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    Skyla Whitaker, 11, & Taylor Placker 13 - Found Murdered - #19

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    Yellowdog,
    You make a very good point about the purse.

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    I know kids will be kids and kids are different across the USA; however, from all reports about Taylor and Skyla, they were the cream of the crop. Good students, sweet, nice, etc. I just don't see them doing or carrying drugs or drug money.

    No, they probably weren't as innocent or sheltered as perhaps I would like to believe, but given their descriptions, I've always thought it a stretch to suggest they were somehow involved with drugs or drug money of any sort.

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    Another thing that bothers me is:

    How do we know when the girls left the house? If the Plackers weren't at home, who's to say they hadn't been gone for quite awhile. Their stomachs didn't have food in them.
    I also wonder if they could have quietly sneaked out the night before and gotten into some mischief. Early reports said Taylor slept in a sleeping bag in front of the TV. Or I've even thought of the possibility that something could have happened within the house and they were running away when they were killed. This case is so weird.
    YellowDog

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    All of the cases are weird lately, YellowDog!

    I think it was Skyla that would sleep in front of the TV in a sleeping bag. Her Dad talked about looking over to see her there, and she wasn't. I wouldn't be surprised if Taylor did it, as well!

    Hi, EnvoyDriver61!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnvoyDriver61 View Post
    I know kids will be kids and kids are different across the USA; however, from all reports about Taylor and Skyla, they were the cream of the crop. Good students, sweet, nice, etc. I just don't see them doing or carrying drugs or drug money.

    No, they probably weren't as innocent or sheltered as perhaps I would like to believe, but given their descriptions, I've always thought it a stretch to suggest they were somehow involved with drugs or drug money of any sort.
    Hi, Envoy - I agree with your observations completely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YellowDog View Post
    Another thing that bothers me is:

    How do we know when the girls left the house? If the Plackers weren't at home, who's to say they hadn't been gone for quite awhile. Their stomachs didn't have food in them.
    I also wonder if they could have quietly sneaked out the night before and gotten into some mischief. Early reports said Taylor slept in a sleeping bag in front of the TV. Or I've even thought of the possibility that something could have happened within the house and they were running away when they were killed. This case is so weird.
    I was wondering the same thing.It's possible that the girls had been gone longer,even if one of them called to check in w/ a family member,they could have called from anywhere.It is odd that there was no food contents in their stomachs,nothing at all.No urine in their bladders either.They either voided after the attack or had little to drink.I was wondering if any tire tread casts were taken from the driveway at the house.It's possible the killer/killers were at the house first.
    Has anybody else thought that who ever murdered these girls, could be someone who has done alot of deer hunting?Deer hunters tend to go for lung/heart shots,to get a lethal shot at their target.Sometimes,if the deer doesn't die right away,and hunter will use a handgun to shoot the deer in the head.The killer could have used their experience from hunting.MOO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YellowDog View Post
    Another thing that bothers me is:

    How do we know when the girls left the house? If the Plackers weren't at home, who's to say they hadn't been gone for quite awhile. Their stomachs didn't have food in them.
    I also wonder if they could have quietly sneaked out the night before and gotten into some mischief. Early reports said Taylor slept in a sleeping bag in front of the TV. Or I've even thought of the possibility that something could have happened within the house and they were running away when they were killed. This case is so weird.
    Well Rose said she talked with Skyla at 4:30 and they were at Taylor's home. So it had to be after then and when Rose tried to call again 5:08 there was no answer and she called PP and he tried to call Taylor around 5:10. And the witnesses said they heard the gun shots around 5:15. So even if they left shortly after talking with Rose that would give them around 45 minutes on the road. Since there was no answer by 5:08...... I think they were dead by then.

    The guy on YouTube said it would take 15 minutes to walk to the bridge and then 15 minutes back. He also says they did not stay at the bridge long but I don't find that unusual. If that was their target when they got there they could have just swung around and started back.

