1 Jan 1999 - 31 Apr 1999

  1. Best wishes from Austria!

    Kontrollgruppe IN69
    Austria, A - Saturday, April 24, 1999 @ 16:51:36 EST
  2. it stinks that the grand jury is taking so long..because of the money that the murders have...if they were not guilty then why do they stall everything...how can they be innicent if they wont cooperate with the police...best of lusk and give them what they deserve..mark f is right there are 2 kinds of justice one for the rich and one for therest of us....
    don quill
    boston, ma US - Wednesday, April 21, 1999 @ 19:56:52 EST
  3. As someone who is studying to be a lawyer in the hopes of being a prosecutor, I am facinated by true crime stories.
    I've always known that I wanted to be involved in criminal law, but not defense, because I know that I could not live with myself if I got someone that I knew was guilty off.
    Reading about the Moxley case reenforced this feeling. I am appalled at the cover-ups! My thoughts are with the Moxleys, and I hope that the killer is found and convicted.

    Baltimore, MD US - Saturday, April 17, 1999 @ 13:47:40 EST
  4. I hope shorty reads these and knows your clossing
    in on him. Way to never give up!! We're routing for you!

    state college, pa US - Thursday, April 15, 1999 @ 19:46:02 EST
  5. Read Furhman's "Murder in Greenwich". I am the prime sponsor of both bills to investigate the crimes and coverup of the antics of the late judge John Fairbanks here in NH. My comment on Fuhrman's book: Great Job: GO GET THE BASTARD. Good luck to the Conn. Grand Jury. I hope they do a better job than the botched state police murder crap they did to that kid in the seventies when I lived in CT. and they lost the f##king murder weapon....(a knife). I hope Mark's book helps to catalyze justice being finally served....But...from my experience on Fairbanks....keep your fingers crossed....and keep up the pressure and the the public spotlight.
    Hon. Philip T. Cobbin, Esq.
    Canaan, NH US - Saturday, April 10, 1999 @ 22:53:11 EST
  6. I hope someday someone will pay for this horrible murder. This should never happen to anyone.
    Christina Walsh
    Niagara Falls, NY US - Sunday, April 04, 1999 @ 22:03:43 EST
  7. I would like to hear from anyone who attended the Elan Program from 1977 thru 1981. Especially anyone who remembers Mike Blackman, Kim Freehill, or Jeff Grimes.
    John D. Ricci
    US - Sunday, April 04, 1999 @ 10:09:35 EST
  8. I was captivated by the Martha's story as told in Mark Fuhrman's book, and certainly hope and pray that justice will be done -- soon. I can't imagine what Martha's family and friends have been going through for these many years. My heart goes out to them.
    Matt Reynolds
    Alexandria, VA US - Sunday, March 28, 1999 @ 09:29:11 EST
  9. I'm very sorry about what happened and I hope they find the horrible person who did this brutal thing to her.
    Kelli Price
    US - Saturday, March 27, 1999 @ 19:34:26 EST
  10. I think what happened to martha was a really sad event and i hope that justist will be seved i just read 2 books on the case and the reason it has yet to be brought to justist is the cops back then did not do there jobs and i firmly belive that michal did it cause he couldn't have what his brother had and that is sad there father should be held resoposiable also for not have any control over his children regardless of his family. I have a child and if i knew he had murdered some one i would be on the victims side not his.

    Danielle Collins
    marion, in US - Saturday, March 27, 1999 @ 14:38:40 EST
  11. Just finished the book "Greentown," and am very impressed with the information on Martha available on the web.
    Alison Moss
    Radcliff, KY US - Friday, March 26, 1999 @ 13:43:43 EST
  12. I hope and pray that the murderer(s) of your daughter and sister are brought to justice. I read Mark Furman's book and I am overwhelmed with the strength of your family. I pray that you may have closure soon.
    Susanna Watts
    Arvada, Co US - Wednesday, March 24, 1999 @ 22:10:43 EST
  13. Duck in a Raincoat: The Unauthorized Portrait of Joe Ricci is availble at www.Books.com for $14.95.

    Amy Smith
    Bangor, ME US - Tuesday, March 23, 1999 @ 13:03:17 EST
  14. I would like to be added to your mailing list to receive updated news on the case. I just finished reading Mark Furhman's book and think it is deplorable but not too unusual that money speaks louder than justice.

    Linda Dewberry
    Arlington, WA US - Saturday, March 20, 1999 @ 15:43:53 EST
  15. If signing this page will help you keep up the fight,then we will do it as often as needed.(Thanks to MF for opening some eyes)I'll pass on the book.
    When we read of the power,greed and self serving existance(mostly fear) of the Skakel's,we can thank God for the simple things.God bless the Moxleys and to Martha who waits.

