A Beautiful Video of Morgan…Color My World


Dennis Crowley from Wheels of Hope For the Missing created the following video to honor Morgan’s life today on the 5th anniversary of her death.  We miss Morgan so much – our hearts are breaking.

We are extremely grateful to Dennis for organizing an online Facebook event for her today called Color My World – you can click on this event, click “going” and view all the beautiful posts, comments and memories.


Dennis posted: Morgan, like myself and all of us are touched by music. When I first saw the photograph I used to make the cover for this event I immediately thought of the song, “Colour My World” recorded by the group Chicago. I can’t think of a more appropriate way to honor Morgan’s life than by using that song to send the message that Morgan did color The World.

So in honor of Morgan and this day, I present to you this very special video I created for her and her family.



New Event To Celebrate Morgan…see below

color-my-worldPlease share this online event to honor Morgan. December 2nd will be the 5th anniversary of her death. Click on the link below, please click on “going” and feel free to write a message in the comment section. We are very honored that Dennis Crowley organized this online event for Morgan in order to celebrate her life, and spread awareness of the seriousness of stalking.  Thank you so much Dennis!


Dennis wrote:

Hello Everyone!

This coming Friday, December 2, 2016 marks the fifth anniversary of the death of Morgan Jennifer Ingram. Despite overwhelming and mounting evidence pointing to felony stalking and homicide, law enforcement quickly dismissed the death and closed the case leaving the killer(s) to walk free. Undaunted by a system that failed an innocent life, the family of Morgan Jennifer Ingram continues to fight for Justice and to keep the memory of Morgan alive.

Thankfully, due to the efforts of Morgan’s mother, Toni Ingram, the public has been made more aware of the realities of stalking and her crusade has no doubt helped save countless lives here in America and around the world. Through this event it is my hope and prayer that this crusade will be further advanced and that a sacred human life will be honored.

Please feel free to share any and all of the content on this event page. Many of the things here were created by myself as a unique way to introduce Morgan to the world. All the photos were lovingly entrusted to me by Morgan’s family to make the posters, etc. and I ask that you respect that trust. Further information can be found about Morgan on facebook and the web at the following links below.

Thank you all for participating in this event and for helping me to honor this precious young lady and to Keep Hope Alive for justice!

Dennis Crowley
President/Founder – Wheels of Hope for the Missing

Website – http://morganingram.com/index.html
Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/morgansstalking/

Why? Because Morgan deserves justice.


Keep those tips coming in – every little piece that comes in makes up the whole picture.  

Morgan’s stalker(s)/murderer(s) still live among us.  Help protect the next victim by doing the right thing, calling or texting in any information you may have…you can do so anonymously if you would prefer.  These people don’t care about taking Morgan’s life.  People like that do not value human life  – that makes them very dangerous.  

Please be a warrior – do the right thing and help solve this case.  When something “nags” at you from inside that is your own voice speaking to you – listen to it.  When you follow your own voice it is amazing how much better you will feel.  The truth never changes, no matter how deep it gets buried – it continues to rise to the surface.  Be a part of the solution, be a hero.  ♥

Thanks so much from Morgan’s family & friends.

Morgan’s Music & Honoring Morgan…


Morgan’s keyboard & Morgan’s sheet music – photo taken by Morgan Jennifer Ingram

Every afternoon I remember Morgan sitting down at her keyboard and playing her sheet music – it filled our house with such joy. Sometimes she would sing while playing and that was always an additional treat.  I loved hearing her music, as well as her sweet, soft voice.

When Morgan was in elementary school she learned how to read sheet music.  Then when she was in middle school she decided she wanted to teach herself how to play the piano, which she did.  We bought her a keyboard and she practiced all the time.  Eventually, when she was in high school, she asked if she could have lessons.  We were blessed to know of an amazing piano and vocal coach.  Morgan then took lessons for a few years and loved it.  After that she just enjoyed coming home from school, sitting at her keyboard, and playing whatever sheet music that interested her.

