dark_shadows, I am so very sorry to know this. I can't imagine how that would absolutely haunt you. And to know that the person/people responsible were never brought to justice makes it even more so.This is heartbreaking. My good friend was murdered and found in a shallow grave. His murderer or murderers were never found.
Every time I see the word or hear the word "shallow", I think of him. No matter how that word is used, will the pain and heartbreak ever stop? Thank-you for listening to me.
is there any mention tod. of the remains? I know it said a long time....months or years?
It looks like the body had been in the grave for at least five years, Franklin pointed out.
More than likely it happened after 1991 because the landowner was not a permanent resident of the home on the property after that time, Franklin said. The yard was overgrown and leaves were covering up the yard. When the landowner started doing yard work, he noticed a piece of tarp and pulled on it. Thats when he discovered the remains.
You're welcome! Just wish there was a more up-to-date article for us...
Dear TallCoolOne,:blowkiss:dark_shadows, I am so very sorry to know this. I can't imagine how that would absolutely haunt you. And to know that the person/people responsible were never brought to justice makes it even more so.
Salem, are you perhaps making reference to Lisa Stebic, missing from Plainfield, IL since May?
Chico, thanks for the update, I haven't had a chance to check anything in the last couple days or watch the local news here for any new info. I would bet that Montgomery County is also very anxious b/c Montgomery always has several missing people and Lake Jordan/Elmore County is right next door to them. We are about 2 counties away but in the same area of the state.