    Steve Leonard
    SLC, UT US - Saturday, March 13, 1999 @ 00:00:37 EST
  16. I commend Tom for his hard work as Webmaster (it's a great looking site and obviously a lot of work from someone who has a passionate interest in seeing that justice is served). I read "Murder in Greenwich" last year after seeing Mr. Fuhrman and Mrs. Moxley on the "Today" show. I was moved and infuriated by the story and hope that there will be justice for lovely Martha and peace for her family.
    Gregory George
    San Francisco, CA US - Friday, March 12, 1999 @ 18:35:27 EST
  17. After reading Mark Furman's book on this case, I was extremely
    touched. As a mother myself and one who has lost a sibling, I
    can only guess at the horror that the
    Moxley family has expeienced. As if this horrible loss
    was not enough, one family, it seems, has been able to
    suspend justice. That the Moxley family has been able to maintain
    their class and focus thruought this ordeal is a testament
    to the strength of their love and family values. My sympathy and
    prayers go out to them and all who have suffered the loss of a loved one.

    WPB, FL US - Thursday, March 11, 1999 @ 22:01:52 EST
  18. Read the message below,that isn't the first time I've heard someone that lived in Greenwich at the time of the murder to mention Jimmy Terrien. Maybe someone should look into this.

    Best wishes, keep the faith,


    Nancey Dinardi
    US - Wednesday, March 10, 1999 @ 12:13:21 EST
  19. I have become interested in this case by reading articles and Dunne's book. I would certainly be willing to help to keep this site on the net, as well as write to politicians to keep interest in solving this case alive. My sympathy to the family who have had to endure such pain for so many years.
    Thank you,
    Debbie Johnson

    Debbie Johnson
    Loveland, Ohio US - Tuesday, March 09, 1999 @ 15:38:31 EST

  20. My prayers are with you.

    Andrea B
    seabrook.net, NH US - Monday, March 08, 1999 @ 01:50:50 EST
  21. Read Mr. Fhurman's book with great interest.
    The apparent pathological behavior of the Skakel boys is not surprising when one knows something of families affected by alcohlism. When I read of the elder Mr. Skakel's problem with alcohol, everything fell into place for me. The rage in those boys, now men, knew no bounds. A happy, self-posessed girl, as Martha apparently was, would be a severe provocation. When you're as miserable and self-centered as one can be in an alcoholic family, you don't want anybody else to be happy. You might even want to harm that person rather than face your own shame and humiliation. Alcoholism is a killer disease that affects everyone, not just the drinker. Attendance at Al-Anon Family Groups or any other treatment that addressed this vital issue might have prevented this tragedy.

    Christopher Pikula
    Lexington, MA US - Monday, March 08, 1999 @ 00:28:24 EST
  22. I have just read the book and I hope and pray that they will get the killer or killers of Martha Moxley, God bless you and your family Keep the faith.
    William Lukens
    ridgecrest , ca US - Sunday, March 07, 1999 @ 23:31:23 EST
  23. I hope this case will end with a conviction soon. I also hope it will bring peace to everyone involved.
    Jennifer Perry
    Port Angeles, Wa US - Wednesday, March 03, 1999 @ 15:01:46 EST
  24. I am 11 years old and I have just finished reading Mark Fuhrman's book. It was a very informative book. Best Wishes to Dorthy and John Moxley
    Leyla Philipchuck
    Brooklyn, ny US - Tuesday, March 02, 1999 @ 18:24:09 EST
  25. Dear Mrs. Moxley:

    I just wanted to tell you that I saw you on "Good Morning America", Monday, March 1, 1999, with Cynthia McFadden. I was so happy to hear that this might be what everybody has been waiting for. You have been a real trooper through this whole nasty ordeal, and I hope that justice will finally be served. Hang in there. My prays are with and your family. Cynthia Sproul

    Cynthia Sproul
    Oakdale, NY US - Tuesday, March 02, 1999 @ 10:12:07 EST
  26. I lived in Greenwich at the time of the Martha Moxley murder.I've always believed that the police force there was incompetent at the time,being no more than "baby-sitters" for the wealthy.Power and money are no excuse for the amazing amount of time it has taken for this case to progress.I sincerely hope that justice will finally prevail,and Martha's killer will finally get his just reward.
    The really chilling thing about this site is that it dredged up old memories and names that I had not thought about in years.I see some of those names here in the guestbook and in the articles posted.Find Jimmy Terrien and perhaps a few more pieces of this sordid puzzle will fit into place.Sincerely,Charles Caterine GHS class of 1974

    Charles Caterine
    Cocoa, FL US - Saturday, February 27, 1999 @ 11:56:26 EST
  27. I thought Fuhrmans' book was great and I wish the family all the best. One thought that came to mind: the Skakels, good friends and neighbors that they are, don't seem to have posted any condolences on this site, or spent a dime or a minute looking for the real killer. Perhaps like O.J., they are conduting their investigation on a golf course? It seems to me that innocent neighbors would have left no stone unturned in seeking the real killer and clearing their names. Instead, they've hidden behind lawyers and rehab clinics. I've heard no word of sadness for Martha from her old friends. Interesting.
    US - Friday, February 26, 1999 @ 11:21:27 EST
  28. I just finished Mr. Furman's book. I'm glad the book generated the interest to reopen this crime. My prayers are with the Moxley family. I pray that the killer is brought to justice -- that the family and friends may have closure. God Bless You!
    Lisa S.
    Lynchburg, VA US - Thursday, February 25, 1999 @ 11:31:38 EST
  29. To the Moxleys and all other victims of Martha's Murder. Take hope and remember- "The wheels of the Gods grind slowly, but they grind exceedingly small."
    dan restione
    usa, wa US - Sunday, February 21, 1999 @ 02:44:08 EST

