1 Nov 2002 - 31 Dec 2002


  1. First of all I would like to say that Dorothy Moxely is one of the strongest people I have ever seen. She represents strength and courage to it's highest.

    I would also like to know how I can write to Mark Fuhrman, I need the same type of help and I think he is the only one who can help me..

    Carye Morris
    Las Vegas, NV US
    Tuesday, December 31, 2002 @ 15:04:35 EST
  2. Dear Moxley Family I just wanted to say that its about time that the person responible for the cruel act to finaly get caught!
    And because of what he took from your family !
    I just hope that he get what he deserves !

    Derrick
    Spokane, WA US
    Tuesday, December 31, 2002 @ 06:00:21 EST
  3. To think that someone can get away with murder for so long is not only absurd, but ridiculous. Mrs. Moxley, I am so sorry that all of this unnecessary tragedy struck your life on Halloween of 1975.
    Andrew
    MD US
    Monday, December 30, 2002 @ 15:47:47 EST
  4. Dear Martha's family,
    My name is Brandi, and i am 17 years old.
    ifound out what happened to your daughter when i watched the movie on her murder, a few months back.
    im sorry, theres just somthing I dont understand, why would any one ever want to hurt some one that young, that innocent.
    to know that she was only fifteen and walking home from the neighbors house, what kind of sick world do we live in?
    I thank god that michael scacle was sentenced!!
    There is nothing here that i can say that will bring back your daughter, but i will tell you this, your daughter is in fact in HEAVEN know, and is looking down and smiling at you this very moment!! you have a very beautiful daughter
    I have a feeling she would grown up to be some one great!!

    brandi
    Roach, mo US
    Sunday, December 29, 2002 @ 23:21:06 EST
  5. I was 10 years old when your daughter and your sister was BRUTALLY murdered.I'm now 37 years old. As I've spent the last 27 years living my life you have spent the same years grieving something that I can't even begin to imagine. I hope now Martha will Rest In Peace. Please know that your daughter and sister is Loved and will be remembered by people like me who never even knew her.
    Ken Sigman
    Mesquite, TX US
    Friday, December 27, 2002 @ 10:19:43 EST
  6. I saw the movie on TV about Martha, and got really into it. I'm 16 years old and to know something like that in such a "safe" neighborhood happened, is disturbing. So, for Christmas, I got two of the books on Martha, the one by Mark Fuhrman and Thomas Dumas (I believe that's his name) and it's sick that a kid, reguardless if he wasn't in that state of mind or not, could do that to someone. I feel for the Moxley's, not just because they lost their daughter at such a young age, but because of the way they lost her. Honestly, I came on here to sign the guestbook and say Merry Christmas to the Moxley's. I hope Micheal gets what he deserves because to me, 20 years to life isn't enough.
    Cierra
    VA US
    Thursday, December 26, 2002 @ 21:16:53 EST
  7. I just saw the Unsolved Mystery's episdode of the Matha Moxley case i can not believe the idiots who ran the case had it run on for 25 years it makes me sick to think that he got to live his life for that long without a consequence...He got less then what he deserved for such a crime he commited for no reason.. she had no reason to die, such a beautiful girl, lost over something so stupid..
    Katherine
    mesa, az US
    Monday, December 23, 2002 @ 16:27:32 EST
  8. I know the heart ache. My sister vanished 9 years ago November 14, 1993. We still have not found her, but we know the police and others that have taken part in her disappearance. This type of grief cannot be explained, just felt. When a system that is suppose to be for you works against you - words cannot explain. The Indiana State Police will one day be brought to Justice!! My heart goes out to your family. May God be with you all!
    Darlene Pitts
    Indpls, IN US
    Monday, December 23, 2002 @ 09:09:48 EST
  9. what a waste ...
    nikko
    berlin, germany
    Saturday, December 21, 2002 @ 04:27:06 EST
  10. As Christmas approaches I can't help but think of the loss the Moxley family will once again feel this holiday season. Dorthy, your daughter was and always will be beautiful, and it is a shame she was only able to share her beauty with the world for 15 years. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you Martha. May you finally rest in peace.
    Tricia Fitzgerald
    Chicago, IL US
    Wednesday, December 18, 2002 @ 21:10:06 EST
  11. DEAR MOXLEY FAMILY. I WAS LOOKING OVER THIS WEB SITE AND I HAVE TO ADMIT THAT MARTHA WAS A BEAUTIFUL YOUNG WOMAN. I KNOW HOW YOUR HEART MUST FEEL WHEN A LOVED ON IS RIPPED FROM YOUR MIST.MY EX-BOYFRIEND YET BEST FRIEND WAS MURDERED ON 8/9/01 AND I DON'T THINK THAT I WILL EVER GET OVER HIS DEATH. BUT FINALLY YOU HAVE JUSTICE FOR MARTHA IT WILL NOT BE TOTAL COMFORT TO SUCH A DEVASTATING LOST BUT I'M SURE IT GIVES YOU COMFORT TO KNOW THEIR WAS JUSTICE FOR MARTHA.
    FELICIA SOLOMON

    FELICIA SOLOMON
    MIAMI, FL US
    Wednesday, December 18, 2002 @ 05:15:28 EST
  12. Dear Dorthy:
    I am so very sorry for what your family has been through,but atleast you can resy knowing that you've had justice done for Martha.as of now i'm reading the book and i've already seen the movie (interesting)and i send to you and your family sympathy.

