A suspicious car wreck turns out to be a cover for murder.

Kathy Page

Police felt the car accident was staged


2 phone numbers were written down

It was early dawn on May 14, 1991, when police in Vidor, Texas, discovered a car wreck.  The woman behind the wheel was dead, her skin cool to the touch.  At first glance, it appeared to be a tragic accident.  But within minutes, puzzling details began to emerge. The dead woman had no obvious wounds and the car was barely damaged.  Soft drinks in the front seat had not even spilled.  The woman’s feet were pushed back against the seat, rather than stretched out toward the pedals.   She wasn’t wearing a seat belt, yet the crash had not thrown her forward.

Ray Moseley was a Detective Sergeant for the Vidor Police Department at the time of the crash:

“Being no damage to the interior of the vehicle and very little… damage to the exterior of the vehicle, and the deepness of the ditch… Plain to see this was a staged incident instead of an accident. So at that point, they felt they had probably a questionable death.”

The woman was identified as 34-year-old Kathy Page.  She was a wife and mother of two.  Kathy lived just a hundred yards from the crash site.  When police arrived at her home, Kathy’s husband Steve answered the door.  Upon speaking with Steve, Detective Sergeant Moseley became immediately suspicious:

“He said, well, his wife was not home and directly looked straight down the street towards where the car was.  Steve seemed to be quite upset. He began to cry, and at times, threw himself on the couch crying. But yet, he would jump right back up, and we were talking, and there would be no signs of tears in his eyes. This seemed strange to me.”

Kathy had been with her boyfriend earlier

From that moment on, police concentrated their attention on Kathy’s husband, Steve Page.  However, Page insisted he was innocent:

“Of course I did not kill my wife.  The evidence clearly shows that the perpetrator was someone other than Steve Page.”

Kathy and Steve Page had been married for almost 13 years.  They had two daughters, Erin and Monica.  They seemed like the perfect family.  But according to Steve, the couple had drifted apart in their marriage:

“Mainly she was uncomfortable with who she was, or at least that was what she explained to me, that she didn’t know who she was. She wanted to try to find out who Kathy was. Because of that, we talked about separating for a short period of time and allowing her to hopefully find herself.”

But Kathy’s sister Sherry Valentine disagreed.  She believed their marriage was beyond repair:

“Kathy was definitely moving on in her life at that point because the decision was made for the divorce, and that in itself… was a relief off her back. And she was making plans for that.”

Kathy’s death was clouded with controversy

Steve moved out of the house, but said his relationship with Kathy remained friendly.  The next day, Kathy asked him to babysit their daughters while she went out with a friend.  According to Steve, Kathy was getting ready when he arrived:

“She said she was going to meet one of her girlfriends after work.  So I went over there. She left at approximately 11:15 to 11:30 to head to Beaumont to meet her friend.”

By 4:15 AM Kathy Page was dead.  When her body was found, she wasn’t wearing makeup or jewelry. The autopsy showed she had been strangled and her nose was broken.  There were bloodstains on her underwear and skin.  But according to Detective Sergeant Moseley, it was strange that there was no blood on her outer clothing:

“Kathy Page was not killed in her vehicle. She was killed at another location, cleaned up, redressed, and placed back in her vehicle and after the vehicle had been rolled into the ditch.”

Police reconstructed Kathy’s final hours.  They learned that she had sex shortly before she died.  Kathy did not meet her girlfriend, but instead spent the evening with a male lover.  According to Moseley, the boyfriend admitted that he and Kathy made love on the night she died:

“He came to the police station and gave us a statement, and also voluntarily… gave us a polygraph examination, which he passed with flying colors.”

The autopsy report confirmed that Kathy did have sex on the night she died.  However, the autopsy report included one more critical detail. Kathy’s sex partner had a vasectomy.  The boyfriend had not.  That meant Kathy must have had sex that night with someone else.  Could that man have been Steve Page? He had a vasectomy several months earlier. When police questioned him, he admitted having sex with Kathy, but claimed it was before she went out that night:

“She was getting ready.  She’d just got out of the shower.  I approached her about sex and we had sex before she left.”

But according to Sherry, the romance in Kathy’s marriage had long since vanished:

“I personally don’t believe that happened. She wouldn’t have been with Steve before being with another man.  She hadn’t been with Steve in a long time. He was already sleeping on the couch.”

For Kathy’s sister, there was only one possible scenario:

“I was talking to a sister-in-law of Steve’s, and she said that she knew for a fact that Steve made two phone calls. Steve called this one number and the girl answered, and he hung up. And then the second phone number was called, and they said the name of the hotel, and he hung up. And so he already knew where she might be or was.”

Kathy’s father, James Fulton, believed Steve then became physical:

“I feel like she came in that night, come in the back door, after she gone and parked the car, and he was asleep, sitting in a chair in the front room and when she went on in the bathroom and changed clothes, took her makeup off, took her jewelry and all off… And he heard her probably in the bathroom. And he got up and demanded sex with her or whatever, and got in a fight.”

Her family believed the fight escalated and Steve proceeded to rape Kathy.  They also believed that he strangled her in the process.  However, Steve Page had his own theory about the identity of Kathy’s killer:

“I received threats on the phone that the same thing that happened to my wife could happen to me. There’s a certain person here in Beaumont that… may have been involved. It’s a very prominent family… an Italian family… to let you know that they’re considered part of the Beaumont mafia.”

The murder of Kathy Page has never been solved.  However, Kathy’s family won a wrongful death civil suit against Steve Page.  Police still consider him a person of interest.

Watch this case now on Amazon Prime in season ten with Robert Stack and in season three with Dennis Farina. Also available on YouTube with Dennis FarinaVarious seasons available now on Hulu.



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    Stephen Townsend

    After watching the show I am also convicted he killed her, if the assault happened in the house & his relatives were seen cleaning a carpet by the door, cleaning the possible blood on the top of the carpet it would have soaked though the carpet onto the floorboards. If they did a luminol test there is still a chance that blood could still show up on the bare floorboards? I wondered if the case was based on he killed her inside her own home, the test is easy to do also quick & will show blood like it had been put there yesterday also the DNA that could also still be sitting under the carpet…


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    Does anyone know the location where the car was found?


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    Steve page was my softball coach and Monica was my teammate (rip) …. never would’ve believed him to be a murderer nor heard anything at time . Guess this is why they suddenly disappeared … my prayers to all involve and truly hope this family gets the closure they all deserve.


