A Place of Memory
When researching for my project crimeZZZ.net the past years, I noticed, that while there exists lot of information, literature, movies, studies etc. about serial killers, little is written and known about their victims and their victim´s lives. Even worse - the lower the social rank of a victim, the lower the media-response and the official reactions to a killing.
To cut it short, I had two reasons to launch this site:
First I want to explicitly point to the fact, that victims of serial killers lost a real life - a life with a future, hopes, talents, ambitions. Their gruesome loss left parents, partners, children, friends deeply hurt and damaged the lives of those near and loving irrevocably. Further I would like to invite relatives of serial killer victims to publish the victim´s bio here. If you would like me to publish the story of your loved one, please contact me.
Supporting our Police OfficersIt is important to support those in law enforcement who have sworn to protect and serve us. Consider making a gift to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, or to the Officer Down Memorial Page. If you are interested in information on how to become a police officer visit Your Police Career to learn how to launch your law enforcement career. To continue to minimize the loss and devastation of our present serial killer epidemic we need more citizens to step up and stand for justice by supporting our police officers or committing to a career in law enforcement. Together we stand and remember our officers, their families, the victims of serial killer violence and those they left behind.
Enter a Victim or missing person
Use this form either to enter more detailed data of a victim found in my listings, information about a victim not found here or a missing person.
|HELP IDENTIFYING JANE DOE!|
|Read about this unidentified murder victim and help identifying Jane Doe... Click on pictures for details.|