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  1. #61
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    Christine Teresa Huyer is a potential match here and for the case mentioned here http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...t=77751http://.

    Here is Christine's Doe Network page: http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/3225dffl.html

    Personally I feel the stats are good with both cases even though both CarlK and I haven't been able to locate a photo of Ms. Huyer anywhere. Thoughts??

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    Quote Originally Posted by masnitram View Post
    Christine Teresa Huyer is a potential match here and for the case mentioned here http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...t=77751http://.

    Here is Christine's Doe Network page: http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/3225dffl.html

    Personally I feel the stats are good with both cases even though both CarlK and I haven't been able to locate a photo of Ms. Huyer anywhere. Thoughts??
    Anyway to look up possible relatives on Florida? I don't imagine Huyer is a very popular last name

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    Quote Originally Posted by traacker13 View Post
    Anyway to look up possible relatives on Florida? I don't imagine Huyer is a very popular last name

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    Not sure if it's possible to quote from another thread, however if you check out the other thread where Ms. Huyer is discussed you will find that there isn't much out there about her or her family. You're correct, the name isn't very common at all. I did submit her as a possible match for this case...not sure if CarlK has submitted her yet for the Georgia case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by traacker13 View Post
    Anyway to look up possible relatives on Florida? I don't imagine Huyer is a very popular last name

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    It appears that she might have a younger sister who went to West Orange HS Class of 1979. But neither Christine's photo, nor the apparent sister's are in the 1978 WOHS yearbook in Classmates.com

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    This is probably a long shot, but I saw this photo of an m/p (Thanks Carlk!) of Loree Lee Keator - Dennis and thought she looked sort of similar.

    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/13546/3

    The stats seem off though (with the scars) unless they were never reported

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    Re: Loree Lee Keator

    Based on the pictures and info on NamUs, she'd be a good match.

    But there really are no actual "Circumstances" on NamUs.
    If you go to her Charley listing, she should be 99.85% excluded. Mrs Dennis (nee Keator) was in a vehicle with a known individual that was swept away in flood waters. The driver was found dead in the wreckage. She was not found.

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...is_lorree.html

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    Only two names on teh ruleouts list:

    Valerie Larkin 1947 California
    Deborah McCall 1963 Illinois
    Opinions expressed are strictly my own (who else would they belong to???)

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    I believe it is Christine Teresa Huyer. Here is her picture along with the enhanced image of the Jane Doe.. I am new to forums and this site so I hope this works.. Check out the shaded tooth in the front. I also found a picture of her sis to compare hair color. She is indeed a redhead too.



    Last edited by Harmony 2; 07-19-2013 at 09:11 AM. Reason: blown margins

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    She looks similar to the recon, but not so much to the actual postmortem photo.

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    Houston Mom posted Patricia Corbett as a possible match in another thread and it reminded me of this Jane Doe. I know stats are off but thought i'd post it here just in case.


    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/19708/0/

    http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/mcicsear...c.asp?ID=44528


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    CarlK,

    I see that Melody Jones is on the rule out list. Can you find out how that determination was made, please?

    I ain't buying what they are selling. Check out the large mole at the spot where the chain goes around her neck on the front toward the right on Melody and the UP. Not to mention the head and feature measurements.

    I am even more convinced this is her as I am entering the fourth year of research into missing females OK during a certain time frame. There is a pattern. This UP was found only approximately 12 hours away and off a major highway from the area Melody went missing from.

    I have found so many that are "ruleouts" that are more than questionable. Problem is if the rule out is based on some "garbage-in-garbage-out computer error, Melody does not get another review. I also revceived information that many times the rule out list contains the REAL person and that is done to get "sleuthers" (who dore more research they the invetigators) to stop calling and bugging the agencies in a homicide investigation. Gratitude? Sure hate to hear that 'cause we know how slow they move already, and those cases could take years....a time frame many friends and families simply do not have and they deserve answers.
    If they say it was a dental comparison, I think I will pull out all my hair! People DO get dental work if they have beeen missing awhile before ending up as an unidentified person.
    TIA
    Last edited by BaxterDE42; 05-25-2014 at 10:11 PM.

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    This story mentions this Jane Doe as part of a series of (related/unrelated?) murders in the SE US.
    It has probably been posted (didn't have time to check) on the board for The Redhead Murders (also linked), which "Superwoman" (this Doe) was likely a part of. She is sometimes called Superwoman because of a sticker on the refrigerator she was found in.

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...noxville&hl=en

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...redhead+murder


    And, physical appearance aside, I still don't think Melody Jones (http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/j/jones_melody.html) would be a super-strong match for our Superwoman.
    Jones was likely killed much closer (in time/distance) to the murder of her husband (a couple years before this Doe's death). I just can't see whoever killed Mr Jones taking and keeping his wife alive for that amount of time. And releasing her after a while, as Doe was hitching rides up and down the interstate (without a companion) that far east of OK a couple years after her disappearance.

    The main characteristic I can see for including Mrs Jones would be her height (exact match, 4'11"). There aren't many missing women that I can find that match any of the other aspects of Doe that are that short. M Jones also had extremely poor vision. Whether that could possibly be concluded at autopsy, I don't know, as there is not a specific deformity/condition listed for her vision trouble. It just says that she would be "legally blind without her glasses."

