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  • John Lennon (1940 - 1980)
    Wikipedia: English John Lennon achieved worldwide fame in the 1960s as a singer, songwriter and guitarist in one of the most successful bands of all time - The Beatles . He is credited as being the o...
  • D'Angelo Antwon Toney (1980 - 2009)
    D'Angelo Antwon Toney, Sr. 29, of Indianapolis, passed away on September 19, 2009. Services will be held on Friday, September 25, 2009, 12 Noon at Healing Streams Word and Worship Center. Friends may c...
  • Charles Edward Lee Ray, Jr. (1994 - 2011)
    Charles Edward Lee Ray, Jr. 16 of Indianapolis passed away on March 7, 2011. Services: Sat., March 12, 2011, 12 Noon at Church of the Living God Temple #18. Visitation: Sat., from 10 A.M. Burial will b...
  • Mark Sylvester Flemmonds (1961 - 1978)
  • Jayne Carol Friedt (1958 - 1978)
    Services for Miss Jayne C. Friedt, age 20, were held last Wednesday in the Hall-Baker Funeral Home in Plainfield with Rev. William P. Hendricks and Rev. Harry Howell officiating. Graveside services wer...

Every human is a living epistle i.e. has a story. Unfortunately, many stories are untold due to the sudden unexpected death as result of horrific circumstances. (e.g. natural disasters, homicides, and war). Hopefully, this project will encourage family historians to fully accept circumstances of family members' death. In so doing, there's a move towards healing, knowing 'you are not alone'.

In society, much attention is given to the perpetrator of the horrific acts and not to the victim of the acts. However, much can be understood and many homicide cases are solved by studying (celebrating) the lives of the victims. Studying the lives of victims utilizes F.A.N principle and provides insight into migration patterns.

This project is created to be not only a memorial to victims of violent and 'non-violent' (e.g. abduction) crimes but to allow them to tell their testimonies as the most important eye-witness to crime or natural disasters that resulted in their own death.

This project is created to be not only a memorial to victims who experienced sudden unexpected death due to horrific circumstances. (e.g. natural disasters, homicides, terror attacks, and war) but may offer sense of closure to those who mourn the deaths.



"This resource will, unfortunately, be an ever-growing memorial to the many innocent victims of violent crime and a source for help for murder victim survivors, information on murder statistics, news items, discussion and support."

"Far too often, the victims are forgotten and the focus is placed on the perpetrator. Here we will come back to place focus on the victims of the most violent of crimes, murder. Victim survivors can come here to find help, ask questions, give and get advice." is a genealogy site that contains information on the historic disasters, events, and tragic accidents our ancestors endured, as well as, information about their life and death. Database and records searchable by surname as well as by the name of a disaster or by Year or by U.S. State. A separate section of the site contains information about disasters in Canada."

National Obituary Archives::Memorials

The Stories of Hurricane Sandy Victims

Tributes to Hurricane Katrina Victims

List of Hurricane Katrina Victims

"Hurricane Katrina was the deadliest and most destructive Atlantic tropical cyclone of the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season. It is the costliest natural disaster, as well as one of the five deadliest hurricanes, in the history of the United States. Katrina is the seventh most intense Atlantic hurricane ever recorded, part of the 2005 season that included three of the six most intense Atlantic hurricanes ever documented (along with #1 Wilma and #4 Rita)." []

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Metropolitan Police Department -- D.C.