1 October 2001 - 31 December 2001


  1. A few nights ago I was watching a re-run of Unsolved Mysteries and Martha's story touched me so much, that I was compelled to look her up on the Internet and see if they'd found out who the killer is, yet. It surprised me that the process is still underway. I think this case is sick, sad and twisted, and in memory of Martha Moxley I have started a chain letter asking everyone to pray for Martha's family and that they, and Martha, find peace at last. I used a picture from the Photo Archive and gave proper credit, also. Anyone who has ever heard the story of Martha Moxley knows that she will NEVER be forgotten in our hearts. <3 Stephanie
    Stephanie Grace S.
    Menomonee Falls, WI USA
    Thursday, January 31, 2002 @ 16:59:58 EST
  2. well, i have just finished reading a book on this case, the first i have ever herard of it. It amazes me at how long it has taken to bring the killer to face justice. My friends and i feel desperatly for the moxley family and wonder why the investigation was so jumbled. Thank god someone took enough notice of the facts that will enable martha to finally rest in peace
    Nicole Oakley
    melbourne, vi
    Wednesday, January 30, 2002 @ 05:40:19 EST
  3. well, i have just finished reading a book on this case, the first i have ever herard of it. It amazes me at how long it has taken to bring the killer to face justice. My friends and i feel desperatly for the moxley family and wonder why the investigation was so jumbled. Thank god someone took enough notice of the facts that will enable martha to finally rest in peace
    Nicole Oakley
    melbourne, vic aus
    Wednesday, January 30, 2002 @ 05:39:50 EST
  4. well, i have just finished reading a book on this case, the first i have ever herard of it. It amazes me at how long it has taken to bring the killer to face justice. My friends and i feel desperatly for the moxley family and wonder why the investigation was so jumbled. Thank god someone took enough notice of the facts that will enable martha to finally rest in peace
    Nicole Oakley
    melbourne, vic australia
    Wednesday, January 30, 2002 @ 05:39:27 EST
  5. well, i have just finished reading a book on this case, the first i have ever herard of it. It amazes me at how long it has taken to bring the killer to face justice. My friends and i feel desperatly for the moxley family and wonder why the investigation was so jumbled. Thank god someone took enough notice of the facts that will enable martha to finally rest in peace
    Nicole Oakley
    melbourne, vic australia
    Wednesday, January 30, 2002 @ 05:36:59 EST
  6. Dorothy,
    If the person(s) doesn't get punished in this world...they will in the next. I hope justice prevails since you have spent so many years suffering such a horrible loss. I would do the same thing for my child...NEVER GIVE UP!

    Jane
    Defiance, OH US
    Tuesday, January 29, 2002 @ 15:22:53 EST
  7. Dorothy,
    If the person(s) doesn't get punished in this world...they will in the next. I hope justice prevails since you have spent so many years suffering such a horrible loss. I would do the same thing for my child...NEVER GIVE UP!