  30. Martha,words could never even come close to describe how I feel. you were of all things beautiful and of all things good I knew that from the day I met you in the first grade.You stole my heart.You are someone anybody would love to know miss you.kurt

    kurt Jonas
    oakland, ca US - Saturday, February 20, 1999 @ 00:50:43 EST
  31. I too lost good a good friend to murder in high school. I beleive the man whom they say did it was innocent. But alas we will never know for he is dead. What has brought out my suspicion even more is that on a recent trip home a friend of mine told me how her cousin bragged of doing it. With no proof and no chance of local law enforcement helping i'm afraid the real killer will never be found. Mrs. Moxley is so lucky to have friends like you who care. Keep up the good work.
    steven cudd
    sacramento, ca US - Friday, February 19, 1999 @ 10:33:36 EST
  32. I just completed reading Murder in Greenwich and it brought back many memories
    of my childhood. Martha and I would be the same age so it made it all that much more
    familiar. I grew up in a similar town with similar "powerful" families getting away with
    all kinds of things. I have met, in passing, many of the Kennedy's and possibly a Skakel or two. I believe them
    to be evil people with too much money and no regard for human beings. I hope to see the killer
    brought to justice soon. My hope and prayers go out to Martha's family and friends.

    Douglas Beck
    Aspen, CO US - Wednesday, February 17, 1999 @ 16:31:48 EST
  33. When I looked at the photo of Michael S. as a boy he looked like any other young man at that time. He looked like he might have worn puka shells. And then to hear that he clubbed animals and to see how he looks today I wonder about what kind of upbringing he had, etc. Whether he was the killer of Martha Moxley or not he must have been very troubled. Interestingly he still plays golf-a theme throughout his life. I think that is strange to have him pictured today with a golf club. I would like to know if he is married, etc. and what kind of life he has led.
    US - Wednesday, February 17, 1999 @ 02:55:09 EST
  34. I was a good friend of Martha's when she went to Montclair Elementary school in Oakland during the 5th and 6th grade. I have very fond memories of Martha when we played together at the house off Liemert in Montclair. I remember one night when we spent hours calling the local radio station and won at least one or two free albums. I also remember going to Tahoe with the Moxley's during the summer. I was stunned when my mother told me the news of Martha's death in 1975. I can still remember that moment. We have kept updated on the events of the investigations through the news and I just finished the latest novel, by Furhman. I hope that this can be put to rest once and for all. Martha was a very special person who is still alive in our hearts.
    Margo Mackey
    Felton, CA US - Tuesday, February 16, 1999 @ 14:22:23 EST
  35. It's one thing that Michael Skakel was allowed to take a golf club and murder little innocent animals and get by with it, but an innocent 15-year old girl? I just read Furman's book, looking at the pictures of Martha I recovered some pictures of myself from 1975. She looked like I did in 1975, it was chilling. My heart goes out to Dorthy and John Moxley and I want them to know that justice is coming soon. Mark Furman overcame some adversity of his own writing this book, and I applaud him. Mark, you are a true professional. I look forward to more of your work. Who knows how you may have helped this case. MOVE FORWARD!

    Kelly Davis
    Chattanooga, TN US - Tuesday, February 16, 1999 @ 08:16:46 EST
  36. I am writing a paper on Dominick Dunne for a literary club I am in and I need information on him. Do you have any leads? I love your site?
    Clarksburg, WWwv US - Monday, February 15, 1999 @ 17:21:41 EST
  37. I have followed Martha's case for years with great interest. As the mother of two daughters my heart cries out to Dorthy as well as John. What occurs to me while reading all the articles is this: the reason the Skakels changed their testimonies when speaking to investigators in 1993 might be their desire to 'explain away' DNA evidence found at the scene. Genetic testing has come such a long way since 1975 and both of them assuredly realize this. Thus, if they were involved in this crime, they might want to give reasons for their DNA appearing on her clothing. I don't know if testing on old clothing can be done, but why then admit to lying the first go-round? Only if they had something to hide, would there be a need to regroup and explain. Perhaps they are concerned that in dragging her under the tree, oil from their fingers or prints might be on the pants of her jeans. Why tell about masturbating in the tree under which she was found? Because they are afraid semen will show up on tests now available. Throwing 'something' at some unseen evil at night? C'mon Michael, get real, what did you leave at the scene that you are afraid detectives found, linking you to the crime? Don't get your hopes up about these fellows confessing - there are only two possible outcomes when a person does wrong to another. The first is to ask for forgiveness. The time for this has long passed. The second is the trespasser begins to revile the person he has offended, actually hating the one he has hurt. Hardened criminals show this behavior by often saying things like, "They deserved it!" thus absolving themselves for their cowardly acts. Chances are neither of these men will ever admit their act of cowardice - they are poor in spirit and spoiled by lack of love. I applaud the men and women who have not allowed Martha's memory to be swept under the rug. Dorthy and John, never give up - we are all in your corner, praying.
    Deborah deRosa
    Windermere, FL US - Monday, February 15, 1999 @ 01:33:55 EST

