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    Questions & Answers (no general discussion)

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    Has the documentary Vanished been released? If so, does anyone know where I watch it. I found their FB page, but couldn't find any information about the movie.


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    The Crime Scene

    I am recalling reading, somewhere, that the scene at Delmar had been cleaned up in some ways, in particular, I recall something about bleach in the drains. Does anyone recall if there was such a statement in mainstream media? Thanks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pittsburghgirl View Post
    I am recalling reading, somewhere, that the scene at Delmar had been cleaned up in some ways, in particular, I recall something about bleach in the drains. Does anyone recall if there was such a statement in mainstream media? Thanks.
    I've never seen the Media state that. That topic WAS discussion at one point or another, on one of the forums. Someone had "Wondered If Police Had Checked for Bleach" in the drains. Implying someone could have washed blood down the sink after cleaning up the crime scene.
    I think that someone had actually stated that Police HAD actually checked the drains when they processed the crime scene....which if they were smart investigators....they would have.....but I've never seen it anywhere posted as a "FACT". Just as a speculation or suggestion.....but not a FACT.
    There has been on going speculation on if the "Crime Scene at 1717 Delmar" had been cleaned up, or staged. Unfortunately because of the number of people who contaminated the crime scene prior to Law Enforcement getting envolved, there not a lot to go by. I believe that at least part of the "Staged" theory came from how "All Three Purses" were lined up next to each other on the stairs to Susies room". It may also come from the $750 dollars left in Sherrills Purse, Make Up removal rags still left in he bathroom with jewelery on it. Tv in Susies room on. Blind in Sherrills room parted like she was looking out at someone. There was also talk of Sherrills car being moved further forward under the car port. Some had stated that Sherrill parked further back when she parked under the car port. There has been speculation that someone either "Used Her Car" or "Moved it Forward" to get a Van or other vehicle pulled close enough to the house to load the 3MW easier and more discretely. But that had NEVER been confirmed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliMama View Post
    Has the documentary Vanished been released? If so, does anyone know where I watch it. I found their FB page, but couldn't find any information about the movie.
    Its on You Tube. Just type in "Three Missing Springfield Women" or something to that effect and It should be right there.

    FYI....a lot of the Time Line "Facts" are incorrct in that video. They also misstate a lot of things that are known to be true.

    Also.....Some of the key people they interviewed, their stories have CHANGED over the years. Little pieces hee and there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by monkeymann View Post
    Its on You Tube. Just type in "Three Missing Springfield Women" or something to that effect and It should be right there.

    FYI....a lot of the Time Line "Facts" are incorrct in that video. They also misstate a lot of things that are known to be true.

    Also.....Some of the key people they interviewed, their stories have CHANGED over the years. Little pieces hee and there.
    Thanks I tried that already. I found the trailer on Vimeo. It was about 6 minutes long and I think it said it was filmed in 2007. I might just have to email them and see what is going on.


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    There is a Facebook page. When I googled, it was at the top. If you are on fb, try that, if not, I am and I can do it; I thought you might rather ask your own questions somtheynall get answered! I did make a note on Thread 5 to Missouri Mule, but he may not have seen it before the thread was locked.


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    Okay, here's my question - and please forgive me if this has already been asked/answered, I did pour through the previous general discusison threads over the past week, but I haven't seen this discussed.

    On Disappeared, they state that a burgundy car was stolen the same night as the disappearance, from the same neighborhood as the 3MW. They state that (and this is paraphrased) 'the police couldn't find any sign that the car was involved in the disappearance' when the car was found a few days later. Has this been sleuthed as an angle at all? I know it's unlikely it is involved at all, especially given the van/PorchLady/etc/et al but, I am curious nonetheless. Thanks!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CaliMama View Post
    Thanks I tried that already. I found the trailer on Vimeo. It was about 6 minutes long and I think it said it was filmed in 2007. I might just have to email them and see what is going on.
    As I recall HBO agreed to finance the production of the trailer but declined to finance the full production after seeing the finished trailer. As Kathee has said, the producers have around 6 hrs of interview with her on film. You can bet they have that much and more with Janis McCall. It is apparent the editing of the trailer was done for shock value to make this case appear as if it is hot and current front page news in an effort to sell HBO on picking up the complete project. We have no way of knowing if what Janis McCall or Det. Dave Asher said in the short 6 min trailer was edited and taken out of context in any way.
    “Finding the occasional straw of truth awash in a great ocean of confusion and bamboozle requires intelligence, vigilance, dedication and courage. But if we don’t practice these tough habits of thought, we cannot hope to solve the truly serious problems that face us – and we risk becoming a nation of suckers, up for grabs by the next charlatan who comes along.” – Carl Sagan, The Fine Art of Baloney Detection