    REST IN PEACE MARTHA

    Alma patterson
    Utica, ny US
    Monday, December 16, 2002 @ 19:58:21 EST
  13. I never met Martha, But I read about Her andI have seen the movie. I think She was a lovely girl Who was hoping for a long and happy life. But it was cut short because of one idiot,s lust and jealousy. I think Skakle should die for this crime ,He should get what He gave Her, but since He isn,t I hope Martha haunts His thoughts for the rest of His life.. God bless Martha and Her family may Martha rest in peace forever now! Sweet dreams Martha.. You will not be forgotten!!
    Tim McCarter
    Vincennes, In US
    Sunday, December 15, 2002 @ 16:14:52 EST
  14. Hey. i didnt know Martha. but i seen the Movie "Murder In Greenwich" i thought to myself after i seen the movie "how could someone do that to a girl?" There was a murder down the road from my house not that long ago. The murder has not been found. My town is a place where you wouldnt think anything could happen like that. But it can. Im am glad that they have found the killer who murdered Martha
    Jessica
    NY US
    Sunday, December 15, 2002 @ 14:55:12 EST
  15. It's about time they caught him. A political connection might be enough to scare away a cop or two, but eventually your actions will catch up with you. They always do.
    Tristan Robert Brown
    Iowa City, IA US
    Sunday, December 15, 2002 @ 02:23:52 EST
  16. IWAS ABOUT TOO CRIE WHEN I SAW REAL PHOTOS OF
    THE REAL MARTHA SHE WAS A BEAUTIFUL GIRL I FEEL
    VERY SAD WHAT HAPPENED TO MARTHA IM SO GLAD
    THEY GOT MICHEL SKAKAL
    SINCERLEY
    YOUR TRUE FREIND BRETT PELFREY

    BRETT PELFREY
    saltlick, KY US
    Saturday, December 14, 2002 @ 20:08:46 EST
  17. I'm sooo sorry to hear what happened. One night i saw 'Murder in Greenwich' and i couldn't believe it. I went out to read the book. It's amazing what our world is coming too. A 15 year old girl was murdered, it takes about 25 years to resolve, and the murderer only gets 20 years in jail!!! he sould have gotten life in prison! I believe everyone deserves life, and i feel pain when someone so young gets that taken away. I'm only 16, and i try so hard in everything b/c i think someday i will become something. I believe that Martha would be one of those people, finding a cure for aids/ first women on mars....I give my deepest sorrows for the Moxley family!
    Cheryn Clark
    Newark, De US
    Saturday, December 14, 2002 @ 17:56:08 EST
  18. TO THE MOXLEY IM SORRY THIS HAPPEN TO YOU.NOW IM READNG THE BOOK AND I SEEN THE MOVIE.GOD BLESS. I LOVE YOU.
    CARLINA SPEAD
    YULEE, FLA US
    Friday, December 13, 2002 @ 12:21:13 EST
  19. I am finnaly glad he is in Jail but he still shows no remorce and should spend the rest of his life in jail.
    Harry B. Scheeler, Jr
    Mays Landing , NJ US
    Wednesday, December 11, 2002 @ 22:53:35 EST
  20. i am 15 years of age and this is the first time it occured 2 me how serieous death is im glad for the moxley family getting justice rest in peace martha
    Ashley Robison
    More, Oklahoma US
    Tuesday, December 10, 2002 @ 06:11:02 EST
  21. I have already written a small paragraph about a month ago, but i just wanted to say this is an excellant and extremly informative site. Martha's family and friends are still in my prayers.
    God Bless,
    Cheryl

    Cheryl
    Indianapolis, IN US
    Monday, December 09, 2002 @ 22:24:24 EST
  22. Dorothy and John,
    I am so sorry for what micheal has done to your family, but i am so HAPPY that he got what he deserved!!! Martha and her dad are in a much better place.RIP i will be praying for you. GOD BLESS!!!!!
    LISA

    Lisa Cooper
    Otsego, MI US
    Sunday, December 08, 2002 @ 11:13:10 EST
  23. My sympathy to the Moxley Family. Both the Skakel's and Kennedy's have to live with the fact that Michael has murdered another human human being. Now that justice has been served, We can all rest in peace.

    We shall never forget Martha.

    Hunter

    Hunter Jones
    Jackson, MS US
    Sunday, December 08, 2002 @ 00:43:11 EST
  24. All the best to Martha's family. You will be in my prayers.


    Lindsey

    Lindsey
    NH US
    Sunday, December 08, 2002 @ 00:11:40 EST
  25. I was the same age as Martha when she was murdered. I thought the made for t.v. movie was excellent. (A murder in Grenwich) It is such a pity she is gone. She would be 42 today.
    God be with her family.

    suzanne perez
    tampa, fl US
    Friday, December 06, 2002 @ 21:12:54 EST
  26. I recently seen the movie on Martha Moxley and I want to say, I am glad to see him get what he deserved. Your daughter was and still is beautiful and I hope now Mr. and Mrs. Moxley you two can rest in peace. God Bless! She will forever be in my heart.
    E'Kena Teague-Cranford
    Ferndale, MI US
    Wednesday, December 04, 2002 @ 18:50:34 EST
  27. Dorothy and John,

    I think you two are GREAT! I'm glad that you stood up to everyone telling you to drop the case. It just shows what nice and decent people you are versus what snakes the Skakels are. Michael's tears were more fake than his personality at the sentencing. You're right, it was Martha's day!

