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    Possible Victim: Shannan Gilbert #2

    That I have now listened to someone’s last known words is a lot to digest and though I don’t know what to make of the call, I do not believe that Shannan entered the marsh alone. I am angry that Michael Pak abandoned her to save his own butt and I hope that haunts him every day for the rest of...
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    Victim: Megan Waterman

    Megan’s mom said recently that there were no security cameras on the outside of the hotel nor in the parking lot.
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    Victim: Megan Waterman

    They want the people who are in the video to say wait, that’s me, let’s see what I can recall.
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    Victim: Megan Waterman

    In this particular instance, probably not, but it’s possible he visited the hotel in the months/years prior to Megan’s disappearance if only to familiarize himself with the layout & locations of security cameras. I now wonder if he has a connection to the hotel whether as an employee, married...
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    Victim: Megan Waterman

    If you recall, prior to Megan’s disappearance Amber Costello was asked to meet a potential client at the same hotel but refused to go. I wonder what LISK’s reason is for choosing this hotel; thoughts?
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    FL FL - Sandra Prince, 59, Temple Terrace, Dec 2005

    I worked with Sandra a few years prior to her disappearance and think about her often. She’s been on my mind a lot lately so I’ll see what I can do to get her story back into the Tampa area news. It’s time to remind certain parties that a day of reckoning is due.
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    Victim: Amber Lynn Costello

    Following Schaller’s appearance on the first 48 Hours report on this case, he was on another program where spoke about a strange encounter that he had in Brooklyn. Per Schaller, someone he recognized from his days with Amber drove past him, recognized him, and tried to speak with him. Schaller...
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    Victim: Amber Lynn Costello

    The link didn’t work for me but otherwise, dang, I’m not one who believes in coincidence…
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    IDENTIFIED! Valerie Mack - Jane Doe #6/Manorville Jane Doe - remains located Nov 2000 & April 2011

    Note: though Valerie was allegedly last seen in the summer, that doesn’t mean she fell prey to LISK at that time. It’s possible she was living and/or working in other places throughout the summer and encountered LISK in the fall shortly before her death.
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    UID Victim: Toddler's Mother/Peaches/Jane Doe #4

    To accurately identify her - yes- her DNA and/or familial DNA needs to be in a database. Creating a nationality profile is one thing, while identification is quite another.
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    UID Victim: Toddler's Mother/Peaches/Jane Doe #4

    Not necessarily. Former Police Commissioner Hart said there were problems with the samples extracted from the toddler’s remains, and if none of Peaches’ relatives have submitted DNA samples to public databases - and they aren’t stored in criminal databases - then there is no basis for a...
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    Victim: Amber Lynn Costello

    Now this, in regards to the partner, I did not know.
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    ATLANTIC CITY SK: possible link to LISK and GB4?

    Valerie Mack’s sister says Valerie would not have willingly left New Jersey for New York. Long Island serial murders: Families of victims renew calls for justice in decade-old cold case
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    Victim: Jessica Taylor

    Whether Valerie Mack had a tattoo has not been confirmed by law enforcement or her family, and it likely won’t be until LISK is caught and he confirms or discounts the presence of a tattoo on Valerie’s body.
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    UID Victim: Toddler's Mother/Peaches/Jane Doe #4

    My gut says Peaches’ identity is right under someone’s nose and they don’t realize it. Strictly opinion and yep, as I’ve previously suggested: I think she’s from one of the racially diverse neighborhoods comprising Queens and was likely a victim of circumstance - she wasn’t a working girl...
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