top of page

Episode 36 | Rory Gene Kesinger, Plymouth, Massachusetts

Rory Gene Kesinger of Plymouth, Massachusetts & the Missing, Unsoslved, and Unclaimed of Massachusetts

Researching the last episode, episode 35, on Ruth Terry, the Lady of the Dunes, who was found in Provincetown shed new light on the hundreds of missing, unsolved, and unclaimed persons in the U.S. and New England. I will be learning about who they are and how we can share their stories to, if at the very least, honor the lives they lived and the families who courageously hold on to the hope that their loved one might one day come home. New shows every two weeks. Follow the show on instagram for real time updates.

Rory Gene Kesinger is called many things: an outlaw, criminal mastermind, a robber and drug dealer. She is a fugitive. We don’t truly know where she is or what’s become of her. For 49 years, she has been a mystery and a story of folklore in Massachusetts. Today I begin digging into the stories of missing, unsolved and unclaimed people of New England. Massachusetts is up first with Rory, Baby Bella Bond found in Winthrop, Melanie Melanson missing from Woburn, Theresa Corley found in Bellingham, Danielle Oliverio found in Wilmington, Melanie Quadros missing in Lowell, and Juan Carlos Gonzalez murdered in Worcester.

Crime of the Truest Kind

hosted by Anngelle Wood

Follow the show @crimeofthetruestkind

Listen, subscribe, rate and review the show.

Share it with your New England and true crime loving friends

Thank you for listening.

Sources A Certain Kind Of Death - Documentary

The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) is a national information clearinghouse and resource center for missing, unidentified, and unclaimed person cases across the United States.

Cold Cases in Massachusetts

Rory Kesinger- Doe Network

South Coast Mystery

Baby Bella Bond, Winthrop, Mass

Charley Project - Melanie Melanson, Woburn, Mass

Unsolved Crimes - Rory Kesinger

Lost Girls blog - Rory Kesinger

The Lady of the Dunes, Provincetown

The Lady Identified


bottom of page