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    Why doesn’t anyone mention the lawyer who has obviously cheated on his wife more than once?


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    I am a little behind and just watching this episode. The “private investigator ” friend messing with the body at the funeral is odd. I know it would probably never happen, but if it were my family member I would excavate, look in her casket and see what evidence was buried with her body never to be discovered. Thank you.


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    I try to forget, but for years you still haunt my memories as if calling for justice from the grave. A stranger that just happen to drive by off the I-10 on the way home from work. The morning was foggy and it seemed as if I were the only person out that morning. I worked at the local steel mill at that time. I was supposed to work that night, but things were slow and they didn’t need me, so I got to go home early. Yes, I remember seeing your car in the ditch as I drove by on the interstate that morning. I laughed to myself that it was another drunk that missed the road. It has been many decades, but I remember it being between 1am or 2am. No one else was around at the time. I did report what I had seen when I saw it in the papers at the time to Vidor PD. I even told your father about the time, but he said what did that matter. Maybe I should have stopped. Maybe I should have turned around and checked to see if someone was hurt. Maybe things could have turned out different. As for your murder, I can see that it was a tragic accident that was caused by anger and rage.


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    A Torres

    I watched an episode of Cold Justice last month
    which dealt with this case . I feel that Kelly
    Siegler did a fantastic job investigating this
    case , but in the end, the Orange County DA’s
    office declined to issue an arrest warrant for
    Steve Page. The episode ended with Kelly
    suggesting that the Texas Attorney General
    be contacted about this investigation .
    Was Attorney General Ken Paxton ever contacted
    about this case ? If so, is any action being taken ?


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    Jay P.

    You can not get DNA from someone who has had a vasectomy. Seminal fluid does not have DNA in it. Sperm is what has the DNA. Her boyfriend did not have a vasectomy, her husband had one a few months before the murder.


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    Lane Gib

    Shame they couldn’t exhume her body and see if any evidence could be found, after all this time DNA has come a long way, if they could find the husbands dan on her then that would be proof that he did something to her, considering the way she felt about him.


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    Longwalker Jackson

    A recent “Cold Justice” episode featured this case. It was Kelly’s team that made the investigation for the show; there is no doubt that this loving young mother was killed by her abusive husband – NO doubt. The investigation’s probable cause report was presented to the county prosecutor; he passed but Kathy’s father will submit it to the Texas Attorney General. Grandfather Great Spirit sees everything.


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    Have they interviewed the children who were in bed to see if they heard anything after their mom came home that night?


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    I read Erin’s Blog, and there is a lot more to this story. Yes there should be justice for Kathy, but Mr. Fulton did not think what those signs would & did do to his granddaughters! There were other ways to keep the case alive, these signs did not show any love for his granddaughters, for these young girls to have to see the signs everyday. I do not think anyone here, if they were murdered would want their children to be reminded of it everyday for years. That’s why they ended up with the father’s family & he back out of their lives. As for Kathy’s grave, the Fulton’s were throwing away the father’s & girls flowers, so they did the same (from what Erin said) even the cross at the end of the street they did not like to see. Finding the killer now will not wash away all the pain that has been caused to her children, no matter who it is.


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    Hello everyone. For all of the friends and family of Kathy who are present on this page, I want to extend my deepest condolences for the loss of your loved one. I also grew up seeing these billboards on the side of IH-10 while passing through the area, and they stuck with me for all of my life. As an adult, I have become a journalist and have recently ventured into the world of podcasting. When reviewing the details of this story, I am overwhelmed with the desire to tell this story and possibly help bring justice to Kathy and her children. I am considering producing a podcast to do just that. We would tell the story, get it out to the public, and maybe even do a little investigative journalism. I am writing this to invite along anyone who would like to join me on this journey. I would like to begin talking to people who knew Kathy, knew/know Steve, and have information about the case. If you are interested, please send an email to the address listed below and I will reply as soon as possible. Thanks.



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      “IF” the vaginal swabs (which found semen with or without sperm) are still available then all that is needed is dna from steve! This could verify if steve did or didnt have sex with kathy. This wouldn’t clear him as a suspect but lead to checking out the two men / boyfriend mentioned in other post.


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    Sherry Valentine

    Me too


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    This article doesn’t mentioned that on that night the cop spotted a missing piece of carpet that had been cut out. Steve said he had been frying fish on the living room floor (SERIOUSLY?) and hot oil splattered out and burned the carpet, so he cut the ruined part out! The cop asked to see the swatch he removed and Steve told him he had already burned it with the trash. It was left at that and nothing else pursued. There are many suspicious acts by Steve Page, and blunders by Vidor PD not mentioned here. The on-scene investigation started with pictures being taken of the car and at her home…..there was no film in the camera! He got away with murder. He got custody of both girsl and moved out of state. One of his girls died of a drug overdose a few years later.


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      Just passed the sign driving through on a road trip…read the whole story. This is awful. Steve Page is a murderer. Keep this case alive!


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      To be fair, Vidor PD has never known how to investigate a white male. Were there any blacks involved that they could prosecute?


