Who killed Bob Crane? This cold case starts on June 29, 1978. Crane’s dead body was found in bed in his Scottsdale (Arizona) apartment. He was curled in a semi-fetal sleeping position. His battered head rested partly on a blood-soaked pillow. A black electrical cord was tied around his neck. New DNA testing gives this old case a modern twist.
On April 1, 1990, a young woman stepped onto the PCH in Huntington Beach, California, and was instantly killed after being struck by two vehicles. She carried no identification, but wore one very unique item: a ring made of human hair. When the media published a sketch of the woman, many residents claim they had interacted with her. She had told some that her name was Andrea. In spite of investigators following up on numerous leads, the woman still remains unidentified over 20 years later.
Nearly three years after a heartbroken Texas man buried his wife and the mother of his little girl, he still doesn't know exactly who she was. Such is the mystery of Lori Erica Ruff, a woman who managed to fool everyone, including federal and private investigators, about her true identity before committing suicide, taking her twisted secrets to the grave.
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Richard Colvin Cox (25 July 1928 – last seen 14 January 1950) was a second-year military cadet whose disappearance from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, in 1950 is still unsolved. Throughout the 1950s the American media considered this one of the most mysterious missing persons cases in history. He is the only West Point cadet who ever disappeared without being found dead or alive.