The Charley Project began as the Missing Persons Cold Case Network (MPCCN), which was founded in 2001 by Jennifer Marra. It was designed as a publicity vehicle for cold cases of missing people. (Jennifer Marra had also founded
The Doe Network.) She resigned from the MPCCN and turned control in December 2003 over to
Meaghan Good. Meaghan ran it until March 2004, when it was attacked by hackers and had to be taken offline. Meaghan founded The Charley Project in October 2004; it contains much of the content of the former MPCCN.
Timeline of Important Additions:
October 12, 2004: Charley Project founded.
December 30, 2004: Links list split into two parts: missing persons organizations and individual missing people.
January 9, 2005: Disclaimer added.
January 28, 2005: Alphabetical indexes of cases added.
January 30, 2005: Links divided again into five separate pages.
January 31, 2005: Criteria for case inclusion added.
March 23, 2005: Linking banners added.
March 25, 2005: Recommended books added.
April 1, 2005: Chronological indexes of cases added.
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