    Have a wonderful holiday season,
    Kelly

    Kelly
    New York, NY US
    Tuesday, December 03, 2002 @ 16:29:45 EST
  28. I hope that Dorothy Moxley and her father are now living in peace, not wondering who killed their beautiful daughter Martha. I can just imagine the dreams and thoughts going through the Moxley's heads after the death of their daughter. I also just wanted to say the Dorothy has to be the sweetest person I ever seen. MARTHA MOXLEY, you were a gorgeous 15 year old that didnt know what was coming to her, but i hope that you are now in heaven looking over your fellow friends and family. Rest in peace, only the good die young.XOXOXO
    Erica Schwartz
    Hewlett, ny US
    Sunday, December 01, 2002 @ 10:47:47 EST
  29. i have deep grief for the moxley family
    ashley
    US
    Friday, November 29, 2002 @ 23:11:32 EST
  30. I was also a resident at Elan, where Michael attended school and spoke about the murder. I was there at the time he was, but I have been through the same types of groups, which often lead to an honest outpouring of guilt. It's because of these experiences their isn't a doubt in my mind that he was guilty. Those students, which they tried to make look so bad, if sure - were being nothing more than honest about what he said to them. God Bless
    Adam Moore
    US
    Friday, November 29, 2002 @ 22:47:41 EST
  31. First off I would like to let the family of Martha know that my heart goes out to them. As for Michael Skakel, He got what he deserved, but he should of got more. I just got done reading " Murder In Greenwich " for the second time. Mark Furhman is an excellent author and dectective. I am going to watch the movie this weekend.
    Sara Shepherd
    West Jordan , UT US
    Thursday, November 28, 2002 @ 14:39:42 EST
  32. I am glad that Martha and her family finally got Justice.
    Paul Mehr
    Milltown, NJ US
    Wednesday, November 27, 2002 @ 17:39:07 EST
  33. i would like to say i'm sorry for your lose i never knew any of you although i've heard of her story ever sence i've been little i just saw the movie like Fri i only saw the middle & the end the part of the movie that made me think was when she said something about "wakeing up" well she must have been a beatiful & sweet girl i'm sure you miss her 24-7 but there is nothing i can do to bring her back to you if i could i would that is not fair that he got to walk care free and your daughter had to die well i'll keep praying for the closer you need well my love thoughts and prayers are with you
    Kelly Lockear
    Laurinburg, NC US
    Tuesday, November 26, 2002 @ 23:28:52 EST
  34. i just watched murder in grenwich for the 4th time. i can't remember watching a movie that just ripped at your heart like this one did. i just hope martha knows how much she has touched so many. it would be great if someone could write a song about her life and her untimely death. i pray she can rest in peace now that her killer is where he belongs.
    dalton younger
    phoenix, az US
    Tuesday, November 26, 2002 @ 23:04:06 EST
  35. JUST SAW THE MOVIE"MURDER IN GREENICH" & READ THE BOOK A COUPLE OF MONTHS AGO, WHAT A SHAME THIS HAD TO HAPPEN. I'M REALLY GLAD THIS HAS COME TO A END WITH THE CONVICTION & ALL. I WISH THE MOXLEY FAMILY A HAPPY THANKSGIVING & HAPPY HOLIDAYS IN THE YEARS TO COME. GOD BLESS
    KEVIN O'LEARY
    FLORISSANT, MO US
    Tuesday, November 26, 2002 @ 20:16:12 EST
  36. I really sorry for your great loss. Something still makes me confuse howcome it took too long solve the file. If I would be investigater, Skakel brothers would be on the top of the my list.
    I hope you and Martha feel much better now.

    ONUR TEMIZ
    ANKARA, TURKEY
    Tuesday, November 26, 2002 @ 15:38:57 EST
  37. I am glad they tried Michael Skakel as an adult. He should have confessed long ago and so he deserves at least 20 years and really life-- for taking a life. That was a brutal murder and robbed a family of their child and future. I am glad to see that there can be justice occasionally among the rich.
    Patricia Duron
    nipomo, ca US
    Tuesday, November 26, 2002 @ 13:02:47 EST
  38. Martha moxley was known to everyone as the young beautiful girl who never had a chance to fulfill her dreams. She's still remembered today by her friends and family. She is probably happy now knowing that her murder was put in justice. SHe's probably also happy kbnowing that she hasn't been forgotten because of the movie that was made for her and because of the book made for her. She's looking down on us each day from heaven smiling. Martha has inspired me in lots of ways and will continue inspiring me as the days go by. To martha the girl who will always survive. All my love is dicated to Martha and her Family.may you now rest in peace.
    sumer
    dearborn, mi US
    Tuesday, November 26, 2002 @ 11:41:00 EST
  39. Hi. My name is Patricia Barber. I recently saw the movie "Murder In Greenwich." It's about time that they caught Michael. I think he should have been caught years ago. All of the evidence was there to catch him. I dont understand how someone could do something like that to an innocent human being. I am very happy for Martha's family. I wish you all the best. Your daughter should have lived. She would have been a great person. The book and movie really made an impact on my life. I wish you the best. It can be put in the past now. Im truly sorry:(
    Patricia Barber
    Reedsville, OH US
    Tuesday, November 26, 2002 @ 11:29:21 EST
  40. martha moxley was known to everyone as the beautiful girl who never fulfilled her dreams. she will never be forgoten by her friends and family.she is still with us today.

