Someone Is Missing -
If someone you know comes up missing…
This website will supply you with the following;
- Our web address to use immediately
- Web space, and our abilities for as long as you need.
- Unlimited bandwidth resources for as long as you need.
- Enough resources to handle press and media exposure.
- Template web pages published with the information you give us.
- Instant internet exposure.
- To be there for you when others fade away
If someone you love is missing, and the police and media know it, we’ll help you let the whole world know it, 100% FREE. All we need from you is the information.
To provide instant internet exposure for missing persons of any age, race or religion, worldwide. With our main objective of becoming a household name so that perpetrators will think twice before acting. They’ll know we’re here waiting and their movements will be limited.
Missing Persons List
James Wesley Blackwell, also known as Jim Blackwell, has been missing since 8:00am Monday, November 18th, 2013. He was last seen leaving a nearby Bank and his truck was later discovered, abandoned, at his home. There’s reports that jim Blackwell was seen on foot around the same timeframe and in the vicinity of where the truck was left.
Jim is not known to have any substance abuse, mental or physical issues and was in good health at the time of his disappearance. - See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/jim-blackwell-missing/
Zoe Campos was last visibly seen on November 17th at roughly 11:30pm and last contact with her was made at approximately 2:30 a.m. on November 18th. That contact was a text message sent to her mother telling her she was on her way to pick her up from work on East 34th St. in Lubbock. She never showed up.
Zoe Campos was last seen wearing black pants, a light mint green corset, and a black jacket. - See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/zoe-campos-missing/
Brady Scott Brown, or Nappy as his friends call him, left his place of residence following an argument with his roommate on 11 /5/ 2013. He showed up for work the next day but was a no call no show after that and hasn’t been seen since. Brady’s mother received the text on the 7th, nothing seems unusual and he was in good spirits. According to phone records, Brady hasn’t called or sent any text to anyone since 11 /7/ 2013. He took nothing with him and his belongings were found at his last known place of residence. – See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/brady-scott-brown/
79 yr-old William Johnson was last seen Thursday morning at approximately 11:45am, driving a beige 2004 Oldsmobile Silhouette with a handicap license plate, 7-4-0-4-F-2
William Johnson is described as a Black male, 6-feet tall and weighs about 152 pounds. Officials say he was last seen wearing black pants and a beige checkered shirt. He has been diagnosed with Alzheimers and has a heart condition. See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/william-johnson-missing/
17 yr. old Martha Zura was last seen on November 13th, 2013 at approximately 7am as she walked to Bell High School. Her last known location was westbound in the 4800 block of Filmore Avenue, Bell, Ca. She may have been seen leaving the area as a passenger in a dark silver late 90s Honda Civic type vehicle as it traveled southbound on Heliotrope from Filmore Avenue. Martha Zura is 5’2” 140 lbs with long black hair and brown eyes. She was last wearing blue jeans and a black cardigan sweater. See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/martha-zura-missing/
Michelle Moore was traveling from New Braunfels, TX, to Corona, CA. She called a friend on 11/11/2013 while in the company of a towing company employee, possibly with a company by the name of Champion. She has not been seen since 11/9/2013 or heard from since 11/11/2013. Any leads/sightings can be reported to New Braunfels Police Department at (830) 221-4000. See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/michelle-moore-missing/
The Roanoke County Police Department is currently investigating an incident involving a missing juvenile. On November 3rd, 2013 Zhenya Prokopchak, 16 was reported as a runaway from the 1100 block of Sugar Camp Creek Road which is located in the Bent Mountain area of Roanoke County, Roanoke, Virginia. On 11/03/13 Zhenya Prokopchak was seen in the area of clear Brook Park but left the area on foot.
Zhenya Prokopchak is described as a white male with blonde hair and brown eyes. He approximately 5′ 6″ and weighs 123 pounds. See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/zhenya-prokopchak-missing/
Kelly Dwyer, from Chicago and living in Milwaukee, was last seen on October 11th, 2013 and reported missing the next day when she failed to show up for work at Lululemon on North Water Street, Third Ward, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Kelly was last seen leaving the Allium restaurant with a male friend and entering his apartment at 2036 North Prospect Avenue in Milwaukee. Kelly is described as being 5′ 7″ tall, 145 lbs., of medium build with green eyes and brown hair. Kelly was last known to be ‘dressed for an evening out’ See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/kelly-dwyer-missing/ or visit a search effort page setup on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/KellyDwyerSearchEfforts
Kaitlyn Adams is a runaway from Roseville, Michigan and has been missing since September 23rd, 2013. Kaitlyn ran off with her boyfriend and can be headed to Illinois or Florida although as of November 11th, 2013 there’s reports that she may be in New Castle County, Delaware area.
Kaitlyn is 5-feet-4 inches tall, and weighs approx. 140lbs. She has blonde hair and blue eyes, but may have altered her appearance. She is believed to still be with her boyfriend and the only description of him is his right forearm is fully covered with “NO REGRETS” and musical notes around it . Kaitlyn has been seen in Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Delaware. See more at: http://someoneismissing.com/kaitlyn-adams-missing/
The Purpose Behind SomeoneIsMissing.com
Prior to this sites launching in 2006, Central Florida experienced the disappearance of a beautiful young woman. When it was realized that something was wrong the family took immediate measures with both the police and the media.
This went on for 2 to 3 days with local television stations and websites releasing the information about the case. News channels are affiliates of larger networks and the information they publish stays regulated within their local areas. Not to say the network doesn’t pick this information up, but the “15 minutes of fame” phrase doesn’t work very well under these circumstances.
This is why we say that, the speed of the internet is almost as fast as sound. Everyone knows if you email someone while talking on the phone, in most cases the recipient receives the email almost instantly.
A hypothetical scenario on an abduction; a family is distressed and completely lost about where to run next. The victim could be anywhere. The family is successful getting the picture and plea on the nightly news, and they know someone may be watching it for that brief instant while they show the victim’s profile. They can hope that someone within that short time, within that regulated viewing area, saw the plea and recognized the victim from their journeys that day.
How many people actually saw it? Some did no doubt, the question is, how many of them are blessed with a photographic memory to remember each detail, height, weight, hair color, clothes they were wearing? Not many. Which leads to the purpose of SomeoneIsMissing.com and our point; we can help you online while the case is being tended to on land.
To sum it up, we’re an all-in-one online resource for missing people. There are other portals within the arena and we suggest that you enlist the service of each and every one. If you’re working with us and have daily updates on your case, we’ll do the updates on our site for you. If your case has the unfortunate outcome of not being resolved for a long period of time, we have the time, the abilities, and the space for you to keep trying.
SomeoneIsMissing.com is here to help. We’re going to help you, stay with you, and put as much information on the internet that you give us to help reunite you with your loved one.
Except for Texas – it doesn’t take long for victims/perpetrators to leave the state – if families don’t spread their search past the state-lines fast, efforts may become futile. In one case, along with the media and our abilities, we had a young ladies profile on over 100,000 computers from coast to coast and into 20 different countries around the world within one week’s time.
Please tell anyone that may benefit from our help that we’re out there for them.