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  1. #16
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    what a handsome young man. I hate those little profiles though, they raise more questions than they answer.
    John 3:16

    Everyday it is my fervent prayer that these cases are solved

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    Great profile on Jason, Meg... but I really hate so-called psychics... the pain they cause these families is unforgivable.

    “Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sr.

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    Officials in Pickens County, S.C., are waiting until North Carolina completes its investigation of Hilton before pursuing him as a possible suspect in the abduction of Clemson University student Jason Knapp, last seen on Easter 10 years ago. Investigators said Knapp's fingerprints were on a ticket admitting him to Table Rock State Park.

    http://www.ajc.com/services/content/...iler03021.html

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    Bumping. His mother deserves answers!

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    Three unsolved cases haunt families, police, Clemson University

    http://www.greenvilleonline.com/arti...son-University

    By Anna Simon • Clemson bureau • April 13, 2010


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    The trails have grown cold, but the cases files are open and not forgotten by these and other investigators still seeking missing pieces of the puzzles surrounding Jason Knapp’s disappearance and the deaths of Clemson graduate student Norsaadah Husain in 1992 and Clemson freshman Stacy Brooke Holsonback in 1997.

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    Mother of missing Clemson student continues to search for answers

    Exactly 14 years ago, on April 12, 1998, Clemson University sophomore Jason Knapp drove to Table Rock State Park in northern Pickens County and disappeared.

    It was Easter Sunday. Knapp was 20. He now would be 34.

    “In my mind he’s still the boyish 20-year-old and always will be,” said Knapp’s mother, Deb Boogher, of York, Penn., who returns to the Upstate each year in hope of finding the clue to unlock the mystery of her son’s disappearance.

    She never missed a year, even when she battled cancer

    http://www.greenvilleonline.com/arti...%7Ctext%7CNEWS

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    for Jason, missing 15 years this week.

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    Knapp was last seen by his roommate at their residence in University Terrace Apartments at Clemson University in South Carolina on April 11, 1998. His roommate said that Knapp was watching a movie at approximately 10:30 p.m. that evening. Knapp has never been seen again.
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    16 years later, Deb Boogher still searching for clues to vanished son

    Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2014/04/12/3...#storylink=cpy


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    From article above:
    What was his state of mind? While some say Jason was in good spirits, other people interviewed during the investigation had mentioned how Jason had been depressed, Brooks said.
    Sadly, to me this has always felt like a suicide...I think he went to that State Park and probably ended his life there.

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    I may be getting two cases confused-was this the case where the room mates packed up the belongings right away? I can't seem to find that in reference to Jason.

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    The Pickens County Sheriff's Office shared a side-by-side photo of Jason Knapp when he disappeared 15 years ago and an age progressed photo, provided by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, showing what he may look like today.



    Read more: http://www.foxcarolina.com/story/291...#ixzz3anF6d0jv

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    the pic on the right although computer generated reminded me of another computer generated pic. Do you recall
    Timothy Guthrie? (http://www.missingkids.org/poster/ncmc/777216) any who in my eyes the latest pics on both are not identical but are similar. date of birth is not spot on but if you steal a kid(tim) at the age of about 4. he wont recall his earlier life. Tim's date of birth Feb 6, 1977... Jason Andrew Knapp December 30, 1977. did i also mention aside from they are both missing they got the same hair,skin, and eye color. maybe i am just having wishful sight. please let me know what you guys think.


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