me, he was about 6’4”, thin and dirty. He tells me, “I’m going to rob you.” I keep swinging because I don’t have any money or even any pockets. I laughed. He then told me he was going to take my shoes.

He also says, “I’m going to beat you up.”

I can see another man in the park, down by the Huron river. I tell the bum that I am going to call for help.  I call to the other man, “Can you help me? This guy is robbing me.” And in response, the man got up, looked at us, and walked in the opposite direction.

I looked back at the bum, and he smirked at me.

I’m trying to get the swing to stop as he is putting my shoes on. I want to be able to defend myself or run away. Of course, they don’t fit.

He tries to grab me, but I run around him and toward the entrance of the park. There is a pay phone there. I quick call the cops, but he’s gaining on me, so I hang up.  Across the street I can see a man mowing his lawn.  I run up to him and say, “This man is chasing me. Can I please stand in your yard?” He turned off his lawn mower, walked in his house, and closed the door.

Abandoned by the second man in one day, I can see the bum getting closer. I felt so unsafe.  I took off and ran home. I lost some faith in humanity that day.

(Side note: One of Jenn’s cars has a tape deck. Her newest car has a CD player.)

Yelling fire helps you, not because someone wants to help you, but because they are concerned their stuff might get hurt in a fire.

Jenn’s Car Broken Into, At the Same Complex as Her Robbery

She believes it was someone she knows. She had an ex who put a speaker system in her car. This is during a time when people had giant subwoofers. Jenn had a baby seat in the back.

One morning she woke up to a smashed car window. Someone had taken out the subwoofers and put her son’s seat back. It wasn’t until Jenn turned on the radio that she knew something was missing.

Jenn’s Apartment Broken Into, At the Same Complex as Her Robbery

Someone had shattered her sliding glass door. They did steal her old sewing machine. They also dragged their hand across all the clothes in her walk-in closet, wiping blood on them. Jenn threw out all the clothes. Nothing else was missing.

Ali and Her Cousin Are Almost Carjacked

My mom has seven siblings.  I have so many cousins.  For this story, the cousin with me will remain anonymous.

We were in Detroit, trying to buy weed. It was around 1997. It was a cold and rainy night. As we were driving around a corner, a man got into the backseat of our car. I believe he fully intended to rob us, but we were very nice to him.

As soon as he got in my cousin and I look back at him. My cousin said, “Hey buddy, you need a ride somewhere?”  I was, “Can we help you? I know it is a bad night out there.  Need us to go somewhere?”

He sat there quietly, and about a block later, asked us to let him out. I don’t think we was ready for us to have that response.

Ali Has Her House Broken Into

When I divorced my first husband, I had less than no money. The only place I could afford to live was in this beat-up trailer that I bought. The back door on this trailer was the hankiest backdoor ever built. I had to nail it to the wall to keep it in place.

While I was working at the hospital, I had to back the system up.  It would take about 16 hours or so. I had to change physical tapes at the hospital. That night my daughter was with her dad, so I asked my sister if I stay at her apartment, which was only a mile from the hospital.  I changed the tapes multiple times through the night.

The next day I am at work again and my best friend/neighbor, Homer, called.  (He was the most wonderful person. I loved him until he died, and I love him still.  He was in his late 70’s when I met him.) Homer told me that someone noticed my backdoor was laying in the lot next to my house. It was a 90% abandoned trailer park; nothing was next to my house but grass.

Homer goes into my house and calls me back and tells me someone was in my house. I drive home and the back door is in the next yard. I am pissed.  My heat has been running all night and it was cold. I’m a broke single parent, and it is right before Christmas. I might as well as throw money out of the window.

The second thing that made me mad was the robber had opened my fridge and freezer and left them open. I had to throw out all of that food and buy more. I was so mad. My fridge was running all night.

They stole a giant bag of loose change I had for Arianna. He had moved my mattress.

That Christmas, gold jewelry had gone one sale for 75% off, so I bought stuff for my mom and sisters that was gold. Everything was in bags, because I don’t wrap gifts.  Everything but the gold fell out of the bags when he dumped them. He stole the DVDs I had bought my ex-husband from my daughter.

My former father in law owned a mobile home parts store. He brought me a new back door.

I was all indignant on the cops. Canton cops did not care that a trailer was robbed. At one point I called as was all righteous, “Sir, I understand that due to my current socioeconomic status, I live in a trailer park. I assure you I deserve as much attention as the richer people. I am a fine citizen of this state.”