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      Here’s what I don’t get: why wasn’t the boyfriend named and did they question him? Now, I’m playing devils advocate bc I know there are people on here that know and are related to Kathy-but I’m a lawyer and there are multiple cases where peoOle were blamed for years, and even had strong circumstantial evidence but was proven innocent later. If people are so focused on Steve, then they may miss other suspects. That’s the problem with cases like this. People become so fixated that evidence could be staring right at them. Now-if Kathy came home and he raped her then killed her-wouldn’t the kids wake up? There are noise tests around. Everything i read is that the kids were sound asleep. This, “boyfriend,” could have killed her. A possible scenario is that she did indeed have sex with Steve and when she left, she met up with this guy. Maybe she didn’t want to have sex with him bc she had just had sex with Steve. He got angry and then raped and killed her. Does semen dictate how many people had vaginal intercourse with her? No. Maybe the other guys semen wasn’t released into her. Preejaculation? Well not sure if I can trust the people doing the autopsy. Who is roger Howell? He seems a bit off too? Is it possible that maybe Steve paid him to kill her when he called her friend and realized Kathy had lied to him? Or did he already know? I read his daughter believed there had to be more than one person.. well murder for hire? Now what I hate in all cases is when they focus on peoPles reaction to death. First and foremost-of you have never seen a dead body especially a fresh one-you’re lucky. I’m a 9/11 survivor. I was in ground zero when the first plane hit. I was severely injured with debris and even more mentally injured when I watched people leap to their death. I was in shock. I was screaming and it was so painful it may have appeared I was crying but the pain in my soul wouldn’t allow tears to come out. Does this mean I’m not hurting? Years later I had another blow in my life.. the love of my life died. We were on and off for 10 years. He was very famous and I’m well known and searchable on the web as I modeled and now do finance and contractual work in the entertainment industry. When I heard the news-(I was being released from the hospital from gallbladder surgery) I was silent. I had no emotion. I was in disbelief. Paparazzi tried to take my pic.. my friends waited for a response but I gave them nothing. It wasn’t until a month later when I finally broke down and really mourned-for weeks… i didn’t want to see his body and passed on the funeral for multiple reasons. I did have private time with the casket thanks to his parents but my emotions in the immediate moment is not what you envision. So you can’t judge a person by the way they handle shocking news and grief. Secondly, the cops reiterate that he looked down the street towards the car. I see people fishing for things. If you saw cop cars and lights wouldn’t you look as well? I suggest the family exume her body, hire a private detective, dna test, call on witnesses that saw her and the man that night.. etc.


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        Sandra SantaMarina

        “Does semen dictate how many people had vaginal intercourse with her? No.”

        Are you sure you are a lawyer? because obviously they would have been able to tell they have two different blood types of DNA. DNA can still be tested today. Dna testing became available in 1986 and by 1988 they had used it to convict.
        Now on to the boyfriend, who voluntarily submitted to a lie detector test and passed, why would he be a suspect to the police, he by all accounts was very forthcoming and readily available and his story checked out, sure he could be a person of interest but we all know in criminal investigation complicated is not the result of homicide it’s always our basic interest, love, money, jealousy, the boyfriend had her, her husband did not.
        Two stories the husband told, 1. his wife cut her leg shaving in the living room so he didn’t want to have police search the house (what women or girl shaves in the living room) 2. he was frying fish and spilled oil in the same spot kathy cut her legs shaving which also happens to be where they had sex (this piece of floor gets a lot of action) and just happened to be the area the whole page family was helping clean on their hands and knees scrubbing with all their might! (now I admit I added the all their might part but its not major)
        Your question about the kids hearing, how far is their rooms from where we believe he could have murdered her? Were the doors closed, people can sleep through gun shoots couldn’t these kids had slept through whatever noise, how much noise can you make when your being strangled?
        You but forth ideas and suggestions that just don’t mesh and one of the most bizarre incidents is STEVE was caught desecrating his wife’s GRAVE! why would an innocent loving man do that, hell why would anyone do that.


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        j sett

        According to Moseley, the boyfriend admitted that he and Kathy made love on the night she died:

        “He came to the police station and gave us a statement, and also voluntarily… gave us a polygraph examination, which he passed with flying colors.”


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        So apparently, you have a law degree? As well as being a 9/11 survivor, the last love of a famous person, and an entertainment lawyer and model, famous in your own right? You must be the most unusual, unique, interesting person in the WORLD!!!! But you can’t spell “exhume” or use common English grammar? Not buying it. I think you’re probably a friend of the husband. And, if you can’t figure out how a man could rape and murder his wife without his soundly sleeping children hearing it, then your “law degree” didn’t include a course on critical thinking.

        Let’s not forget that the boyfriend passed a polygraph “with flying colors,” (which can be done but not easily) and that there is a lot more to recommend the husband as the killer and while he has every right to exercise his constitutional protections against search and seizure and such without it being used to presume his guilt, if he was uncooperative with searches and the like, that certainly implies he is hiding something. I mean, a fish fry on the living room floor is believable, but the boyfriend’s polygraph isn’t convincing enough? Oooookaaaaaaay, then.


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    This is sad I pray justice is served.


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    32.8843° N, 95.9291° W


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    We need justice for Kathy, any updates on this case?


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    Just passed the sign! Keep her case alive!


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    Mrs Jordan

    I just passed the sign n read the story… I pray justice is served


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    Paula Sneed

    I have passed the billboard several times in the past few months and finally got Steve’s name. I just read about Kathy’s murder. I’m a loss of words. But it looks like the police failed to do their job the night she was murdered. I hope justice is served and her murderer found. I pray for justice one day for Kathy.


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    Kathy Page and Troy Dale Wilson along with Billy Wilson were at a convenience store in Vidor on S.Main having a very heated argument on the night she was murdered. Troy Wilson said quote I will kill you , you f@$king bi#ch.


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    Once determined local law not capable of putting 2 and 2 together, professionals should have been called in to investigate… I feel for her daughters, her father, her family…so sad but a murder has no closure so this cold case can be an reopened


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    Trying to help

    I wander what time that Kathy and her boyfriend Mosley had sex? And her husband Steve says that they had sex. And that she left around 11:15 -11:30


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    What does a vasectomy have to do with the evidence and how can anyone tell?


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    sue ross

    A very good friend of mine. R.I.P. Kathy. She may be gone and charging for her murder may have stopped but your not forgotten by me and to this day I still believe her husband Steve was the one who killed my beloved friend


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    Eric W Bohannon

    Kathy’s sex partner had a vasectomy. The boyfriend had not. What if The Boyfriend had a vasectomy, and did not tell her.


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    Armchair Detective

    Sure the motive and evidence revealed points at Steve… But as for why a more complete investigation did not happen, or why this never went to trial… pretty easy to deduce: Kathy was an adultress… she went to meet a “Anonymous” boyfriend at a hotel.. why a Hotel??? Because he was also maried… and comitting Adultery on his Wife and family…
    Whoever this person was has been kept fairly secret… his name does not appear in any of the reports Ive read… and it will remain a mystery… UNLESS THIS GOES TO TRIAL.
    I think the reason they never made any case was to protect the identy of the Boyfriend.. innocent maybe of her murder.. but just as guilty as she was of Abandoning Spouse and Family.
    But his case was to be kept quiet. His Social standing and any Political ties kept secured… as long as it doesnt go to trial he is safe… reputation and family life preserved.


