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The Murders of Lyric Morrisey and Elizabeth Collins

July 3, 2012 was a day that forever changed the lives of the Morrisey and Collins families. This was the day that 8-year-old Elizabeth Collins and her 10 year-old cousin, Lyric Morrisey disappeared. Lyric Morrisey was a very active young lady. She was being raised in Evansdale, Iowa most of the time by her grandmother, Wylma, and her aunts. While Lyric had as much of a normal childhood as she could, it was entangled with her parents being in and out of the picture due to their drug addictions. Despite these challenges, Lyric was still a kid doing her best. She loved the band, One Direction, and the outdoors.  Elizabeth Collins was the younger of the two girls. She was said to be shy with a few exceptions. She was rambunctious when playing hockey, softball and around her friends. That is when this shy girl talked... a lot. Elizabeth also had great love for animals.  July 3, 2012 Around noon that summer day, the girls got on their bikes and told their grandma Wylma goodbye. The girls wer

The Disappearance of Judith Hyams/Judy Carole Himes

On September 14, 1965, 22 year old Judith Carole Himes was last seen in Coral Gables, Florida. At this time, being pregnant and not being married was a huge no-no. And this is the situation that she found herself in. Even as a divorcee, this would have been so frowned upon in the 1960s especially since she came from a wealthy family. It would have been brought shame and scandal to all of them.  Judy was a medical technician who lived with her parents. The morning of September 14th was the same as most mornings. She left for work after breakfast but instead of going to work, she withdrew $300 from her bank account, rented a car and headed to a location that only a few new about. She did call a friend and say that she was leaving work early. During this time before Roe v Wade, abortions were illegal yet she made an appointment in an illegal clinic for one. She was heading to this clinic that was ran by a Hungarian immigrant, George Hadju. Three weeks later, her rental car was found in At