Beth Doe

The sun was rapidly vanishing behind the row of pines at the rear of the Laurytown Road Cemetery. It was already later than planned, but I convinced myself to take a “little detour” from Interstate 80 to search out the cemetery to pay my respects to the two unidentified victims of a brutal, unsolved murder … Continue reading Beth Doe

The Mystery of Miss Eugenia Martineau

A feeling of sadness lingered in the air as I paused at the open spot in the fence where a gate once existed to keep vehicles out. The setting sun cast eerie shadows across the small field located on the western Cedar Top Road, just off of Route 724, east of Shillington. The only thing that … Continue reading The Mystery of Miss Eugenia Martineau

Ravensburg Jane Doe: Part Three

Pausing at the vehicle I listened as Rauchtown Run bubbled and babbled nearby. The quiet, peaceful scene was broken only by the occasional vehicle that passed on nearby Route 880. Ravensburg State Park is a mere seventy-eight acres, surrounded by the Tiadaghton State Forest and retains a remote feeling though it is only a couple … Continue reading Ravensburg Jane Doe: Part Three

Ravensburg Jane Doe: Part Two

I arrived at Ravensburg State Park after sharing information I had uncovered about the unsolved murder that had happened here with my good friend and Clinton County historian Lou. Although the unidentified woman discovered at the Big Rock camp ground on July 15, 1925 remains nameless, we have come to know her as Ravensburg Jane … Continue reading Ravensburg Jane Doe: Part Two

Ravensburg Jane Doe: Part One

Getting out of the vehicle, I studied the garden of stone that surrounded me. The Dunnstown Cemetery is the final resting place of area residents, with the most famous being Peter Grove, a noted Indian fighter of Central Pennsylvania. Having been here before I was familiar with his resting place and walked to where his … Continue reading Ravensburg Jane Doe: Part One