In the opinion of the neighbor across the street re Location of the Prosthetic Leg:
GRACE: Melissa Mahlenbrock with us. She`s just across the street from the area where Zahra`s little leg has now been recovered. Melissa, do you know how far off the road the leg was? Was it as if someone had just thrown it from a car passing by, or did somebody take time to walk back in there to discard the leg?
MAHLENBROCK: Well, what I can say to you is that people do pull off onto that section where the gated fence is and either put the trash there or they can throw it from their car. Either way, it will reach behind the gate. From where they have cleared, there`s a possibility that they could have put it right over the gate or maybe a couple feet back. They didn`t clear that far back...
GRACE: Does that mean, Melissa -- does that mean they could have thrown it from the car, or did they have to get out of car?
MAHLENBROCK: They could have thrown it from the car, but it would have been lost in the brush. It definitely was not on the side of the road.
Maybe LE should get a list of all the people that received mulch from that company and take the dogs to every place to see if the dogs hit on anything. MOOOC
I still have it labeled as "approximate" for now, I'll try to confirm for sure tomorrow. If it's blocked off, I have an excuse to get up there, I have a client on that road.
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It takes someone with a very strong stomach, and some medical knowledge to do this, or at least some butchering skills. I'm not saying there aren't those who do, but somehow, I can't see EB doing all the work involved.
I think, perhaps, that she hid the body in both vechicles, or had something to do with the body in both cars.
I could see her dumping the body, weighed down, in a lake, or by a lake, somewhere there would be predators and no people. Some place where no one would go, or she would think that no one would bother checking. This is someone who just tossed the prostetic leg out a window, most likely, I can't see her going to extreme lengths to get rid of the body. This doesn't look like a neighborhood where she'd have leisure to do much outside with the body. It looks like there is some traffic there and there are neighbors close by.
I'm wondering what this person from England, the fellow she knew, thinks of this. Why would he send her money? Wouldn't he be wary of this woman who had a step daughter that I wonder if he knew about? It's so odd.
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Yeah and not to mention that google map pictures could be rather old and I mean years old!
It is natural for a parent to not want to believe or see the true nature of one of their children. I don't fault her, for she is a mother and what mother would not try to protect and believe their child. MOO
FWIW - There have been several posts about the missing car(s). IIRC there is an 05 Impala listed on a search warrant and a 76 Monte Carlo that EB's daughter said disappeared at the same time a Z. Someone posted earlier that the car may be in a lake. There are 3 likely lakes, if this is the case.
Lake James 30 miles west of Hickory and has a lot of undeveloped areas. It is 150 ft at the deepest. However, Duke Energy is currently lowering the level to work on the powerhouse, so IF the car was rolled in here, it would most likely be visible by early January, because it would be nearly impossible to roll a car into the deepest part of the lake.
Lake Rhodhiss is next, about 10 miles west of Hickory. It is about 60 ft at the deepest, but there will be a lot of water moving thru it as Duke lowers Lake James.
Lake Hickory is VERY close to the 21st Ave House. It is about 100 ft at the deepest point, but the shoreline is 80% developed with homes. I would imagin that it would be hard to fine a secluded enough spot to roll a car into.
There are also several fairly deep quarries in the area.
Was it ever confirmed that EB actually used drugs? How could she pay for them? For that matter, AB would certainly have known if she did use drugs. AND, who is her drug dealer. Drug dealers like to be paid. I have a real bad feeling about this.
Please watch this video. This is the day that the prosethic leg was found. It was an acre just off Christy Road at Ekert. The stop sign is located off of Ekart.