The Bossman in The Bighouse

Friday, August 11, 2006

The Disappearance of Millionairess Mary Jacqueline Levitz. Mississippi 1995

Originally aired on March 9, 2006
Mary Jacqueline Levitz, widow of Ralph Levitz, co-founder of Levitz furniture, was described as a woman who never forgot where she came from because family and friends were always important to her. After the death of her husband, Mary moved back to her roots of Vicksburg, Mississippi in early 1995. Mary had many friends and no known enemies, but on November 20, 1995 police made a gruesome discovery. Upon arrival, police found the front door unlocked. Inside, fingernail tips were scattered on the floor. Further investigation revealed that Mary's bedroom mattress was covered in blood matching her blood type. Despite the assistance of the F.B.I. and a $200,000 dollar reward, police could not locate Levitz. Was it a kidnapping gone wrong or murder. Click on the web links below, read the case files and if you know where Mary Jacqueline Levitz, contact the authorities.
Mary Jacqueline Levitz
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Also, be sure to see our other cases that have been featured in The Bighouse.
Thank you,
Darrell "The Bossman" Bartell


Blogger Jean Thornton said...

at the she had men working for her if you would please go back through the files and look for 2 men in there mid 50s with gray hair and they drove a white car its either a 79 are a 80 car it has white vinal also on the top but half way from the middle of the car all the way down the back glass and on both back side windows has a diamond shape on both sides and the back glass has 3 diamond shape also.

10:45 AM  
Blogger Jean Thornton said...

ment a white car also with white vinal on top

10:47 AM  
Blogger Linda armstrong said...

It's a well known secret she is believed to be buried under the new convention center in vicksburg. REportably in th red clay and the foundation poured over her. It goes higher than people think.

4:37 AM  

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