Intriguing crimes across the nation, notable for the type of crime, the celebrity of the criminal, or both.
A Delaware True Crime
The infant's body was never found but she was found guilty of murder nonetheless.
The story details how Julie Bailey was unfaithful to her husband. She got pregnant and hid the pregnancy from everyone but a cherished friend. She used that friend's house to give birth in.
Only no one ever saw the infant alive.
Bailey alleges she took the newborn to the home of its natural father. She knocked loudly on the window, she alleges, and was sure someone would find the child.
Only the infant has never been found by anyone. The child's biological father says he never even knew Baily was pregnant much less found a baby on his door step.
Hey, it's an intriguing defense. The jury didn't buy it. Bailey was found guilty of murder.
GEORGETOWN — Julie Bailey, the Seaford woman charged with killing her newborn son by abandoning him on a doorstep in January 2003, was found guilty of murder Friday afternoon.
A Sussex County Superior Court jury reached its verdict shortly before 3 p.m., after deliberating for about seven hours.
I've been following the case of Ray Gricar , the Pennsylvania prosecutor who took a ride one day and disappeared from the planet.
What's more intriguing about this case is that reports of sighting of Ray Gricar have been turned in, even in one case pictures were submitted that closely resembled Gricar.
In short, the investigators are not even sure that Gricar is dead!
So how could a human being, with children and a live-in lover, just drop off the planet, leaving his car and laptop behind?
Now the hard drive that had been missing from his laptop (why?) has been found.
I still think this guy decided to take a vacation from his old life. But he's doing a good job of not being found. Not even his dead body.