AR AR - Morgan Nick, 6, Alma, 9 Jun 1995

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I believe every word of what Stephenie House posted on her Facebook this was the work of a deaf man named Bart Hayes who lured Morgan with candy into his red truck and killed her dumping her body in a landfield near Fort Smith on June 9th 1995.

He admitted twice to Alma police he took her and they didn’t believe him he walked free for 26 years and died two weeks ago of cancer.

Stephenie has said he also admitted to a friend and some family he did this and they reported it but again the police chose to do nothing.

Look at Bart Hayes and the other composite sketch and you have your man. If the police won’t believe Stephenie then she needs to go straight to Colleen Nick and tell her face to face this is what happen to Morgan.

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I don't know how helpful this will be, but I have attempted to run the composite sketch through AI to see what it would give me. This is a mix of Remini AI, ArtBreeder, and Adobe Photoshop Neural Filter "Smart Portrait". I tried to stay as close as possible to the original composite sketch. The "Smart Portrait" filter allows some aging effects which I tried. ArtBreeder immediately starts re-interpreting the sketch and changes it up a good deal, so I used very little of it - though I could see it being useful for actual eyewitnesses.
 

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Bumping for Morgan’s family. I joined websleuths shortly after Laci Peterson went missing, and I eventually started reviewing the cold cases on here. Morgan and Jacob Wetterling’s cases both stuck out to me. We have answers for Laci and Jacob. Now it’s Morgan’s turn.
 

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"On June 9, 1995, a 6-year-old named Morgan Nick disappeared right under her mother’s nose in Alma, Arkansas — and she's still missing today.

Following her disappearance, Nick’s family was devastated, but never lost faith. With thousands of leads turning up since 1995, the case has periodically seen renewed interest and calls to action.

But with virtually every lead ultimately going nowhere, the family has yet to find closure. Nearing 30 years later, Morgan Nick’s family continues to hope they may someday see their daughter alive again."
 

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Morgan Nick Truck

Hello, this is Jeff and Taralynn from the upcoming podcast Cold Case Central (follow us on Facebook for updates). Below are our thoughts as to whether the truck shown in the picture released by law enforcement is Billy Jack Linck's (the FBI's person of interest) or not. The picture shown below on the far left is the picture released by law enforcement. It was taken at the ball field the night Morgan was taken and is believed to be the kidnapper's vehicle.

We were able to obtain the VIN number from Billy Jack's red Chevy truck and ran a vehicle history check on it. It is listed as a half ton, two wheel drive V8 "1986 Chevrolet C/K 10 Base/Scottsdale/Silverado" (Billy Jack's was the Scottsdale package). Billy Jack apparently bought it from an auto auction in Van Buren, Arkansas in January, 1995 with 77,045 miles on it (5 months before Morgan's abduction). It has had many owners since then but is apparently still on the road in close proximity to Alma, Arkansas (the Police and FBI probably know exactly where it is or could find it in about 30 seconds). Anyway, being that Billy Jack's truck is a C10 (Chevy Scottsdale), we are not convinced that the truck in the picture released by law enforcement is his.

The main reason that we are not convinced is because of the rear fender well (AKA wheel well or wheel arch). In the picture below you can see how rounded it is. The 1986 Chevy Scottsdale fender wells were pretty flat (horizontal) and wide and not rounded near as much as the fender well in the picture appears to be. See the 1986 Chevy Scottsdale sample pic shown below (middle pic) for comparison. Also, the distance from the top middle of the fender well to the top of the truck bed in the law enforcement photo looks shorter than the distance on a C10.

The other reason that we question if this is Billy Jack's truck is because of the tail light positioning. It looks like the tail lights might be set high on the back of the truck (although the picture is not clear). On 1986 Chevy C10s the tail lights are small square tail lights that are set midway down the body on the back end as can be seen in the Chevy Scottsdale picture.

We would also bet money that Billy Jack's Chevy Scottsdale did not have chrome wheels with black center caps/hub caps in 1995. The FBI is smarter than we are and must have additional unreleased evidence that made them zero in on Billy Jack. However, if they think that this truck is Billy Jack's 1986 Chevy Scottsdale, we think they're barking up the wrong tree unless the picture is distorting the truck's features a good bit.

We submitted the law enforcement picture to a professional photo enhancer with instructions to enhance the picture further. We gave him no information as to what the picture was or what it related to (he still doesn't know). He enhanced the picture as requested (third pic from right shown below), but unfortunately, there is still a lot of distortion in the pic and the tail lights could not be enhanced. However, a couple things immediately caught our eye. Damage can be seen on the back of the camper now (the photo editor was not told about the reported damage) and it appears that someone in a ball cap may be sitting in the cab of the truck (although it could just be distortion or something in the truck background).

We are always open to thoughts and feedback and are willing to change our opinion on any of the above if new or additional information warrants.
 

