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"Le monde est dangereux a vivre
non a cause de ceux qui font le mal mais a cause de ceux qui regardent et laissent faire."


"The world is dangerous to live in not because of the people who do evil things,
 but because of the people who know about it but do nothing to stop it."

The children's first names are links that will take you to websites with more information...
I would like to give credit to the Littlestangels, Children Who Never Made It Home and Stolen Innocence webpages for most of the names found here.

First Name





Rachael Johanna



 Spokane, WA -- Rachel Johanna Carver was sent to live with an aunt and uncle because her father was sexually molesting her. She was reported missing Jan. 14, 1996, by the aunt and uncle and when her body was found her uncle confessed to sexually assaulting and beating her to death. 

Jason Wickerhagen, the uncle, pleaded guilty to forcible indecent liberties.





Peggy Irene



 Information is being sought by the FBI in connection with the November of 1993 abduction and murder of then six-year-old Peggy Irene Chappell, in Birmingham, Alabama. Chappell's body was discovered in a dilapidated garage behind a large abandoned house approximately 75 yards from her residence.

Her body was wrapped in three green plastic garbage bags. She was nude with her clothes folded in the bags. She had suffered a blow to the head and her throat had been slit.

 This is a photograph of Peggy Irene Chappell







April 5, 1989 -- A Superior Court judge yesterday ordered Dennis Dechaine to spend the rest of his life in prison for the torture-slaying of a young baby sitter, telling Dechaine the maximum sentence was the only way to ensure "that you never have the opportunity to murder another little girl."

Dechaine, appearing grim upon hearing the verdict, was convicted on all five counts pending against him, including murder, kidnapping and gross sexual misconduct.

More details can be found by clicking on Sarah's name and reading the book entitled "Human Sacrifice", written about the case. Some believe the killer may still be at large...








Patrick Horn was barely 17 in 1991 when he gunned down 8-year-old Chad Choice, dismembered his body and buried his bones in shallow graves. 

Horn terrorized Chad's mother for years with ransom notes and even left the little boy's skull in a grocery sack in front of the child's uncle's house. A note with the skull read: "You only paid part, so here is a part. "Chad's fate was not discovered for 5 years. By that time, Horn had robbed two banks and participated in the fatal carjacking of an elderly Smith County fruit vendor. Now 28, Horn was already serving a life sentence in federal prison for his other crimes when a Smith County jury decided he should die for killing Chad. Horn currently is in a Georgia federal penitentiary, and will be transferred to death row after his trial judge sets an execution date.





Traci Rene 



On Feb. 25, 1996, Traci Rene Conrad walked two blocks to Kevin Duane Galik Sr.’s Hanford home to play with his two sons and didn't return home. Over the next few weeks, nearly 1,000 volunteers and peace officers searched for the missing girl.

A jury found Galik guilty Aug. 20, 1997, of molesting and murdering Rene. He was spared the death penalty and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

"Operation TRACI," created in honor of Traci Rene Conrad, stands for "To rescue abducted Children immediately." It is a program for police to follow in the event of a child’s disappearance.



Jamie  Cooksey


 Jamie was missing for a day when her body was found in a park. 
 She had been strangled and sexually assaulted. A month later, 
 authorities arrested a 24 year old parole violator for the murder. 
 Richard Alan Moorman was convicted and sentenced
 to life in prison.

 Richard had refused psychological counseling after raping a 
 seventeen year old girl in Minnesota in 1987. He was released to  
 a half-way house in December of 1989 but never showed up. On 
 October 16th, 1990, he was arrested for attempted rape of his 
 sister's roommate. He was convicted September 19, 1990 of  
 Jamie's Rape and murder in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota.



Teresa Cormack


Napier detectives arrested a Hutt Valley man on 26 February 2002 for the abduction and murder of six-year-old Teresa Cormack. The 43-year-old man appeared in the Lower Hutt District Court charged with abduction, sexual violation and murder.
Teresa Cormack    
Amber Creek 14 The Racine County Sheriffs office is attempting to identify the killer of 14-year-old Amber Creek who's body was dumped in a wooded area near Burlington, Wisconsin in 1997.

On February 9, 1997, two hunters came across the partially frozen body of a female in a remote wooded area near the small town of Burlington. The young girl was wearing few clothes and had a black garbage bag wrapped around her head.

The Milwaukee coroner determined the cause of death to be asphyxiation. Detectives believe the girl had been killed at an undisclosed location and then discarded in their woods.




 Jeffrey Curley


 The men who murdered Jeffrey were NAMBLA members 
 following a pedophile manual  titled "Rape and Escape" when the 
 men stole Jeffrey’s bicycle, and befriended him by offering to
 buy Jeffrey a new bike.

 The men were on the way to the store with Jeffrey when they 
 offered him money for sexual favors. As Jeffrey rebuffed them,
 they resorted to force, eventually suffocating the boy. The men
 then raped the corpse. 1997  Robert and Barbara Curley,  of
 Cambridge, Massachusetts, have asked a federal judge to let them
 sue NAMBLA under Rico laws, which target criminal conspiracies.

 NAMBLA is a "criminal" organization "that exists to train
 pedophiles to rape children," according to the suit.



 Melody Danielle   Curtis 11  Melody, who resided in Florida ,was visiting relatives in Pennsylvania  when she disappeared. A week later, her body was found in a reservoir.

She was raped and died of "severe trauma". An 18 year old resident of a juvenille detention center, Ronald Isenberg was charged in the murder.

He confessed and told police where they could find Melody's clothes.

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