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      Armchair Detective

      I read further… found and read the Court Documents of the Civil Trial… the Boyfriends Name does not appear there either (or has been removed)… there was a certain amount of propper investigation and recording done, but questionable is why Steve was able to deny the police entry to investigate the house… and why the police did not get a search warrant at the time of original investigation… ie same day of murder. Investigation of premesis was delayed untill after the family deep cleaned the carpet in area where Steve had admitted to having sex with Kathy the previous evening… where she was probably killed… where her nose was probably broken, and where she probably left blood evidence… conveniently cleaned up because Steve accidently spilled something there that smelled bad and needed to be gotten up out of the carpet… in the exact same place he supposedly had relations with her… wow what a coincidence… Not.

      Not to in any way exhonorate Steve… but our Country has a damnable double standard when it comes to Marital infidelity… A woman can put her husband on a shelf for years, deny him his marital rights and kill him spiritually with Contention and Marital Abuse… thats Ok… but when something like this happens, everyone screams for His Blood… and forgets Her Guilt… and potential years of mental abuse that lead up to the night when the Last Straw (She Committed Adultery on him) broke… and he (presumably) lashed out violently and killed her.
      In my oppinion He probably killed her in a fit of rage.. a crime of passion.. and is not innocent, but niether was she…
      We have a sick double standard today in our courts… this also should be addressed… but since adultery is on every television channel and marriage today is given so little value, I dont expect it to change any time soon.


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        None of your idiotic reasons to try and find Kathy responsible for her murder are an excuse for murder. No one should be murdered because of the things you mention. No one. For you to even make those comments on a webpage about her murder, is not only disgusting, despicable and heartless, it shows you have zero empathy for her family that may read your post. Keep your judgemental comments to yourself, no one wants to hear them. You are only hurting the people who are still grieving her unsolved murder.


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        I completely agree with your reason why the case never went to trial. The “other man” would be revealed. But Kathy and Steve were technically separated at the time. She had a right to go out. The fact that her date is a well respected adulterer should not take precedence over prosecuting a murderer.


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        Armchair douchebag

        Totally. Women can abuse men mentally and emotionally, but when the guy kills her, he’s the “bad guy”. Whatta double standard


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          It is so true! No more, TIMES UP!


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          Yeah Armchair Douchebag when a man kills a woman for WHATEVER reason, he IS the bad guy! There’s no excuse for murder. And it’s scary that you think there is.


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            @JusticeShouldBeServed I’m guessing you didn’t pick up on his sarcasm..?? Obviously he’s trying to show @armchairdetective how ridiculous his statements are.

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      Trying to help

      Also they said the soft drinks. This means two.? Also they said that they were in the front seat. They didn’t say a drink holder or a concole. .


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      How dare you… Kathy and that murderer Steve page weren’t even living together let alone having sex. Her boyfriend didn’t kill her STEVE did. Furthermore I’d forget about justice if I were the family. I’d set my sights on Steve and put him away for good. He already caused his daughter to overdose and die. It’s his turn


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    Too bad they couldn’t post the video of Steve Page desecrating Kathy’s grave site. He is an evil SOB that got away with murder due to an incompetent police detective that was more concerned with eating fried chicken and donuts than actually doing his job. I think the only reason he was ever promoted to detective is because he was too over weight to be a patrol officer. The guy never got out of his car unless he absolutely had to. He preferred to do his “detecting” from drive-bys, phone calls, and asking people to come to the station by phone or mail.


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    Brad T.

    So the fact is the Vidor police showed complete incompetence with the investigation. Anyone from Vidor knows who Ray Moseley is. He has a very bad reputation for his incompetence and being crooked. The police did not search the house until 10 years after the murder. There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that Steve Page killed her. If the police would have done their job and searched the house and immediate surroundings, I am certain they would have found enough evidence to file charges against Steve; however, the extremely tragic truth is, they waited 10 years to get a warrant and by then, there was nothing to find. Vidor is a small town and still relies on the “good ol’ boy” system for hiring of local government and law enforcement. This is how Ray Moseley made detective and why he is now police chief. The Vidor police departments greatest expertise is covering up their own criminal acts and negligence.


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    There’s evidence in this case that should lead to a prosecution. Steve Page looks like a likely suspect. Jealousy is a strong motive. It’s possible Steve followed her later or found out where she was staying. Redressing the victim shows a close relationship between offender and victim. Most criminals they just want to finish the victim quickly and get out of the area. That car was definitely staged that was good police work. The only thing in Steve’s behalf is that he had 2 young daughters. That would crush those girls to know their Mom had been murdered. I don’t think Steve could have faced them everyday if he killed Kathy. It’s tough to disguise guilt as children are quite perceptive. Interesting case. Hope they find Kathy’s killer. What do you Unsolved Mysteries watchers think?


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    here we go

    Where is DNA in all this? Can the evidence not be re-examined with up to date tools of investigation?


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    I think this is a perfect case for cold justice!


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    Kathy’s daughter Erin has created a blog to campaign for the arrest and trial of Steve Page:



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    Hard to believe Steve never took a lie detector test. Seems like the State should have helped in the case since the forensics needed to find the killer should have been state of the art. Why wasn’t there probable cause for a search of the house when she first was discovered. Luminal and high tech science for the time should have been used as soon as the crime was committed. Also, because such a short time passed between the actual murder and finding of the body, it would have been hard to hide all the evidence right after the crime. Hard to believe the cops did not go into the house and collect everything and do it with a fine tooth comb. Amazing. Hard to believe call records are not known for an actual fact and times of the calls and where they were placed are not completely nailed down. I would bet that if a new set of eyes from some of the cold case units around the country put there minds to it, the case could be cracked. A total stranger would just have left her where they killed her and would have just left the scene- no staging. The killer knew her and had to make it look like an accident in order to prevent the police from looking his way. Too much evidence pointing toward Steve and no other suspects. Hard to imagine her having sex with 2 men in one night and driving from city to city and then meeting up with someone else being killled in a third scene and then being dropped off in the fourth scene ( which is so close to her house ) all in about 3 five hours. Lot easier to believe she left Beaumont at 2:30 and got home about 3:00 then got into the altercation with Steve then was dumped close because he had to be back at the house to establish some alibi and clean up the scene and relax so he would look as if he might have just gotten up. The car was found at 4:30 and it must have been there a while- was the hood hot or did they not check that. So, she was killed, redressed, driven to the dump site pushed into the ditch, and the scene staged all in less than 1.5 hours by a total stranger- Not very plausible.
    Also, if Steve would not have been in the house or if he would have been more cooperative with the police by allowing them unrestricted access to the house, it would be a whole lot easier to believe his “story.” It is always hard to believe someone who is less than 100% open and cooperative. He makes himself look guilty no matter how you slice it. I would have searched everything he owned including his car and her car and every inch of the house. Without his full cooperation, he can only be looked at with great suspicion. If he did not do it, he should have been more than happy to open his premises for a complete investigation.

