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    What others cases interest you as much as JBR's?

    Hopefully, this isn't considered OT...

    What other cases interest you as much as JonBenet's? What other forums do you participate in here at WS?

    For me, I am also active in Kyron Horman's, Hailey Dunn's, and Caylee Anthony's forums. However, none of those cases have held my interest as much as JonBenet's cases has.

    So we already have a "What makes the JBR case fascinating to you?" topic so I don't really want to get to into that, but I am just wondering, What other cases interest you as much, or almost as much, as JBR?

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    "The Fort Worth Three"

    What happened to the three girls who disappeared together from a shopping mall in Texas?

    [ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=98030"]TX TX - Missing Fort Worth Three, 1974 - #2 - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community[/ame]

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    The Routier case, Caylee Anthony, and Maura Murray....what happened to her and where is she?

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    Several for me:
    Caylee Anthony, Alexandia Joy Lowitzer, Chris Coleman case, Darlie Routier, Joshua Davis from New Braunsfels, Jessica Baggen and tons of cold cases.

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    I follow to many to list here, but I only participate in discussion here at WS on JBR.
    There are things that we don't want to happen but have to accept, things we don't want to know but have to learn, and people we can't live without but have to let go.

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    I'm interested in the 1997 baby Sabrina Aisenberg disapparance, although there is not much talk about it anymore, and even when there was, it got about 1/10,000th of the attention of the JBR case.

    The Aisenberg case is so similar to the JBR case, (child goes missing in the dead of night from their home, parents are suspects with a questionable story) yet almost exactly opposite at the same time. (I suspect the father more than the mother, the body has never been found, dog was IN the house at the time, prosecutors were perhaps overzealous).

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    Quote Originally Posted by eileenhawkeye View Post
    Hopefully, this isn't considered OT...

    What other cases interest you as much as JonBenet's? What other forums do you participate in here at WS?

    For me, I am also active in Kyron Horman's, Hailey Dunn's, and Caylee Anthony's forums. However, none of those cases have held my interest as much as JonBenet's cases has.

    So we already have a "What makes the JBR case fascinating to you?" topic so I don't really want to get to into that, but I am just wondering, What other cases interest you as much, or almost as much, as JBR?
    Almost none, eileen. Like I told Tricia on a radio program, I handle this one case almost exclusively.
    I'm as mad as HELL and I'm NOT gonna take it anymore!.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperDave View Post
    Almost none, eileen. Like I told Tricia on a radio program, I handle this one case almost exclusively.
    Me too.
    THIS time, we get it RIGHT!

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    I actually spend most of my time right here but I'm always interested in missing children's cases. For me these are the most heartbreaking and my prayer is that maybe someday I can actually be of help in some way.
    "This Time We Get it Right!"

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    Kyron Horman

    Sabrina Aisenberg, whom I firmly believe is still alive

    My hometown case, Shawn Hornbeck, who was found very much alive


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    Quote Originally Posted by Daisyjane View Post
    Kyron Horman

    Sabrina Aisenberg, whom I firmly believe is still alive

    My hometown case, Shawn Hornbeck, who was found very much alive
    Daisyjane, Shawn's case is one that gives me hope for so many others! One is Morgan Nick. I have been following her case for years and would love for her to come home to her mother.
    "This Time We Get it Right!"

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    Jacob Wetterling's case also reminds me of Morgan Nick. They were both kids who just disappeared and haven't been found so you still have hope that they're alive out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freshwater View Post
    I'm interested in the 1997 baby Sabrina Aisenberg disapparance, although there is not much talk about it anymore, and even when there was, it got about 1/10,000th of the attention of the JBR case.

    The Aisenberg case is so similar to the JBR case, (child goes missing in the dead of night from their home, parents are suspects with a questionable story) yet almost exactly opposite at the same time. (I suspect the father more than the mother, the body has never been found, dog was IN the house at the time, prosecutors were perhaps overzealous).
    I watched a special about Sabrina's case a while back. That's one case where I can definitely see her still being alive, and it not being a situation like Danielle Van Dam's case where the sole purpose of kidnapping her was to murder her too.

    Also, in the first couple of weeks of Sabrina going missing, the case was on Larry King Live, Oprah, Unsolved Mysteries, Dateline NBC, MSNBC, Inside Edition and America's Most Wanted. Unfortunately, it looks like the national media attention dropped the case after those segments/shows on it. However, early articles about the case indicate that many people thought it would become "the next big one" on the level of JBR and OJ but that never happened. I think Sabrina's case was TOO similar to JonBenet's case for the media to carry both of them, and since JonBenet's case had the beauty pageants, the wealth, the RN, the Xmas factor; the media decided to keep pursing it and dropped the Aisenberg case. I bet it would have gotten national attention for a longer period of time if it happened today.
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    I would have to say the Zodiac. I hate when justice never gets served.
    The discovery of additional matching DNA in the JonBenet Ramsey murder case is important information that raises more questions in the search for JonBenet's killer. The BPD concurs with the Boulder District Attorney's Office that this is a significant finding. The PD has continued to look diligently for the source of the foreign DNA, and to date, we have compared DNA samples taken from more than 200 people. Finding the source of the DNA is key to helping us determine who killed JonBenet

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    I am waiting for Casey Anthony trial...am very interested to know what she did to little Caylee, and when she did it. I got into the Caylee Anthony board too late, don't post but do read it sometimes.

    JonBenet died on a very slow news week in this country so I guess that is one of the reasons it got so much national attention. The "rediculous" ransom note and JonBenet's pageant photos put this story over the top.

    Little Kyron Horman's case is baffling. His step-mother walks him into his school, observes his science project, takes pictures and leaves. Turns out little Kyron did not attend school that day and is missing....WTHades?
    ...We have said to ourselves, look, there is never going to be a victory in this, there is no victory...John Ramsey: 6/24/98

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