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Old 10-01-2010, 12:03 PM   #1
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Many of your may remember the case of Michael Rosenblum, the young man from Baldwin Boro, Pennslyvania who mysteriously vanished on Valentine's day in 1980. At the time of his disappearance Rosenblum, was battling an addiction to painkillers and the UM segment (broadcast: 1/11/89) focused on the possibility that the Baldwin Boro police department may have somehow been involved in Michael's disappearance and death (Rosenblum's remains were found ten years after his disappearance).

I've recently come across literally tons of articles on the case which I'll share with the members of the forum now.
====================
The first article from 1980 deals with Maurice Rosenblum's attempts to gain access to Michael's medical records from the day he vanished. As you may remember Michael was admitted into the hospital the morning he vanished complaining of a severe drug hangover. Interestingly it seems that Michael's family was unaware that Michael was even at the hospital the morning of his disappearance until months after the fact. You would've thought that Michael's girlfriend who was with him at that time would've passed that information on to them.

Man seeks medical records in hunt for missing son (6-18-80)
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

The second article from 1980 contains an early summation of the case as well as an interesting quote from Police Chief Aldo Gaburri (who was featured heavily in the UM segment). Gaburri mentions that the investigation into Michael's disappearance was initially hampered due to the fact that The Rosenblums didn't want to publicize the case. Michael's girlfriend Lisa is also interviewed in this article and isn't very sympathetic towards Michael's plight blaming him for "getting her in this mess". It's also interesting that Lisa fled Pittsburgh shortly after Michael was reported missing relocating to Florida.

Shadyside Man's Disappearance Baffles Cops
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
==========================
In 1982, Maurice Rosenblum asked the attorney general to probe into Baldwin Boro's handling of the case. Rosenblum believes that the officers at the scene that day (the ones who found the car on River Road) may have seen his son and failed to report it. Here is an article on Aldo Gaburri's reaction to the probe:

Chief Confident Probe Will Clear Baldwin Cops
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
==========================
Two articles from 1983 dealing with the Baldwin Boro Police Department being cleared as it pertains to Michael Rosenblum:

Police cleared in disappearance
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

Baldwin Cops Clear In Cover Up Charge
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
==========================
There are literally tons of articles dealing with Gaburri's ouster. As detailed in the UM segment in 1987, Chief Aldo Gaburri was ousted from office due to his handling of the Rosenblum case.

Highlights include: It seems that at one point Baldwin Boro Council was also going to file charges again Fred Cappelli. However, there also seemed to be some evidence that Cappelli didn't forge Chester Lombardi's signature on the backdated letter to begin with. A handwriting expert believed that the letter was not forged, however Lombardi's widow also testified during the Gaburri review that the signature may not have been that of her husband's. There is also some evidence to suggest that the Baldwin Boro Police Department may have attempted to make contact with Lisa via phone to inform her that her car was in their impound lot. Also in one of the artciles Maurice Rosenblum seems to dismiss that drugs had anything to do with his son's disappearance.

Gaburri articles:
http://www.google.com/archivesearch?...989&lnav=hist6
==========================
1987 Summation of the Rosenblum case dealing with Maurice receiving an anonymous letter implicating the Baldwin Boro Police Department in Michael's disappearance. The writer of the anonymous letter is identified in article 2:

1 - http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

2 - http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
==========================
In 1988 Maurice Rosenblum discovered a bone fragment on a South Side cliff that he believed to be his son's. This was documented on UM. He sent the bone to Dr. Cyril Wecht who could not determine if the bone was of human origin.

