Bonnie Haim had planned her exit from her abusive husband meticulously. Before picking the right moment to flee the family home, she had both put money away and found an apartment in which she and her young son, Aaron Fraser, could live on their own. Tragically, though, Bonnie never made it to her new life, as in early 1993, the wife and mom was murdered. And after Aaron grew up, he set out to make sure that her killer met justice.
Aaron was just three years old back in 1993, and at that time he lived with his mother, Bonnie, and his father, Michael, in Jacksonville, Florida. Yet while Aaron’s young mom apparently doted on her son, she was seemingly unhappy in her marriage to his father – so much so, in fact, that she was reportedly planning to leave her spouse.
Then in January 1993 Bonnie vanished practically without a trace. And, worryingly, her three-year-old child would go on to suggest that he had witnessed his mother’s murder – although given Aaron’s young age, his dreadful claims were largely disregarded. Nevertheless, over two decades on from his mom’s disappearance, Bonnie’s now grown-up son may have finally felt some form of vindication when he made a disturbing discovery in his backyard.