    I think Peggy Alt (http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/a/alt_peggy.html) would be a closer (albeit still not extremely strong) match for this Doe. She went missing a lot closer to the discover of Superwoman/JD so she wouldn't have had to be "off the radar" for so long while missing (like the 2-yrs with Melody Jones). And she went missing from a little bit closer to Kentucky than Jones. But I don't know about her hair. It has kind of an auburn-ish tinge but is not the "red" red hair of Superwoman. Also, due to the angle of the morgue photo, Superwoman's hair doesn't necessarily look as long (11") as listed in the report. Alt had a scar on her arm, whereas Superwoman had one on her abdomen.

    While in the midst of typing this, I came across Martha McNiel (http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/...el_martha.html). I think she could be a good match. Hair (though described as "blonde") is a decent match. Height/weight are close. She went missing from an area somewhat close to where Jane Doe was found. She has drug/alcohol issues and was possibly fleeing from domestic violence. I would think that those could lead to wandering (ie hitchhiking, etc) but could be wrong. She likely wandered for a while after last seen (perhaps the year b/w disappearance and JD's discovery?). It's not an interstate, but US-421 connects N Wilkesboro to the Gray area. The most direct route to I-75 from the Harlan area (where US-421 enters KY from VA) would take you past Gray. If this is her, she wasn't killed immediately so lends credence to some wandering. But she is from lot closer (or "easier" taking the mountain roads into account) than some of the other possible matches I've seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bflocket View Post
    This story mentions this Jane Doe as part of a series of (related/unrelated?) murders in the SE US.
    It has probably been posted (didn't have time to check) on the board for The Redhead Murders (also linked), which "Superwoman" (this Doe) was likely a part of. She is sometimes called Superwoman because of a sticker on the refrigerator she was found in.

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...noxville&hl=en

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...redhead+murder


    And, physical appearance aside, I still don't think Melody Jones would be a good match for our Superwoman.
    Jones was likely killed much closer (in time/distance) to the murder of her husband (a couple years before this Doe's death). I just can't see whoever killed Mr Jones taking and keeping his wife alive for that amount of time. Or releasing her after a while, as Doe was hitching rides up and down the interstate (without a companion) that far east of OK a couple years after her disappearance.
    I understand and appreciate your skepticsm. However I never work a case on superficial appearance or exclude one based on such or distance and certainly not on what seems logical. Even murderers have their own standard of "logic" to their horrendous acts on humanity. The placement and size of that particular mole and others is just icing on the cake, so to speak and it is a starting point along with facial and head structure measurements, to researching all circumstances possible regarding the victim.

    As to doubting Melody could have been alive for a couple of Years after he reported abduction? ...think of Donna Denice Haraway... Did she really live long enough following her abduction to give birth to a child before being murdered?

    The world is indeed a strange place. If I rulled out what I could not comprehend, then I would have to conclude these cases were unsolvable - which is simply not true.
    Last edited by BaxterDE42; 05-26-2014 at 03:52 PM.

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    One way I COULD see Jones as still being around in '85 is if she were somehow involved in her husband's 1983 murder. Nothing I saw in her profiles on Doe/Charley/NamUS hint at any marital discord or anything like life insurance or an affair that would make her a real suspect. So I just doubt her based on the circumstances. I agree that her physical/medical demographics (scars/moles/etc along with ht/wt/age/etc) match well.

    I just find it a stretch that she would go from having a fairly "settled" (married, working, parents/family living nearby) life to being a hitchhiker (and/or hooker) using a CB radio to travel up and down the interstates. If she'd killed Paul and was on the run, I could see her eventually maybe resorting to that but I don't think she could have made that big of a transformation unless she was experienced in that kind of lifestyle.

    Haraway is a different can of worms. There are questions about most aspects (when? where? why? how? who?). But I do think the two convicted for her death didn't do it. That is more important because if they're innocent, their lives were stolen before they even found her remains.
    I think her pregnancy has to have happened before her disappearance, not after. All I could find right off about her past was that she was a quiet, shy and reserved girl. Her husband was apparently more gregarious and the president of his frat. Could she have gotten pregnant (before they were married?) and the guy demanded she try to hide it and keep it a secret? Could it have been some kind of congenital anomaly of the pelvis that led them to believe she'd given birth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthrobones View Post
    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/192ufky.html

    Birthmark above and behind left ankle. Moles on right side of neck & under each breast.
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    RS/BBM

    I know it seems odd for me to point this out..but I'd assume our UID has some pretty stunning medical records somewhere. (Given she ever went to the doctor)
    A mole under each breast may not be a mole..If we had pics of her ribcage I bet the "moles" are superfluous nipples and occur only in 1 in 50 women. That's IF there's a "third" nipple. It's even more rare if she had TWO extra nipples.
    Being from a small town somewhere in KY or NC, it would be something she pointed out at some point..or even something that her doctor brought to her family's attention.
    Do you think there's some chance that someone would put that in the description field for their missing loved one?
    Probably a slim chance, but worth the try.
    JMHO
    All I can do is try.

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