On December 2, 2018 Remembering Morgan…none of us will ever forget her

Thank every one of you for burning a candle on Sunday in Morgan’s memory and praying for justice

One of Morgan’s cousins wrote:
The first thing that comes to my mind when I think about my cousin Morgan is that she had the Biggest heart. She was always was there for me and she could make you smile just by being next to her. She was an Angel. Of course like all teenages she had spunk, but her spunk was beautiful. She was outgoing, caring, and a great listener. She was creative and everything she did perfectly. It was like she did a beautiful dance with everything she did. I do have to say before I continue this, it’s really weird to talk about her and use ‘would like’ was instead of ‘is’. I just cant get over the sadness I feel when I think of her and what happened, but then I see her face in my head and just by picturing her face, and knowing what kind of person she was, I feel better because she would be the first one to say, “Its ok and everything will get better there’s no need to cry and she would give this smile and and at that time you knew she was right.” 
I have known Morgan since the day she was born. She was more like a sister to me. I know when it comes to friends and memories, the two just go together like coffee and mornings. Hahaha. I have so many memories with her because I use to live with them (my Aunt Toni & Uncle Steve), I can remember the dinner table talks, and when we use to babysit Morgan when she was little, but I think my favorite memory was the most recent and last one when we all went to Disneyland (this was just before they left to go back to Colorado and then the stalking started). It was at the hotel, we (Morgan & I) went downstairs while everyone was in the room and we just caught up on what was going on in our lives. It was a great talk about her friends and her dancing and I talked about what I’ve been up. We talked about how we don’t see each other enough and how I should just move back out there. I asked about the silly ferrets she had, and if she had gotten anymore pets. We talked about how cool it is that my daughter and her are Leos and that if I ever moved out there she would be my number 1 babysitter, and she was so happy because she just adored my daughter Christina. Oh, there’s one more memory I remember, I went out there (to Colorado) when I was pregnant and Toni and Steve were gone one afternoon, and they had this fish in their room. Something happened and the darn fish fell out of the bowl and was flopping around. We (Morgan and I) were screaming like little girls. It was really funny. I guess you had to be there. 
The day my Aunt Toni called me to say “Morgan’s dead” – All I kept saying to Aunt Toni was NO, NO, NO I think that’s all I said the whole conversation. I couldn’t even talk. I dropped to my knees and started to cry. It felt like a dream. A really bad dream. After that there were just questions going through my head like how could this happen to someone like her. Why would God take someone like Morgan away from us. I felt like it didn’t make any sense and I was very confused.
People need to know when Morgan died we lost an Angel. We lost a soul that was the most caring and giving person in the world. I can only hope that my daughter grows up with the moral and respect and love that Morgan had. She put a extra pep in every step she walked on this earth and everywhere she went she touched people’s lives.  Morgan loved life and everyone around her.
Her murder has affected me tremendously and the reason is that we have no closure. I wish we could just find out who did this to her and give them the punishment they deserve and lock them up so they won’t hurt anyone else. I am sad all the time because of what they have taken from our family.
#JusticeForMorgan!

Why help others?

I know this is a strange concept for some, so I would like to explain.

Since the stalking and murder of our daughter Morgan, I have dedicated my life to helping other victims of stalking, as well as the families and co-victims of cold case homicides. I have become a victim advocate.

So many of my friends and relatives have asked me why I do this…they don’t believe I should be involved in the pain of others, who are going through the same thing that I have had to endure – they think it will just make the healing process worse for me.

But these well-meaning friends and relatives are wrong…helping other victims, survivors and families like ours, has actually helped to ease my heartache, and gives my life purpose. I know the pain I feel everyday will never go away, whether or not I help others, I know Morgan is gone and nothing will bring her back, but every time I am able to help someone my heart feels joy again.  Morgan spent her short 20 years helping many people, and now I am doing the same thing in honor of Morgan. That is the reason I do what I do, and will continue to do so as long as I am still on this planet, and I am grateful for every day I am given in order to be of service to others.

– Justice For Morgan –

Let Freedom Ring…love, truth, peace, freedom & justice for all!

No more giving in…it’s time to win.  As we celebrate the Fourth of July here in America, I want to give thanks to all those who came before us to fight for our freedom.  Freedom for all of us, no matter what color, gender, religion or political views we may have, is something we should all be able to enjoy.

When I listen to the stories of other co-victims, like our own family, and hear how their loved ones had their freedom and their lives taken away by some sick, cowardly murderer, that is when I realize we all still have to continue the fight for freedom…every single one of us, every day.  Murder touches everyone, no matter what color your skin is, whether you are male or female, age doesn’t matter either – anyone can become a victim.

We can’t sit back and just hope that our freedoms, or our lives, won’t be taken from us, because, like the song says, in a New York minute everything can change, and has for many of us.  I am proud to stand up for freedom and justice, and I promise you I will never give up on the fight for those freedoms and justice for all!

By a civil rights activist named Martin Luther King Jr.

“Let freedom ring from every hill and every molehill of Mississippi. From every mountainside, let freedom ring. And when this happens, when we let freedom ring, when we let it ring from every village and every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up that day when all of God’s children, black men and white men, Jews and Gentiles, Protestants and Catholics, will be able to join hands and sing in the words of the old ***** spiritual, “Free at last! Free at last! Thank God Almighty, we are free at last!”

We will NEVER give up on Morgan Ingram…

Another post by Morgan’s friends on Facebook – #Justice4Morgan

Morgan loved all life…

Morgan’s puppy, Wylah May, summer of 2011

Anthony D. Williams said, “When we LOVE all the life we see, we see the LOVE in all LIFE.”

Morgan loved everyone in her life – she loved humans, nature and all animals…Morgan LOVED LIFE.  We honor Morgan every day by being grateful for our life, every day of every week of every month of every year that we are gifted life.  A continued life that Morgan was cheated out of by those who are responsible for her murder.

We remember that Morgan never hesitated every day to let the people she loved know that she loved them.  Remember to always tell those you love how much you love them, because tomorrow is never guaranteed. Much love to you all!