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  1. #46
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    I've seen some suggest that maybe Laciner is just spelled wrong and with all the other misspellings on the notes list I wouldn't say it was completely out of the question.
    Maybe it is just a name that sound phonetically like Laciner. I know I've seen other suggested spellings but one that came to my mind was: Lacener
    I'll search that name tomorrow.

    ETA: Also maybe the name Lacinar would be worth searching.
    Last edited by mrskeev; 07-12-2013 at 01:14 AM. Reason: ETA more info

  2. #47
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    I heard the last name Lessner on tv tonight and thought that could be another one to try. On doing a quick search for the numbers, I came up with this... Far-fetched, but the dates match, and it is a Texas address, so I thought I would toss it out there. I never know what might be useful....

    http://www.city-data.com/harris-coun...-Street-1.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by epagehall View Post
    I can't help but feel like the Laciner's know something. I wish there was a way to reach out to them without being totally creepy. Has anyone reached out to AL over facebook? I was considering it.

    Who are the Laciner's??

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris24 View Post
    Who are the Laciner's??
    I don't have all the details, but there was a couple with the last name Laciner that lived near FLEK in Texas. (close neighbors or in the same apartment complex). Since Laciner is not a common last name there is speculation that they could be somehow related to/or knew Lori in the 1990's.
    Please be aware that what I type is my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClaireNC View Post
    I don't have all the details, but there was a couple with the last name Laciner that lived near FLEK in Texas. (close neighbors or in the same apartment complex). Since Laciner is not a common last name there is speculation that they could be somehow related to/or knew Lori in the 1990's.

    Thank you! Someone just mentioned it and I didn't know who.

    Yeah kind of an uncommon name. I'm sure they've been interviewed though correct? Not that all witnesses/ people are honest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris24 View Post
    Thank you! Someone just mentioned it and I didn't know who.

    Yeah kind of an uncommon name. I'm sure they've been interviewed though correct? Not that all witnesses/ people are honest.
    We don't know if they have been interviewed.
    Please be aware that what I type is my opinion.

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    Because of what we now know about CNA and the numbers on the notes, I think it's likely she was on the phone and was told the name "Laciner". If the person she was speaking with didn't spell it AND being the apparent poor speller that she was, it's likely her first instinct would be to use the letter "S"... LASSiner (not the letter "C"). So my conclusion is... Laciner was either spelled correctly OR she left out a letter OR included an incorrect letter.

    Another thought is that it could be L. A. Ciner. While I've found several people with the last name Ciner (including a guitarist from the 70's... Three Dog Night, The American Breed, Rufus), and even some with the initials "L.A."... I'm about to rule it out as I've found no connection (but maybe there is one and someone else can find it?)
    Last edited by fred&edna; 07-14-2013 at 04:26 PM.

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    L.A. Ciner: a jewelry store in LA. Costume jewelry. I posted this before. Interesting as burlesque dancers usually " frost" themselves in it

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    There is the 1.85 written above the Laciner word. There was a discussion earlier that 1.85 could be a minimum wage amount for somebody that gets wages and tips (like a waitress or dancer). This is a stretch, but could she have been offered a "free lance" type dancing position (as in off the books) and was making a note of the wage amount and that it was as a free "lancer"?
    Please be aware that what I type is my opinion.

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    Justthinkthis is weird. Alternate spelling on google. Isn't Steinbeck the name of her letter of reference guy. I think it's just a weird coincidence and totally worthless info.

    https://pipl.com/directory/name/Steinbeck/Lakiner/


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    I Was confused

    So in researching "Laciner" I was looking into the 2nd wife by accident. I did not realize there was a 1st. The first wife was KIM (last name starts with W), it is NOT the same person that lives in the North East and is a social worker. I have a jpeg of the divorce records. They were divorced in Texas in 1981 and he married the 2nd wife in 1991. I cant find info on the 1st wife yet, will keep looking. Did anyone else know this?
    The 2nd wife has a very interesting background that leads back to Owensville, KY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda9681 View Post
    L.A. Ciner: a jewelry store in LA. Costume jewelry. I posted this before. Interesting as burlesque dancers usually " frost" themselves in it
    The connection might be to the Jeung/Lish notes on the page - Jeung was a make up artist and D'Lish is a Burlesque dancer, very famous.. and Jueng and D'Lish are FACEBOOK FRIENDS... hmmmm ... I think there is a connection, maybe she was stripping with D'Lish or had a "job" modeling or performing with D'Lish and she wanted to know where to get jewelry/make up?? D'Lish has a website as well with tons of history of old shows going way back to the 80's to today.. where she was (what cities, what shows)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda9681 View Post
    So in researching "Laciner" I was looking into the 2nd wife by accident. I did not realize there was a 1st. The first wife was KIM (last name starts with W), it is NOT the same person that lives in the North East and is a social worker. I have a jpeg of the divorce records. They were divorced in Texas in 1981 and he married the 2nd wife in 1991. I cant find info on the 1st wife yet, will keep looking. Did anyone else know this?
    The 2nd wife has a very interesting background that leads back to Owensville, KY.
    Yes, I had previously posted K Laciner was divorced in 1981

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magnum P.E. View Post
    The only intelligible English word that can be unscrambled from all seven letters in laciner is "Carline".
    LACINER.. there is the Ciner jewelry which when I googled it came up with LaBrea store in the New York post, store was opened by 2 brothers in 1996 news story, Silay Ciner and Sunay Ciner... Silay has a strong phonetic to L A Ciner... given LEK's poor spelling or spelling errors..they are from Turkery and have addresses in New Jersey and New York.. not sure if any connection- Silay was born Sept 1965...I don't see a connection between them and the jewelry... Ciner seems a fairly common surname in Turkey like another poster had said of Sedat...

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    Also a deceased MALE Saner last name, born in Arizona (1993) and died in Bakersfield CA (1995).. LEK and BST had ties to Bakersfield CA-.... not sure if any ties to L A Ciner... but the Arizona and Bakersfield CA got my attention...

    And spelling CYNER on an immigration list from Havanna Cuba 1954 New York

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