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    Highway of Tears article w/crimemap

    Greetings all, I have finished writing the "Highway of Tears" article which also includes a crimemap.

    If you have feedback, comments, suggestions, (especially) corrections and/or additional information please do not hesitate to respond to the comments section of the article (or here).

    NB: article comments are moderated, but only to prevent spam bots. All/any feedback is welcomed.



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    WOW... I am really impressed. You put a lot of work into this, especially the crimemap. I also think a serial killer is loose in northern British Columbia and probably was acquainted with some of the victims. It's entirely plausible that he started killing in his teens back in the 1970's and is still out there killing people. The crimemap puts things in a better perspective. Thanks for all your hard work!

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    You are very talented. Your use of the technology is inspiring in addition to the written content. I actually went to your site earlier today but there were no additional articles beyond "No answers here" & I was disappointed but now I see that you indeed have continued writing & I just didn't know how to access your more recent writings. Thank you for providing the link, now I have added to my favorites & can read. You are both thought provoking & informative, what a jewel.

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    Thanks.

    I have always loved to write, am a bit of a geek, and have been interested in criminal psychology for...well...ages. I'm also a huge fan of deductive profiling and patterns, which is where crimemaps can come in handy. That is, in the context of serial crimes.



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    Solicitor-General to attend Highway of Tears event

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servl...Story/National

    "Prince George -- The minister responsible for public safety in B.C. says he will attend the March 30-31 Highway of Tears symposium in Prince George."



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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowraiths
    If you have feedback, comments, suggestions, (especially) corrections and/or additional information please do not hesitate to respond to the comments section of the article (or here).
    Here are some other missing/murdered people along Highway 16 I have noticed in various articles:



    The entire Jack family, missing since 8/2/89 from the Bednesti Lake and Cluculz Lake area south of Highway 16. The only case of a family disappearance in Canada.









    • Deena Braem (and here), 16, missing 9/25/99. Her body was found murdered on 12/10/99.


    • Amanda Gore (and here), 20, her body was found unconscious in Quesnal on 4/19/05. She died later in the hospital. An autopsy revealed she died from alcohol poisoning and exposure but her death remains suspicious.



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    Shadowraiths I had a problem at your site. For some reason the background obscured the article - I couldn't read the type. What I ended up doing was copying it and pasting it in wordpad to read.

    Although my computer sometimes has issues with things such as video, I've never had this problem before... thought you would want to know.

    Good article though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rle7
    Here are some other missing/murdered people along Highway 16 I have noticed in various articles:




    The entire Jack family, missing since 8/2/89 from the Bednesti Lake and Cluculz Lake area south of Highway 16. The only case of a family disappearance in Canada.









    • Deena Braem (and here), 16, missing 9/25/99. Her body was found murdered on 12/10/99.


    • Amanda Gore (and here), 20, her body was found unconscious in Quesnal on 4/19/05. She died later in the hospital. An autopsy revealed she died from alcohol poisoning and exposure but her death remains suspicious.


    Thanks! I did find Cecilia Anne Nikal later and added her to both the article and the crime map. Will add the others as soon as I have some free time.



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    Quote Originally Posted by PonderingThings
    Shadowraiths I had a problem at your site. For some reason the background obscured the article - I couldn't read the type. What I ended up doing was copying it and pasting it in wordpad to read.

    Although my computer sometimes has issues with things such as video, I've never had this problem before... thought you would want to know.

    Good article though
    It may be a javascript problem (I use quite a bit of that). Might also be a browser problem. If it's the latter, I only support IE6 & Firefox, since ensuring all of my personal sites are xbrowser compatible would be far too time consuming.

    One thing you could do is to consider using a feed reader. Don't know what OS you have, but if you have MS Windows, check out SharpReader.

    There are also some web-based readers (links for subscribing to those are on left hand side of my site near the bottom). So, say you have a yahoo or gmail account, you can add the rss feed by clicking on the applicable link and then read posts (without all of the graphics, etc) via those.

    Hope this helps!



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    Tears Walkers Heading East

    THE JOURNEY to raise awareness about the missing and murdered women along Hwy16 continues to move eastward today with several women due in Smithers from Moricetown.

    The quest continues tomorrow when Matilda Wilson, mother of the late Ramona Wilson, 16, whose remains were found near the Smithers airport in April 1995, 10 months after she went missing while hitchhiking to a friend's home in Smithers, will join the Gitxsan Spirit walkers to continue to Prince George.

    The walk to honour the Hwy16 families and victims began when Florence Naziel of Moricetown left Prince Rupert March 11 with several people, including Tom and Christine Chipman, the father and stepmother of missing Terrace woman Tamara Chipman.

    Naziel and the group arrived at the Kermode Friendship Society here March 17.

    "The walk went well," said Naziel. "We ran into wind and we ran into snow but nobody wanted to give up. It was very emotional at times."

    There were tears in Naziels's eyes as she described walking past the spot where Alberta Williams' body was found Sept. 25, 1989, about 37 km east of Prince Rupert near the Tyee Overpass.

    http://www.terracestandard.com/porta...id=611819&more=


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    Girl missing in Prince George
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    Frederick is the second 14-year-old aboriginal girl to go missing in Prince George this year.

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    Saric-Auger's body was found near the Tabor Mountain turnoff on Highway 16 East near Prince George, Feb. 10.

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    Anyone who has seen Frederick, or knows of her whereabouts, is asked to contact Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300.



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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowraiths
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    Brianna Frederick was located safely four days after she disappeared thankfully. It took a while for that news to come up on Google.

    http://72.14.203.104/search?q=cache:...s&ct=clnk&cd=3

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    Private Eye Receives Missing Women Tips

    NEWSPAPER ADS asking for information about the missing women along Hwy16 have turned up tips for a private investigator who's on the case.

    "I've had quite a number of tips and several leads I'm following up on," says Ray Michalko, a private investigator from Surrey, who placed an ad recently in The Terrace Standard.

    Michalko wasn't sure how many tips he'd received and said he wants to follow up on the leads to see if they're valid before contacting the authorities.
    He hopes the information he's received will yield something useful to the authorities and the missing women's families.

    "I'm convinced someone knows something," says Michalko. Police have already devoted years and considerable resources in working on the cases.

    http://www.terracestandard.com/porta...id=611823&more=

    I hope a break in these cases develops.

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    Saric-Auger Murder Investigators Looking For Woman

    Prince George RCMP are looking for a woman who may have information on the murder of Aielah-Saric -Auger.

    Aielah's body was found off Highway 16 east near Tabor February 10th. She had been last seen alive around 10p.m.February 2 in the area of the First Litre Pub.

    The woman police would like to talk to is described as being Caucasian, 30 years old, 5'5" medium build and has shoulder length straight blonde hair.

    http://www.opinion250.com/blogs/news...3/27/8263.aspx

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    Thanks for all of the updates, Rle7! I've added your links, and am glad to hear Brianna Frederick was found and okay. I did add one other link, though it did not result in a missing person. However, it was an attempted abduction of a 14 year old female by a 50 year old male. (click here)



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