Thursday, September 30, 2010

Dead Along The Road, 2009

(This is the last in the series; see comments at the beginning.)

Dead Along The Road, 2006-2008

(The next in a series; see previous comments.)

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Dead Along The Road, 2004 and 2005

Posted here are sample cases from 2004 and 2005 as explained in the previous posting.

Dead Along The Road, 2002 and 2003

As I've discussed many times before, a lot of people turn up dead under suspicious circumstances along our local roads and highways. Here I'm posting some examples of this from back in 2002 and 2003. Note that the death of Col. Phillip Shue of Boerne also took place in 2003; I chose not to post any of the documentation for his case because there is already a great deal of information on it posted elsewhere on the web. (See especially the CBS "48 Hours Mystery" site.)

I'm not saying all of the deaths posted here are homicides. In fact, I'm fairly sure at least some of them are genuine accidents, natural causes, etc. However, I'm equally sure at least some of them (like Col. Shue's case) are most definitely homicides, and a lot of them are suspicious enough to warrant substantial further investigation in order to find out what really happened. These people, others whose cases I haven't posted, and their loved ones deserve to know the truth, and many of them deserve justice. Some of their stories frankly defy common sense and belief, while others involve various persons I have good reasons for doubting statements from.

The Skinned Woman

This excerpt is from a 12/30/06 article about former Bexar County Chief Medical Examiner Dr. Vincent DiMaio by V. Davila published in the San Antonio Express-News. This particular case is absolutely chilling, particularly in light of the fact that it's still unsolved.

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

A Bad Day For Pilots

Three local pilots died on the same day.

Stopping Dissent

Which side of the border are we on again?

Monday, September 27, 2010

People Named Farris

As shown here, within a three-month period at the end of 2005, the extended Farris family suddenly lost three members. Also, the last of these deaths was what I call a "dead on the side of the road" death, which I'll be going into in more detail soon because there are too many of them here.


Here I'm posting some examples of people I believe are victims who've been forgotten or ignored by law enforcement. (Sadly, there are many more.)

These persons are NOT forgotten by those who loved them, and they are not forgotten by me.

Notice how many of these people died from head trauma.