    Jane
    Defiance, OH US
    Tuesday, January 29, 2002 @ 15:22:20 EST
  8. I was only 11 and living in Riverside when Martha was so brutely taken from us and vividly remember that Halloween night when I heard the news. Itis so wonderful that this site was created in her memory. Thank you for keeping us updated. My prayers go out to her family and that the jurors make the right decision. Let the Moxleys know that Martha will always be remembered!!
    Melissa Mackail-Messier
    Jupiter, Fl US
    Sunday, January 27, 2002 @ 12:18:50 EST
  9. The eyes of the Lord are roaming the earth. Shake it off, Dorthy and step up.
    C Gonzales
    Houston,, TX US
    Monday, January 21, 2002 @ 17:28:04 EST
  10. The eyes of the Lord are roaming the earth. Shake it off, Dorthy and step up.
    C Gonzales
    Houston,, TX US
    Monday, January 21, 2002 @ 17:27:29 EST
  11. My prayers are with the Moxley family as the battle to solve the horrific murder of their lovely teenage daughter, continues. I saw the Martha Moxley story on television a month ago. Ever since I have been haunted by her lovely face & shining blonde hair - I have even bought the "Murder in Greenwich" to absorb more of the facts & fiction surrounding the case. Hopefully justice will prevail.
    Sonet Stemmet
    Cape Town, SA
    Thursday, January 17, 2002 @ 11:51:31 EST
  12. My prayers are with the Moxley family as the battle to solve the horrific murder of their lovely teenage daughter, continues. I saw the Martha Moxley story on television a month ago. Ever since I have been haunted by her lovely face & shining blonde hair - I have even bought the "Murder in Greenwich" to absorb more of the facts & fiction surrounding the case. Hopefully justice will prevail.
    Sonet Stemmet
    Cape Town, RSA
    Thursday, January 17, 2002 @ 11:51:23 EST
  13. My prayers are with the Moxley family as the battle to solve the horrific murder of their lovely teenage daughter, continues. I saw the Martha Moxley story on television a month ago. Ever since I have been haunted by her lovely face & shining blonde hair - I have even bought the "Murder in Greenwich" to absorb more of the facts & fiction surrounding the case. Hopefully justice will prevail.
    Sonet Stemmet
    Cape Town, South Africa, RSA
    Thursday, January 17, 2002 @ 11:51:08 EST
  14. Don't worry, Dorthy, you have many friends who keep you lifted when our wings have trouble remembering how to fly above.
    S Gonzales
    Houston, Tx US
    Tuesday, January 15, 2002 @ 11:01:21 EST
  15. Don't worry...Dorthy, you have many friends who lift you up when your have trouble remembering how to fly way above the bad in this world.
    C Gonzales
    Houston, Tx US
    Tuesday, January 15, 2002 @ 10:58:34 EST
  16. Don't worry...Dorthy, you have many friends who lift you up when your have trouble remembering how to fly way above the bad in this world.
    C Gonzales
    Houston, Tx US
    Tuesday, January 15, 2002 @ 10:57:31 EST
  17. I don't think there are any words to offer you after what you've been through.
    I am a mom, and I have three teenagers. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't worry about them, and pray for their safety. I feel so bad just thinking that something could happen to them, I can feel it physically .
    I can't even imagine your loss.
    But I remember when this happened, and I was Martha's age. I live in Ct. also (back then too) And now after all this time, to see that hopefully Michael will be convicted. I will keep praying for you, and your son.
    God bless you always,
    Gina Kevins

    Gina Kevins
    Ct. US
    Thursday, January 10, 2002 @ 07:55:51 EST
  18. I don't think there are any words to offer you after what you've been through.
    I am a mom, and I have three teenagers. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't worry about them, and pray for their safety. I feel so bad just thinking that something could happen to them, I can feel it physically .
    I can't even imagine your loss.
    But I remember when this happened, and I was Martha's age. I live in Ct. also (back then too) And now after all this time, to see that hopefully Michael will be convicted. I will keep praying for you, and your son.
    God bless you always,
    Gina Kevins

    Gina Kevins
    Ct. US
    Thursday, January 10, 2002 @ 07:55:17 EST
  19. I don't think there are any words to offer you after what you've been through.
    I am a mom, and I have three teenagers. There isn't a day that goes by that I don't worry about them, and pray for their safety. I feel so bad just thinking that something could happen to them, I can feel it physically .
    I can't even imagine your loss.
    But I remember when this happened, and I was Martha's age. I live in Ct. also (back then too) And now after all this time, to see that hopefully Michael will be convicted. I will keep praying for you, and your son.
    God bless you always,
    Gina Kevins