  38. Alan P. Strom
    Richardson, TX US - Sunday, February 14, 1999 @ 00:31:43 EST
  39. I read Mark Fuhrman's book last summer, and I've been fascinated by the case. Being 14 years old, what happened to Martha scares me very much. I believe that Michael Skakel was the killer and I hope Martha's murder is brought to justice.
    US - Friday, February 12, 1999 @ 13:08:20 EST
  40. When I read that M.S. changed his story to say tht he had masturbated in a tree, I was not surprised he did not tell police about the event earlier because that would be incriminating. But there are shades of the JonBenet Ramsey case here, because Jameson (another webmaster) did report she thought a killer with a velvet glove, hanging out in a treehouse could have been watching in JonBenet's windows as well. Funny how all these murder cases intersect.
    US - Thursday, February 11, 1999 @ 22:46:21 EST
  41. Martha Moxley was such a strong-looking woman, I'd say it was someone at the party who enjoyed wearing women's clothing long before the murder.
    Don't shoot me, I'm only the profiler. I'd also say that the unsub's mother was very possessive and dominating. BTW, I'm seldom very off when it comes to the strong female victim.

    Eric Vaughn
    Toronto,ONT., Ontario Canada - Thursday, February 11, 1999 @ 01:15:31 EST
  42. I think Mark did a wonderful job writing the book about your daughter. My heart goes out to you. It is amazing how someone could get away with comitting a crime like that. It is true, Money talks and laws are broken. My prayers are with you.
    Dawn Jimeson
    Bloomington, IN US - Wednesday, February 10, 1999 @ 23:55:54 EST
  43. It was in the middle of December when I noticed that
    my mom had purchased Fuhrman's book. For some strange reason
    I remembered Martha Moxley from watching Unsolved Mysteries
    years ago. I read the book during my Christmas vacation.
    I just got connected to the internet atthe beginning of January.
    As I was browsing an unsolved homicide web site I decided to
    exit and type in moxley through a search engine, I was shocked
    to find this web site! I love it!
    I sincerely hope that this case gets a happy ending after
    this many years. Even if nothing comes out of this, I firmly
    believe that the killer(s) will have to answer to a higher
    power one day.
    May Martha Moxley and her family find peace, amen!

    Jamie Ernspiker
    Crestwood, KY US - Wednesday, February 10, 1999 @ 00:25:37 EST
  44. I wish there would be a conclusion to this sad story for the Moxley family.Our prayers and love go out to you Dorothy and David. Love Andy and Carmel McGrath
    Andrew Hascall McGrath
    martinez, ca US - Monday, February 08, 1999 @ 22:33:20 EST
  45. i just read mark furman new book. what is taking the state of connetict so long .they are a embrassment to the people i of there state.now is the time to end this pain for martha and her family . kennedy or not its now time to proscecute michael skakel.mrs moxley may your daughter rest in peace .
    mary thompson
    bear, de US - Monday, February 08, 1999 @ 13:36:30 EST
  46. i just read mark furman new book. what is taking the state of connetict so long .they are a embrassment to the people i of there state.now is the time to end this pain for martha and her family . kennedy or not its now time to proscecute michael skakel.mrs moxley may your daughter rest in peace .
    mary thompson
    bear, de US - Monday, February 08, 1999 @ 13:36:06 EST
  47. I spent yesterday reading Martha's story, as told by Mark Fuhrman. I was sick by the end of the day. I will pray that poor Mrs. Moxley will see some resolve in her lifetime, unlike her husband. No parent should ever have to spend their life in unnecessary pain. Too bad there wasn't a real police department there in town.
    Chelle` Scott-Knudsen
    Vancouver, WA US - Monday, February 01, 1999 @ 19:46:54 EST
  48. My heart goes out to the Moxley family for the horrible pain and suffering that they have endured for such a long time. I recently saw Dorothy Moxley on the Montel Williams Show. I stand in admiration of Mrs. Moxley's determination to seek justice for her daughter.

    I've noticed that Mr. Williams has often had world-renown psychic Sylvia Browne as a guest on his show. She has solved many missing persons cases, etc. and was wondering if the Moxley family had ever considred working with Ms. Browne with the help of The Montel Williams Show.

    In any event, best of luck to the Moxley family.