    sumer
    US
    Tuesday, November 26, 2002 @ 11:19:18 EST
  41. I remember 1st hearing about this case in 1995. I was 15 years old and really didn't comprehend what had happened to Martha. I only heard the name "Kennedy" on the news and turned my head, as did eveyone else. I paid no attention to the name after that, I really listened to what the tragedy was and how horrible I felt for the Moxley's. What a senseless tragedy. Of course the movie jogged my thoughts and unfortunately gave me a clear picture of what really happened to Martha. My heart goes out to your family and she can finally rest for that horrible man has met justice!!
    Shari
    East Hanover, NJ US
    Monday, November 25, 2002 @ 23:57:25 EST
  42. Ironically "Murder in Greenwich" was on USA last night, the same day I was driving around that town. Living not so far away, it was a chilling feeling that not is all that it seems.
    M.S.
    CT US
    Monday, November 25, 2002 @ 19:37:33 EST
  43. I recently watched the movie "Murder In Greenwich and for some odd reason, I was captivated and emotional after it ended. I am 21 years old and a senior in College and it really got to me that Martha was never given that chance. From the picture that I saw, she was a beautiful girl and seemed to be everyone's favorite friend. My heart goes out to the Moxley family and I am glad that the man, whose name is not worth me saying, is serving his time. God bless
    Rachael Ward
    SC US
    Monday, November 25, 2002 @ 16:01:46 EST
  44. I recently watched the movie "Murder In Greenwich and for some odd reason, I was captivated and emotional after it ended. I am 21 years old and a senior in College and it really got to me that Martha was never given that chance. From the picture that I saw, she was a beautiful girl and seemed to be everyone's favorite friend. My heart goes out to the Moxley family and I am glad that the man, whose name is not worth me saying, is serving his time. God bless
    Rachael Ward
    sc US
    Monday, November 25, 2002 @ 16:01:06 EST
  45. I recently watched the movie "Murder In Greenwich and for some odd reason, I was captivated and emotional after it ended. I am 21 years old and a senior in College and it really got to me that Martha was never given that chance. From the picture that I saw, she was a beautiful girl and seemed to be everyone's favorite friend. My heart goes out to the Moxley family and I am glad that the man, whose name is not worth me saying, is serving his time. God bless
    Rachael Ward
    sc US
    Monday, November 25, 2002 @ 15:59:49 EST
  46. I first want to say that I have much sympathy for you and your family, I have 3 kids and i can't imagine the amount of pain I would feel if I were to lose any them. I have watched the movie "Murder in Greenwich" 3 or 4 times since it's premeire last week on USA Network, I was/am very deeply touched by it, even though I was not born untill 1978, three years after Martha's life was stolen, I wish I could meet her, I wish there was a way I could help her and be her friend. There is a new song by Kelly Rowland, titled "Stole", she speaks lyricly of how young people's lives are taken and we never get to see what they might have became, it makes me wonder what Martha would have become had she been given the chance at life she deserved. she would be 42 years old now 18,years my senior, yet I am saddened that I can never meet her, not on Earth anyways, I am glad that justice has finally been served, and that she can now rest in peace, 27 years, long years it took to bring this man to justice, not to mention he has yet to answer to God for taking an innocent girl's life. Rest In Peace, Martha; Your friend, Mike P.S. thank you for making this site available to us all.
    Mike P. Crawford
    Lincoln City, OR US
    Monday, November 25, 2002 @ 04:45:20 EST
  47. A couple of years ago i randomly did a search online of my name, Moxley.
    This is my first name however, and what should i come across, but a story that touched my heart.
    I will be 22 in 9 days, and if Martha were alive she would be 27. Yet on some level i feel this connection with her... Is it just over a name?
    A surname even, of a family in the USA that i had never even heard of?
    I honestly thought i was the only one of this earth with this name, yes it is my christian name, but.. hrmm... im not really sure what im trying to say.
    The movie, Murder in Greenwich wont be released here in New Zealand till next year, but you can garuantee i will be hunting out the book before then. Im very familiar with the case, have been following it on and off for a long time now.
    And i must send on my deepest sympathies and reguards to this family, the Moxley family, that i FEEL i have this odd connection with.
    I wish i had known Martha, as im sure alot of people do, but i have an inkling that i will encounter her at some stage on a different level of existance.
    I hope you all have found peace with the conviction of Martha's murderer, and that you can now feel that Martha is at Peace and will rest.
    Enjoy your lives, as she would have wanted you to, because as many of us know that have lost loved ones, She will always be in your heart.

    Moxley du Feu
    Christchurch, SI NZ
    Sunday, November 24, 2002 @ 23:57:48 EST
  48. I can't say I know how you feel, but I can say that I have recently turned 16 and just thinking and throughout the movie over Martha, I felt deeply touched by how someone whom didn't even know her, could feel so much for her. I know that if my parents ever lost me, they wouldn't know how to handle it. So my condolences on the loss of your beautiful daughter, and even though it was so long ago, I feel as if she's always watching over you, her mother, and her brother, John. The movie has touched so many significant others and will forever continue to tell the truth of a angel whom god sent to earth to touch so many peoples lives. God bless you Martha, and to her mother Dorthy and her brother John.
    Nannette
    Milburn, OK US
    Sunday, November 24, 2002 @ 22:24:23 EST
  49. My heart goes out to the Moxley family. I just watched the movie tonight and i must say that the police did not do there job right if they would have it wouldn't have taken them so long. God Bless the Moxley Family...
    Angela
    Marshalltown, Ia US
    Sunday, November 24, 2002 @ 21:17:06 EST
  50. R.I.P
    Martha Moxley
    1960 - 1975
    " For our friend Martha"

    Randi
    Kansas City, MO US
    Sunday, November 24, 2002 @ 20:25:41 EST
  51. Although I did not get to meet Martha or be a part in life, I feel so close to her. I have never truly felt this way after watching a movie or reading a book. She seemed so wonderful, she is our angel watching over us. My sympathy goes to her mother Dorothy an brother John, she will be waiting for you at the gates.
    Randi
    Kansas City, MO US
    Sunday, November 24, 2002 @ 20:18:36 EST
  52. I'm writing this as I watch the movie Murder in Greenwich for I think the fourth time. It is a very touching, yet haunting story.
    I am a huge fan of Dominick Dunne, he is a true crusader for victims everywhere. As for Mark Fuhrman, hopefully he will know that although one murderer walks the streets through no fault of his, another one is now behind bars due to his efforts.
    To Mrs. Moxley and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you. I have followed your daughter's story for years, and prayed for her killer to be brought to justice. I sincerely hope that this brings you at least a small amount of closure and peace.
    As for the many lowlifes that took part in this cover-up (one of so many involving the Kennedy family), they will have to answer to a higher power someday.
    Rest In Peace, Martha