    Gina Kevins
    Ct. US
    Thursday, January 10, 2002 @ 07:54:59 EST
  20. dear dorothy and john

    i feel empathy for the loss of your loved one i can relate to your heartache and pain because only someone whose gone through an ordeal like ththis knows the pain and suffering this has caused you. my deep regrets and condolences.
    i know because in 1972, my brother was shot and
    murdered and left to rot in the gutter and was found doa when he arrived in the hospital. today is his birthday jan 6 and i will never rest until justice is served on my brothers behalf. i hope and pray that justice will be served on the murder of your precious daughter.
    god bless you both

    maria rodriguez
    statn island , ny US
    Sunday, January 06, 2002 @ 14:59:26 EST
  21. dear dorothy and john

    i feel empathy for the loss of your loved one i can relate to your heartache and pain because only someone whose gone through an ordeal like ththis knows the pain and suffering this has caused you. my deep regrets and condolences.
    i know because in 1972, my brother was shot and
    murdered and left to rot in the gutter and was found doa when he arrived in the hospital. today is his birthday jan 6 and i will never rest until justice is served on my brothers behalf. i hope and pray that justice will be served on the murder of your precious daughter.
    god bless you both

    maria rodriguez
    statn island , ny US
    Sunday, January 06, 2002 @ 14:58:36 EST

  22. In memory of young Martha Moxley
    “Mox” as her friends called her


    “As surely as she is in much better place than we
    A place where all Innocence, Beauty, Trust, and Belief
    Are comforted, nurtured, and tempered by Truth, Understanding, Love, And Peace
    A place where all goodness aspires to ascend”.


    Martha,
    I know that in this better place she is free from the pain and suffering of this life.
    As for me being a contemporary of hers. Growing up in a similar American family, home, town, and world. Having an older sister her age that could have passed as her sister. Having memories of my family together doing the things families did together back then her and her family’s pain and suffering is very heartfelt to me. After viewing this site and reading the posted testaments and notes of Martha’s loved ones the memories of my parents, siblings, friends, and childhood are more meaningful and missed. Someday all of us who truly care and that have been touched and affected by Martha’s short life with its tragic end will hopefully one day be able to give Martha a big hug and express our feelings of care, love, and sorrow, for a young girl who was taken not only from her loving family but from every person she may have had the chance to smile at, In a future that was and is not to be. For this we all pay with loss. Loss I know we can not measure nor comprehend. As for all of us left in the wake of this ongoing tragedy we must deal not only with the despicable monstrous Atrocity that was perpetrated against her, her family, and every decent American so long ago. But to add insult to injury the Moxley family and every decent American has had to endure and bare witness to the feeble, inept bungling attempt at justice. So far I see no earthly justice. True Justice is what Martha so expressly deserves and I truly hope she and we will have it.
    Closure is an integral part of the healing. It is my belief that time can heal… if allowed. God Bless.






    Michael B. Sarate
    Fair Haven, Mi US
    Tuesday, January 01, 2002 @ 23:14:19 EST

  23. In memory of young Martha Moxley
    “Mox” as her friends called her


    “As surely as she is in much better place than we
    A place where all Innocence, Beauty, Trust, and Belief
    Are comforted, nurtured, and tempered by Truth, Understanding, Love, And Peace
    A place where all goodness aspires to ascend”.


    Martha,
    I know that in this better place she is free from the pain and suffering of this life.
    As for me being a contemporary of hers. Growing up in a similar American family, home, town, and world. Having an older sister her age that could have passed as her sister. Having memories of my family together doing the things families did together back then her and her family’s pain and suffering is very heartfelt to me. After viewing this site and reading the posted testaments and notes of Martha’s loved ones the memories of my parents, siblings, friends, and childhood are more meaningful and missed. Someday all of us who truly care and that have been touched and affected by Martha’s short life with its tragic end will hopefully one day be able to give Martha a big hug and express our feelings of care, love, and sorrow, for a young girl who was taken not only from her loving family but from every person she may have had the chance to smile at, In a future that was and is not to be. For this we all pay with loss. Loss I know we can not measure nor comprehend. As for all of us left in the wake of this ongoing tragedy we must deal not only with the despicable monstrous Atrocity that was perpetrated against her, her family, and every decent American so long ago. But to add insult to injury the Moxley family and every decent American has had to endure and bare witness to the feeble, inept bungling attempt at justice. So far I see no earthly justice. True Justice is what Martha so expressly deserves and I truly hope she and we will have it.
    Closure is an integral part of the healing. It is my belief that time can heal… if allowed. God Bless.






