No, unfortunately. I’ve been searching many angles and search words in the old newspapers and never did I find one beyond the ones (few actually) about trying to identify her. Which I find strange and sad.
Or as I hope, it is just my poor searching skills.
Luulabobss & Bit of Hope thank you for trying to figuring out if she identified.
Even if she is, I wonder that her murder is still unsolved?
I found an unsolved case from Vernon Parish, LA (around 250 miles from Jefferson Parish) where a teenage girl was stabbed to death in april 1980.
Good find, I wonder about the tattoos?
The killer could very well be lying about the name/alias…
It doesn’t make sense if LE withhold information about the case if there’s been a conviction. But who knows.
I understand, it is good question. I would imagine the person arrested would have revealed why to police. I seems this person also was the one who told the police about the alias Robert/Bob Copeland.
I don’t know if the person was convicted though?
I read it somewhere in this tread, it may have been someones assumption. I’ll look for it.
You’re right, if she left the house willingly her mannerisms were far beyond gone. I can’t comprihend that she did anyway. But I guess thats what the evidence suggest so far?
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By chance I came across this website because it featured another missing child by the last name Magee. The site is owned by Erika Marie
I used the contact form and asked if she would include Valina Magee on her site. She posted a very wellwritten article with...
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I did read that too here in this tread.
That’s the thing. Human recollection is triggy. Maybe the neighbor didn’t hear the dogs barking, butthat doesn’t mean they didn’t bark.
The two witnesses on the highway for an example. The one that saw a person, which he...
The article from the Chicago Tribune by Kim Barker mentioned in post #6:
Her last name is spelled Mcghee in that article. I actually wonder which is the right way to spell the last name.
Unfortunately it doesn’t provide...
As far as I’ve read, I don’t think they have been named POI nor have I seen that they haven’t been at any point.
I may have misread, but there is The Turners as in the family who owned the shed and there was also a reverend Turner mentioned, as a neighbor of the Turner family?
Prayers for Asha and her loved ones...
Among many disturbing and weird things in this case:
1. The Turners find some items in their shed the day after Ashas disappearence, one of the things being a picture of a young girl. They assume the items doesn’t have anything to do with Asha but...
I read it as STEHOU, like Rue de la STEHOU.
We must assume the adress is fake regardless. I’m thinking she just used the ‘rue de la’ as street/boulevard and added a proper noun. May be random or it might not be.
Like ‘something’ strasse (german) or ‘something’ vegen (norwegian) and so on...