    Jersey City, NJ US - Monday, February 01, 1999 @ 17:43:35 EST
  49. I first got interested in the case because I'm a big fan of true crime. I'm also a native Mainer and knew of the Joe Ricci connection. After just finishing the Murder in Greenwich book by Mark Fuhrman I wanted to see if there were any developments on the case. I was happy to see there was a full web site devoted to this tragedy. After reading the book and the updates on the case I think it's fairly obvious there has been an intentional coverup from the police department, friends and family, neighbors, almost anyone involved in the case. My heart goes out to the Moxley's. How frustrating it must be to know that Martha's killer has walked free for the last 23 years. It's obvious this person was even willing to let an innocent (Ken Littleton) man go to prison for his crime. I agree with Mark Fuhrman that the killer is probably Michael Skakel. I believe he was jealous of Martha's attention to Thomas and decided to teach her a lesson. Whether he set out to kill her or not. The deed is done and he needs to pay for his crime. I pray that this case comes to an end for the Moxleys and that justice doesn't have a price on it's head as we all witnessed in the O.J. atrocity.

    Mary D.

    Houston, TX US - Monday, February 01, 1999 @ 17:40:41 EST
  50. Dear Ms. Moxley:

    Hello how are you doing? I just finished reading your daughters story.

    Well the reason I am writing to you because while I was in Whindham this weekend I met a friend of your sons. His name is Steve.

    I have thought about you and your family since the first day I heard the story. I pray for you and your family everyday. I hope one day that this crime will be solved so that you and your family will be happy.

    I think about Martha a lot even thought I did not know her and I was only four when this hapend.

    I wonder why these boys have gotten to enjoy their lives while they have robbed someone of there life at such a young age.

    I know they will get caught. My prayers go out to you now and always.


    Staci Reed

    Staci Heather Reed
    New York, NY US - Sunday, January 31, 1999 @ 12:50:14 EST
  51. To the Moxley Family,

    I too was a 15 year old girl in 1975. I remember Martha's death like it was yesterday. We were all terrified that Halloween night. I cannot believe after all these years that this murder is still unsolved. Back in 1975, young girls always came back home after an evening out. Not like today. We can no longer trust our children out to play in their front yards. My deepest condolences are with your family. The two Skakel men have not had an easy time of it. If only one or both would confess they might finally find the peace they have been searching for, for the past 23 years. I agree with several other guests, that their Judgement Day will come.

    Cynthia Sproul
    oakdale, ny US - Sunday, January 31, 1999 @ 08:33:24 EST

  52. Cynthia Sproul
    US - Sunday, January 31, 1999 @ 08:24:02 EST
  53. my sympathy is extended to the Moxley family I hope and pray
    justice will be done

    david sheppard
    chatham, nj US - Saturday, January 30, 1999 @ 15:21:21 EST

  54. Eileen Perrenoud
    Sandy, UT USA - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 @ 18:04:58 EST
  55. Get those rich boys in court!!!

    Eileen Perrenoud
    Sandy, UT US - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 @ 18:02:16 EST
  56. The thing that struck me immediately while
    reading "Greentown" was the fact that Michael Skakel
    had been known to kill small animals with a golf club.
    That was so disturbing that I suspected him, rather than his
    brother, Tim.

    Mrs. Moxley heard young mens' voices outside her window at
    10pm. Is it possible that Michael and Jim Terrien didn't go
    to Sursum Corda afterall? Could a group of young men gotten
    out of hand?

    I hope that 1999 will bring a resolution to this terrible
    crime. This website is great.

    My very best wishes to the Moxley family.

    laurel thrasher
    gettysburg, pa US - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 @ 12:09:27 EST
  57. Thanks again for this great site. I check it all the time for the latest stories. I've followed this case since the beginning, and firmly believe that one or both of the Skakels was involved. This is why I thought it strange that your recent poll included Ken Littleton and Jim Terrien as possible choices. I think it's obvious that Littleton wasn't involved; they just gave him immunity! And I've never read anything in any article nor in either of the books that suggests Terrien had anything to do with it. Am I missing something? Are these guys suspects? If not, I think it's more than a little unfair to implicate them. Sorry if I sound like sour grapes. Keep up the great work.
    Larchmont, NY US - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 @ 10:40:49 EST
  58. Would hope that justice will be done in the murders
    lifetime, if not god will surley grant the Moxleye's
    feverent wish.

