Two Year Anniversary In Disappearance of Steven Koecher

Tomorrow marks the two year anniversary of Steven Koecher‘s disappearance. Koecher, who lived in St. George, UT at the time, was last seen in a surveillance video walking away from his car which he had parked at the end of a cul-de-sac in a Henderson, NV neighborhood on December 13, 2009.  Recently purchased Christmas presents, […]

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Searching For Marble

Marble Arvidson, a seventeen year old high school senior from Brattleboro, VT has been missing since August 27, 2011.  This weekend FindMarble.org is hosting an event called ‘Hike For A Cause’ to expand the search for Marble.  I was one of 85 volunteers who turned up for the event on Saturday. It was cold when […]

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Flyers for Marble Arvidson At Wednesday’s Phish Concert

Champlain Valley Exposition has given FindMarble.org permission to hand out flyers at Wednesday’s Phish concert and Phish is putting mini flyers up at their information table. The concert is to benefit Vermonters impacted by Tropical Storm Irene.   Anyone with information regarding Marble should contact the Brattleboro Police Department at (802) 257-7946 or the Find […]

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Media Invited To Attend Press Briefing For Marble Arvidson Case

Message to media from Trish Kittredge – www.findmarble.org : On Tuesday, September 13th we, along with local and state representatives, will hold a press briefing to discuss updates in Marble’s case.  We will be discussing new information in the case including the $1,000 reward and our upcoming event Bring Marble Home: Hike For A Cause.  […]

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New Search Planned for Marble Arvidson Sept. 17th & 18th

FindMarble.org will be conducting large scale ground searches in the woods and hiking trails of West Brattleboro on Sept 17th and 18th. They will be gathering at the Chelsea Royal Diner at 9am.  All help is welcome.  Volunteers for this search must be 18 or older.   For more information please visit www.findmarble.org.     […]

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Vermont Teen, Marble Arvidson of Brattleboro Still Missing

Marble Arvidson was last seen at his home in Brattleboro, VT at approximately 2:15pm on August 27, 2011.  He had left a note indicating he was going for a hike.  He had plans to meet his girlfriend at 4pm and was expected to return before then. One of Arvidson’s housemates had heard him talking at […]

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Robert Harrod Still Missing 2 Years Later

Robert Harrod was last seen at his home in Placentia, CA on July 27, 2009.  What happened to him that day remains a mystery two years later. Authorities believe whatever happened involved someone Harrod knew but have not named any suspects.  They say the investigation is active and remains a priority and they ask that […]

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Investigation Continues In Harrod Case

Detective David Radomski graduated from the Rio Hondo Police Academy in 2002.  He has been with the Placentia, CA Police Dept. for 9 years and is currently assigned to the robbery/homicide division.  He is also the lead investigator for the Robert Harrod case.  Harrod disappeared from his home in Placentia on July 27, 2009.  Det. […]

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Verdict in Arizona Sweat Lodge Trial

Self help guru James Ray was found not guilty on 3 counts of manslaughter but was found guilty on the 3 counts of the lesser charge of negligent homicide. Ray was on trial for the 2009 deaths of Kirby Brown, James Shore and Liz Neuman while participating in a sweat lodge ceremony during a 5 […]

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Remembering Robert Harrod

Robert Merle Harrod was born June 1, 1928.  His father, Leonard Harrod sold insurance and his mother, Bessie Harrod was a homemaker.  He had one sibling, an older sister, Winifred.  Winnie to her family and friends. They lived in the small town of McFall, MO.  “It was a little town where everyone knew everyone”, says […]

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