This was just one of Morgan’s passions, and I was always so grateful to be able to hear such beautiful music being played in our home.  Morgan also had many friends that were musicians, and when they came over it was so much fun to listen to them play on the keyboard, bongos and guitars…I loved it!  And I miss it.  I miss Morgan and everything that was Morgan.  It hurts so much at times that I can’t even swallow.  It’s hard to hold back the tears while my heart constricts and I try to put on a “good” face on for everyone around me.  It’s not fair that she was taken from this world – but I know life isn’t always fair.  I know bad things do happen to good people.

I have so many beautiful and happy memories of Morgan, even though she was only on this earth for such a short time.  She was our youngest child and very loved.  What I have learned from our family, as well as so many other families that have had their loved ones murdered…the horrible toll that it takes on the whole family, the parents, the siblings, the aunts and uncles, the nieces and nephews, the Godparents, the cousins, as well as close friends – the ripple effect goes on and on.

I have seen and heard the damage to the lives of everyone that loved the “victim” and when the murderer(s) are still at large, the damage continues.  😟

As per Scripps News there has been more than 211,000 homicides committed since 1980 that remain unsolved – a body count greater than the population of Des Moines, Iowa. The FBI estimates that the homicide clearance rate in 2012 was only 64 percent, down from 90 percent reported in 1965 when the government first reported statistics.

This is just not acceptable to me – and probably not to you either, so I have become extremely involved in moving towards a solution.  Something that has a chance of solving more of these cases.  I want to honor Morgan in everything I do in my life, so not only have I been working with other victims of stalking, I have been chosen to be the West Coast Director for FOHVAMP (Families of Homicide Victims and Missing Persons).


At this time the US does not have a national database in which law enforcement can share their cold case information.  In an effort to assist in the creation of a national database FOHVAMP will announce a national initiative to create awareness of this pressing issue and to further advance resolution in cold case homicides and missing person cases nationwide.  The database will provide information to law enforcement, as well as the public with the hope that someone/somewhere will recognize the persons described in the case descriptions and provide additional information that may help solve these cases.  We intend to bring about social change using a new perspective.

I am also involved as the Case Manager for Law Enforcement Investigations for the JS Intuitive Investigation Alliances, working on missing person cases, cold cases and unresolved deaths.  Working alongside families, law enforcement, the FBI, and the DEA helping with leads. Both of these organizations do work pro bono for the families, as well as law enforcement.  I give my time to both of these organizations because justice is a right, and I want to be a part of a solution.


I know Morgan is also helping from the other side, so even though I may no longer hear her beautiful music I can “feel” her presence in everything I do – she is still guiding me, and I am eternally grateful.



Colorado Family’s Desperate Search Airs Tomorrow Night

lea-porter-photo-abcTomorrow night, Friday, October 21st (see link below) – Watch the full story on ABC News’ “20/20” THIS FRIDAY, Oct. 21 at 10 p.m. ET.


Mother of murdered Lea Porter, Rene Jackson wrote the following:

This is the filming about Lea’s case…Rene said, “What I have just read is not completely accurate with many elements of Christopher Waide’s “story” included.

We knows this, as well as the Judge at sentencing…
His words to Waide “I don’t believe one word of your account of what happened”. The DA has been quoted saying “This was a cold, calculated murder”. Please keep these things in mind as you watch this show, scheduled to air this Friday October 21, 2016.

Please check your local listings for 20/20 and SHARE, SHARE, SHARE.

Thank you and please don’t be judgemental of our beautiful Lea as she went through this very short hiccup in her very short life. This had absolutely nothing to do with Lea’s murder.

She is/was a beautiful, loving (too trusting) and funny young woman who never in a million years deserved the fate she was dealt by this evil monster.

Thank you Joseph Diaz and the crew for all the time you spent with our family.

On a side note, after the program airs I will likely be revealing more DA records.”