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    Quote Originally Posted by Simply Caustic View Post
    Okay, here's my question - and please forgive me if this has already been asked/answered, I did pour through the previous general discusison threads over the past week, but I haven't seen this discussed.

    On Disappeared, they state that a burgundy car was stolen the same night as the disappearance, from the same neighborhood as the 3MW. They state that (and this is paraphrased) 'the police couldn't find any sign that the car was involved in the disappearance' when the car was found a few days later. Has this been sleuthed as an angle at all? I know it's unlikely it is involved at all, especially given the van/PorchLady/etc/et al but, I am curious nonetheless. Thanks!
    It has been a while but it is not believed to be an issue. As I recall from memory the car was stolen Sunday night from the parking lot of Battlefield Mall. The owners just happened to live across the street from the McCalls.
    “Finding the occasional straw of truth awash in a great ocean of confusion and bamboozle requires intelligence, vigilance, dedication and courage. But if we don’t practice these tough habits of thought, we cannot hope to solve the truly serious problems that face us – and we risk becoming a nation of suckers, up for grabs by the next charlatan who comes along.” – Carl Sagan, The Fine Art of Baloney Detection


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hurricane View Post
    It has been a while but it is not believed to be an issue. As I recall from memory the car was stolen Sunday night from the parking lot of Battlefield Mall. The owners just happened to live across the street from the McCalls.
    OHHHHHH.....thank you for clarifying that. Now that I reflect upon it, the Disappeared episode didn't lie, per se, but it was worded in a misleading fashion (the neighbor of missing woman has car stolen same night as disappearance, or words to that effect). I had wondered why it wasn't speculated upon further in the threads. Thank you for filling me in - a lot of the resources available are now dead links, so the memories of you all, are quite invaluable.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Simply Caustic View Post
    OHHHHHH.....thank you for clarifying that. Now that I reflect upon it, the Disappeared episode didn't lie, per se, but it was worded in a misleading fashion (the neighbor of missing woman has car stolen same night as disappearance, or words to that effect). I had wondered why it wasn't speculated upon further in the threads. Thank you for filling me in - a lot of the resources available are now dead links, so the memories of you all, are quite invaluable.
    Disappeared also alluded to Robert Cox and Stu McCall working at the same dealership. While they both worked for Plaster (Reliable Chev/et al) they did not work at the same lot.
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    Something I've been wondering about...


    Has anyone seen anything that says WHERE Sherrill was varnishing the piece of furniture? As in was she doing it in a room in the house or was she doing it outside? I recall a news article stating that there was (not an exact quote) "a strong smell of varnish" in the house, but I haven't found anything that said where this "varnishing" was happening.


    If she was doing this outside then someone could have seen her or struck up a conversation with her (and possibly began the abduction this way).

    If she was doing it inside (which was probably the case) then I wonder where at inside... the living room? Her bedroom?


    Has anyone seen any reference to this anywhere?
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    Cash in purse

    Has there been any information regarding the large amount of cash that was in Sherrill's purse? Some news sources say it was as high as $800. I know I don't keep that kind of cash on me and I would want it in the bank asap. That makes me wonder if she was going to loan someone the cash, or, if she was selling something, and someone came by and bought it. I guess it could have also been from tips from her job. Still, it's a lot of money.


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    [QUOTE=Auramyst;7714635]If she was doing this outside then someone could have seen her or struck up a conversation with her (and possibly began the abduction this way)/QUOTE].

    That's a good point, Auramyst. If the furniture she was varnishing was a chair or some other item easily moved, she could have started varnishing it in the house, then realized the smell was too powerful and moved it outside. This is information LE could provide without compromising the case, if it has not already been revealed in an article. I am still poring over the newspaper articles and will see if it's referenced anywhere.


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