About 5 years ago, I started a blog called ZeroGossip.com. I wasn’t sure what it was I wanted to say at the time, but I decided to ride it out and see where it took me. The topics were all over the map, from interviews with celebrities to helping publicize the cases of missing people. Not exactly a focused effort on any topic. While ZG still exists, I’ve decided to create this new blog, this time with a focus. This time around, I hope to get stories out there from cases that, so far, no one has been able to solve. Or perhaps a better way to put it, no one has been able to legally solve. My heart goes out to those who are missing their family or friends and have no idea where they’ve gone. Equally so, the families or survivors of murder victims whose killers haven’t been found. I was shocked to see how many are out there spanning back decades. Can writing about an unsolved crime help 10 or 20 years later? I don’t know. But if there’s a chance, even a small one, it’s worth the effort. To do that requires the help of families, friends and people who may have any information…even someone who knows something trivial like a person’s favorite meal. I want to get to know the people who are missing or murdered. I want to know who they knew and who they were.


  1. For those of us who recently :”tuned in,” put on your broadcaster’s hat and preface the material with a short introduction as to what we are about to hear, and why…same with the transcriptions



  2. Agreed Burl….! This is intriguing Nikki but I have no clue where to start/get an overview. Is there one thing to read you can point us to?

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