Self Defense Techniques

Fight to stay in place: Do not allow yourself to be taken to a secondary location.  The chances of you surviving through a location change is very low.  Should someone try to pull you into their car, one thing you can do is wedge yourself in place while you fight. With their car door open, facing the hood, lock an arm over the car door and another over the windshield.  Kick backwards at the person trying to pull you in the car while screaming to draw attention.  You can also lock your arm around the window frame.

How to get out of a bind: Should someone try to bind your hands together with zip ties or duct tape, try to keep your hands in front of you.  Also, try to make sure the inside of both your wrists are touching. When you are bound like this, you can break the zip tie or duct tape by swinging your hands down and hitting yourself in the leg if you’re sitting, or your stomach if you are laying on your back. The force of the hit will rip the tape or break the tie.  You can use the same technique on your legs if you clasp your hands together a swing them like a club at the tape, while pulling your legs apart as hard as you can.

Escaping a car trunk:  In fall of 2001, it became mandatory to install glow in the dark pull handles inside of car trunks.  Pull this to escape, if at all possible.  Should that device be disabled, you still have two options. You can try to locate the spare tire jack at the bottom of the trunk, under the carpet.  The jack can be used to pry the trunk open.  Or you could try and kick out a break light, and signal for help to someone behind the car.

Five Vulnerable Points on a Human

  1. Eyes: I’ve said it before, go for the eyes.  It is incredibly painful to be poked in the eye.  It can be disorienting. Also, someone being poked in their eye will jerk their head back as an automatic response, this will all an opening for you to attack another vulnerable place.
  2. Nose: It only takes nine pounds of pressure to break someone’s nose. As someone who has broken her nose (Ali) it will also cause your eyes to water, making it hard to see.
  3. Throat: Hit them in the throat with either a closed fist or the blade of your hand. You can also form your hand into the shape of a C and grab their trachea. Either of these techniques will cause damage, and enough force will crush their windpipe.
  4. Groin: A groin kick hurts men and women.  I played soccer in high school and was on the receiving end of a groin kick.  It hurt and left a bruise. Try to hit a man as directly as possible, because enough force can burst one of his testicles.  This will give you time to run away and get help.
  5. Lower Body Joints: A kick to the front of the knee cap can dislodge it, causing your attacker too much pain to follow you as you run off. Should you struggle to reach their knee, try stomping or kicking their feet and ankles with the heel of your foot.

For women, remember that your legs are stronger than your arms.  Should you try to do something with force, use your legs if possible.  Also, use your elbows to strike in close quarters.  Your elbow is strong and is less likely to break than a bone in your hand.

Don’t wait for them to strike or grab you.  Start planning your fight the moment you sense you might be in trouble.  Run.  Always run.

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Our Hosts Talk About Being Victims of Crime, Talk Self Defense

Today we are talking about the times we were victims of crime.  We also discuss a few self-defense techniques.  Find out more by listening to our podcast or reading the full show notes at http://www.MichiganandotherMayhem.com

Episode 33 *Explicit. Contains Strong Language throughout podcast*

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Continuing the Conversation J.Z. Knight Ramtha School of Enlightenment

Continuing the conversation: This week we talked about J.Z. Knight and the Ramtha School of Enlightenment.


Check out Shelley Clarks Youtube video of J.Z. Knight as Ramtha on the Merv Griffin Show in 1985.


Check out joy m’s Youtube video of J.Z. Knight talking on Larry King Live about how people are addicted to their emotions.


Freedom Foundation submitted videos of J.Z. Knight saying hate speech. The Freedom Foundation submitted these videos so that they would be on the formal public record and allows these videos to viewed by anyone who wanted to see them. Freedom Foundation claims J.Z Knight has paid millions to keep these videos out of the hands of the public.

You can check out the Freedom Foundation’s Youtube Video here.


You can watch an interview with Glen Cunningham about his experience with J.Z. Knight on David McCarthy’s Youtube video below.

Continuing the Conversation: H.H. Holmes scam artist and serial killer

Continuing the conversation: This week we talked about H.H. Holmes who was a scam artist and a serial killer.  Check out this YouTube video from the Infographics show for more:

Continuing the Conversation: Bobby Dunbar Disappearance and Kidnapping True Crime Story

Continuing the conversation: This week we talked about Bobby Dunbar. In the early 1900’s a young boy, Bobby Dunbar, disappeared during a camping trip.  Eight months later, another boy is brought back to the family.

There are two families claiming the same child.  Who does he belong to?  Check out BuzzFeed Unsolved Q+A Youtube video.


Check out BuzzFeed Unsolved True Crime Youtube video of The Bizarre Disappearance of Bobby Dunbar

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