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True Crime
  • Author:
    Barbara Kemm-Highton
  • ISBN:
    1413780652
  • ISBN13:
    978-1413780659
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  • Publisher:
    PublishAmerica (May 9, 2005)
  • Pages:
    70 pages
  • Subcategory:
    True Crime
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    4.3
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A Body on the Farm book. Carol Blades was described as shy and quiet. Moving around a lot when she was a child, Carol's family finally settled in Nixa, Missouri, a small, quaint town nestled in the Ozarks-a safe place

A Body on the Farm book. Moving around a lot when she was a child, Carol's family finally settled in Nixa, Missouri, a small, quaint town nestled in the Ozarks-a safe place. Carol was just a teen when she married, and was planning a life with her husband and, hopefully, an adopted baby. All these plans would change when she went to do laundry in Decembe Carol Blades was described as shy and quiet.

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I am the author of two books A Body on the Farm: The Disappearance and Murder of Carol Blades and Missing or Murdered in Missouri: Unsolved and Solved Cases

I am the author of two books A Body on the Farm: The Disappearance and Murder of Carol Blades and Missing or Murdered in Missouri: Unsolved and Solved Cases. My boys are Craig and Grant Hornbuckle and my granddaughter is Emalye.

Carol Blades was described as shy and quiet. All these plans would change when she went to do laundry in December of 1969 and never came home.

Barbara Kemm-Highton.

Moving around a lot when she was a child, Carol's family finally settled in Nixa, Missouri, a small, quaint town nestled in the Ozarks-a safe place. Carol was just a teen when she married, and was planning a li. Specifications. Barbara Kemm-Highton.

A 9 year-old disappears and her body is found in 1975. An elderly woman who has been featured on the album cover of a popular band is murdered in her Aldrich home. A nurse and her children are killed in their home in a quiet new subdivision, and two mothers have vanished without a trace. Just as solved cold cases have become popularized in a variety of television documentaries, Missouri cases are also becoming closed. Barbara Kemm-Highton is a semi-retired teacher and this is her second true crime book. She has also written for The Forensics Examiner.

Barbara Kemm-Highton is a semi-retired teacher and this is her second true crime book. Very interesting murders and missing persons that the national public never heard about. At the request of families and friends, this anthology has been a tribute to the cold cases in and around the author's home town of Springfield.

First shown8 Jan 2020.

Unsolved and Solved Cases. by Barbara Kemm-Highton. Books related to Missing or Murdered in Missouri: Unsolved and Solved Cases. DNA has been the smoking gun in one 25 year-old homicide and has sent a prominent businessman to prison. People are talking and in the case of a 15 year-old murdered in 1982, there have been convictions.

Carol Blades was described as shy and quiet. Moving around a lot when she was a child, Carol's family finally settled in Nixa, Missouri, a small, quaint town nestled in the Ozarks-a safe place. Carol was just a teen when she married, and was planning a life with her husband and, hopefully, an adopted baby. All these plans would change when she went to do laundry in December of 1969 and never came home. This is a mother's story about a missing child, but it is also the story of cold cases and law enforcement-then and now. This is an investigation that has been resurrected, and the road to a killer is crooked, chilling and unconventional. Was it the serial killer? The husband? The sheriff? Or would a new, controversial investigation give this case some intriguing new possibilities and some kind of closure to the 35-year-old murder?