    I don't think they were delivering anything. The bag was still on Taylor's shoulder and I think it was nothing but girly stuff in there. If the guys grabbed the purse to get the contents then the purse would have been beside their bodies not still on Taylor's shoulder imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YellowDog View Post
    Another thing that bothers me is:

    How do we know when the girls left the house? If the Plackers weren't at home, who's to say they hadn't been gone for quite awhile. Their stomachs didn't have food in them.
    I also wonder if they could have quietly sneaked out the night before and gotten into some mischief. Early reports said Taylor slept in a sleeping bag in front of the TV. Or I've even thought of the possibility that something could have happened within the house and they were running away when they were killed. This case is so weird.
    I think it is very normal for kids to get sleeping bags out and put them in the living room to watch tv or whatever. I don't see anything odd about that at all and it was Skyla who did that so her father said.

    A lot of kids especially girls will not eat right. I guess they think they will gain weight.

    I think all was normal and a typical Sunday until they ventured out on that dirt road for a walk on a Sunday afternoon. I don't think they had a clue this was going to happen or that they would meet the killers on that road they had walked down before.

    This case still smells of young killers maybe with the leader being a little older than them. They are impulsive, reckless and lethal.

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    the dog

    Here's something that I keep remembering- Taylor's little dog was found at the bridge the next day. I can't believe that that tiny little thing ran/walked/toddled all the way back to the bridge instead of heading for the driveway a short distance ahead. That dog was put or left at the bridge by someone. (IMO). I can just imagine some smart aleck youth taking the dog from Taylor and laughing when she protested. I believe that this is a major clue as to the nature of the crime.


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    Quote Originally Posted by YellowDog View Post
    Another thing that bothers me is:

    How do we know when the girls left the house?
    If the Plackers weren't at home, who's to say they hadn't been gone for quite awhile.
    Their stomachs didn't have food in them.

    I also wonder if they could have quietly sneaked out the night before and gotten into some mischief.
    Early reports said Taylor slept in a sleeping bag in front of the TV.

    Or I've even thought of the possibility that something could have happened within the house and they were running away when they were killed.
    This case is so weird......
    Yellow Dog, All very good questions that need answers...

    I have never understood why on a sunday the girls had not eaten in 12 hours.....it's very unusual in my family to not have breakfast and lunch on Sunday.

    I have also thought T. sleeping in a sleeping-bag seems suspicious, as if a way to protect herself. Now and then seems o.k... BUT all the time, seems strange to me!.....Had some other person moved into her bedroom?.

    No one has said WHO was at the P. house that Sunday.

    Something could have happened and the girls was waiting for Rose, possibly because someone very negative was at the P. house.

    Could the killer been at the P. house that day looking for someone or something ???

    Another possibility is, someone at the P. house got into a bad argument/fight/maybe drugs involved/,
    with a male, and that person, upon leaving the P. house mad, shot the girls to get back at the person they were arguing with.

    I question WHY P.P. lied about getting the cell phone from Taylor's pocket and making the 911 call, the reason behind this should be looked at more closely.
    Maybe he was 'covering' for checking T.'s Purse for 'something' ....jmo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morag View Post
    Here's something that I keep remembering- Taylor's little dog was found at the bridge the next day.
    I can't believe that that tiny little thing ran/walked/toddled all the way back to the bridge instead of heading for the driveway a short distance ahead.

    That dog was put or left at the bridge by someone. (IMO).
    I can just imagine some smart aleck youth taking the dog from Taylor and laughing when she protested.
    I believe that this is a major clue as to the nature of the crime....
    Morag, I agree...
    Why would the little dog run 1/2 to 3/4 mile toward the bridge and stay there all night, when it could have ran home and hid on the porch or in T.'s playhouse, or got with the other dogs at the house and slept with them????
    It doesn't make sense, dogs are smarter than that and they are 'pack' animals.

    I agree with your point, the little dog could have been somewhere else and dropped off at the bridge later that night or early morning...or escaped and got to the bridge on it's way home..

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    Quote Originally Posted by oceanblueeyes View Post

    ~snip~

    This case still smells of young killers maybe with the leader being a little older than them. They are impulsive, reckless and lethal.

    imoo

    How about a Charles Starkweather, Caril Ann Fugate?

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    Every day I say a prayer for these girls ... I'd give anything for closure.




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    Quote Originally Posted by CMorrison64 View Post
    Every day I say a prayer for these girls ... I'd give anything for closure.
    You and me both, CM...
    In loving memory of Skyla Whitaker (1997-2008) and Taylor Paschal-Placker (1995-2008).

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