    I will be keeping up with this case. I hope the police will too.


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      How do you know they never searched his house or his car? Also, how do you know they never got the actual phone records? Just because they don’t say so on here, doesn’t mean they didn’t do it.


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      sherry Valentine

      I think you are very accurate. I believe Kathy’s case can be solved, should have been solved long ago, and perhaps Monica might still be with us if it had been


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I hereby grant to you the non-exclusive, irrevocable and unconditional right to describe, relate, publish and/or exploit My Materials in such manner as you shall elect, in whole or in part, on your websites and in print and electronic form or in any other media now or hereafter known or devised (including without limitation, books), and in related products and services in connection with any exploitation thereof (including but not limited to clothing, bumper stickers, mugs, toys, posters and other printed materials, and any related promotion and advertising of such items), throughout the universe in perpetuity, and in any advertising, promotion and publicity related thereto in all media now existing or to come into existence in the future. I agree that you shall have the right to edit, change, add to, take from, rearrange, vary, embellish, alter, modify, revise, translate, reformat and/or reprocess My Materials in any manner you may in your sole discretion determine and to use them as you in your sole discretion may determine and to make derivative works of the same, in whole or in part, or not to use any of My Materials, without notifying me and without obligation to me; and I waive any right to inspect or approve the final display or other exploitation of My Materials now or in the future, whether that use is known to me or unknown, and I waive any right to royalties or any other compensation arising from or related to the use of My Materials. I waive any right to sue even if what I feel was created was defamatory.I hereby give Unsolved.com (hereafter referred to as “you”) the right to make visual and audio recordings of me, and I give you the irrevocable right to use such recordings as well as my name, voice, appearance, activities and experiences in connection with the website unsolved.com. Such use includes promotions, publicity and advertising.

I represent and warrant that I have the right to enter into this agreement and to grant, without the consent of any third parties, all the rights herein granted; that I have not exclusively granted or assigned or otherwise transferred such rights to any third parties; and that there are no claims, litigation or other proceedings pending or threatened which could in any way impair, limit or diminish the rights granted to you hereunder. I, on behalf of myself, my successors, heirs, representatives and assigns, hereby irrevocably covenant that I will not assert a claim or maintain an action or suit and will not consent to the assertion or maintenance by others of any claim, action or suit (including, but not limited to claims, actions or suits for invasion of my rights of privacy, rights of publicity, defamation or rights in the nature of “droit moral”) of any kind on account of the exercise by you of any of the rights herein granted or agreed to be granted to you.

I represent and warrant that if any minors appear in My Materials, I am the mother, father or duly appointed guardian of such minors or have the irrevocable permission of the parents or duly appointed guardian(s) of such minors to grant the rights set forth herein to you on behalf of such minors.
I agree to indemnify and defend you, and hold you harmless from and against any and all liability, losses, damages, costs, expenses (including but not limited to attorneys’ fees), judgments and penalties arising out of, resulting from, based upon or incurred because of the breach of any warranty, representation or agreement made by me hereunder (including, without limitation, with respect to any claims that I lack the authority to grant all of the rights (including rights of third parties and minors) herein granted). I agree that I will have no rights to terminate or rescind any rights granted to you hereunder or to enjoin the publication, production, exhibition or distribution or exploitation of any work based thereon.


This release is governed by and shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California, United States of America, without regards to its principles of conflicts of law.

1.In the event of any dispute arising out of or in connection with this agreement or otherwise in connection with your websites or My Materials, such dispute shall be submitted to arbitration in the County of Los Angeles, State of California, United States of America in accordance with the commercial rules and regulations of the American Arbitration Association then in effect (as amended herein), provided that said arbitration shall be heard before a single arbitrator, who shall be a retired judge, selected pursuant to such rules and regulations, and shall be conducted on an expedited basis and in confidence.

  1. The arbitrator’s decision shall be controlled by the terms and conditions of this agreement and any other agreements I may enter into with you, and shall be final and binding, and shall provide for each party to bear its own costs of arbitration and attorneys’ fees. Each party expressly waives any right to a jury. Judgment upon the award of the arbitrator may be entered or enforced in any court of competent jurisdiction.

This agreement shall bind my heirs, administrators, representatives, executors and assigns forever. You shall have the right to assign any or all of your rights hereunder to any person, firm or entity in your sole discretion. I may not assign this agreement to any third party, and any purported attempt to do so shall be deemed null and void ab initio.

I give you the foregoing permission with the knowledge and understanding that you will incur substantial expense in reliance thereon. If any part of this agreement is held invalid or unenforceable, that portion shall be construed in a manner consistent with applicable law to reflect, as nearly as possible, the original intentions of the parties, and the remaining portions shall remain in full force and effect.

I am of the age of majority in my state of residence (which is typically 18 years of age in most states) and competent to contract in my own name. I HAVE READ THIS SUBMISSION RELEASE AND I FULLY UNDERSTAND AND FREELY ACCEPT THE CONTENTS AND MEANING OF THIS AGREEMENT. I AGREE TO BE BOUND HEREBY AND INDICATE MY ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS BY CLICKING THE BOX BELOW. MY electronic consent to this Agreement (or to any other agreement between ME AND YOU), whether by clicking THE BOX BELOW or similar buttons provided in conjunction with any such agreement, shall constitute MY electronic signature and, according to the provisions of UNITED STATES federal law (INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, UNITED STATES COPYRIGHT LAW), shall be of the same effect as if I had signed such agreement manually. UPON YOUR request, I agree to sign a non-electronic version of this Agreement. A printed version of this Agreement and/or of any notice given in electronic form shall be admissible in judicial, administrative, or arbitration proceedings based upon or relating to this Agreement to the same extent and subject to the same conditions as other business documents and records originally generated.

