Archive for November, 2009

Shannon Dedrick found safe

The missing infant Shannon Dedrick, whom I wrote about before due to her bizarre connection to the disappearance of Paul Baker, has been found safe. She was apparently under the bed of Paul’s stepmother (Susan Baker), in a box. The stepmother is being charged along with the mother of Shannon. I’m still not sure the mother was fully involved – both of Shannon’s parents are developmentally disabled, and it’s possible that the mother was hoodwinked in some way. After all, kidnapping is a far more serious charge than taking an abandonded baby or buying an infant.

I hope that there is some new effort to locate the remains of Paul with this new publicity.

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Michael Lorusso found safe

I have just received word that Michael Lorusso has been found safe. I have resolved his case, modified the anniversary post so there are no dead links, and if I find an article will post it. The new case on the site is that of Jasmine Ortiz.

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A truly bizarre missing persons connection

Very recently, a seven month old girl named Shannon Dedrick went missing from her Chipley, Florida home. A person of interest has been named, Susan Baker. And she is a suspect in the presumed homicide of her stepson, Paul Baker, who went missing in 1987. She sent a e-mail to several people claiming Shannon was in danger from her parents. (They are apparently both developmentally delayed.)

I don’t know if Susan Baker is being looked at because of Paul’s disappearance, or for some other reason, but it makes one of the strangest connections between missing persons cases I’ve seen.

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Nadia Dabbagh missing seventeen years

Today is the seventeenth anniversary of the disappearance of Nadia Alexandra Dabbagh. She was abducted by her non-custodial father, Mohamad Hisham Dabbagh, from Medina, Ohio. He is believed to have taken her to Syria, but he is known to currently live in Saudi Arabia.

Nadia Dabbagh

Above is a picture of Nadia. Help bring her home to her mother – if you have any information as to her whereabouts please contact either the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST or the FBI at 561-833-7517.

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New cases on site

The Adam Haseeb Memorial Pages have been updated. Please click on this link and help find these missing children.

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Seif Mahssen missing fifty-one years

Today is the fifty-first anniversary of the disappearance of Seif Benkailly Mahssen. He was abducted by his non-custodial father from Weirton, West Virginia. He was possibly taken to Aden, Yemen.

Seif Mahssen

Above is a picture of Seif. Help bring him home to his sister – if you have any information as to his whereabouts please contact the West Virginia State Police at 304-564-3854.

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