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Morgan Nick Truck

Hello, this is Jeff and Taralynn from the upcoming podcast Cold Case Central (follow us on Facebook for updates). Below are our thoughts as to whether the truck shown in the picture released by law enforcement is Billy Jack Linck's (the FBI's person of interest) or not. The picture shown below on the far left is the picture released by law enforcement. It was taken at the ball field the night Morgan was taken and is believed to be the kidnapper's vehicle.

We were able to obtain the VIN number from Billy Jack's red Chevy truck and ran a vehicle history check on it. It is listed as a half ton, two wheel drive V8 "1986 Chevrolet C/K 10 Base/Scottsdale/Silverado" (Billy Jack's was the Scottsdale package). Billy Jack apparently bought it from an auto auction in Van Buren, Arkansas in January, 1995 with 77,045 miles on it (5 months before Morgan's abduction). It has had many owners since then but is apparently still on the road in close proximity to Alma, Arkansas (the Police and FBI probably know exactly where it is or could find it in about 30 seconds). Anyway, being that Billy Jack's truck is a C10 (Chevy Scottsdale), we are not convinced that the truck in the picture released by law enforcement is his.

The main reason that we are not convinced is because of the rear fender well (AKA wheel well or wheel arch). In the picture below you can see how rounded it is. The 1986 Chevy Scottsdale fender wells were pretty flat (horizontal) and wide and not rounded near as much as the fender well in the picture appears to be. See the 1986 Chevy Scottsdale sample pic shown below (middle pic) for comparison. Also, the distance from the top middle of the fender well to the top of the truck bed in the law enforcement photo looks shorter than the distance on a C10.

The other reason that we question if this is Billy Jack's truck is because of the tail light positioning. It looks like the tail lights might be set high on the back of the truck (although the picture is not clear). On 1986 Chevy C10s the tail lights are small square tail lights that are set midway down the body on the back end as can be seen in the Chevy Scottsdale picture.

We would also bet money that Billy Jack's Chevy Scottsdale did not have chrome wheels with black center caps/hub caps in 1995. The FBI is smarter than we are and must have additional unreleased evidence that made them zero in on Billy Jack. However, if they think that this truck is Billy Jack's 1986 Chevy Scottsdale, we think they're barking up the wrong tree unless the picture is distorting the truck's features a good bit.

We submitted the law enforcement picture to a professional photo enhancer with instructions to enhance the picture further. We gave him no information as to what the picture was or what it related to (he still doesn't know). He enhanced the picture as requested (third pic from right shown below), but unfortunately, there is still a lot of distortion in the pic and the tail lights could not be enhanced. However, a couple things immediately caught our eye. Damage can be seen on the back of the camper now (the photo editor was not told about the reported damage) and it appears that someone in a ball cap may be sitting in the cab of the truck (although it could just be distortion or something in the truck background).

We are always open to thoughts and feedback and are willing to change our opinion on any of the above if new or additional information warrants.
I don’t see the pics in your post. Can you please try again?
 

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Haven't read all the way through the thread, so it may already be posted. But...have you guys ever saw the comment section from the Unsolved Mysteries page for this case? Theres a poster there that keeps hinting that he knows what happened to Morgan. Makes statements like "she's happy with her new family". I mean it's probably a troll...but what if...
 

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Haven't read all the way through the thread, so it may already be posted. But...have you guys ever saw the comment section from the Unsolved Mysteries page for this case? Theres a poster there that keeps hinting that he knows what happened to Morgan. Makes statements like "she's happy with her new family". I mean it's probably a troll...but whatYe
 

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Yes, I saw. I keeping checking to see if he posts anything else. It's probably a troll but it's weird how many similar comments have been made over the years on that thread. If it's the kidnapper he's probably enjoying not being caught.
 

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Yes, I saw. I keeping checking to see if he posts anything else. It's probably a troll but it's weird how many similar comments have been made over the years on that thread. If it's the kidnapper he's probably enjoying not being caught.
Yah a troll usually doesn't post for that long I wouldn't think. This person has been at it for years.
 

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Morgan Nick Truck

Hello, this is Jeff and Taralynn from the upcoming podcast Cold Case Central (follow us on Facebook for updates). Below are our thoughts as to whether the truck shown in the picture released by law enforcement is Billy Jack Linck's (the FBI's person of interest) or not. The picture shown below on the far left is the picture released by law enforcement. It was taken at the ball field the night Morgan was taken and is believed to be the kidnapper's vehicle.

We were able to obtain the VIN number from Billy Jack's red Chevy truck and ran a vehicle history check on it. It is listed as a half ton, two wheel drive V8 "1986 Chevrolet C/K 10 Base/Scottsdale/Silverado" (Billy Jack's was the Scottsdale package). Billy Jack apparently bought it from an auto auction in Van Buren, Arkansas in January, 1995 with 77,045 miles on it (5 months before Morgan's abduction). It has had many owners since then but is apparently still on the road in close proximity to Alma, Arkansas (the Police and FBI probably know exactly where it is or could find it in about 30 seconds). Anyway, being that Billy Jack's truck is a C10 (Chevy Scottsdale), we are not convinced that the truck in the picture released by law enforcement is his.