Bone too dry to prove origin:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

The coroner also determined the bone Maurice found was not human:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

The police officer who sent Maurice the anonymous letter was also later dismissed from the force. This officer believed that it was due to the fact he was a whistle blower:

Inquiry of Chief blamed in officer's firing:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

The two officers who were alleged to have been involved in Rosenblum's disappearance sued a magazine alleging their involvement. Stephen Tercsak (interview in the UM segment) was one of the principals interviewed in the original article:

Officers sue magazine over Rosenblum story:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
==========================
Gaburri won't help "Unsolved Mysteries" Interesting article dealing with Gaburri's instructions to his officers they not help UM in their production of a feature on the Rosenblum case:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

After the "Unsolved Mysteries" broadcast an anonymous caller called into the telecenter alleging that he shared a jail cell with Michael Rosenblum on the day of his disappearance. Maurice also commented that although the UM segment said what he wanted it to say, he also conceded it wasn't strong enough. In another interesting note despite UM never updating the case until Rosenblum's remains were found, they did receive over 200 calls pertaining to Michael Rosenblum on the night of the broadcast (come on UM fans want to know what those calls were about!):

Father gets anonymous call on son:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

Police doubt missing man was sighted in Baldwin jail:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

Missing man's dad wants son declared dead
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
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Articles detailing the discovery of Rosenblum's remains in 1992:

1 - http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

2 - http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

3 - http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
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Thanks for all the articles! I look forward to reading them.
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Many of your may remember the case of Michael Rosenblum, the young man from Baldwin Boro, Pennslyvania who mysteriously vanished on Valentine's day in 1980. At the time of his disappearance Rosenblum, was battling an addiction to painkillers and the UM segment (broadcast: 1/11/89) focused on the possibility that the Baldwin Boro police department may have somehow been involved in Michael's disappearance and death (Rosenblum's remains were found ten years after his disappearance).

I've recently come across literally tons of articles on the case which I'll share with the members of the forum now.
====================
The first article from 1980 deals with Maurice Rosenblum's attempts to gain access to Michael's medical records from the day he vanished. As you may remember Michael was admitted into the hospital the morning he vanished complaining of a severe drug hangover. Interestingly it seems that Michael's family was unaware that Michael was even at the hospital the morning of his disappearance until months after the fact. You would've thought that Michael's girlfriend who was with him at that time would've passed that information on to them.

Man seeks medical records in hunt for missing son (6-18-80)
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

The second article from 1980 contains an early summation of the case as well as an interesting quote from Police Chief Aldo Gaburri (who was featured heavily in the UM segment). Gaburri mentions that the investigation into Michael's disappearance was initially hampered due to the fact that The Rosenblums didn't want to publicize the case. Michael's girlfriend Lisa is also interviewed in this article and isn't very sympathetic towards Michael's plight blaming him for "getting her in this mess". It's also interesting that Lisa fled Pittsburgh shortly after Michael was reported missing relocating to Florida.

Shadyside Man's Disappearance Baffles Cops
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
==========================
In 1982, Maurice Rosenblum asked the attorney general to probe into Baldwin Boro's handling of the case. Rosenblum believes that the officers at the scene that day (the ones who found the car on River Road) may have seen his son and failed to report it. Here is an article on Aldo Gaburri's reaction to the probe:

Chief Confident Probe Will Clear Baldwin Cops
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
==========================
Two articles from 1983 dealing with the Baldwin Boro Police Department being cleared as it pertains to Michael Rosenblum:

Police cleared in disappearance
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

Baldwin Cops Clear In Cover Up Charge
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
==========================
There are literally tons of articles dealing with Gaburri's ouster. As detailed in the UM segment in 1987, Chief Aldo Gaburri was ousted from office due to his handling of the Rosenblum case.

Highlights include: It seems that at one point Baldwin Boro Council was also going to file charges again Fred Cappelli. However, there also seemed to be some evidence that Cappelli didn't forge Chester Lombardi's signature on the backdated letter to begin with. A handwriting expert believed that the letter was not forged, however Lombardi's widow also testified during the Gaburri review that the signature may not have been that of her husband's. There is also some evidence to suggest that the Baldwin Boro Police Department may have attempted to make contact with Lisa via phone to inform her that her car was in their impound lot. Also in one of the artciles Maurice Rosenblum seems to dismiss that drugs had anything to do with his son's disappearance.

