Tag: alabama

Unsolved Death of Heaven Lashae Ross

Nearly 20 years later, in Northport Alabama a family still has no answers about what happened to Heaven Lashae Ross, 11, last seen walking to her bus stop. Alex had left the trailer at 6:50 a.m. on the morning of Aug. 19, 2003, just a few minutes before her younger sister. Shae left around 6:55 a.m. Their stepfather Kevin Thompson heard a thunder clap and decided to drive the girls to school and left at […]

Candice Fenton’s Mysterious Death – Auburn AL.

In the 90s, Candice packed up and headed from New Jersey to Auburn University to pursue a degree in education. She had no plans on coming home. When she finished college she had planned to stay there and teach in the public schools. Unfortunately those plans were cut short on July 18, 1995. After not hearing from Candice for several days, her mother Frances called police requesting a welfare check. When the police arrived at […]

Accused Terrorist Compound in Alabama

News obtained says this compound was similar to the terror cell’s desert compound in New Mexico that was raided last summer. Siraj Wahhaj and four others are now facing federal terrorism, kidnapping and firearms charges. The property in question is located six miles from downtown Tuskegee. Drone footage we shot shows what the federal search warrant described as a “makeshift military style obstacle course” consisting of “five gallon buckets with chain link fencing over the […]

Andrea Gonzalez- Missing

Andrea Gonzalez went missing in November, 1993. FRANKLIN COUNTY, AL At the time of her disappearance, Andrea was living with her father, Paul M. Gonzalez Jr., and stepmother, Kim Sherrie Williams Gonzalez, who was pregnant. Prior to moving in with them, she had lived in Illinois with her biological mother, Michelle Gonzalez, and in various foster homes under the auspices of the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) after her mother was incarcerated […]

Bryce Hospital – Alabama

Bryce Hospital, opened in 1861 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States, is Alabama’s oldest and largest inpatient psychiatric facility. First known as the Alabama State Hospital for the Insane and later as the Alabama Insane Hospital, the building is considered an architectural model. The hospital currently houses 268 beds for acute care, treatment and rehabilitation of full-time (committed) patients. The Mary Starke Harper Geriatric Psychiatry Hospital, a separate facility on the same campus, provides an additional 100 […]

The Plantation House

Dating back to 1832, this old home is known locally as “The Plantation House.” It operated for many years as a bed and breakfast, but as of 2014 it is on the market for any interested buyers. There have long been sightings reported of the ghost of Mr Davis, the former owner of the house who took his life in the 1920s. He flirts with women who stay at the house, touching their backs and […]

Former State Trooper Dead After Shooting West Alabama DA Greg Griggers

In DEMOPOLIS, AL – A former Alabama State Trooper was shot dead by police after authorities say he shot west Alabama District Attorney Greg Griggers in the face Thursday afternoon. The former state trooper is identified as Steve Smith. He was shot and killed by a Demopolis police officer after the incident between Smith and Griggers. Griggers was treated for his injuries and is expected to make a full recovery. He is the District Attorney […]