This is the index to the other index pages on the mysterious disappearance of former Centre County District Attorney Ray Gricar . I want to include two things first.
First the FBI flyer on Mr. Gricar:
Second is the page of my fellow blogger Slamdunk, called, appropriately enough “Slam Dunks”:
Slamdunk is a former police officer, with a post graduate degree in the field, who has written extensively not the Gricar but on a number of missing person’s cases and on more general subjects. And, yes, there is daylight between our opinions. I can only encourage you to read his blog; I read it daily.
Index of the Known Evidence, February 2011
This covers the evidence and the witnesses.
There is also this late, and possibly important, entry:
Prior to disappearing, Mr. Gricar created a map on his office computer.
Index of Theories, February 2011
A discussion of the various theories.
Index of the Investigation, February 2011
A chronological look at the investigation from April 15, 2005 through August 31, 2010.
Index of What More Can Be Done, February 2011
A look at various initiatives that can be taken to advance the case.
Index of the Public Case, March 2011
A look at the press and public aspects of this case.
There are two entries that look at Mr. Gricar’s background prior to disappearance:
Ray Gricar, Curriculum Vita
This is an outline of Mr. Gricar’s life.
The Legacy of District Attorney Ray Gricar
This entry focuses on the remarkably good job Mr. Gricar did as District Attorney of Centre County.
Added: Site photos from Lewisburg, PA:
More than 100 blog entries are included. A few things, like some of the other cases, the more personal entries or the occasional political blog are not included. I’ve removed most of the old indexes. Where applicable, the links are organized in chronological order.
If you are one of those people that follow the Gricar case incessantly, this is a good resource for you. If you are new to the case, this is a good place to start. These indexes are for you, and ultimately for Mr. Gricar.
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