The main reason that we are not convinced is because of the rear fender well (AKA wheel well or wheel arch). In the picture below you can see how rounded it is. The 1986 Chevy Scottsdale fender wells were pretty flat (horizontal) and wide and not rounded near as much as the fender well in the picture appears to be. See the 1986 Chevy Scottsdale sample pic shown below (middle pic) for comparison. Also, the distance from the top middle of the fender well to the top of the truck bed in the law enforcement photo looks shorter than the distance on a C10.

The other reason that we question if this is Billy Jack's truck is because of the tail light positioning. It looks like the tail lights might be set high on the back of the truck (although the picture is not clear). On 1986 Chevy C10s the tail lights are small square tail lights that are set midway down the body on the back end as can be seen in the Chevy Scottsdale picture.

We would also bet money that Billy Jack's Chevy Scottsdale did not have chrome wheels with black center caps/hub caps in 1995. The FBI is smarter than we are and must have additional unreleased evidence that made them zero in on Billy Jack. However, if they think that this truck is Billy Jack's 1986 Chevy Scottsdale, we think they're barking up the wrong tree unless the picture is distorting the truck's features a good bit.

We submitted the law enforcement picture to a professional photo enhancer with instructions to enhance the picture further. We gave him no information as to what the picture was or what it related to (he still doesn't know). He enhanced the picture as requested (third pic from right shown below), but unfortunately, there is still a lot of distortion in the pic and the tail lights could not be enhanced. However, a couple things immediately caught our eye. Damage can be seen on the back of the camper now (the photo editor was not told about the reported damage) and it appears that someone in a ball cap may be sitting in the cab of the truck (although it could just be distortion or something in the truck background).

We are always open to thoughts and feedback and are willing to change our opinion on any of the above if new or additional information warrants.
Great work, thank you!
 

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Morgan Nick Truck

Hello, this is Jeff and Taralynn from the upcoming podcast Cold Case Central (follow us on Facebook for updates). Below are our thoughts as to whether the truck shown in the picture released by law enforcement is Billy Jack Linck's (the FBI's person of interest) or not. The picture shown below on the far left is the picture released by law enforcement. It was taken at the ball field the night Morgan was taken and is believed to be the kidnapper's vehicle.

We were able to obtain the VIN number from Billy Jack's red Chevy truck and ran a vehicle history check on it. It is listed as a half ton, two wheel drive V8 "1986 Chevrolet C/K 10 Base/Scottsdale/Silverado" (Billy Jack's was the Scottsdale package). Billy Jack apparently bought it from an auto auction in Van Buren, Arkansas in January, 1995 with 77,045 miles on it (5 months before Morgan's abduction). It has had many owners since then but is apparently still on the road in close proximity to Alma, Arkansas (the Police and FBI probably know exactly where it is or could find it in about 30 seconds). Anyway, being that Billy Jack's truck is a C10 (Chevy Scottsdale), we are not convinced that the truck in the picture released by law enforcement is his.

The main reason that we are not convinced is because of the rear fender well (AKA wheel well or wheel arch). In the picture below you can see how rounded it is. The 1986 Chevy Scottsdale fender wells were pretty flat (horizontal) and wide and not rounded near as much as the fender well in the picture appears to be. See the 1986 Chevy Scottsdale sample pic shown below (middle pic) for comparison. Also, the distance from the top middle of the fender well to the top of the truck bed in the law enforcement photo looks shorter than the distance on a C10.

The other reason that we question if this is Billy Jack's truck is because of the tail light positioning. It looks like the tail lights might be set high on the back of the truck (although the picture is not clear). On 1986 Chevy C10s the tail lights are small square tail lights that are set midway down the body on the back end as can be seen in the Chevy Scottsdale picture.

We would also bet money that Billy Jack's Chevy Scottsdale did not have chrome wheels with black center caps/hub caps in 1995. The FBI is smarter than we are and must have additional unreleased evidence that made them zero in on Billy Jack. However, if they think that this truck is Billy Jack's 1986 Chevy Scottsdale, we think they're barking up the wrong tree unless the picture is distorting the truck's features a good bit.

We submitted the law enforcement picture to a professional photo enhancer with instructions to enhance the picture further. We gave him no information as to what the picture was or what it related to (he still doesn't know). He enhanced the picture as requested (third pic from right shown below), but unfortunately, there is still a lot of distortion in the pic and the tail lights could not be enhanced. However, a couple things immediately caught our eye. Damage can be seen on the back of the camper now (the photo editor was not told about the reported damage) and it appears that someone in a ball cap may be sitting in the cab of the truck (although it could just be distortion or something in the truck background).

We are always open to thoughts and feedback and are willing to change our opinion on any of the above if new or additional information warrants.
To me, the big thing was the age. He would have been 70 at the time of the abduction. All the witness statements said he was 23-38.
 

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@Caring1 Hey could you post the current list of NamUs exclusions for Morgan Nick? I would greatly appreciate it.
 
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