Hi, I’m Christine. I’m a true crime researcher, writer, and editor. I run a true crime site called The True Crime Files. My site is dedicated to all things true crime: investigations, reviews, updates, etc. I focus on unsolved murders and disappearances in hopes to reinvigorate interest in the cases. Needless to say, I’m thrilled to write this guest post for Considering Cold Cases. Thanks for reading, and happy holidays!
15 year-old Kelly Jane Evelyn Cook lived with her parents in the village of Standard, Alberta. This village is about 70 kilometres northeast of Calgary, a big city in Alberta, Canada. It’s a small village – today the population is 353. The Wikipedia page for the village includes only three sections: Demographics; Athletics; and The murder of Kelly Cook.