    Ron Thomas
    Larned, Ks US - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 @ 00:56:50 EST
  59. Our family's prayers will be with Martha and her family.Don't give up hope,as my cousin was murdered the same way with horrible frenzy and no one could believe that someone could not come forward to help solve this sad tragedy,but they didn't. New prossessing of the old evidence led to a re-interrigation of the "people-ie. friends" led to the apprehension of the murderer. He was a person of violence,even to this day. The thought that he will never again harm an innocent person has relieved our family of so much heartache. I have four daughters and the thought of someone in the act of senseless,selfish lust harming them would be something I could not have lived through with the grace and dignity Mrs.Moxley has shown. Please ,will the Skakal's come forward and help this wounded and wonderful family achieve some peace and some small rest from the never ending pain of their loss. As a practicing Roman Catholic I challenge any of the people that were with either Martha,or the Skakal brothers that night to come forward and help,or do not go any more to Holy Communion with a Mortal sin on your soul.If you have to stay away from the Sacraments then surely even the Kennedy's and Skakal's will feel the desolation that Martha's family feels and will feel until someone ,that was truly Martha's friend cares enough to tell the truth. With this thought-Martha's death has touched all of our hearts-people that never knew her-we will not rest until her murderer is brought to justice. I ,brokenheartedly waited for 23 years for my cousin's murderer to be found-calling the homicide detectives every month-not letting Jerry be forgotten-reading true-crime books-forensic pathology books-to try to find something overlooked,or new method to prosess the existing evidence and it happened!!!! This will happen for Martha and her loving family-Please God.
    Frances Devlin Dawson
    Rome, Ga US - Monday, January 25, 1999 @ 23:19:06 EST
  60. Martha - may you rest in peace
    Erica Mugavero
    Wallingford, CT US - Monday, January 25, 1999 @ 19:30:05 EST
  61. May MICHAEL SKAKEL & his accomplice someday feel the deep deep
    pain that Dorothy Moxley feels everyday. Michael your day will
    come if not on this earth than it will be beyond.

    NY, NY US - Monday, January 25, 1999 @ 14:53:28 EST
  62. I enjoyed the books and the site.
    John Phillips
    Los Agesles, CA US - Sunday, January 24, 1999 @ 14:57:39 EST
  63. I am currently in the process of beginning a case analysis
    of the Martha Moxley Murder for a criminal justice class
    that I am taking. I am looking at each detail in depth and
    am doing as much cross referencing of information and statistical
    evidence that I can possibly get my hands on...I am convinced
    that the amount of money you have and a closely associated
    family name came be used in the prejudice of justice being served.

    Kaye Fryery-Lyytinen
    Norfolk, VA US - Sunday, January 24, 1999 @ 13:56:32 EST
  64. I just read "Who Killed Martha Moxley" by Mark Fuhrman and that made me want to learn even more about this case what happened to this girl is horrific and i give the Moxleys my total respect in the way they delt with the murder and everything that went along with it.Hopefully soon we will be able to locate the killer and finally bring justice to this family that lost a very special person.One day we'll find her killer i promise even if i help only a little i want this man or woman to be caught and prosecuted.Martha didn't deserve to die at such a young age and i hope also that her memory lives on to remind us all of what cruel and evil people there are in the world.Maybe Martha will finally be able to rest in peace when the killer is caught
    Alisha Cellana
    North Adams, Ma US - Thursday, January 21, 1999 @ 19:45:11 EST
  65. Great Site. I've read Murder in Greenwich and Greentown. Mark--You are an excellent writer! My hope is that soon we won't be asking "Who"? And that this site can be devoted to Martha's memory rather than murder. It is time for the secrets to be told. I dare any Kennedy with information to be a man (or woman) and speak with the authorities. God Bless John and Dorothy and may Martha and her Father someday rest in peace.
    Leslie Conn
    Atco, NJ US - Monday, January 18, 1999 @ 23:44:32 EST
  66. To the Moxleys:

    Your dignity in the face of such adversity and dedication to your task are an inspiration. I pray that world attention will finally result in a trial. I've followed the case ever since reading Dominick Dunne's original piece in Vanity Fair. It is encouraging to see today's development on the subpoena for the detective. It is wonderful to read the tributes in this space to Martha and her family from people who knew her and knew them. Even though I have only seen Martha's picture, she is not only a picture on a page. Martha has always been a very real person to me- her brightness, vitality and joy of living come across clearly to those of us who didn't know her.

    Keep up the great work with this site. It is very impressive. I look forward to reading future developments.

    Trowby Brockman
    Barrington, IL US - Monday, January 18, 1999 @ 19:39:43 EST
  67. I hope the Skakels will come forward with the truth. How can they live with themselves? Furthermore, why haven't any of their more "upstanding" cousins come forward with the truth. No doubt the entire Kennedy clan knows that either Michael (my guess) or Thomas Skakel committed this horrendous act of violence on an innocent girl. The Skakels and the Kennedys should be ashamed of themselves for living as if no one was murdered. What if it were one of their daughters? I hope justice prevails and the Skakels get what they deserve——whether it be through the US Justice system or by living the rest of their days in hell with their own guilty conscience.
    Lisa M
    Boston, MA US - Monday, January 18, 1999 @ 13:20:18 EST
  68. My thoughts and prayers have been with Dorthy Moxley for so long - ever since the dreadful news broke about Martha back in October 1975. She was a beautiful girl. I pray the case will be solved very soon - 24 years is just too long for justice to be denied.
    Best wishes to Mrs. Moxley.

    Betsy Rich, Stamford, CT
    My best wishes to Mrs. Moxley

    Betsy Rich
    Stamford, CT US - Sunday, January 17, 1999 @ 23:47:50 EST
  69. I just finished reading Mark Fuhrman's book and am so sorry about Martha...I too believe that the evidence points to Michael. I hope the grand jury soon comes to a conclusion so that you and John can have some sort of closure. God bless both of you.

    lorey gunn
    san diego, ca US - Sunday, January 17, 1999 @ 22:00:15 EST
  70. Although I have only recently began to research Martha's murder
    I cannot express how sincerely disturbed and affected I have
    become by it. My sincere sympathy goes out to Martha's family,
    and my utter cynicism to the greenwich police department which
    has proved that old money is more important than the truth.