Complaints about content, including complaints arising state or federal law involving the unsolved website should be made to unsolved@unsolved.com or at Unsolved Mysteries, 4303 W. Verdugo Ave., Burbank, CA  91505.  For questions regarding Unsolved’s compliance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act please see our DMCA policy [https://unsolved.com/dcma-agreement/]



Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. (“CMP”) provides www.unsolved.com (the “Website”) and related services for your personal non-commercial use only and subject to your compliance with this Privacy Statement and Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. Terms of Use Agreement. Please read this Agreement carefully before using this Website. Your use of this Website constitutes your acceptance to be bound by this Agreement without limitation, qualification or change. If at any time you do not accept all the terms and conditions of this Agreement, you must immediately discontinue use of this Website. This Agreement sets forth Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. policies with respect to its operation of this Website.

Certain products or services offered by this Website may be governed by additional terms (“Additional Terms”) presented in conjunction with those products or services. You must agree to these Additional Terms before using those areas or Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. Services. The Additional Terms and this Agreement shall apply equally. In the event of an irreconcilable inconsistency between the Additional Terms and this Agreement, the Additional Terms shall control.


This Agreement informs you of Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. practices with respect to the online collection, use, and disclosure of personal information from the Website. Personal information is information that allows us to contact you (such as email address, home address, or telephone number) or other information that, when linked to your name or contact information, allows us to personalize your visit to our Website by providing you with information that suits your interests.


Personal Data

We collect information (whether online, by phone, or by paper) that enables CMP to identify or contact you (“Personal Data”) to carry out our business purposes.  CMP Sites collect this information for a variety of business reasons, including but not limited to, providing tips, registering for an CMP event or program, purchasing CMP products or services, or otherwise interacting with CMP.

The types of Personal Data we collect include, but are not limited to:

  • General data (e.g., names, dates of birth, home and business addresses, email addresses, Internet protocol addresses and mobile/landline business/personal telephone numbers that are provided by our members/customers)
  • Professional data (e.g., occupation and state of residence)
  • Other identification information (e.g., photographs)
  • Sensitive Personal Data (e.g., racial or ethnic origin, sexual orientation and disability data) for diversity or accessibility purposes based upon information you provide us.

Personal data is not collected without your providing that information to us.

Non-Personal Data

We collect information (whether online, by phone, or by paper) that does not directly identify you as you interact with our Sites (“Non-Personal Data”). The types of Non-Personal Data we collect includes, but is not limited to:

  • Site usage (e.g., browsing history, search terms, number of clicks, referring/exit pages, date/time stamp, time on Site)
  • Products and services viewed, including advertisements for such products and services
  • Computer type, operating system and platform type
  • Internet service provider



In addition to the uses described above, we use your Personal Data, sometimes combined with Non-Personal Data, in a variety of ways including, but not limited to:

Personal Data

  • Identify you when you visit our Sites
  • Provide service communications such as invoices, order confirmations, registrations and customer service messages
  • Provide products, information and services you request or that we think you may be interested in
  • Respond to your emails or online requests for products, services, or information
  • Deliver and process surveys
  • Personalize and improve the usability of the Sites
  • Fulfill and/or deliver CMP products and services
  • Tailor content, advertising and marketing to you
  • We do not publish or aggregate credit card information or personal identification numbers such as social security numbers.

Non-Personal Data

We use Non-Personal Data to improve the usability of our Sites and for other business reasons. We or other third-party companies also use the Non-Personal Data to provide advertisements and targeted advertisements to you (ads based on the Non-Personal Data). We do not provide Personal Data to third parties with whom we share your Non-Personal Data. Please note that, when you select an advertising link or other link that takes you to sites not operated by CMP, you may be subject to the privacy policies of these third-party sites.


We may also obtain demographic and other personally identifiable information (such as your name, email address, password and PIN) that you voluntarily give to us when choosing to participate in various activities related to the Unsolved Application, including chat, posting messages in comment sections or in our forums, liking posts, sending feedback, and responding to surveys. 


If you do not turn off your phone’s location services, you may send us your geographic location.  If your camera roll is set to share, you may make your camera roll available to us.  If you have signed up to receive push notifications, you will receive those from the Unsolved Application.



We share your Personal Data, sometimes combined with Non-Personal Data, in a variety of ways including, but not limited to the below:

  • Share data with third parties to fulfill service requests and to perform business functions (e.g., CMP contracts with third parties to provide services on our behalf such as customer support and consulting services; 
  • Share data with third parties as required by law or to protect CMP in the good-faith belief that such action is necessary to: (a) conform to legal requirements or comply with legal process served on the CMP; (b) protect and defend CMP’s rights or property; or (c) protect the personal safety of CMP personnel or members of the public in appropriate circumstances.
  • Share data with third parties if CMP and/or its assets (or a portion of its assets) are sold, assigned, transferred, or merged, or if CMP undergoes some other change including a change to its corporate form or as part of a bankruptcy proceeding. 
  • Share data with third parties to offer you products and services that may be of interest to you professionally or personally (e.g., apps or software).  Users can request their information to be removed from such lists by contacting us.
  • Share data with third parties under other unanticipated situations, but only with your consent.
  • Share your email address, but only as permitted by the CMP Email Policy, as follows:

Your email address will be used only by the CMP, its entities and CMP vendors performing member services, or offering products on CMP’s behalf.  CMP does not sell or rent email addresses to anyone outside the CMP, nor does CMP share email addresses to unrelated third-parties, affiliates, or CMP members.  CMP also shares your email address with third parties to enable CMP to take security measures to help protect against unauthorized access to or unauthorized alteration, disclosure, or destruction of data.  Finally, CMP shares email addresses with third parties as necessary for CMP to perform certain services on our behalf, such as packaging, mailing and delivering products and processing event registrations and to respond to your service requests.



You can manage your profile and email preferences, including “opting out” of email by contacting us. If you prefer to receive hard copy mailings only from CMP, you can contact us and request to have your name and address removed from the list we provide to third parties.


For California residents, please consult the “California Privacy Rights” section for additional considerations. 


Our processing of your data is based upon your consent, contract performance (e.g., your purchase of products), legitimate business interest (e.g., direct marketing of goods and services), or compliance with law.  You have the right to object to our processing of your data or to restrict our processing of your data. In addition, if you have consented to the processing of your Personal Data, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time.