    Lisa Strausbaugh
    Chillicothe, OH US
    Sunday, November 24, 2002 @ 20:13:47 EST
  53. I WOULD LIKE TO SAY THAT I AM REALLY SORRY FOR YOUR LOST. I DONT HAVE CHILDREN B/C I AM ONLY 15 BUT I HAVE LOST A CLOSE ONE TOO, AND IT'S REALLY HARD. BUT LOSING YOUR OWN CHILD IS EVEN WORSE. MY HEART GOES OUT TO THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS. I DIDNT KNOW MARTHLY MOXLEY BUT WATCHING THE MOVIE, I FEEL LIKE I KNOWN HER. i HOPE THAT MICHEAL STAYS I JAIL FOR THE REST OF HIS LIFE.

    GOD BLESS YOU, AND KEEP YOUR HEAD UP BECAUSE YOU CAN DO IT MOM AND BROTHER AND OTHER FAMILY

    KIMBERLY KING
    Greenwood, sc US
    Sunday, November 24, 2002 @ 09:24:00 EST
  54. I watched the movie on USA and was deeply moved by the accounts of what happend to Martha. What a sweet and beautiful girl she was. It shows that justice can occur even if it is 20+ years later and you happen to be related to the Kennedy's.
    Kristina M.
    Baltimore, MD US
    Sunday, November 24, 2002 @ 00:15:36 EST
  55. I really enjoyed the movie!I saw it two times at 9:oo p.m.I really feel sorry for Johnn and Dorothy Moxley.And also for Marthy's family!I really hope that they are doing fine so far!Well that's all that I've got to say!I will also like some moer further information on Martha Moxley!!!Goodbye!!
    Johnny Ceja
    Santa Paula, CA US
    Saturday, November 23, 2002 @ 22:14:56 EST
  56. I watched the movie last night and I can tell you my heart goes out to Dorthy...I hope that Michael stays in prison for the rest of his life. I don't have children but I can tell you they are angels and the innocence is so special. I admire Dorthy for her strength and will keep her in my heart. She's someone I would love to know.
    Frances Garcia
    Tampa, Fl US
    Saturday, November 23, 2002 @ 13:44:54 EST
  57. I found this site tonight after watching the USA movie about Martha's death. But I have been following this terrible story for a few years. I was impacted by the tragic death of this beautiful girl since I saw a tv show a few years ago. I am glad that her killer has been found and sentenced, but it is a tragedy for everyone. I pray for Martha's soul and for her family and friends. It has brought me to tears to think of this girl's innocent life shattered that way. God bless.
    Fernando Arenas
    Lawrence, KS US
    Saturday, November 23, 2002 @ 04:13:42 EST
  58. I am very very saddened that this happened to a young and very beautiful girl, Martha Moxley. I wish I could have met her. I was born in 1982 so that would be a problem. I
    feel very bad about it. When I watch that movie or even when I think of what happened I get very mad. I am very bothered that the police failed to bring him in for questioning. Did it ever cross their mind that he didn't have to be there with her the minute before her death? I'd have to say that if it was up to me I would give him the death penalty! I think in his spot the death penalty does qualify. He walked free for 25 years and he is only going to get 20 years? That is not close enough to what he did to her!! That is not close enough to what he took away from her and her family! I never know her like I said, but I feel very connected to her in someway I can't explain. Not only Micheal should be punished I think that Tommy should also be punished to what he contributed to her death. I try to keep in mind that I am not seeing the real picture when I watch the movie, but from what I see and understand between the two brothers and the way they were to each other Tommy helped it come to that tragity in her life. The movie makes me think that for Tommy it was all just a challenge for him to steal the person that Micheal had feelings for or maybe even loved. It came to me that he had this thought planted in his mind, "If I can't have her, Tommy won't eighter." I could be wrong, but that is how I feel. I entend to keep her in my thoughts even though I didn't know her personally. And I hope that she lay's peacefully. That she is able to rest. Like i said I wish I could have known her personally. I would have risked greeving for her to meet such a wonderfull girl... from what is sounds like. So to close this thought of mine and to be greatfull to tell others what I think... My prayers go to the family. Remember someday you two will be reuntited with your daughter!

