Was the video viewed prior to the noon time siting to see if the suspect drove in, but had to drive out becauseof activity?
great question. probably in a landfill although it's probably been burned by now
I know everyone is frustrated with the lack of answers in this case, but please keep in mind that family and friends of Jennifer Kesse do read the various forums. Please keep this in mind when you comment. Thanks
I will test the shower tomorrow, Left. It is rather humid here at the moment and in the upper 80s so that should be reminiscent of Fl weather...wouldn't it? I keep my ac on about 71 degrees.
Does anyone recall where the are photos of the exact gate that Cat took earlier? I think I am a bit confused. The 3 photos with the poi show a building and a car parked there...so exactly where is the gate located? If he walked already around the pool to the far side by downing...there is no building but there is parking. If he walked halfway around where there looks to be a gate...there is a building, but there is no parking. So I am missing something somewhere or I am very tired.
Also, I recalled there was a mention of a body found in the woods near the apts before it was turned into Mosaic in 2004. I think it was in the same post section as the people talking about the horrors of living in the same units when the break-ins with keys were happening. Has anyone been able to track down a story on that? I have found nothing dating back that far, but would be interested in knowing.
Good ideas bobbisangel.
Here is a straight forward question. The answer will go a long way toward solving this case.
Where is Jennifer?
I know jack all about tracker dogs but as I understand it the dog tracked from the car back to mosaic, to a fence and to the stairwell of Jennifers condo.
If this is correct is it not a fantastic coincidence that if the dog was tracking wrong he went back to Jennifers complex?
He could have gone anywhere surely?
HOTG? The Mall? Timbuk two?
The shower experiment is currently ongoing now. I will check it every 15 minutes until it is dry, so we can get this out of the way. May not matter, but at least we will have an answer and not have to discuss it further.
Thanks, Left, for the explanation of that wall. The pics on Jenn's site are what I have been looking at. You have to look very closely to find the walls which have probably their logo on the outside and decorative. Makes sense now.
UK, they stated early on there was no one working security in the manned booth. I found no other mention of a security company coming on until after Jenn went missing, but I will go back and doublecheck that.
Cat will have to physically go to the SPCA or someone who lives in FL. I am too far away as well. I doubt they will give us that information over the phone as to their uniforms there.
You are not alone thinking that LE's case went wrong on that very lead of the POI's height or skipped over (because they did not 'sweep' her condo before others contaminated the scene nor did they do it afterwards).
The case is considered cold even if LE hasn't admitted it. I ran across an article last night and LE stated there were only 60 leads initially which they felt was a seriously low number in a high profile case such as this (which tells me this case went cold very quickly). The playing cards are for "cold cases".
Actually it seems logical that Jennifers scent would be in Mosiac -and it seems logical to me that if the dog lost the scent, it might have gotten a wift of scent from mosiac.
If you will go back into Jenn's thread, LionRun explained how the dogs "trail" and it would have been trailing the perp and not Jenn. The "scent" they are picking up isn't just airborne, as I understood it.
http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1513759&highlight=Dog+trailing#post1513759 Post #331
Wouldn't the dog be trailing the perp? I would have to assume the scent he was tasked to follow was from the seat of her car and he was the last one driving it...unless LE had something else we are unaware of belonging to the perp.Actually, that entirely depends on what the dog was trained to do and asked to do. Do we have information on what kind of dog this was?
A dog trained in trailing would absolutely be looking for Jennifer and not be confused about the perps scent, unless the article was a contaminated source of scent.
An airscenting dog seems like it would NOT be used in this case, because they look for humans - they are good at search and rescue in unpopulated places.
Time started: 12:00 p.m.
Conditions: Outside Temperature-83 Degrees, Humidity-80%, Dewpoint-76 Degrees, Inside Temperature-72 Degrees with AC on.
1 hour: Still wet on all surfaces.
2 hours: The shower tile on sides are drying, but there are still droplets of water on everything else and the bottom is still noticeably wet.
3 hours: The shower tiles on sides are completely dry, the droplets of water are only on the underside of the metal spout, soapdish, towel rack besides the larger puddles of water located on the bottom of the shower.
3.25 hours: No change.
3.5 hours: No noticeable change.
3.75 hours: Drops fewer and smaller on undersides of objects mentioned above, but still present. Larger drops of water still on bottom of shower.
4 hours: No noticeable change.
4.25 hours: Very few drops left underneath objects and a couple of drops still present on bottom of shower.
4.5 hours: DRY!