FL FL - Jennifer Odom, 12, Blanton, 19 Feb 1993

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Hi, I am new to websleuths, but I am not a stranger to the JO case. I was 12 when she was abducted and killed, the same age as her. I was born and raised in Pasco County, and this was definitely the case that had everyone on high alert. The only other case I remember like this was the Adam Walsh case.
Anyhow, I have been following this case off and on throughout my growing up and for a while I just stopped following it because there weren't any "new" leads or updates.
Just recently I've started to gain my interest back in cold cases which has left me reading about SO many victims that are either still missing or are unidentified. All I could think about is "The forgotten ones". This is what bough me here, back to my childhood, the memories of JO. So, I started reading and following up on any news leads or old leads that may have been over looked, researching old POI and comparing similarities between her case and other unsolved cases, DNA matches, witness accounts, time lines, ect. After reading this forum from start to finish, I must say a lot of great info and hard work has been put into this case. It's heartwarming to see that I am not the only one this case just doesn't sit right with and that is seeking answers.
One person throughout this entire case has stuck with me deep down in my gut, right to the bottom of my soul and he was a POI at one point in the investigation however they could not connect him to her abduction nor her murder. From what I have read on here and also from "profilers" he would be someone familiar with the area due to either his work, or because he lived in the area. Being that witnesses say that he had latter racks and poles in the back of his truck leads me to agree with another websleuthers thoughts that he is a person who works in the orchards, that would explain the latter's and pole like pipes they say were in the back of his truck. He also knew where a "illegal" dumping site that people frequently dumped trash and debris was located tht would ultimately throw the investigation off track being its just across the county line of the sistering County, suggesting that this person is or could also work in construction as the location where some of her belongings were later found was part of a construction site for a hospital. I have some articles that I feel in my gut are way too coincidental in regards to this case. I hope I'm not going off the deep end, it's just that this particular POI really stands out and after reading these articles and a few more, it all just seems to fit together as him being her killer. I'm open to anything anyone has, I've highlighted important facts that stood out to me that made sense after comparing to her case and whatnot.Screenshot_20211104-060105_Chrome.jpg Screenshot_20211104-104204_Photo Editor.jpg Screenshot_20211104-104321_Photo Editor.jpg Screenshot_20211104-103928_Gallery.jpg Screenshot_20211104-053720_Chrome.jpg Screenshot_20211104-082120_Chrome.jpg
 

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Hi, I am new to websleuths, but I am not a stranger to the JO case. I was 12 when she was abducted and killed, the same age as her. I was born and raised in Pasco County, and this was definitely the case that had everyone on high alert. The only other case I remember like this was the Adam Walsh case.
Anyhow, I have been following this case off and on throughout my growing up and for a while I just stopped following it because there weren't any "new" leads or updates.
Just recently I've started to gain my interest back in cold cases which has left me reading about SO many victims that are either still missing or are unidentified. All I could think about is "The forgotten ones". This is what bough me here, back to my childhood, the memories of JO. So, I started reading and following up on any news leads or old leads that may have been over looked, researching old POI and comparing similarities between her case and other unsolved cases, DNA matches, witness accounts, time lines, ect. After reading this forum from start to finish, I must say a lot of great info and hard work has been put into this case. It's heartwarming to see that I am not the only one this case just doesn't sit right with and that is seeking answers.
One person throughout this entire case has stuck with me deep down in my gut, right to the bottom of my soul and he was a POI at one point in the investigation however they could not connect him to her abduction nor her murder. From what I have read on here and also from "profilers" he would be someone familiar with the area due to either his work, or because he lived in the area. Being that witnesses say that he had latter racks and poles in the back of his truck leads me to agree with another websleuthers thoughts that he is a person who works in the orchards, that would explain the latter's and pole like pipes they say were in the back of his truck. He also knew where a "illegal" dumping site that people frequently dumped trash and debris was located tht would ultimately throw the investigation off track being its just across the county line of the sistering County, suggesting that this person is or could also work in construction as the location where some of her belongings were later found was part of a construction site for a hospital. I have some articles that I feel in my gut are way too coincidental in regards to this case. I hope I'm not going off the deep end, it's just that this particular POI really stands out and after reading these articles and a few more, it all just seems to fit together as him being her killer. I'm open to anything anyone has, I've highlighted important facts that stood out to me that made sense after comparing to her case and whatnot.View attachment 320469 View attachment 320470 View attachment 320471 View attachment 320472 View attachment 320473 View attachment 320474

This is amazing work! I have been off websleuths for awhile and just got checked in on a lark, I love this information, I have not heard of Potts, so this is all new info.
 

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