    April Gross
    Loveland, Co US
    Saturday, November 23, 2002 @ 01:03:44 EST
  59. HEY THIS IS TONYA LEWIS. I WATCHED THE MOVIE ABOUT MARTHA MOXLEY. BEFORE THE MOVIE I HAD NEVER HEARD ABOUT HER OR HER STORY. BUT AFTER WATCHING THE MOVIE I WAS SO SAD ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED AND I WANTED TO SEE WHAT SHE LOOK LIKE SO I BEGIN TO DO RESEARCH ON HER CASE. I WANTED TO SAY THAT I WAS REALLY SAD ABOUT WHAT HAPPENED. AND WANTED TO SEND MY LOVE AND SUPPORT TO HER AND HER FAMILY.
    TONYA
    SUITLAND, MD US
    Friday, November 22, 2002 @ 19:56:27 EST
  60. I wanted to express my deepest sympathy to the Moxley family.I wondered if they would ever find out what really happened that night.I read the book about three years ago and it touched my life forever.The Moxley family is in my prayers.Bless You All.
    Jacey
    Grand Island, NE US
    Friday, November 22, 2002 @ 18:19:36 EST
  61. I just read 'Murder in Greenwich' last year, and when I heard Micheal was going on trial, I was so excited for Martha. I really feel for Martha's family, and even though it wont bring her back, at least she recieved her justice. Some people never get it.
    gina Diltz
    rochester, ny US
    Friday, November 22, 2002 @ 17:44:51 EST
  62. I recently viewed the USA movie about Martha Moxley. Although I am 36 years old, it impacted me on so many different levels. First of all, my prayers and sympathy go out to the Moxley family. To lose such a loving, young and beautiful person such as Martha must be very difficult. I only hope that this website and letter can encourage the family that there are people out there who didn't know Martha, but feel love in their hearts for her and her family. I hope that when Jesus Christ ressurects us at the last trump, that Martha is one of the people along with my own loved ones I will get to see. God bless the Moxley family.
    Rob H
    York, PA US
    Friday, November 22, 2002 @ 16:38:01 EST
  63. I have followed the Martha's case for many years now, and have been fascinated by not only her death, but her life as well. She seemed to be a beautiful, vibrant girl, who made everyone around her feel the same. I, as a stranger, feel so much anger that such a young girl would be stripped of her future. I can only imagine the grief and anger her family and friends feel. My heart goes out to all who loved Martha, they deserve all the sympathies that can be given. As for the Skakel man, and his family, they should be ashamed. God Bless Mark Furhman and Dominic Dunne for helping to solve this horrific crime. And of course, God Bless Mrs. Moxley and her son, John, may they now find peace.
    Donna
    West Springfield, Ma US
    Friday, November 22, 2002 @ 16:27:01 EST
  64. I first heard of Martha's story via the movie recently. She was the same age as I. I am sorry for her family and friends. Martha, may you rest in peace with God forever.
    E. Murray
    Boulder Creek, CA US
    Friday, November 22, 2002 @ 14:02:33 EST
  65. I've followed this case for a long time, even though I was only 7 when it happened....what happened to Martha was horrible and even more horrible was the fact that the truth was hidden for over 25 years!! My heart goes out to Martha and her family along with my love and prayers. Shame on the Skakels! NO ONE is above the law, no matter how much money you have or who you're related to. Unfortunately not everyone sees it that way. Thank God justice was served in this case.
    Mary Ballard
    Edmond, ok US
    Friday, November 22, 2002 @ 11:41:49 EST
  66. its so sad to know that only a rich man almost got away with killing martha. i really enjoyed see the movie.sorry for your loss!
    jennifer zepeda
    US
    Thursday, November 21, 2002 @ 16:32:10 EST
  67. I watched the movie about Martha Moxley and i thought that is was so sad. I think she was a great girl and had no right to die like that. I send my sorrows to the family and i know how it feels to have a loved one die. I went through the same thing with my uncle. I am sorry for the death.
    Emily Heideman
    Tecusmeh, NE US
    Thursday, November 21, 2002 @ 14:43:58 EST
  68. This is a very informative site. Thank you!
    A. Ryder
    Okmulgee, OK US
    Thursday, November 21, 2002 @ 13:52:39 EST
  69. I watched the movie concerning Martha's murder just the other night and I was crying thru most of it. My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Moxley family. I've been looking at pictures of Martha on this website and she was a very beautiful girl who was taken too soon from the people who loved her. Despite the fact that I don't know her, any of her family and friends I feel a great loss for someone who really was so very special to everyone.

    Thank you.

    Sherry
    Cresson, Pa US
    Thursday, November 21, 2002 @ 11:13:40 EST
  70. I saw Martha's story on tv the other night and it made me think. She was my age when she was killed and latey I have made choices that i regret. Her story, her life and her will had made me think about what I should do and if I should think twice.My thought and prays are with her family.
    Ashley Phillips
    Perry, Fl US
    Thursday, November 21, 2002 @ 10:54:40 EST
  71. I just saw "Murder In Greenwich" the other night on TV. My heart goes out to the family and friends of Martha. She reminded me of myself at that age just hanging out with friends and looking for some exitment.You never think something like that could actually happen. I'm so glad the police and Mark Furmen didn't give up on this case. Michel deserves the same fate that poor Matha got so innocently, but he's not innocent.
    cheryl
    indianapolis, in US
    Wednesday, November 20, 2002 @ 15:51:47 EST
  72. After seeing the movie about Martha Moxley I just can't seem to get it out of my mind. It is amazing how everyone involved thought they could just change, distort, tamper and manipulate evidence to let the guilty go free. Tom is as guilty as Michael and they should both be behind bars or better yet let them die the same way Martha did, without even knowing what hit her.

    Carolyn Volpe-Cozzens
    Howell, NJ US
    Wednesday, November 20, 2002 @ 15:04:12 EST
  73. Justice can never be served for taking such a beautiful young girl. It is such a sad thing what love and jealousy can do to a person. My sympathy goes out to the families and friends of Martha.
    Lisa Record
    Grafton, VT US
    Wednesday, November 20, 2002 @ 13:54:54 EST
  74. The first time I heard about Martha was when they said that the movie about her murder was coming out so I watched it. The movie really touched me and I couldn't believe how something so bad could happen to someone so young because I'm 15 too and just to think what if I died today I wouldn't be able to accomplish anything in my life and because of Michael, Martha wasn't able to do anything with her life except what she had already accomplished. In no way did she deserve to have this happen to her she was very pretty and popular and just because Michael was jealous of his brother he had no right to do what he did to Martha. This story touched me so much that I wrote a poem for Martha's family because I feel really bad and wish there was something I can do but there isn't because nothing can bring her back.
    Martha Moxley- If only everyone felt the pain that we feel they wouldn't be able to deal, she was so young and had her whole life ahead of her, how could Michael steal that away, each day I think of how her life could've been if she would've been able to begin it.
    I'M SORRY (!!) eyes with tears


