Australia Australia - Claremont SK, 1996-97, Perth, WA - #14

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  1. Spooks-R-Us

    Spooks-R-Us New Member

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    I have to look up CG's law firm again and see what type of law they specialise in.


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  2. petedavo.au

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    Mostly commercial stuff, like contracts. Which is how my mother in law's friend who worked at HWE came to be at a staff function that had the legal firm's staff at. Can't remember whether her firm was at theirs or vice versa though. But it's common for law firms and private investigation firms and such like to invite client firm staff to parties, as it's all about touting for work.

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  3. Canning Vale

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    What I've mentioned about the revenue data bases is that most probably a great deal of staff would have access. I've worked for a few government agencies and that's how they work. It's just reality!
     
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    I know that at the time of the CSK we used Streetsmart not UBD as the map book of choice in the largest taxi co-op dispatch baseroom in Perth. (Not mentioning the name)
     
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    :chillout:

    I was attempting to explain about government service providers, without mentioning any particular government agencies name. However, I will mention that a techie would need to raise work orders. Work orders are usually raised from a revenue system. A revenue system contains the customer details.
     
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    I vaguely remember my old school friend had a UBD when he worked at Telecom and Telstra. Dunno if it was a work issued one or not as it was in his Torana

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  8. Canning Vale

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    Some street directories had overlays. For a few extra dollars overlays were supplied, showing the services. I think UBD supplied them. Telstra employees would need to know where the gas, electric and any other pipework was buried.
     
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    Here Canning Vale is the approx location of the GR cross the Shoalwater task force placed in Karnup. It is probably still there & on a dry day you can still probably go there in a 2wd. I think the perp who did it was a local or just passing through. IMO.

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    Oh BTW the pine trees have all been cut down, so don't expect to see them. :) Someone posted quite some time ago that 'SS was in Parkerville' & also said 'And that is a fact!' I think that might have been BRE, but maybe not also. He also said the good Doc knew more than anyone else. So was that P/ville, Pechey Rd,Swan View or Ankatell. The former head of the SCS said if SS was in the Jane Brook creek there would be nothing left. I would agree. Teams have searched at the top of Swan View & one person has been all over Parkerville. Hopefully the SCS might get some clues from BRE's PC as to where SS may be. The P/ville exchange is #2 Owen Rd. But is too close to houses.
     
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    Possibility also explain victim discovery sites being well away from each other. Try to cause confusion to investigators by concentrating on discovery sites rather than any possible holding site/s.
    Perpetrator did "hold" at lest one earlier victim till they were no longer required, this process could easily escalate as the ******* predator evolved.
     
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    So do phone books. The only advantage someone would have who worked in a telecommunications company may be access to private numbers or reverse listings which weren't readily available at the time. Units were often listed with the block number without the unit number in the phone book.
     
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    It would be possible for a Telstra employee to search a phone number and locate an address.
     
  14. WhyWhy

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    Meticulously, still an orienteering member reading and occasionally posting, but unpopularly have no interest in the map lines proposed. Other than to say that RedHill, JohnForrest and Parkerville are all often run over every which way by orienteers. So unless covered / buried likely for SS to already have been found if there.
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  15. DRT

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    Hi Canning Vale, that is what I meant with Reverse Listings. I know somewhere around 1997 to 1998 I had a cold call from a charity asking if I would like to collect for them in a particular area this was not in WA and I asked them how they knew I was in that area to which the response was they had a reverse listing. I think around that time Telstra was selling CDs to businesses who were able to reverse list it themselves.

    I guess knowing their address with the identified victims is irrelevant.

    Adding to your point there have been other forum comments I think originating from the Post Newspaper about a woman attacked receiving phone calls from
    someone who they believed was the offender. She wanted to know how they got her number.
     
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    Weird and double weird.

    snipped from blog
    an address I lived as at 20 10 1992 which was unit 36, of a street number 46 in Glendalough (Irish name)

    the address of my parents (Catholic) as at 20 10 1992 was house number 126 in a street in another suburb

    my employer's address as at 20 10 1992 was number 56 in a street in West Perth

    my year of birth is 1961

    postcode of Claremont is 6010

    The father and mother: Holy Rosary School on Angelico Woodlands. However you get 126 Williamstown on this corner on a google search (see .jpg)

    Williams, the town is Williams is a town located in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, 161 kilometres south-southeast of the state capital, Perth along Albany Highway and 32 kilometres west of Narrogin. The Williams River passes through the town. Wikipedia HEMA Map reference 74/F4. 33 01' 49" S 116 52' 46" E

    126.161.32E ??

    The son
    36 46 Moondyne 6084
    36.466084

    The employer
    56 Ord St West Perth Wray Patent Attorneys ?

    Check out 56 Thomas St WP and 61 Thomas St WP.

    Birth 1961

    Postcode Claremont 6010

    Ignore 0 and 9's (numerology) 1661

    Extra weird is that 126 Williamson comes up automatically on google maps as pictured but in reality number 44 is the house marked in Google. There is no 126. How does someone get google maps to show a non existent house number which matches a 2007 CSK Clue??

    20 10 1992 A Patent??

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    Possible first wife EE was at Conti with CG's Law firm the night she disappeared. If cops don't think the abductions were random, a possible scenario could have been the accused may have been keeping an eye on first wife and noticed CG. Quickly left and knowing shortcut in lane behind ACR was able to abduct her on the night. JMOO.

    Interesting, Wrays Patent Attorneys at 56 Ord St West Perth may have been known to CG's old law firm.
     
  18. Spooks-R-Us

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    WhyWhy
    Do you know if Paull's Valley gets overrun with orienteers?


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  19. Spooks-R-Us

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    I still think Hidden Valley Road sounds like a good location to hide things!! [emoji12][emoji2][emoji106]


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  20. Canning Vale

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    Drt,

    Thanks for the reply, most interesting about the phone calls. I was referring to government service providers such as AG, WP, WC & T. Those providers have certain details of almost everyone in the state. Although a sociopath might have high level access I don’t suppose they’d adhere to the strict confidentiality clauses.

    Telephone books are indexed by surname, but a revenue database requires minimal information. Locating someone’s address with a common surname would be easy if you had their suburb.

    At least one of those government departments holds latitude and longitude coordinates of each customer’s household. It also holds a history of events which has occurred at the property. Some parts of that system do need different levels of permission access, such as raising work orders which are automatically forwarded to SAP. Some employees have permission to access systems from home, giving hours of search time. I’m not suggesting anyone has done so, but these are my thoughts and opinions.
     
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