Snow Hill, MD– Although officially unconfirmed, sources inside the investigation tell blinkoncrime.com that the female remains located on the rear property of the Riverside Inn Bed and Breakfast, are that of 26 year old missing Delaware woman Christine Sheddy.
Christine, Mother of 3, was last seen alive the evening of November 12, 2007 on the Byrd Rd farm property in Pocomoke City, MD.
Justice, Interrupted : A Mother’s Fight
Blinkoncrime.com was asked to investigate the disappearance of Christine Sheddy by Christine’s Mother, Lynn Dodenhoff, and members of her family and friends last Summer.
With the exception of a few outdated news articles and some good work by the folks at the Pocomoke Tattler, we had to start from scratch. Yes, it is as hard as it sounds save for the fact that our initial primary source of information came from the one woman that vowed to bring her daughter home: her Mom.
This most tenacious woman did more investigative work on her daughter’s disappearance than the detectives tasked with finding her. In fact, one of the primary witnesses in this case was not interviewed until Fall of last year after I interviewed him twice and our series on Christine was on it’s fifth chapter.
At the request of the Maryland State Police and the Doddenhoff and Sheddy families, the blinkoncrime team will be limiting coverage regarding the actual facts of the internal investigation of Christine’s case as it is continuing.
Joel Todd, Worcester State Attorney, disclosed that a tip led investigators to the scene as part of a “larger investigation.” Through the good work of a special investigator from Todds’ office and that of the Maryland State Police, who received Christine’s case less than a week ago, it seems that Christine and her family’s quest for answers surrounding her disappearance and murder will be forthcoming.
Pictured above are VanMuir- WCBI, Joel Todd- SA, Scott Brent- MSP, Mike Fowler-ADA and Jim Seibert, WCBI.
Check back to blinkoncrime.com for updates to this developing story.
Other Christine Sheddy coverage can be found here.