    Erin
    Windsor, Pa US
    Wednesday, November 20, 2002 @ 10:06:49 EST
  75. The first time I heard about Martha was when they said that the movie about her murder was comng out so I watched it. The movie really touched me and I couldn't believe how something so bad could happen to someone so young because I'm 15 too and just to think what if I died today I wouldn't be able to accomplish anything in my life and because of Michael, Martha wasn't able to do anything with her life except what she had already accomplished. In no way did she deserve to have this happen to her she was very pretty and popular and just because Michael was jealous of his brother he had no right to do what he did to Martha. This story touched me so much that I wrote a poem for Martha's family because I feel really bad and wish there was something I can do but there isn't because nothing can bring her back.
    Martha Moxley- If only everyone felt the pain that we feel they wouldn't be able to deal, she was so young and hd her whole life ahead of her, how could Michael steal that away, each day I think of how her life could've been if she would've been able to begin it.
    I'M SORRY (!!) eyes with tears


    Erin
    Windsor, Pa US
    Wednesday, November 20, 2002 @ 10:04:49 EST
  76. Martha may you rest in peace now that justice has been served. Mrs. Moxley I hope that this has given you a small bit of peace knowing that this jackal is in jail. I was a sophomore at GHS at the same time as Martha was although I did not know her . The recent movie brought up emotions that I have not had in decades.
    Bob
    Riverside, CT US
    Wednesday, November 20, 2002 @ 03:17:47 EST
  77. I just watched MURDER IN GREENWICH my heart gose out to MRS MOXLEY and her son JOHN.justice was done.it is ashame that the name KENNEDY put fear into those who were supposed to see justice done.MICHAEL you did not want to do time because his son needs him.what about MARTHA she needed life what gave you MICHAEL the right to take hers.i hope you rot in jail.also thank you MARK FURMAN and DOMNIC DUNNE who got the low life monster.GOD BLESS YOU MRS MOXLEY AND JOHN MOXLEY.
    barbara sanders
    DONORA, PA US
    Wednesday, November 20, 2002 @ 02:29:28 EST
  78. I saw the "Murder in Greenwich" movie last night, but knew of the Moxley murder case before. Seeing the movie really made me think about how horrible murder is. Martha's life was taken away from her in the best times of her youth, and no one has the right to take away life... Anyway, I hope Martha's mother and brother have closure after Michael was arrested. Justice has finally been served even though it took close to 25 years.
    Robin Pillai
    Pomona, CA US
    Wednesday, November 20, 2002 @ 00:15:51 EST
  79. I was watching a movie called " Murder in Greenwich "..and after it finished I felt so bad..I didn't know what to think of..I was so mad, sad, ANGRY at GOD..why didn't HE help her..I mean HE is the GOD..He could help her but HE didn't and she had to DIE..Im sure HE had his reasons for everything !
    I'm 17 now and I am so young but she was 15 and she was younger than me..I dont understand LIFE..GOOD people like Martha..have to die..but bad people they live..there's a lot of bad people in the world..why they dont die if they're bad ?
    I WISH TO DIE INSTED OF MARTHA..I WISH TO GIVE UP MY LIFE FOR HER..I WISH SHE COULD HAVE HER OWN FAMILY..I WISH SHE COULD RAISE HER OWN CHILDREN..MARTHA IF I COULD DIE FOR YOU NOW I WOULD..
    I WILL ALWAYS THINK OF YOU..and I will Never FORGET YOU..Im sure it's better up there than over here..I LOVE YOU MARTHA and I LOVE YOU PARENTS GODBLESS YOU AND GODBLESS THEM !!
    I WILL SEE YOU SOMEDAY and I WILL TALK TO YOU SOMEDAY..and i think WE WILL BE GOOD FRIENDS SOMEDAY..!! LUV YA ALWAYS ARTUR
    Niech Bod Ma CIE zawsze w OPIECE !!!