    Michael B. Sarate
    Fair Haven, Mi US
    Tuesday, January 01, 2002 @ 23:13:47 EST

  24. In memory of young Martha Moxley
    “Mox” as her friends called her


    “As surely as she is in much better place than we
    A place where all Innocence, Beauty, Trust, and Belief
    Are comforted, nurtured, and tempered by Truth, Understanding, Peace, and Love
    A place where all goodness aspires to ascend”.


    Martha,
    I know that in this better place she is free from the pain and suffering of this life.
    As for me being a contemporary of hers. Growing up in a similar American family, home, town, and world. Having an older sister her age that could have passed as her sister. Having memories of my family together doing the things families did together back then her and her family’s pain and suffering is very heartfelt to me. After viewing this site and reading the posted testaments and notes of Martha’s loved ones the memories of my parents, siblings, friends, and childhood are more meaningful and missed. Someday all of us who truly care and that have been touched and affected by Martha’s short life with its tragic end will hopefully one day be able to give Martha a big hug and express our feelings of care, love, and sorrow, for a young girl who was taken not only from her loving family but from every person she may have had the chance to smile at, In a future that was and is not to be. For this we all pay with loss. Loss I know we can not measure nor comprehend. As for all of us left in the wake of this ongoing tragedy we must deal not only with the despicable monstrous Atrocity that was perpetrated against her, her family, and every decent American so long ago. But to add insult to injury the Moxley family and every decent American has had to endure and bare witness to the feeble, inept bungling attempt at justice. So far I see no earthly justice. True Justice is what Martha so expressly deserves and I truly hope she and we will have it.
    Closure is an integral part of the healing. It is my belief that time can heal… if allowed. God Bless.






    Michael B,Sarate
    Royal Oak, Mi US
    Tuesday, January 01, 2002 @ 23:11:40 EST
  25. I can't believe that this girl was murdered. I have been following this case only recently thanks to Lifetime TV's UNSOLVED MYSTERIES. I recent found this website and will continue to follow this case. God Bless and Good Luck to Martha's Family.
    Katherine B.
    WV US
    Thursday, December 27, 2001 @ 13:30:37 EST
  26. I can't believe that this girl was murdered. I have been following this case only recently thanks to Lifetime TV's UNSOLVED MYSTERIES. I recent found this website and will continue to follow this case. God Bless and Good Luck to Martha's Family.
    Katherine B.
    WV US
    Thursday, December 27, 2001 @ 13:30:07 EST
  27. To the Moxley's~
    What exciting news! Dorthy, I can see you with your feet in the air. Continued blessings to you.

    Sharon G.
    Houston , TX US
    Thursday, December 13, 2001 @ 10:57:18 EST
  28. Dorothy, Please stay strong. I have been following the case and today I received the news that Skakel is going to trial. Thank God! May he receive the highest punishment available and if they call me for jury duty, you know I've got your back! Take care and I will pray for you. Lots of love and care from me.


    Steen
    Tampa, FL US
    Thursday, December 13, 2001 @ 10:56:04 EST
  29. God Bless, It's about time. You are in our prayers.

    kto

    Kevin O'Hara
    Los Angeles, CA US
    Thursday, December 13, 2001 @ 10:55:24 EST
  30. Dorthy, Let's pray that by next Christmas, all this will be over and we will all be rejoicing!
    God bless you and remember He is faithful.