In addition to the rights as explained in this Privacy Policy, under California law, California residents who provide personal information (as defined in the statute) to obtain products or services for personal, family, or household use are entitled to request and obtain from us, once a calendar year, information about the personal information we shared, if any, with other businesses for marketing uses. If applicable, this information would include the categories of personal information and the names and addresses of those businesses with which we shared such personal information for the immediately prior calendar year (e.g., requests made in the current year will receive information about the prior year).


To obtain this information please write to us at:



4303 Verdugo Ave.

Burbank, CA  91505


 Attn: CMP -- California Privacy Law.


Please include your full name and address.



CMP complies with the Canada Anti-Spam Law which requires you to opt-in to receive unauthorized Commercial Electronic Messages (as defined under the Canada Anti-Spam Law).




CMP implements commercially reasonable security measures to help protect against unauthorized access to or unauthorized alteration, disclosure, or destruction of data. Except for membership directories, membership lists and registration lists, and the sharing of information as set forth in this Privacy Policy, we restrict access to Personal Data to certain companies who need the data to operate, develop, or improve our services. These individuals or partner organizations are bound by confidentiality obligations and may be subject to discipline, including termination and criminal prosecution, if they fail to meet these obligations.


Unfortunately, no data transmission over the Internet or electronic storage is fully secure. Accordingly, and despite our reasonable efforts to protect your Personal Data from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure, CMP cannot guarantee or warrant the security of the Personal Data you transmit to us, or to or from our online Sites. If you have questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us.


Certain areas of the Sites require the use of a user ID, email address, or password as an additional security measure that helps protect your Personal Data.  To help you protect your privacy, these Sites have tools to help you log in and log out.


We rely on you to update and correct your Personal Data.  If you are a user of our Sites, subscriber to [CMP product], purchaser of CMP products and services, you can review, update and correct your information directly on CMP’s website or by contacting us using the information in the “Contact Information” section below.


Typically, we retain your Personal Data for the period necessary to fulfill the purposes outlined in this Privacy Policy, unless a longer retention period is required or permitted by law.  This may include retaining your Personal Data indefinitely, even after you are no longer a CMP member, in order to provide you with future marketing opportunities and other purposes, as well as to comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, or enforce any of our agreements.  


Please note that you can request, at any time, that we delete your Personal Data.  All requests must be directed to the contact in the “Contact Information” section below.  We can decide to delete your Personal Data if we believe that the data is incomplete, inaccurate, or that our continued use and storage are contrary to our obligations to other members, individuals, or third parties.  When we delete your Personal Data, it will be removed from our active databases or anonymized so that the data is no longer identified with you, but the data may remain in our archives if CMP determines that it is not practical or possible to delete it.

Your Personal Data is processed in the United States, where privacy laws may be less stringent than the laws in your country and where the government, courts, or law enforcement may be able to access your data.  By submitting your Personal Data to us, you agree to the transfer, storage and processing of your Personal Data in the United States.

You, as the data subject, have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in particular in the Member State of your habitual residence, place of work, or place of the alleged infringement, if you believe that the processing of your personal data does not comply with legal requirements.

In the event we determine the occurrence of a data security incident, we will notify you by email, US mail, telephone, or other means as permitted by law.

If you have questions, comments, or complaints concerning our privacy practices or if you wish to change, access, or remove your Personal Data, please contact us as indicated below.  We will attempt, where practical, to respond to your requests and to provide you with additional privacy related information.

Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. is the owner of this Website and retains all ownership rights to the information collected at this Website. Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. reserves the right to change, modify, add, or remove provisions of this Privacy Statement. Any changes to this Privacy Statement will be posted here, and we encourage you to check back from time to time. In addition, Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. will notify registered users of changes as they occur.

We allow third-party companies to serve ads and/or collect certain anonymous information when you visit our web site. These companies may use non-personally identifiable information (e.g., click stream information, browser type, time and date, subject of advertisements clicked or scrolled over) during your visits to this and other Web sites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services likely to be of greater interest to you. These companies typically use a cookie or third party web beacon to collect this information. To learn more about this behavioral advertising practice or to opt-out of this type of advertising, you can visit networkadvertising.org. Your use of the site constitutes your agreement to accept cookies, beacons and third-party advertising. Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. assumes no responsibility for third-party ads.

ARTICLE 1. Personalization
1.1 We may use the contact information you give us to better tailor your Website experience to your interests, and to send you information about Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. and its services as well as promotional material on behalf of some of our partners. We may use other information that you provide to us to show you content in which you may be interested and to display the content according to your preferences. We will also share this information within Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. in order to enhance your experience on this and other Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. Websites.
1.2 In addition, we may share this information with advertisers or other third parties that are not part of the Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. family on an aggregate or other basis that does not disclose your identity or contact information.

ARTICLE 2. Online Surveys/Contests
2.1 From time to time, we may conduct online surveys and contests. These may ask you for contact information (like name or email address) and demographic information (like zip code or age).
2.2 We may use this contact information from our surveys and contests to provide you with information about our company and promotional material on behalf of some of our partners, and to contact you when necessary.

ARTICLE 3. Shopping/Commercial Services
3.1 This Website may offer shopping services, which may be offered by us or by a firm that operates a store under contract with us. If our Website offers shopping or other commercial services, you will use a customer order form to request information, products, and services. The order form will ask you to give us contact information (like name or email address), financial information (like account or credit card numbers), and demographic information (like zip code or age).

3.2 We will use the financial information that you provide to bill you for products and services. By giving our Website your credit card and related personal information, you are authorizing our store to give that information to the merchant and credit card company in order to confirm and fulfill your order.

3.3 We will use contact information from the order form to fulfill your orders. We may also use contact data to get in touch with you when necessary. We will not otherwise use or distribute your financial information without your prior approval.

ARTICLE 4. Public forums
4.1 This Website may make available chat rooms, blogs, forums, message boards, and news groups. Please remember that any information that you disclose in these areas becomes public information and you should exercise caution when deciding to disclose your personal information. Information disclosed by you or by others enters the public domain and may be freely used by any other persons or entities using the site.

ARTICLE 5. Information Sharing With Third Parties
5.1 From time to time we may enter into a special relationship with another company that is not owned by Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. to provide additional features at this Website. These special relationships may include “powered by” partners, business partners, sponsors, and co-branded sites (referred to here as “co-branded pages”). These might include, for example, pages that share our name and that of another entity. You should look for a specific privacy statement on any such co-branded page. Any personal information that you provide when signing up at one of those co-branded pages may be shared with our third party partner. You should also check our partner’s website for information regarding its privacy policies.