    Artur
    Garfield, NJ US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 22:27:20 EST
  80. I dont keep up with the news much, but when the movie of Martha Moxley was shown I watched. It was like feeling what she felt. The wind on her face, the feelings of being looked at. To listen to the actress' voice and imagining it was really Martha speaking from Heaven was touching. Just the thought of would she really say this or that. I cant imagine what she was thinking in those final moments, what was her last thought....who did she think of?? So many questions and none will ever have answers...My thoughts and prayers go out to Martha and her family in their suffering...I cant imagine..
    Corenna S. Hobson
    Morganton, NC US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 21:27:36 EST
  81. I was watching a movie on channel 38 called Murder on greenwich" or something . anyway i was really into the movie. i then realized that the story was a true story. I couldnt believe it when my parents told me its been on the news. I watched the movie a second time . I feel so bad. and now i cant stop going into the website. I know Martha would be 42 now. "Rest in peace" i also was once in the same situation.
    Alana
    New York, NY US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 19:46:57 EST
  82. Iam so sorry about martha I cried the whole time i was washing the show i hated it took so long to get the person who done it my drandmother has been murder for30 years still know answer yet may god be with you mrs moxley Ilove you all in will be thinking of you everyday god bless
    jackiecollins
    Columbus, MS US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 19:32:26 EST
  83. I been researching for the Murder In Greenwich movie. It was so awesome! I just think Tommy Skakel aka Toby Moore is so hot! Anyways that isn't the point, I feel bad for Martha and I'm truly sorry for her and family members. I also feel bad for Tommy today because of his brother's huge media attention
    Alli
    Erie, PA US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 18:32:43 EST
  84. I was too young to remember the Murder Of Martha, but watched the "The Murder in Greewich." It really touched my heart. Martha was such a young beautiful girl, with a bright future. It made me sad that she never got a chance to live her life, but Michael lived free for so long with no guilt. I was glad to see that Martha finally got her day. I was glad to see her murder brought to JUSTICE!!!!!!! My heart goes out to the family and may they be at peace now that her murderer has been put behind bars. GOD BLESS YOU ALL!!!!!
    Leslie
    Ga US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 18:30:00 EST
  85. I have watched the movie "Murder In Greenwich" twice and I still get angry about the fact that Mrs. Moxley had to live all those years thinking that she heard her daughter dying. I really think Michael's family should join him in prison for being accessories to the crime. Charges should be brought against them now. I also get mad at the fact that he doesn't want to serve his time because his son needs him. He needs to do without his son like the Moxley's had to do without their daughter. But the big question I have is Where is the remorse? Where is the apology?
    Teri Padgett
    Cope, SC US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 17:15:46 EST
  86. My thoughts and prayers are with Mrs. Moxley. I hope she can now find a little peace now that he's in prison.
    Julie
    Waco, TX US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 16:57:02 EST
  87. I only have one thing to say, Michael, if I had the chance I wouldnt waste one second to beat you to death with a golf club. You have been running around free for 27 years after the horrible thing you did to a young innocent girl...you deserve nothing but the worst, have fun in prison...
    April
    US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 16:17:30 EST
  88. This was a terrible thing. I saw the movie about Martha last night. I pray that the Lord will continue to be with the Moxley family and help them heal.
    Lynn Gray
    Cope, S.C. US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 15:16:27 EST
  89. I cannot say that I am a friend of Martha since I was born 11 years after she was killed. The only thing I can say is that I'm overwhelmed with the information that is locked in my head. I have so many questions but no one to ask directly since I was born in a totally different decade and live in a completly different state. All I have to say is that quote from Martha's mother, "This is Martha's day!" was shocking... it brought me into tears. I hope that the family is doing great and rest in peace Martha.
    Lindsay Slayer
    South Haven, MI US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 13:00:15 EST
  90. I just recently bought the book "Murder In Greenwich" Before reading through atleast half the book I had never heard of the case before, then I realized that it was Michael Skakel on the news the summer of 2000. Reading the book blew my mind on how 'stupid' and 'intimidated' a police force can be. Michael Skakel was looked past because of his fame and relation to the Kennedys. The movie is coming out next Friday and I'm looking forwrd to it very much. I plan on doing alot more research on this case...and all I have to say is I'm glad the sonofabitch is going to prison finally! I also give all my love to John and Dorthy Moxley...

    April
    Houston, TX US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 12:57:10 EST
  91. I just want to say this is that saddest thing I have ever heard of. The movie on tonight really touched my heart. I hope I can give the people I am closest to the love they need, but I still think it does not prepare us for loss. This family suffered a detrimental experience and I only hope they are living their lives as well as possible. You all are in my prayers and conerns. Love, April
    April Kea
    Athens, GA US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 12:49:27 EST
  92. The whole case astonished me. I am amazed how long it took to bring Michael to justice and why it couldn't have happened this way 25-years ago. Rest in peace Martha. Such a beautiful vibrant girl taken too soon.
    Christina Dodd
    Lawrence, KS US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 12:48:15 EST
  93. I have followed this case for a long time and I'm glad I found this site. R.I.P. Martha...even though Skakel was finally found guilty,there is no happy ending to this.
    Rodney
    Tampa, FL US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 12:47:13 EST
  94. hi, to the Moxley family- I am a 13 years old girl and the other day i saw the movie "Murder in Greenwich" it made me really sad. I wanna give yall my familys sympathy. We're very sorry. But you know you will see her again someday.
    Sierra
    NC US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 12:36:00 EST
  95. My name is Monice!.I am really grateful that your daughter's murderor was finally found. Sounds ot me like the police gave up!. thats isnt right.I recently watched the movie and oh my it touched me a great deal. I hope that Marta's livin in peace and that the night of her murder, she didn;t lay there and suffer.i think michael should be killed the same way he tok marta's life.
    thanks
    MoNicA

    Monica Ellsworth
    columbiana, oh US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 12:32:08 EST
  96. I saw the movie "murder in Greenwich" and it really disturbed me. I think that there are so many different things that could've been done to solve the case in the beginning, but people were trying to pretend it didn't happen. I really like this site and I think that it has a lot of information. I am glad that the family finally got justice and I hope that they have good lives in the years to come.
    Katie
    Barre, VT US
    Tuesday, November 19, 2002 @ 11:09:41 EST
  97. This must be a very sad anniversary for the Moxleys. I'm sure all these years have not made the night before Halloween any easier for them.
    I am glad that they have had some type of resolution to this case, although they have never heard an apology from Martha's killer.
    Peace to Dorothy and John.


    Amy
    Minneapolis, MN US
    Monday, November 04, 2002 @ 20:29:44 EST
  98. Dear Martha, just a note to say that you are being thought of today, 10/30/02 the 27th anniversary of your death. I shall always remember that day so long ago. I was 17 years old at the time. I pray for you and your family. May God bless you and keep you in His special care. Rest in peace sweet angel.

    Steven Travis
    Ossining, NY US
    Monday, November 04, 2002 @ 20:26:53 EST