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outofthedark
08-28-2006, 09:38 PM
September 5th, 1934: http://doenetwork.us/hot/hotcase247.html

September 23rd, 1935: http://doenetwork.us/hot/hotcase248.html

July 22nd, 1936: http://doenetwork.us/hot/hotcase249.html

September 10th, 1936: http://doenetwork.us/hot/hotcase250.html

February 23, 1937: http://doenetwork.us/hot/hotcase251.html

June 6th, 1937: http://doenetwork.us/hot/hotcase252.html

July 6th, 1937: http://doenetwork.us/hot/hotcase253.html

April 8th, 1938: http://doenetwork.us/hot/hotcase254.html

August 16th, 1938: http://doenetwork.us/hot/hotcase255.html

Janet
08-30-2006, 10:04 AM
OMG What a nut this killer must have been - 80 years ago. Where ever he was doing his dismemberments must have been a very bloody scene.

outofthedark
08-30-2006, 12:50 PM
OMG What a nut this killer must have been - 80 years ago. Where ever he was doing his dismemberments must have been a very bloody scene.
Unless he did them else where- alot of them do that

Richard
08-31-2006, 09:27 AM
This is a fascinating series of murders. There is already a long thread on the subject in Cold Cases. The chief investigator of these crimes was none other than Elliot Ness, who had led the famous "Untouchables" in Chicago a few years earlier.

anthrobones
09-03-2006, 03:46 PM
"Jane Doe II, victim 8, possibly Rose Wallace, was found beneath the Lorain-Carnegie bridge on June 6 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/June_6), 1937 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1937). It was estimated that victim number 8 had been dead one year when found, which casts some doubt that the victim was Wallace, who was known to have disappeared only ten months earlier. Dental work was considered a close match both by police experts and by her son, who felt certain that the victim was his mother. A definitive identification was not possible however, since the dentist who performed the work had died years before." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleveland_Torso_Murderer


I wonder if they have a photo of this woman and can do a photographic superimposition now?