Gaburri articles:
http://www.google.com/archivesearch?...989&lnav=hist6
==========================
1987 Summation of the Rosenblum case dealing with Maurice receiving an anonymous letter implicating the Baldwin Boro Police Department in Michael's disappearance. The writer of the anonymous letter is identified in article 2:

1 - http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

2 - http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
==========================
In 1988 Maurice Rosenblum discovered a bone fragment on a South Side cliff that he believed to be his son's. This was documented on UM. He sent the bone to Dr. Cyril Wecht who could not determine if the bone was of human origin.

Bone too dry to prove origin:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

The coroner also determined the bone Maurice found was not human:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

The police officer who sent Maurice the anonymous letter was also later dismissed from the force. This officer believed that it was due to the fact he was a whistle blower:

Inquiry of Chief blamed in officer's firing:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

The two officers who were alleged to have been involved in Rosenblum's disappearance sued a magazine alleging their involvement. Stephen Tercsak (interview in the UM segment) was one of the principals interviewed in the original article:

Officers sue magazine over Rosenblum story:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
==========================
Gaburri won't help "Unsolved Mysteries" Interesting article dealing with Gaburri's instructions to his officers they not help UM in their production of a feature on the Rosenblum case:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

After the "Unsolved Mysteries" broadcast an anonymous caller called into the telecenter alleging that he shared a jail cell with Michael Rosenblum on the day of his disappearance. Maurice also commented that although the UM segment said what he wanted it to say, he also conceded it wasn't strong enough. In another interesting note despite UM never updating the case until Rosenblum's remains were found, they did receive over 200 calls pertaining to Michael Rosenblum on the night of the broadcast (come on UM fans want to know what those calls were about!):

Father gets anonymous call on son:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

Police doubt missing man was sighted in Baldwin jail:
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

Missing man's dad wants son declared dead
http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
===============
Articles detailing the discovery of Rosenblum's remains in 1992:

1 - http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

2 - http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en

3 - http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...osenblum&hl=en
Great research DD. Enjoyed reading those articles.
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I've only gotten to the 2nd one of all the articles, (thanks for posting them DarkDante!) but I had to stop for a second to complain.

What in the world was going on with journalism in the 1980s? They repeatedly published Michael Rosenblum's home address, his father's home address, and a photo and home address of his beautiful female friend who lived there with her 3 young kids!

Wasn't anyone worried about the safety of any of those people?
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Does anyone think that it was odd for Michael Rosenblum's girlfriend to move away so quickly after he "disappeared"? Do you think she was involved in his death?

Maybe she was mad at him after he drove off in her car and she called the police and said he was drugs or stole her car (or something like that), they find him and arrest him, he's belligerent at the jail (one of the above things had someone claiming to be in jail w/Rosenblum that day), and some officer(s) or guard(s) snaps back at him, kills him somewhere inside the jail, and then they take his body and throw it over that cliff?

What do you think of that scenario?
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Does anyone think that it was odd for Michael Rosenblum's girlfriend to move away so quickly after he "disappeared"? Do you think she was involved in his death?

Maybe she was mad at him after he drove off in her car and she called the police and said he was drugs or stole her car (or something like that), they find him and arrest him, he's belligerent at the jail (one of the above things had someone claiming to be in jail w/Rosenblum that day), and some officer(s) or guard(s) snaps back at him, kills him somewhere inside the jail, and then they take his body and throw it over that cliff?

What do you think of that scenario?
Yeah the first time I read that article I thought that Michael's girlfriend may have been involved in his disappearance given that she left town so quickly and her less than sympathetic demeanor towards him after he vanished. But it doesn't seem like Maurice Rosenblum ever focused his investigation towards the girlfriend. Given how aggressive Maurice seemed to be in pursuing this case, I would think if he even had an inkling that Michael's girlfriend was involved in his disappearance that he would've been all over something like that. Therefore I personally don't think she had anything to do with his disappearance. I do find her statements to the newspaper however to be particularly cold given the circumstances.

Something else I noticed for the first time in reading the articles was I was surprised to find out how old Michael and his girlfriend were. I always assumed they were in their late teens but Michael was twenty-five and his girlfriend was nearly thirty. His girlfriend (if she's still alive) would actually be turning sixty next year. Crazy how time passes.

