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    Where in the he double ll does this person live when your calling bear stakes and racoon ribs fine wine N dining .In canada we make bear skin rugs and hats outta racoons not supper lol ....
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    CanManEh, maybe it was a 'drawcard' the Albins used to pull customers back into the restaurant -- wild game dishes, something really unusual. A lot of places did that here a while back, serving kangaroo and emu steaks, crocodile meat, all sorts of wildlife (I recall, in my wild youth, asking some poor waitress for 'platypus dip' -- platypuses are a highly endangered and protected species -- and laughing when she ran off to ask the chef).

    Speaking of the Albins, etc, here's a link to some articles on Gary Mollath and the Albins' takeover of the resort (seems I had a few dates wrong, glad to have those cleared up):

    http://keddiemurdersfilm.com/forum/v....php?f=1&t=756

    The OP makes a good point about something being fishy with all that - we've discussed it at length before and it does seem kind of odd.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ausgirl; Speaking of the Albins, etc, here's a link to some articles on Gary Mollath and the Albins' takeover of the resort (seems I had a few dates wrong, glad to have those cleared up):

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    The OP makes a good point about something being fishy with all that - we've discussed it at length before and it does seem kind of odd.
    I get what your saying I was trying to be a little commical but i guess I didn't achieve that ..I to this day still see emu meat for sale and to be honest i have been on hunting trips where we brought back bear steaks and moose and deer never a racoon lol but hey u never know .The only thing well besides the emu that u can get around here anyway would have to be shark but I think its been banned now this was years back..
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    Quote Originally Posted by CanManEh View Post
    Where in the he double ll does this person live when your calling bear stakes and racoon ribs fine wine N dining .In canada we make bear skin rugs and hats outta racoons not supper lol ....
    Snort! I've actually seen people surrounding a dead possum in the middle of the street, trying to decide if it was still fresh enough to take home for supper! I guess those same folks would appreciate a good bear steak or raccoon ribs, but you could replace the fine wine with Pabst Blue Ribbon, IMO.

    I heard this case mentioned by one of our mods on one of the WS radio broadcasts and spent a good while studying what's out there in the way of evidence. I hate that the mother was accused of terrible things by some of the locals. According to the daughter, none of the accusations were true.

    The history of the caretaker is interesting to say the least.


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    MTM, it was pretty terrible, the stuff the rumour mill came up with. Drugs, prostitution.. and no actual evidence for any of it - Sue used food stamps when she had to, kept her wallet highly organised, required her kids to do chores, took what jobs were available to her, and on her own with five children - three of them teens or near enough - kept her home very clean and organised. She made sure, with very little resources, to give all her children a nice Christmas. These are the facts I find about Sue and her life, when researching this case.

    Sue was 36, very pretty and slim, single, and liked go on a date now and then. She was also new in town and quiet, kept to herself for the most part, so I can see how some local women might get catty and malicious. I also wonder how many of those comments came from local good ole boys who tried to chat her up and were sent packing.

    Anyhow, here's another article on the Keddie resort, regarding its sale:

    http://postimage.org/image/sz3xukc0z/

    Which a bit confusing to me, because the Hogabaums and Albins are always referred to "lessees" of the property, not the owners. So were they selling the lease? It sounds more like the actual property, here.

    In any case, you can see from the comments that Keddie resort was in an appalling state when these people took the lease in the late 70's.


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    I hope this case is solved one day, but I am not holding my breath. That whole area seems scary, imho.


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    Hi Ausgirl, are there any recent updates to your investigation of this case? Its horrible what the family went through and I hope this case gets resolved soon.have there been any word from vidoucq yet?


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    Haven't seen Ausgirl around her in forever.


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    This case continues to haunt me and I only started reading about it a few months ago. I hope it is solved but I don't see that ever happening as it's been so long... the area scares me too as someone else mentioned.

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    Keddie Murders(California 1981)

    I have been interested in this particular unsolved case because of the striking resemblance to one of the Zodiac crimes and several origianal Night Stalker crimes. The binding with cords,the stabbing,etc, it all seems weird,considering:
    2 weeks earlier a ZODIAC letter(suspected as a forgery, but I suspect otherwise) was sent to and from Atlanta somewhere. That claimed resposiblity in other words, for some of the Atlanta child murders and signed Zodiac. Was this possiblly Zodiac throwing the cops for a loop, knowing 2 weeks later he would be in California where he could commit a crime that would rekindle the zodiac file?Was he visiting Atlanta? Did he return to California shortly after and commit this crime? Just a thought. I think it is a Zodiac letter, a few places in the letter make me suspicious. I don't think it was a forgery. Thats my opinion, though this particular letter of them all would be, in my mind, the only least likely of the letters to be his.
    The Keddie, California unsolved murders though realy make me suspicios as being that a crime of the Zodiac by the crime description.
    Note, the letter says he likes kids now and a 12 year old female victim was taken fron the Keddie site and discovered years later 29 miles away. Was it a reference to a new crime spree involvong children? As sneaky as he was, I think it was a letter designed to rekindle the fire, which he reignited 2 weeks later. Good possibility. I wonder if DNA recieved here was ever compared?
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    This case reminds me a little of the Friday the 13th film that was released in the previous year. Wonder if it gave someone an idea.
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    Oh hey, I had no idea people had been talking to me over here. Sorry!

    There's a bajillion new development over at the keddiemurderfilm.com site since last year. I don't post on that site anymore.

    Some good news is that the family of John Boubede has stepped up to help with information about him, which has been awesome.


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    This film is nothing like Friday the 13th. Not at ALL.


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    I been reading on the keddiemurderfilm site for about a year now, reading everything over and over. Fascinating case.

    I've posted just a bit there recently, but I find I have to really think about what I post and whether I'm opening myself up to attack for something totally unfounded. So, I think I'll go back into lurking for the most part. Not worth the hassle.

    Still, I hear it's better than the "old" site.


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    Hello everyone I just joined the forum today looking forward to communicating.


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