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    Article from 2015 on the Allenstown Murders: http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/17/us/new...odies-mystery/

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    2015 Press Conference on Allenstown Murders:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6kK...ature=youtu.be

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    AG says search of Allenstown property turns up nothing

    A search Wednesday by law enforcement of the Allenstown property where the remains of a woman and three young girls were found in barrels decades ago turned up “nothing of consequence,” according to Jeffery Strelzin, senior assistant attorney general.

    About two dozen officers from state, Manchester and Allenstown police, the FBI and New Hampshire Fish and Game conducted a grid search of about 30 acres of private property adjacent to Bear Brook State Park.

    “It was a coordinated line search, just something that had never been done,” Strelzin said.

    The searchers did not use technology to look underground, he said.

    “The idea was to look and see what’s on the surface and see whether there was anything that might prompt other steps, whether it’s ground-penetrating radar or dogs or digging.”
    http://www.unionleader.com/crime/AG-...thing-04272017

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    Finding Lisa: A story of murders, mysteries, loss, and, incredibly, new life

    SHE WAS A WISP OF A GIRL, dressed in clothes that were faded and frayed, a few sizes too small. She had no toys, and was often hungry. She slept in the back of a red pickup truck under a camper shell with her father, a family adrift.
    It was the summer of 1986 when 5-year-old Lisa showed up outside Katherine Decker’s mobile home at a trailer park in Scotts Valley, Calif. While her father worked as a handyman, Lisa played for hours with Decker’s young grandson, yearning for everything he had. She nestled up to the kindly woman every chance she got. Before long, she was calling her grandma.

    Police asked Lisa whether she had any brothers or sisters. She used to, she told them, but they died from eating “grass mushrooms” while they were camping.
    Alarmed, deputies scoured the trailer park for clues about Jenson. They found only one — a single fingerprint lifted from a sound system he had installed. It matched a man named Curtis Mayo Kimball, who had been arrested for driving drunk a year earlier, in a city nearly 400 miles away, with his young daughter in the car.

    LISA NEVER SAW KIMBALL AGAIN. But the police caught up to him two years later in San Luis Obispo, Calif. He was driving a car stolen in Idaho, and using another alias. Quickly connected to the girl he’d left behind, he pleaded guilty to child abandonment. Prosecutors dropped molestation charges as part of a plea deal, sparing Lisa the trauma of testifying at a trial.
    He served only 19 months before he was released in 1990. He immediately fled town, violating his parole.
    For the next dozen years, he lived largely unnoticed in Richmond, Calif., under the name Larry Vanner, authorities believe. Homeless when he arrived, he worked odd jobs as an electrician and handyman. After he refinished the back room of a local market, he persuaded the owners to let him live there for a few months. He wound up staying for years, a solitary man of about six feet, with piercing blue eyes and a heavy drinking habit.



    https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2017/05/13/finding-lisa-story-murders-mysteries-loss-and-incredibly-new-life/vCCxbYYUD63kjIoIMJQiWM/story.html

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    Who was 'Bob Evans'? Police hope video can lead to clues about killer

    In the video, Evans, who police believe is responsible for at least six deaths, is seen speaking with a deep, distinctive voice and displaying uncommon mannerisms. Authorities hope those characteristics will be helpful for the public as they try to learn more about his mysterious past.
    The video is from a 2002 police interview with Evans regarding Jun’s disappearance. She was found buried in their home’s basement.

    Police said Evans had several aliases and has been known to live in several states across the country. His real name and birth date are not known.
    http://www.wcvb.com/article/who-was-...iller/10167265

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    Case timeline: Killer Terry Peder Rasmussen, also known as Bob Evans

    http://www.wmur.com/article/case-tim...llings/8643018

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    Video may shed light on serial killer's NH crimes

    Serial killer Robert Evans emerged in a video clip released Tuesday as a deep-voiced man speaking calmly to California detectives as they question him about the death of his common-law wife, the only murder he was ever convicted of.

    Evans, who was being questioned in the 2002 murder, rambles at times. He quotes the Bible. At the end of the video, Evans tells a detective that the woman, Eunsoon Jun, is not as aggressive as she used to be.

    "What else can I say? I don't chase younger women. It's just something that happened," he said.

    The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children distributed the 2-minute, 40-second video to news outlets on Tuesday.
    http://www.unionleader.com/crime/vid...rimes-20170620

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    Did a serial killer spend time in Dexter, Oregon? Investigators ask public for help

    http://kval.com/news/local/did-seria...ublic-for-help

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    Authorities reveal actual identity of killer known as ‘Bob Evans’

    The man was identified as Terry Peder Rasmussen, who was born in 1943 in Denver, Colorado. Authorities made the identity through a DNA sample provided by someone who was believed to be his child. Rasmussen enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1961 and was married and had four children, living in Hawaii, California and Arizona during that time.
    After his divorce was finalized in 1978, Rasmussen surfaced in the Granite State as “Bob Evans.”
    http://www.wmur.com/article/authorit...evans/12029848
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    True Identity of Suspected NH Serial Killer 'Bob Evans' Finally Revealed

    http://www.necn.com/news/new-england...441002263.html

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    Allenstown barrel killer's true identity revealed

    The serial killer investigators believe murdered a woman and three girls whose bodies were found in barrels in Allenstown decades ago has been identified, officials said Friday.

    Terry Peder Rasmussen, a former Navy man from Colorado, is the killer known in New Hampshire by his alias Robert “Bob” Evans, according to authorities.

    The man died in 2010 in a California prison, where he was serving time for the murder of his common-law wife, his true identity unknown.

    Jeffery Strelzin, senior assistant attorney general, said a combination of DNA and investigative work proved Rasmussen’s true identity. He said when investigators found earlier photos of the man they had thought of as Evans, they knew for sure.

    They put Rasmussen’s high school yearbook photo next to a booking photo taken in 1985 of Evans, after he was arrested in California for DWI using yet another alias.
    http://www.unionleader.com/crime/all...ealed-20170818

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