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I've only gotten to the 2nd one of all the articles, (thanks for posting them DarkDante!) but I had to stop for a second to complain.

What in the world was going on with journalism in the 1980s? They repeatedly published Michael Rosenblum's home address, his father's home address, and a photo and home address of his beautiful female friend who lived there with her 3 young kids!

Wasn't anyone worried about the safety of any of those people?
That caught my attention too. But I think it was just a sign of how different things used to be. I was looking through some old family photos a couple months ago and I came across my parents wedding announcement from 1977. In it, the article gives the exact address of both my mom and dad at the time. You obviously wouldn't see that in wedding announcements these days.

Different times.
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Fantastic work Dark Dante, enjoyed those articles.

Thread of the year nomination

Yeah i found it laughable too about the addresses, It's available on Google Earth for everyone to see!

Strange to read about Lisa, she wasn't really in a caring mood toward Michael.
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Is it ever mentioned how old Michael was when he vanished? I've never heard any listed!
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Something else I noticed for the first time in reading the articles was I was surprised to find out how old Michael and his girlfriend were. I always assumed they were in their late teens but Michael was twenty-five and his girlfriend was nearly thirty. His girlfriend (if she's still alive) would actually be turning sixty next year. Crazy how time passes.
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Thanks DarkDante. I looked at this thread a long time ago and then today when watching just jotted it down. I've always assumed he was much younger, perhaps nineteen to twenty-two.
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I just saw this case for the first time today and the various threads on this board have given me a great deal to think about. I was wondering about the tires being flat (maybe I need to go back and re-watch the segment) - why are we sure the tires were flat when the car was recovered two hours later when it wasn't found at the impound lot until 90 days later? I'm not claiming this is a cover-up, but while tires might not go flat in two hours without an obvious problem, 90 days is something else entirely. And, if the tires were not flat at the time Michael disappeared, that could change many thoughts about this case.
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I just saw this case for the first time today and the various threads on this board have given me a great deal to think about. I was wondering about the tires being flat (maybe I need to go back and re-watch the segment) - why are we sure the tires were flat when the car was recovered two hours later when it wasn't found at the impound lot until 90 days later? I'm not claiming this is a cover-up, but while tires might not go flat in two hours without an obvious problem, 90 days is something else entirely. And, if the tires were not flat at the time Michael disappeared, that could change many thoughts about this case.
The tires were flat when the car was found on River Road. I believe they mentioned the car was found resting on it's bent tire rims when it was recovered by the Baldwin Boro Police. It was then towed to the impound lot where it was claimed 90 days later.
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The tires were flat when the car was found on River Road. I believe they mentioned the car was found resting on it's bent tire rims when it was recovered by the Baldwin Boro Police. It was then towed to the impound lot where it was claimed 90 days later.
Thanks for replying. I was just suggesting that if we question whether or not the police department really sent the letter they claimed to send, we might also want to question their claim of how the car was found as I assume no one else inspected it until 90 days later.
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Sorry to bump an older thread, but it's hard to know which Michael Rosenblum thread to bump and my comment relates directly to an article linked in this thread. I just saw this segment for the first time, and was surprised by a line from the continued portion of the second article in the first post of this thread (can't link or quote it, sorry!). "Shadyside Man's Disappearance Baffles Cops"

Ms Sharer said she traveled with Rosenblum from the hospital to West Homestead, where she and her 4-year-old daughter were forced from the car.

"He threw the car in reverse and hit a telephone pole. Then he told us to get out. He was very agitated. I wasn't about to stand there and argue with someone who was drugged," she said.


This isn't quite how it's depicted on UM - I don't think her child is in the scene (?!?) nor does he back into a telephone pole (I can see that being unrealistic to film so going over the curb as he drives off may have been intended to give the same impression?).

Anyway, I was just wondering if this had been discussed on here before. The girlfriend's child being present surprised me, though I don't know if it ultimately has any effect on the story.

The phone calls that suggested Michael had been arrested are too bizarre to overlook, even if they can't be corroborated. Easily one of the most compelling segments I've seen yet!
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