    Sharon Gonzales
    Houston, TX US
    Tuesday, December 04, 2001 @ 13:46:57 EST
  31. Congrats!! I'm thrilled to hear about the good news given today, 11-20-01. Strangely, I came upon the news article that told me about the decision of Judge Dennis, while I was doing a research paper for one of my Criminogoly classes that included your daughters case. It has had an effect on me, from the beginning that I heard about Martha and that was way before this paper. I have read Mark Furman's book, Murder in Greenwich, I have kept up with the case through e-mails and the newspaper and watched Unsolved Mysteries and other televised documentaries about the cse. For some reason, Martha has touched my soul.
    P.S. Credit of resources was noted in my paper.

    Missy Gonzalez
    Fresno, Ca US
    Wednesday, November 21, 2001 @ 02:01:50 EST
  32. Dear Dorothy and John :

    I am SO GLAD that a decision has FINALLY been made to try Michael Skakel as an adult !!!!! Maybe this is a controversial ruling to some, but as far as I am concerned, considering the facts of this case, THIS RULING IS TRUE JUSTICE !!!!!! You and your family and all of Martha's friends have had to wait TOO LONG to begin to see some kind of justice, and I hope that this ruling means that NO MATTER WHAT THE " KENNEDY CONNECTION " IS, Mr. Skakel WILL PAY AND PAY DEARLY FOR WHAT HE DID TO MARTHA SO MANY YEARS AGO !!!!! In my opinion, EVERY Skakel family member and friend who has covered for this MONSTER for all of these years, and impeded the justice that you and your family have deserved, THEY WILL ALL BE JUDGED ON THEIR ACTIONS, maybe not in this life, BUT MOST CERTAINLY IN THE NEXT, AND IN THE NEXT LIFE IT DOESN'T MATTER HOW MUCH MONEY OR INFLUENCE BY FAMILY TIES THAT A PERSON HAS !!!!! If I was any one of those people who have lied, or distorted the truth to cover up the facts of this case, I WOULD MOST DEFINITELY NOT BE WELCOMING MY MEETING WITH MY MAKER !!!!!!!

    Good luck and most sincere prayers to you and your family, and I PRAY EVERY DAY that you will see justice finally served, AND SOON !!!!!!

    GOD BLESS YOU AND YOUR FAMILY....

    Donna W. Belmont

    Donna Belmont
    Levittown, PA US
    Wednesday, November 21, 2001 @ 01:13:03 EST
  33. Today the judge ruled that Michael Skakel will be tried as an adult, and that is good. Here is someone who just wastes space in this world, and has never done anything remotely constructive for himself or others, just like the rest of his family. He is obviously the murderer, but if he gets off or only serves a small prison sentence, we shouldn't worry, for there is a very warm place in hell for him.
    God bless Mr. Alessi for this websight, and may God bless Mssrs. Dunne and Fuhrman as well.
    I hope the Moxley family may be able to bring some closure and peace of mind to their lives.

    Jeffrey M. Aversa, M.D.
    Margate, NJ US
    Monday, November 19, 2001 @ 21:31:03 EST
  34. I just wanted to give my condolence to the family and add my two cents. I attended the elan school many years after Michael Skakel and i have to say that I don't doubt that elan would cover up for him. I was there when Dateline or soomething simular was there investigating. All our normal activities were stopped for that day and no one was allowed outside. It was almost like we all had to pretend that Elan was different than it really is. In my opinion the school should be investigated and shut down. Again I am sorry for the tragedy and I hope that some sort of truth will come out and you may be able to make some kind of peace
    annonomous
    US
    Friday, November 16, 2001 @ 13:47:04 EST
  35. This is a very moving way to keep the memory of Martha Moxley alive and to show murderers that they will be caught no matter what their name is. I pray that the Moxley family will get justice.
    Tammy Nickels
    Owego, NY US
    Monday, November 12, 2001 @ 13:12:41 EST
  36. Dorothy and John, you have been blessed by a man named Mark Fuhrman. That man changed much of my life after watching how they destroyed his name without any conscience in doing so. I had no idea those people were so evil. He did his job, and he did it well. I was so incredibly pleased to know how he was able to do what he did for you in this cold case. He is an outstanding detective because he has very sharp instincts for that type of job. I pray for true justice in this case, and people like the Skakel's are as bad as those who cheered OJ Simpson. Evil. There is no other word to define it. God Bless You both.
    Katy Winters
    Anaheim, CA US
    Monday, November 05, 2001 @ 17:44:05 EST
  37. I first came across "A Season in Purgatory" by Dominick Dunne, in 1999,read his article in Vanity Fair, and then found Mark's book, "Murder in Greenwich" and Tim's book,"A Wealth of Evil", all within a year's time. I found the Skakels to be an appallingly undisciplined and wild family, and worthless with not one iota of class, in spite of all their wealth. The crass and self-serving atmosphere they have lived in led to this evil crime.
    Dorthy, I admire you above anyone I can think of, and pray for God to give you and your son continued strength to see this through. Please know you have thousands of people supporting you even if you don't know who we are. I was overwhelmed with the horror of this crime, and since one of my daughters was 15 in 1975, and my other daughter shared Martha's birthday, I felt compelled to read everything I could find about it. I know Mark Fuhrman is right; he is a fantastic detective. I know that Michael Skakel will be brought to justice. He wears such a smug and arrogant smile and it is apparent he feels absolutely secure in believing that the family name and money will get him out of this! I have news for this evil man. He will get his just desserts.