    K Arnone
    NY US - Friday, January 15, 1999 @ 16:12:14 EST
  71. I met Martha only once. I played tennis with her at the Baliwick Club in Greenwich, she was the guest of my best freind at the time Peter Thoren. She was a beautiful girl. When we heard of the murder no one could believe it. When we heard of the golf club from the Skalels we were sure they would find the murderer. Its a crime this man roams free. My sister dated her brother John, who was also a great guy. My sympathies to the family.

    Michae E. Nelson
    Greenwich , Ct US - Friday, January 15, 1999 @ 14:19:43 EST
  72. I just finished reading "Murder in Greenwich". It is a very well written book. I thought I would look on the internet to see what I could find out about the hearing that is going on and found this site. Thank you for this. I hope and pray that they get what they deserve after all these years!! My thoughts and prays are with the Moxley Family!! Thank you again for keeping Martha's memory and case alive!!
    Lisa Sisk
    Dawson Springs, KY US - Friday, January 15, 1999 @ 10:35:21 EST
  73. My best wishes to Dorthy, John and all of Martha's friends. Congratulations to those who use their professional skills and personal efforts to help solve this crime. As a life long resident of America's wealthiest and toniest community, I am proud to see justice still pursued in this case.

    Frank Quinn
    GHS class of '78

    Frank Quinn
    Greenwich, CT US - Thursday, January 14, 1999 @ 13:52:42 EST
  74. I grew up in Greenwich, and am now attending school in Arizona. I was very pleased to find this website, as I followed the case very closely in the local newspaper back home, and because of this website will now be able to keep up to date no matter where I am--thank you very much!
    I would like to give my warmest regards to the Moxley family, especially Mrs. Moxley, who I admire greatly and look up to for all of her courage and determination. I have the upmost respect for Mrs. Moxley, and her son, and stand behind you all the way! I pray everyday that justice will prevail and the murder will be solved soon. It is just a shame that it has taken this long, and that so many barriers are allowed to be put out in front to keep the real truth from coming out.

    Scott Matula
    Litchfield Park, AZ US - Thursday, January 14, 1999 @ 13:18:59 EST
  75. I ran across this mystery several months ago, browsing the internet. I hope and pray for closure for this family. As a mother of three living childen I can only imagine the pain they have had for all those years.
    Carolyn Beane
    Lenoir, NC US - Monday, January 11, 1999 @ 21:56:45 EST
  76. I saw Mrs. Moxley on Montel today and became immmediately intrigued with the story of her daughters death. I have since been searching the internet for information and came across this very well maintained and informative site. As a mother my heart goes out to Mrs. Moxley and pray that the horrendous person who committed this crime is apprehended and punished for this crime. It is hard to beleive that someone could commit this horrific crime and then go on living their life as if it never happen. I hope they find the beast that committed this crime.
    Geryl Vitagliano
    New York, NY US - Monday, January 11, 1999 @ 21:08:18 EST
  77. I have just finished watching Dorothy & John (Steve & Timothy) on the Montel Williams show! Congratulations on (yet again), going in front of the camera to keep the injustice of Martha's unsolved murder fresh in the minds of the public. The pressure on the suspect(s) family must be getting intolerable! I have a feeling 1999 is going to be a good year for the Moxley's! I used to feel like no one was ever going to have to take responsibility for taking Martha from us...but now, I sense that the truth will be known to us all, and maybe Dorothy, John & all the rest of their family & freinds who have worked so hard, and for so long to see justice done, can feel confident that Martha is truely resting in peace. I look forward to reading about the next step in the Grand Jury Investigation. Tick-tock, I think Martha's killer(s) "free" time is finally running out! My love to Dorothy & John.

    K. Allen
    Mtn. View, CA US - Monday, January 11, 1999 @ 20:50:21 EST
  78. I am a junior in high school, and I am doing a research project on an american injustice. I heard about the Moxley case on the news and looked into it. My paper is based on the theory that there was an injustice in the investigation, because the police were so inexperienced and had so little training. I also just finished Fuhrman's book, and have found about 20 articles in the New York Times from the 1970's which have helped me. Keep up the great work on this site, and I hope Martha's killer is arrested very soon.
    MA US - Monday, January 11, 1999 @ 20:03:50 EST
  79. I have watched Mrs. Moxley on television for the past two years. I had a good friend whos
    death will never be solved. I have seen the pain that goes on within a family when they can't attain closure or see justive
    served. My thoughts and prayers are with the Moxley family.

