The Doe Network, named for the “Doe” moniker given to unidentified persons, is an organization that seeks to find missing people and return them home.
According to their website, they accomplish this mission in three ways:
- By providing exposure to cases on their website.
- By providing credible potential matches between missing and unidentified persons to investigating agencies.
- By striving to get media exposure to cases.
The Doe Network is run solely by volunteers, and in support of their noble mission, here are nine cases (out of hundreds) that they hope to solve.
1. Shannon McClure, USA
“Shannon McClure has not been seen since June 15, 2013. [She] was dropped off at the Walmart in Sheridan, Wyoming, by her husband around 3 a.m. that morning. McClure has not been in contact with family members since her disappearance. [She] is the mother of a 14-month-old son and has three stepdaughters.”
2. Juanita Michelle Nicholson, USA
“Juanita Michelle Nicholson was last seen on November 6, 2006 in Baltimore City, Maryland. She may have been driving a 2001 Dodge Neon, green in color bearing MD tag LHL-762.”
3. Javier Rafael Castro, USA
“Javier disappeared while swimming off Range Light Beach in the Boca Grande [Florida] area on June 18, 2016. He was swimming with his siblings that day, and several of them became stranded on a sandbar off the beach. A rip current there was too strong, and they were afraid to cross to come back to land. Javier went after them. Three were rescued, Javier was not located.”
4. Christopher Wayne Bailey, USA
“Christopher Wayne Bailey, who suffered from an undiagnosed mental disorder, was last seen by a family friend walking down Route 270 in Montgomery County, [Maryland] shoeless.”
5. Belinda Ann Cameron, Canada
“The Victoria Police [in Canada] investigated Belinda’s disappearance and determined that Belinda suffered from a mental illness, had a drug addiction, and may have been a sex trade worker. The last confirmed sighting of Belinda was at Shoppers Drug Mart at 870 Esquimalt Rd. She failed to attend thereafter to pick up her daily medication.”
6. Frederick Henry Bell Mix IV, aka “Beau,” Mexico
“Beau is a certified dive master/rescue diver and an avid fisherman, including spear fishing. He also is an avid traveler and had arrived in Cancun, Mexico, on July 11 on a 6-month visa. His last known contact was with his mom on July 22, 2016. He was waiting at his apartment in Puerto Morelos for a FedEx package that contained his bank card and new phone. He had been beaten and robbed in Honduras.”
“He told his mom that he was going to take some individuals out spear fishing/diving. He has never been seen or heard from since. He has never returned to his apartment and never picked up the FedEx package containing his cell phone and his bank ATM card. He had very limited funds and has had no further bank activity.”
7. Quanne Diec, Australia
“Quanne was last seen by her father leaving for school from her Granville home on July 27, 1998. It has been confirmed she never made it to the Clyde railway station.Her school did not report her non-attendance as they believed she was probably sick at home and her parents had no reason to think she wasn’t at school. So her disappearance was not reported for 10 hours. There are grave concerns for her welfare. Authorities believe she was kidnapped.”
8. Simon Lembi, Belgium
“Lembi was last seen in Brussels, Belgium, on November 12, 1999. He had no money or identification with him. Lembi is originally from Angola, and had only been in Belgium for a short time. He spoke little French at the time.”
9. Teekah Latres Lewis, USA
Image age-progressed to 13 years old. “Teekah Lewis was last seen on January 23, 1999 at approximately 10:30 p.m. at the New Frontier Lanes bowling alley in Tacoma, Washington…When her uncle briefly turned around to watch someone in their group bowl, he was only about a foot away from the toddler. But when he turned back toward where Teekah had been sitting, she was gone.”
“A witness said they saw a 1980s Pontiac Grand Am pull out of the parking lot around the time that Teekah disappeared. The vehicle was maroon with dark windows and a large spoiler.”
If you have any information about these or other missing persons, please contact the police or The Doe Network.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/the-doe-network/