5.2 Also, the nature of some features of our Website may require that we share personal information about you with persons or companies outside of Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. For example, this may occur at a feature that enables you, via our Website, to ask questions of persons or entities that are not part of Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. By responding to those features of the site, whether by email or direct entry of information on our Website, you are consenting to our transferring that information to such persons or entities.

5.3 With respect to specific registration modules, like contests, we may disclose personal information collected, and we may post a conspicuous statement on the registration module to the effect that we will be disclosing the information collected with third parties.

5.4 Finally, we may share any of the information collected from you with these other non- Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc companies in an aggregate basis. The aggregated information is not linked to any information that can identify you.

ARTICLE 6. IP Address and Log Files
6.1 We may use your IP address to administer our Website, to help diagnose problems with our server, to analyze trends, to track users’ webpage movements, to help identify you and your shopping cart, and to gather broad demographic information for aggregate use.

ARTICLE 7. Cookies
7.1 This Website may use a standard technology called a “cookie” to collect information about how you use the Website. Cookies reside on your computer and help our Website to recognize your computer’s browser as a previous visitor. This information allows us to customize delivery of information. For example, our Website may use cookies to save and remember registration information or preferences that you may have set while browsing the Website, to keep track of your shopping cart, to ensure you don’t see the same ad content repeatedly, to deliver content specific to your interests, and to save your password so you do not have to re-enter it each time you visit our site. We use cookies only to gather information as indicated in this policy.

7.2 In addition, on occasion our site may also set a “session cookie” which helps us administer the Website. The session cookie expires when you close your browser and does not retain any information about you after it expires.

7.3 Finally, we may also use an ad network provider to help present advertisements on this and other Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. websites. This ad network provider, like other advertising service vendors, uses cookies, web beacons, or similar technologies on the hard drive of your computer to serve you advertisements tailored to interests you have shown by browsing on this and other sites you have visited, and to determine whether you have seen a particular advertisement before and to avoid sending you duplicate advertisements. In doing so, the provider collects non-personal data such as your browser type, your operating system, web pages visited, time of visits, content viewed, ads viewed, and other clickstream data. The use of cookies, web beacons, or similar technologies by these ad network providers is subject to their own privacy policies, not ours, and Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. assumes no responsibility for the collection or use of such information.

ARTICLE 8. Banner Advertising
8.1 We have contracted with an ad-service to place banner advertising on our Website. All of the data provided and generated by the ad-server software remains in our possession. This feature of our Website may, on occasion, set “cookies” on your computer. Any information collected or stored by the ad-service or the cookies is treated in the same manner as other information described in this statement.

ARTICLE 9. Children’s Personal Information
9.1 Consistent with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act:

9.1.1 This site does NOT collect, use, or disclose personal information (including online contact information) of children under the age of thirteen (13).

9.1.2 In the event that a child under the age of 13 attempts to register on our site, we will NOT accept the registration and will delete information received from the child.

9.1.3 In the event that a child posts personal information in a public forum such as a chat room, we will attempt to delete that information once we become aware of it.

ARTICLE 10. Security of Your Personal Information
10.1 Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. employs reasonable security measures consistent with standard industry practice, for information collected through this Website. We believe that we have adequate security measures in place in our physical facilities to protect against the loss, misuse, or alteration of the information we collect on our Website. We also use internal protections to limit access to users’ personal information to only those employees who need the information to perform a specific job.

ARTICLE 11. Sale or Merger
11.1 If this Website is sold to, or merges with, another company not owned by Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc., you should expect that some or all of the information collected from this Website may be transferred to the buyer/surviving company. If so, CMP will seek to obligate the acquiring company to use any personal information transferred by this Website in a manner consistent with this statement, but cannot guarantee that it will be able to impose that requirement or that the acquiring company will comply.

ARTICLE 12. Legal Process
12.1 You should be aware that Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. may be required to disclose your personal information to the government or third parties under certain circumstances, such as in court or regulatory proceedings.

ARTICLE 13.  Contacting the Website

13.1        If you have any questions about this Privacy Statement, the practices of this Website, or your dealings with this Website, please contact us at: unsolved@unsolved.com.

ARTICLE 14.  general information

14.1        Choice of Law:  This Agreement and the Additional Terms shall be governed by, construed and enforced in accordance with the laws of the State of California , as it is applied to agreements entered into and to be performed entirely within such state, without regard to conflict of law principles.

14.2        Choice of Forum:  You agree that any cause of action you or Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. brings to enforce this Agreement and/or the Additional Terms, or in connection with any matters related to this Website and/or the Privacy Statement, shall be submitted to arbitration in the County of Los Angeles, State of California, United States of America in accordance with the commercial rules and regulations of the American Arbitration Association then in effect (as amended herein), provided that said arbitration shall be heard before a single arbitrator, who shall be a retired judge, selected pursuant to such rules and regulations, and shall be conducted on an expedited basis and in confidence. The arbitrator’s decision shall be controlled by the terms and conditions of this agreement and any other agreements I may enter into with you, and shall be final and binding, and shall provide for each party to bear its own costs of arbitration and attorneys’ fees.  Each party expressly waives any right to a jury.  Judgment upon the award of the arbitrator may be entered or enforced in any court of competent jurisdiction. 

14.4        If any provision of this Agreement, or the application thereof to any person or circumstances, is held invalid or for any reason unenforceable then such provision shall be deemed superseded by a valid, enforceable provision that matches, as closely as possible, the original provision, and the other provisions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.  The failure of either party to insist upon strict performance of any provision of this Agreement shall not be construed as a waiver of any provision or right.  Unless expressly provided otherwise, this Agreement is the entire agreement between you and Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. with respect to the use of this Website and shall not be modified except in writing, signed by an authorized representative of Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc.

ARTICLE 15.  European Union and Other Foreign Nations

15.1        This Website is governed by and operated in accordance with the laws of United States of America and is intended for enjoyment of residents of the United States.  Cosgrove Meurer Productions, Inc. makes no representation that this Website is governed by or operated in accordance with the laws of other nations.  By using this Website and submitting any personal information, visitors from outside of the United States acknowledge this Website is subject to U.S. law, consent to the transfer of personal data to the U.S., and waive any claims that may arise under their own national laws.