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Old 05-05-2016, 04:09 AM   #256
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Helen Root, who was one of Dr. Gregory Caplinger's patients, died in March 2005. Her cancer had recurred and that's what killed her. Her husband William Root, who was also in the segment, died in September 2014.
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I think this is Terris Christie Derby from a lost loves segment, can anybody help to verify??
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/tal...&pid=153723403
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Is Frank Allen still alive because he would be in his 90s today?
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Old 05-09-2016, 01:37 PM   #259
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I think this is Terris Christie Derby from a lost loves segment, can anybody help to verify??
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/tal...&pid=153723403
Sad, because she was only 49, but I'm positive it's her. Besides "Terris" being an uncommon name, the names of many of the family members listed also match those interviewed or mentioned in the segment.
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Sue Evans (Russell Evans' mom) died in 2011 at the age of 64.

Janice Walsh, wife of Francis Walsh and stepmother of still-missing Therese Vanderheiden-Walsh, died in 2014 at the age of 65.

Fred Shannon, the news photographer who snapped the now-infamous picture of a telephone flying across Tina Resch's living room, died in 2007 at the age of 86.

Joyce Black Larimore died in 2005 at the age of 88. For those who may not remember, she was one of a small group of churchgoers from Beatrice, Nebraska who were all inexplicably delayed from their usual rigid punctuality on the night that their church exploded.

Ingerborg Southern, Charles Southern Jr.'s mother, died in 2015 at the age of 94. Interestingly, though her son's disappearance was never solved as far as I know, it states in her obituary that he died in 1987. Perhaps he was declared legally dead and UM just never bothered mentioning it. The same thing happened with Oliver Munson. He was declared dead in 1985, but this was never mentioned in the segment, even though it didn't air until 1994.
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Sue Evans (Russell Evans' mom) died in 2011 at the age of 64.

Janice Walsh, wife of Francis Walsh and stepmother of still-missing Therese Vanderheiden-Walsh, died in 2014 at the age of 65.

Fred Shannon, the news photographer who snapped the now-infamous picture of a telephone flying across Tina Resch's living room, died in 2007 at the age of 86.

Joyce Black Larimore died in 2005 at the age of 88. For those who may not remember, she was one of a small group of churchgoers from Beatrice, Nebraska who were all inexplicably delayed from their usual rigid punctuality on the night that their church exploded.

Ingerborg Southern, Charles Southern Jr.'s mother, died in 2015 at the age of 94. Interestingly, though her son's disappearance was never solved as far as I know, it states in her obituary that he died in 1987. Perhaps he was declared legally dead and UM just never bothered mentioning it. The same thing happened with Oliver Munson. He was declared dead in 1985, but this was never mentioned in the segment, even though it didn't air until 1994.
Wow thanks for the updates, how do you find this info out? It's sad about Charles Southern's Mother never knowing what really happened to her son.
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Wow thanks for the updates, how do you find this info out? It's sad about Charles Southern's Mother never knowing what really happened to her son.
There's certainly a wealth on public information online. Of course, in order to be sure that you have the right person (particularly if they have a common name), it definitely helps to know more than one or two things about a person. For example, middle/maiden names, ages, dates of birth, places lived, names of parents/spouses or other family members, or any other little thing that might be able to be associated with a person, will help you zero in on just about anybody. Anyway, here are links for the ones I just listed above.

http://www.stewartfh.com/obituaries/...sh/#!/Obituary

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg...613491&df=all&

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg...342021&df=all&

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg...440358&df=all&

http://jamesaconrad.com/Tina/Tina-Re...rmal-case.html

(go almost all the way down to the bottom of the article about Tina Resch).
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There's certainly a wealth on public information online. Of course, in order to be sure that you have the right person (particularly if they have a common name), it definitely helps to know more than one or two things about a person. For example, middle/maiden names, ages, dates of birth, places lived, names of parents/spouses or other family members, or any other little thing that might be able to be associated with a person, will help you zero in on just about anybody. Anyway, here are links for the ones I just listed above.

http://www.stewartfh.com/obituaries/...sh/#!/Obituary

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg...613491&df=all&

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg...342021&df=all&

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg...440358&df=all&

http://jamesaconrad.com/Tina/Tina-Re...rmal-case.html

(go almost all the way down to the bottom of the article about Tina Resch).
Find a Grave i'm a regular on. I do try and do my own 'investigating' but sometimes it's hard because on the UM Wiki it's not always spelt right and also if its a common name there are literally hundreds that come up.
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http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/tal...&pid=153723403
I am not familiar with her case. What happened?
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I was the one who made the Find A Grave memorials of Ingerborg Southern and Russell Evans, once I found out where they were buried. Charles Southern's father died in 1998, three years after the Unsolved Mysteries segment. I don't know what the "O" in both his and Charles Jr's middle name, as I could not find that anywhere. His sister Cheryl is still living and is still a doctor, based in Indianapolis.
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I might have this case on video somewhere. Sad that she died so young.
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I actually haven't seen her case, only read about it at the UM Wiki. Yeah it is sad and i've noticed that quite a few people from UM died relatively young...
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Size:  18.2 KBMary Kemp from the first unsolved case re Don Webb died on May 27 2014. I see Dons real first name is Paul.

Salisbury, Mary Elizabeth Kemp of Salisbury, died at the Peninsula Regional Medical Center on Wednesday, May 21, 2014. She was 86.
Born in Talbot Co, she was the daughter of the late James Elmer and Mary Horney Davenport. Mrs. Kemp attended St. Michaels High School in Talbot Co. After moving to Silver Spring, MD she worked as a Manager with Quality Inn. Then moved to Salisbury and worked as a Manager of Avis rental car at the Salisbury Airport.
Mrs. Kemp is survived by her daughter; Kathryne L. Dobe and her husband Ray of Bel Air, MD., two Grandchildren; Raymond Dobe III and his wife Michele, of York, PA, and Kristen Dobe, of Bel Air. Three Great-grandchildren; Chance, Kara, and Cort, a devoted sister-in-law Diane Davenport of Salisbury. Also many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Kemp was preceded in death by a son; Paul Donald Kemp, three brothers; Elmer, Phillip, and Royce, and three sisters; Jeanette Gootee, Marie Albright, and Margaret Bridges.
A graveside service will be held at Woodlawn Memorial Park, Easton, on Tuesday, May 27, 2014 at 11:30AM.
Arrangements are by the Ostrowski Funeral Home, St. Michaels, MD. (www.ostrowskifh.com)
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It's not surprising to hear about a lot of these, considering that their cases were featured around 30 years ago. I think the ones that make me the saddest are Duncan Gilmore and Gord McCallister. Obviously McCallister was elderly, so it's to be expected, but I remember seeing how absolutely heartbroken he looked over the death of his wife. I'm glad he was able to remarry and find some happiness. Sad that Duncan died at a relatively young age - I always found his story particularly heartwarming, especially how excited his wife was for him when she saw the segment about his daughter.

On another note - I watch reruns of UM on a local broadcast channel (unfortunately, they only air Dennis Farina reruns, because apparently the licensing for the Robert Stack episodes are separate), and many of the updates note that the wanted suspects were captured, served their time, and were released. After watching the segments, there's a feeling of wanting the "bad guy" to be caught and sent to jail - it's a little disappointing hearing about these people being released, many of them too early for my taste considering what they did.
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