Cathy Whitehead Murder – A victim named Whitehead had a residence in Rockdale County, which is located in Georgia. On the evening of Thursday, April 14, 1983, Donald Glen Everett went to her residence in Rockdale County and knocked on the door of her apartment. He then entered the flat. He informed her that her fiance would be calling her at a pay telephone that was located nearby. She was so eager to express her thoughts that she didn’t stop to ponder for even a second before speaking.
In spite of this, she was never seen again and the mystery surrounding her disappearance remains unsolved. Cathay’s mother set out in the early morning hours of the following day to locate her daughter in the surrounding districts. Later on, her mother located her abandoned vehicle near the pay phone and noticed that Whitehead’s car door was ajar and that the keys were missing from the ignition.
For a considerable amount of time, the law enforcement officials had been looking into the disappearance of Caty Whitehead. After one year, authorities detained Donald Glen Everett after discovering that he had discussed Cathy and her disappearance with other people. The police made the discovery after discovering that he had been arrested. An abandoned well in Gwinnett County was brought to the attention of the authorities. They found human remains that had been extensively burned and had deteriorated, as well as clothing and a blue blanket.
The remnants of a portion of the body, although having suffered serious burns and having a completely decayed state, were extracted from the well. In addition, several articles of clothing and a blue blanket were taken. Due to the advanced state of decomposition of the bones, it was not possible to determine the exact cause of death; however, it was determined that the end was the result of a homicide.