Written by Clarke Kent
Sometimes I ask myself if it’s worth the effort to continue trying to find justice for Shellie. Readers and participants have lost interest and I turned 79 years old and am tired and exhausted. I started with my high school daughter who was looking for her senior project. I introduced her to Bill and Charlotte Carson and my daughter could see the passion in them both and convinced 16 girls at Norfolk Academy to work on the project that eventually became known as the Students for Justice for Shellie. That was in 2009 – 2010. We met with a person named Miranda who worked, herself, on trying to find more information on the murder of Shellie Carson. She created a thread on a nationwide website and we eventually merged into Justice for Shellie. Miranda, myself, and RN are still sctive. RN created the initial tribute to Shellie with her site www.mary-rachelcarson.com.
I attach an attachment of Remembering Shellie. It tells us that shortly after Shellie’s death, a dear friend, RN put a website on the internet to give Shellie’s family and friends a place to visit and to sign the guestbook. Since some of us don’t have a computer or access to the internet, we thought we would print out what is on Shellie’s site.
I also attach another page entitled A Killer Among Us. Remembering Shellie.
Please read this early attempt by RN to expose the brutal murder of 18 year old Shellie Carson. When I get discouraged not in 2019, 14 years after the murder it’s still worth it. Please let me know if it’s worth the effort of all of us.