    God bless you, Dorthy and John. Stay the course. Keep the faith. Keep up the good fight. We are with you.

    Carroll Smith
    Allen, TX US
    Friday, November 02, 2001 @ 19:06:06 EST
  38. Congratulations, Steve Carroll. We need more people like you. Dorothy, stay encouraged. It is so hard to go through this for 26 years, but God will see you and the Moxley's through it. Thank you, Mike Chisari for the kind words. God bless you.
    SGonzales
    Houston , TX US
    Friday, November 02, 2001 @ 14:02:43 EST

  39. my heart still goes out to her

    shelly wornstaff
    ft.pierce. fl., US
    Thursday, November 01, 2001 @ 20:58:01 EST
  40. To The Dorthy and John Moxley, and Martha,

    I would just like to express my deepest thoughts towards you and all that you have been through must be still very hard. It has been just recently that I have learned of your story and what happened and it saddens me very much. Martha was very beautiful and I am sure she was very beautiful on the inside as well. It's very
    wrong her life was taken. I will continue to think of her and the Moxley's and follow the case and watch justice be done.

    Taylor Leddingham
    Delaware, Oh US
    Thursday, November 01, 2001 @ 15:45:04 EST
  41. I have a beautiful daughter of 16. I can't imagine the pain you feel. I know after reading Martha's case I will never take her forgranted and always let her know how much she is loved. Maybe this is the good that has came out of this awful thing done to your daughter.
    margaret arnstrong
    catoosa, OK US
    Thursday, November 01, 2001 @ 14:16:11 EST
  42. This must be a very difficult time of year for the Moxley family. I wonder if they can even celebrate Halloween. It has been a long road for the Moxleys but I truly admire their class and persistence in this court case. I hope they hang in there until the very end. Martha must be looking down proudly on her Mother and Brother. They have not let her memory die. Whether Skakel is ever convicted or not, he will never be free of his crime.
    Elaine
    Purchse, NY US
    Thursday, November 01, 2001 @ 11:10:53 EST
  43. We still miss Martha and not a day goes by that we dont think of the stars in her eyes didnt shine on us. I wish this was a different anniversary one of happiness not one with such sorrow and loss. My heart to her in heaven and to the family
    with tender love
    jojoe

    Joesph Prescott
    CorpusChristy, TX US
    Tuesday, October 30, 2001 @ 21:38:21 EST
  44. I wanted to share that my thoughts are with the Moxley family on this, the 26th anniversary of Martha's untimely passing. The thoughts of this night 26 years ago only serves to make my heart heavy. Martha has been on my mind all day. I will light a candle this evening in her memory.

    Gone, but never forgotten.

