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As Whiteface skier returns to Adirondacks for questions, mystery remains

Police in New York and California say they still have big unanswered questions about a Canadian skier who vanished on Whiteface Mountain in the Adirondacks last week.

Constantinos “Danny” Fillipidis was found alive and well on Tuesday in Sacramento California.

First a missing person, now a missing week of his life.  Constantino Danny Fillipidis has told authorities he lost nearly a week of his life.  Authorities hope someone in the public will see this picture and provide new clues. Photo: NYS PoliceHe returned voluntarily to the North Country

Read more at: https://www.northcountrypublicradio.org/news/story/35643/20180215/as-whiteface-skier-returns-to-adirondacks-for-questions-mystery-remains

Mystery: Woman’s tragic journey from student to missing person to homicide victim

In a saga that played out in less than three days, a young woman found shot to death in a Miami neighborhood over the weekend turned out to be a student who was reported missing from Barry University in Miami Shores.

Investigators now know who the woman is but don’t know who killed her — or why.

On Sunday, Miami police put out a sketch of a woman who had been found shot early Saturday near Northwest 29th Avenue and 12th Street. She had no identification and was brought to a hospital where she died, police said.

Also on Sunday, police in Miami Shores put out a missing person alert to Priscilla Torres, 19, who was reported missing by her mother.

A year ago, Baby Kamiyah’s mystery solved

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The early years certainly did not resemble how most people envision the benchmark moments in life.

She was born to a teen who became pregnant at the age of 15. Her father, a 22-year-old, was in jail on the day of her birth. A few months later Craig Aiken was returned to jail after police learned he was the man who impregnated an underage Shanara Mobley.

By now many people knew the name Kamiyah Mobley, the newborn abducted from a Jacksonville hospital in 1998. They worried about the infant and her young mother. They worried for the sake of future children and parents everywhere.

Where was she? How could it happen? Could it happen again?

Aiken and Mobley missed Baby Kamiyah’s first tooth. They weren’t there when she toddled on unsteady legs or when she came home from school swooning over a special crush.

Likewise they missed her graduation from Colleton County

Read more at: http://www.phillytrib.com/a-year-ago-baby-kamiyah-s-mystery-solved/article_654d926f-5844-50dd-82ff-ffeb652d1e90.html

1 year ago, Baby Kamiyah’s mystery solved

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The early years certainly did not resemble how most people envision the benchmark moments in life.

She was born to a teen who became pregnant at the age of 15. Her father, a 22-year-old, was in jail on the day of her birth. A few months later Craig Aiken was returned to jail after police learned he was the man who impregnated an underage Shanara Mobley.

By now many people knew the name Kamiyah Mobley, the newborn abducted from a Jacksonville hospital in 1998. They worried about the infant and her young mother. They worried for the sake of future children and parents everywhere.

Where was she? How could it happen? Could it happen again?

Aiken and Mobley missed Baby Kamiyah’s first tooth. They weren’t there when she toddled on unsteady legs or when she came home from school swooning over a special crush.

Likewise they missed her graduation from Colleton

Read more at: http://www.blufftontoday.com/news/2018-01-21/1-year-ago-baby-kamiyahs-mystery-solved

1 year ago, Baby Kamiyah’s mystery solved

The early years certainly did not resemble how most people envision the benchmark moments in life.

She was born to a teen who became pregnant at the age of 15. Her father, a 22-year-old, was in jail on the day of her birth. A few months later Craig Aiken was returned to jail after police learned he was the man who impregnated an underage Shanara Mobley.

By now many people knew the name Kamiyah Mobley, the newborn abducted from a Jacksonville hospital in 1998. They worried about the infant and her young mother. They worried for the sake of future children and parents everywhere.

Where was she? How could it happen? Could it happen again?

1 year ago, Baby Kamiyah’s mystery solved, a family reunited and … – Florida Times

The early years certainly did not resemble how most people envision the benchmark moments in life.

She was born to a teen who became pregnant at the age of 15. Her father, a 22-year-old, was in jail on the day of her birth. A few months later Craig Aiken was returned to jail after police learned he was the man who impregnated an underage Shanara Mobley.

By now many people knew the name Kamiyah Mobley, the newborn abducted from a Jacksonville hospital in 1998. They worried about the infant and her young mother. They worried for the sake of future children and parents everywhere.

Where was she? How could it happen? Could it happen again?

Aiken and Mobley missed Baby Kamiyah’s first tooth. They weren’t there when she toddled on unsteady legs or when she came home from school swooning over a special crush.

Likewise

Read more at: http://jacksonville.com/news/public-safety/2018-01-13/1-year-ago-baby-kamiyah-s-mystery-solved-family-reunited-and-another

1 year ago, Baby Kamiyah’s mystery solved, a family reunited and another fractured – Florida Times

The early years certainly did not resemble how most people envision the benchmark moments in life.

She was born to a teen who became pregnant at the age of 15. Her father, a 22-year-old, was in jail on the day of her birth. A few months later Craig Aiken was returned to jail after police learned he was the man who impregnated an underage Shanara Mobley.

By now many people knew the name Kamiyah Mobley, the newborn abducted from a Jacksonville hospital in 1998. They worried about the infant and her young mother. They worried for the sake of future children and parents everywhere.

Where was she? How could it happen? Could it happen again?

Aiken and Mobley missed Baby Kamiyah’s first tooth. They weren’t there when she toddled on unsteady legs or when she came home from school swooning over a special crush.

Likewise

Read more at: http://jacksonville.com/news/public-safety/2018-01-13/1-year-ago-baby-kamiyah-s-mystery-solved-family-reunited-and-another

People are absolutely addicted to the new, intense mystery on Netflix




By Paul Moore

You’ll be thinking about this for days.

A large part of the appeal of Stranger Things has been its reverence and love for other film but earlier this month, Netflix added a new TV show that’s drawing comparisons to the events in Hawkins.

We’ve kept our eyes on Dark for quite some time now – the original trailer was great, as was the second one – and while the plot does resemble the first season of Stranger Things, this is very, very different.

The plot revolves around the disappearance of two kids in the German small-town of Winden. The investigation ultimately opens abysses that turn the concept of time on its head. The question is not who has kidnapped the children… but when?

If you love shows that invite you to ‘go down the rabbit hole’ and theorise over for days

Read more at: https://www.joe.ie/movies-tv/people-are-absolutely-addicted-to-the-new-mystery-on-netflix-609161

How Mystery of Mountain Bike Pioneer Mike Rust’s Death Was Finally Solved

The Hall inducted Rust in 1991.

Mike Rust leading the pack.

Here’s the site’s Rust biography:

A native of Colorado Springs, Mike grew up in a large family (5 brothers and 1 sister). He began building bicycles at an early age; his first was when he was in the seventh grade. This bicycle had a cruiser frame, sturmey-archer 3-speed hub, 40 degrees laced to a 36 degree 26 x 1.75 rim, 3-speed stick shifter and a banana seat.

In 1965, Mike built a mountain bike with a stingray frame, 20-inch wheels, knobby tires (front back), flat handlebars and a leather saddle, which he launched off the front porch. His next bicycle was a used French 8-speed with 2 chainwheels and a 4-cog free wheel to which he added “curldown” dropbars.

After a 5-year romance with his motorcycles, Mike rediscovered bicycles, became a USCF licensed racer

Read more at: http://www.westword.com/news/mike-rust-murder-charles-gonzales-found-guilty-of-killing-mountain-bike-pioneer-9770932