Unsolved Child Murders
Angie Marie Housman Cold Case
Fourteen years ago, while walking home from her bus stop she disappeared, that was November 18, 1993. Fourteen years ago, she was in fourth grade, and aspiring to grow up and be a nurse's aide. Fourteen years later her killer is still out there.
Angie Marie Housman Murder Case
On November 18, 1993, someone took nine-year-old Angie away from her family, her friends, and her home in Saint Ann Missouri. At the end of the school day,she stepped off her bus and disappeared only eight houses from her home.
Angie Marie Housman Unsolved Murder
Sixteen years ago Angie Marie Housman vanished after stepping off of her school bus. She was just four blocks from home. Angie Housman disappeared on November 18, 1993 and was found November 27. She was tied to a tree and left to die from exposure.
Garden of Innocents Buries Precious Hope
The Garden of Innocents is a non-profit organization that ensures all baby's and children are buried with respect, kindness, and love. Precious Hope is one of those children provided a loving, light filled ceremony filled with her Saint Louis family.
Saint Louis Child Murders of 1993
Angie Marie Housman and Cassidy Senter were kidnapped and murdered within days of each other in Missouri. Parents, and even police wondered if there was a child serial killer terrorizing Saint Louis. Angie's killer is still unknown. Read and find out how you can help.
The Angie Housman Case
Angie Marie Housman was brutally murdered in the Saint Louis Missouri area in 1993. Her murder remains unsolved and her murder unaccountable. Can you help solve the Angie Housman case?
These children have not been identified or claimed by family. Can you identify any of these children?
Unsolved Child Murder Saint Louis 1983
In 1983 a little black girl was found murdered in Saint Louis. Today, her identity and the details surrounding her mirder remain a mystery. Can you help identify the Saint Louis Jane Doe from 1983?
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