    I've heard it said that no one is dead so long as there are people to remember them.

    Martha Moxley, we at True Crimes and CN2000 remember you.


    Mike Chisari
    Annapolis, MD US
    Tuesday, October 30, 2001 @ 20:34:16 EST
  45. God bless you dear Martha on your 26th anniversay in Heaven. May God keep you in His special care. Til He brings you and your family together again.
    Steven Travis
    Ossining, NY US
    Tuesday, October 30, 2001 @ 09:15:41 EST
  46. I don't think anything I can write could completly sum up the emotions, and thoughts that I have on the Murder and loss of such an innocent person. I have read a lot on the murder, and in turn researched the life of Martha Moxley. It makes me so heavy-hearted to think that no one has been brought to justice for such a horrid crime. My prayers go out in hopes that they can help ease the suffering of all those who have carried this heavy burden of such tremedous loss in their hearts for more than 20 years, longer than I have even been alive. A young life was needlessly snuffed out by a hateful, and hurtful person, and her special life, no matter how short, should never be over shadowed by the act of cowardice of a heartless monster. My prayers go out to the family Martha left behind, and I hope that one day there will be justice.
    Melissa Baptiste
    Niskayuna, NY US
    Sunday, October 28, 2001 @ 16:01:07 EST
  47. I truly feel for the surviving Moxley family, I know it must be hard dealing with this senseless lost. I believe that the Skakel family was involved.... and he/they have to live with the torment in their minds everyday... this is assuming that they have a conscious. May god bless the Moxley family. The Skakels will have to account for all the deeds they have done... here or in the after life. May justice prevail.
    SCR
    US
    Thursday, October 25, 2001 @ 10:53:06 EST
  48. Hi. Perhaps I´m the only peerson in this country that have read the book "Murder in Greenwich". While I was reading this I felt a lot of anger about the way Martha was murdered and the way the police have acted for all this years. I want to express my condolences to Martha's family and all the people that had the pleasure of knowing her. I'm 24 years old and I really expect that Justice will come and Martha Moxley can rest then in peace and her family can go on with their lives. I apologized if this comment has any mistakes but i'm still learning English.
    See you soon,
    Lucas.

    Lucas E. Federico
    Concepcion del Uruguay, Entre Rios Argentina
    Monday, October 22, 2001 @ 16:38:38 EST
  49. I'm a journalist from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and I'm probably the only person in my country that ever read the book 'Murder in Greenwich'. I found out about the murder while visiting www.crimelibrary.com and I really wanted to read the book. That's what I did two months ago and since then I can't stop thinking about the case. I think it's unbelievable that a murder case remains unsolved for more than 25 years. I'd really love to write an article about the case. Can somebody out there help me with this??????

    Jack Pinkster
    Amsterdam, N-Holland Netherlands
    Wednesday, October 17, 2001 @ 09:50:10 EST
  50. ACCIDENTALLY ONE DAY I READ ABOUT THAT STORY WHICH TOOK PLACE MANY-MANY YEARS AGO AND I WAS REALLY SHOCKED. WHO COULD HAVE TAKEN THE LIFE OF A BLOND ANGEL IN SUCH A TENDER AGE. MARTHA I HOPE YOU ARE IN A BETTER PLACE AND FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART I HOPE THAT FINALLY ONE DAY JUSTICE WILL GIVE YOU THE RIGHT TO REST IN PEACE. TONIA.
    TONIA
    ATHENS, GR
    Monday, October 15, 2001 @ 09:05:24 EST
  51. The first I ever knew anything of Martha was a couple of days ago when I was reading my Cosmo. I wasn't born until 1981, and since I live way south then it wasn't really something I'd heard about. I just want to tell Dorothy and John that I feel so much pain. I don't know how it feels to have someone so close to me murdered, but I have had people really close to me to die. I hope that whoever committed this act fries in the electric chair. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Cindy
    Gainesville, Ga US
    Sunday, October 14, 2001 @ 23:39:26 EST