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    Yeah. Idont feel they are the same people either. Doj site has no similar listings for California missing. Namus is my next stop.


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    Question for anyone who knows, when they say "european dentistry" would that include Canada's methods. And does anyone know offhand what they mean by that in the first place?


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    Carl can you do a composite with her mouth closed?


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    Hmmm my girlfriend is Russian born and raised and she says she looks more german just by the cheek bones and jaw.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie99909 View Post
    Hmmm my girlfriend is Russian born and raised and she says she looks more german just by the cheek bones and jaw.
    That sounds about right to me. I was thinking Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, or thereabouts.


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    Id you notice her freckles? Her hair at the roots is a red-brown. Possible dye or maybe lighter for being outside in the summer?


    Look at her post mortem on her forehead.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie99909 View Post
    Id you notice her freckles? Her hair at the roots is a red-brown. Possible dye or maybe lighter for being outside in the summer?

    Look at her post mortem on her forehead.
    I don't think her roots are lighter than the rest of her hair. I think that is just the way the light hits her hair.

    BTW, I should have given her freckles, but I guess its just laziness .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Billylee View Post
    Question for anyone who knows, when they say "european dentistry" would that include Canada's methods. And does anyone know offhand what they mean by that in the first place?
    I think that Europeans use different metal alloys in the fillings.


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    No worries about the freckles. I'm starting my search off in Poland today off of doenetwork. I'll try between 1980-84.


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    So far nothing on doenetwork.


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    This ones a far fetched possibility but just incase

    Belinda Vanlith
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billylee View Post
    Question for anyone who knows, when they say "european dentistry" would that include Canada's methods. And does anyone know offhand what they mean by that in the first place?
    I called my dentist and his quick answer, without knowing which specific country was involved was: different alloys, different cosmetic standards (Europeans are not so hung up on white teeth, apparently), different training, several different kinds of orthodontic materials, different construction methods for caps and bridges...

    He also said, depending on what work she had done, it might mean work done in this country by a European-trained dentist.


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    I ran across this woman while researching a different case, and remembered her face after Carl posted his sketch. Terri Bishop, missing from Texas in October 1981. She's an exact match on height, weight, hair and eyes. And notice the blouse she's wearing in the second Texas DPS photo.

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/357dftx.html
    http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/mpch/mp...073:55:26PM%27

    Would have to assume she just left her Texas life, since being held captive by Lucas doesn't seem likely...
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    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/2113dfnsw.html


    Eye color is the only thing off abou these two. The noses are similar though. She would have a good amount of time to get from Australia to Reno.


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    Snap plus the history of association with a heroin king ping from new Zealand could make sense.


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