Bianca Piper is still missing. The teen is diagnosed ADHD and Bipolar, and a therapist instructed Bianca’s mom to let her walk off her anger. This worked well for a family who lives in the country on a dead end road, or at least it had worked well, the night before. Unfortunately, the second time it turned into a never-ending nightmare when Bianca never came home. A nightmare that Bianca’s mother and family would like to wake up from very soon. Three years later, and no sign of a beautiful brown-eyed, dark curly haired teen, named Bianca Noel Piper. What happened to Bianca Noel Piper the night of March 10, 2005? If you have information, regarding Bianca Piper’s disappearance please call the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department at 636-528-8546, and ask for Detective Chris Bartlett.
When our children reach twenty-one years of age they reach a new milestone in life, the end of childhood and the beginning of adult life. For a parent whose child disappeared at twelve this birthday is bittersweet. This is the case of Heather Kullorn; she disappeared while babysitting for family friends Dana Madden and Christopher Herbert. Dana Madden was working overnight at a convenience store, her story verified by police. Chris Herbert is a different story; no one can really verify where he was that night. A neighbor out walking his dog at approximately 0200 saw a man carry a child wrapped in a light colored comforter out of the apartment in question, unfortunately, the neighbor is legally blind without his prescription glasses and he was not wearing them that night. What happened to Heather Kullorn the night of June 14, 1999? If you know anything about this case please call the Richmond Heights Police Department at 314-645-3000.
Angie Housman disappeared after stepping off her school bus the afternoon of November 18 in 1993. It was as if she had disappeared into thin air somewhere between her bus stop and her home only nine houses away. Her body found by hunters on November 27. Angie was sexually abuse before her capture duct taped her to a tree. She was nine years old when she died from exposure in the August A. Busch Memorial Conservation Area. Although police have a partial palm print on file of Angie’s perpetrator and murderer, they have never identified the person responsible for her brutal torture and murder. Someone out there knows who hurt Angie 15 years ago, and how he or she sleeps at night is beyond me. If you know something about this case please call the Saint Louis Major Case Squad at (636) 949-3020.