This is one of the few women in these pictures that looks older to me. She also looks very upset in both pictures. (whereas some of the younger girls look happy)
I think she resembles this person, though the Namus picture isn't very clear. Gayla Christine Schaper, disappeared June 1979, when she was 27, from Moscow Idaho:
There's another picture of her here:
It mentions a "Lewis & Clark Valley" serial killer. Not sure what exactly they are referring to yet, but someone here mentioned the ring on another girl could be Lewis & Clark college or something? If Alcala was going back and forth to Washington, he certainly could've jaunted into Idaho easily enough.
Last edited by BeanE; 04-12-2010 at 11:48 PM.
I do too Billylee.
I can't enlarge the pic with the red shirt enough to see her teeth without it blurring too much. Can anybody else see if the teeth are similar? They sure do look a lot alike.
If she's in Alcala photos it's most likely an isolated case, IMO. (By isolated I mean that somebody else killed those other people.) From what I can find in your links and by googling, many of the disappearances or murders that might have to do with a possible serial killer in Lewiston/Clarkston happened in the 1980's and Alcala had an alibi, being incarcerated.
Last edited by Donjeta; 03-21-2010 at 05:48 PM.
It would be great to have an exact timeline of late June/early July, 1979 to pin this down some more. According to reports, the timeline is one of the things detectives are hard at work on.
This guy was all over the place killing women, he was consumed with murder. I wouldn't be shocked if the ultimate toll of victims is a hundred or more.
Here's a pic I think is this same woman, taken at a different time.
Link to large version.
Last edited by Bargle; 03-23-2010 at 08:52 PM.
What kind of trees are they that are used to hold up the backdrop?Would they be particular to the area of Lewis/Clarkston? At first I didn't think they were real. Why wouldn't a photographer use the natural light? Then again look who we are talking about. I've never seen trees like this.
Those aren't trees that live in most of the country. I think I've seen them in Florida. I don't know what they're called, though.
I'm not sure it's the same woman. Could be, but if it is, the other hair is definitely a wig.
Have we compared Stacie Elisabeth Madison?
Last edited by dsntslp; 03-24-2010 at 06:44 PM.
The trees are some sort of palm. I can tell by the 'node' looking protrusions on the trunk that are left when the fronds fall off.
Part of a frond can also be seen on the tree on the right.
They look very close but are their nosetips the same?
Farrah haired woman has quite a lot of pigmentation on her chest.
It looks to me like the upset lady's nosetip points more upwards, we can see more of her nostrils.
But I guess we could have that effect if the patch jacket lady leans slightly towards the photographer, and if the upset lady tilts her head back slightly, repulsed by the photographer and trying to get her distance.
I don't know if this will help but I put the "Farrah Hair" on the woman by the trees. It's a pretty rough edit but thought I'd try anyway!
It is the nature of the truth to struggle to the light.