Discussion in 'Identified!' started by mandiedq, Sep 29, 2013.
I'm hoping for closure for Nonnie Dotson and have also been following Ronald Kuetemeier.
I'm hoping for closure for Nonnie Dodson and have also been following Ronald Kuetemier.
Could this be Amy Ahonen?!
Here is the link to Amy's thread:
Also, links to her other missing/help find websites:
I hope it is Amy, margarita25. I want to know what happened to her.
I am wondering if it could be Terry Lemay.
His vehicle was found on Platte River Road near the intersection
of Highway 67.
Terry Lemay was last seen on November 6, 2012.
A couple of women catch my attention as missing from Jefferson County:
Teresa Schmidt (2002)
Kim Remmel (2012)
Yes, I was thinking about Kim also...she would have been so worried about the horses during the floods...it would have broken her heart to see the live aerial video of the horse trapped and not a darn thing anyone could do about it...I will never get that image out of my mind. I'm sure Kim would be on the front lines helping the horses if she could.
Could the recent floods could have unearthed these remains? If so, what a wonderful blessing among the devastation.
The article indicates the Southern end of Jefferson County, so Teresa Schmidt would be a very strong possible just based on the location. Lost Valley Ranch (Teresa's Loc LKA) is located at the southern tip of Jefferson County.
Wow, I was not familiar with Teresa's case until now (wait a minute, never mind, I was but I think I forgot...its coming back to me now, I think...)...
My first thought is always Mountain Lion attack or slip and fall when I hear about missing hikers in Colorado.
I also want to mention that there are creepos lurking in the mountains / trails. I don't go hiking by myself anymore. All it took was one creepy guy in the bushes and I was out of there for good. Not to mention Mountain lions scare the beejesus out of me.
I was in Deckers last month and I saw a flyer for Terry Lemay, and it's plausible that it could be Terry just from the standpoint of where Douglas and Jefferson counties meet up,
particularly because of where his vehicle was found as well. He could have been hiking up in the mountains.
It's a gorgeous area, despite the devastating damage from the Hayman Fire.
Slightly o/t, but since we are talking about an elk hunter and Colorado, I wanted to post this article for anyone who missed this whole fiasco. It was a huuuuuge outrage & scandal here:
"Neighbors say elk shot by Boulder police was 'our guardian, our protector"
Thank you for posting. Is there a thread here for Nonnie? Scary, she was on a dating website the morning she disappeared. I googled her name and found her missing website; it appears the reward is $100,000. If it is her, this elk hunter is much richer today than he was yesterday.
Wow. His car was found abandoned very near to where these remains were found. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation posting on TL says he possibly was suicidal:
Around 8 seconds into this video, the reporter mentions that the human remains were found in a remote area near the Ouzel Park Campgrounds.
In this link below about the Ouzel Campgrounds; the campgrounds are about four and one half miles north of the town of Deckers on Highway 67.
Praying that two families are able to find out about their loved ones!
How far away is this from where Kara (I can't for the life of me remember her last name) went missing?
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