    Karen Schooler
    Ewing, VA US - Monday, January 11, 1999 @ 19:29:17 EST
  80. I remember when this all happened and from the start the rumors flew that it was one of the Skakel boys. It's amazing to me that those "rumors" where disregarded by those in authority. As everyone knows rumors most often are based on facts. I remember Martha's funeral and just how many people came to say their goodbyes. Tommy - keep up the good work in keeping us all informed. Mrs. Moxley and John - may God give you peace of mind soon.

    Laura DiBella (formerly DiSapio)
    Greenwich, CT US - Monday, January 11, 1999 @ 16:48:59 EST
  81. Hello! I just finished reading Mark Fuhrman's excellent book about your daughter's death! I just want to say how sorry I am that this happened and how angry I am at the Skakels for not cooperating. I think it is safe to say that either or both Michael and Thomas Skakel killed Martha, and tht they need to pay for what either or both of them did.
    Lisa Rubeling
    Baltimore, MMmd US - Monday, January 11, 1999 @ 14:16:42 EST
  82. I am reading Mark Furhmans book. I was glad to find this sight on the internet...it will keep me updated on this case. My heart goes out to the Moxley family. I hope in the near future they will finally see justice. Thank you Mark Furhman for an excellant book. I plan to read the other books pertaining to this case. I will be visiting this site for new updates and hopefully a guilty verdict of Thomas and/or Michael Skakel.
    B. Robbins
    PA US - Sunday, January 10, 1999 @ 21:58:59 EST
  83. Praying that Justice will be Served at last !
    Dawn Mohney
    US - Saturday, January 09, 1999 @ 19:13:24 EST
  84. First of all, God Bless Martha and Her Family.

    Second of all, this is an excellent and important website. You are doing good work. Could you help with some history on Martha and her family, previous to their move to Greenwich. I was around Northern California and Lake Tahoe around the same time they were, especially the Homewood Area of West Lake Tahoe, and Martha has always looked familiar to me. I chalked it up to the news story, until I learned recently from Mark Furhman's excellent book that they had lived in No. California. Can you help?

    Thank you!


    Michael Sturges

    Michael Sturges
    Charlottesville, VA US - Saturday, January 09, 1999 @ 17:23:09 EST

  85. Michael Sturges
    Charlottesville, VA US - Saturday, January 09, 1999 @ 17:16:56 EST
  86. This is a very informative web site. I became
    interested in the case last summer while reading Fuhrman's
    book. I've been following the news ever since whenever
    I can find it. It would be really great to see Michael
    convicted after all these years!!!

    Gilbert Kaat
    Lansing, MI US - Saturday, January 09, 1999 @ 02:34:02 EST

  87. Todd & Stephanie McDonald
    Burnsville, MN US - Friday, January 08, 1999 @ 15:50:51 EST
  88. Great job keeping information up to date. I can't wait to watch the Moxleys on Montell William's show on Jan 11.
    Amy Amesey
    Huntington, ct US - Friday, January 08, 1999 @ 11:12:23 EST

  89. I first heard about this case in the summer of '98 from a televison report. I then read the book by Mark Furhman and "A Season in Purgatory" and just recently "Greentown". I wasn't even born until 4 years after the murder but it has kept my interest the past few months. I hope it gets solved soon.

    Suzanne Pearce
    Bristol, In US - Wednesday, January 06, 1999 @ 22:50:56 EST
  90. I am very sorry for the Moxley family, and of course for the unnecessary loss of Martha Moxley. In 1975 I graduated from Greenwich High, and went off to college in that fall. Of course I was shocked to hear of this tragic incident in my town. I did not know Martha, but did know some of her friends, as well as several of the police officers involved in the initial investigation. My brother Tom has business dealings in NY with John, and I often think of the Moxley family, and how difficult this must be for them. My most sincere wishes go to Mrs. Moxley for a conclusion to this 24 year old nightmare. Most sincerely, J.D. McAulay

    J.D. McAulay
    Southbury, CT US - Wednesday, January 06, 1999 @ 20:23:51 EST
  91. I've just read both "Greentown" and "A Murder In Greenwich."
    Both are excellent and, I believe, make a pretty clear case
    all these years later.

    I always believed Michael is the guilty person, even then
    when he wasn't considered a suspect. I can only hope, for
    John and Dorothy's sake, that this will come to conclusion

    Patrick De Blasi
    New Canaan, CT US - Monday, January 04, 1999 @ 16:17:00 EST
  92. Very interesting site, I too have followed this story,
    and I hope the truth will come out soon. It's one of
    the stories about our town that creates negative PR,
    and it's about time we out it to bed !

    Russ Bowman
    Greenwich, CT US - Sunday, January 03, 1999 @ 10:57:31 EST
  93. I just finished reading "Greentown" by Timothy Dumas, it was a terrefic book. The story had me thinking about the case and the victom Martha and her family for days. I sure hope the killer or killers will one day face justice and be punished for this horrible crime.
    PA US - Saturday, January 02, 1999 @ 21:12:49 EST
  94. I hope that you are able to bring the killer of your child to justice.
    Carl Hare
    Memphis, TN US - Friday, January 01, 1999 @ 11:51:50 EST