Gilgo Beach LISK Serial Killer, Rex Heuermann, charged with 3 murders, July 2023 #5

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I just had a thought:

What if he has a safe deposit box somewhere? Bank employees are not allowed to see what a customer keeps in their safe deposit box. Only the person who rents/owns the box can. And they have to go to private rooms that don’t even have cameras in them when they want to visit the safe deposit box. Is it possible he could have some trophies hidden in one?

Source: I work at a financial institution and they are very strict about us employees making sure the customer goes to a private room before they open up their box, even if they just need to for a second to put something else in it.
I agree, Banks go to great lengths to keep the contents of your Safe Deposit Box confidential.

But Banks will not give you a Safe Deposit Box without a Social Security Number.
This would be easily traced back to RH.

JMO
 
'jul 24, 2023
With helicopters buzzing overhead, Suffolk Police Commissioner Rodney Harrison on Monday said ground-penetrating radar was being used in a backyard dig at the Long Island home of Gilgo Beach serial killer suspect Rex Heuermann.'

'Jul 24, 2023
Rex Heuermann’s sister-in-law Dr. Johanna Ellerup told NBC News she’s stunned by his arrest. “My ego has great difficulty processing the idea that I looked Rex in the eye and was unable to discern any murderous intentions.” Meanwhile, cops used a backhoe to dig up the yard of Heuermann’s home in Massapequa Park, Long Island. They also removed a greenhouse and deck, and scanned the yard with ground penetrating radar. Heuermann has pleaded not guilty. Les Trent has more.'
 
I agree, Banks go to great lengths to keep the contents of your Safe Deposit Box confidential.

But Banks will not give you a Safe Deposit Box without a Social Security Number.
This would be easily traced back to RH.

JMO
Just to add from experience, employees of banks sometimes (me, ok, it’s me) look up murderers in the system when they are caught to see if they are customers. If so, I’d imagine that they could then contact authorities with that information.
 
Agree. It was spoken, not written, but I didn't hear that characterization as a direct quote...I heard a discription of her absorption of info. If I got news like that, I'd probably believe it, but simultaneously find it unbelievable. I'd say something to express my intention to act on the words I'm being told, rather than what I feel is possible. 'It is what it is,' expresses that.

MOO

Edited to add: several posters have found it printed and the statement is in quotes. It remains possible it was not a literal quote. But the articles were written such that the phrase was an exact quote. So- perhaps my assumption was wrong. Dang it, assuming usually ends poorly. I should know better.

MOO

I saw the video. He did say that she said it.
 
Yes, ironic and based on truth. Pretty creepy when you think about it. This want to know about his Jones Beach time is my continuing search to know how much he knew about the environment he was growing up in. Some kids are out all day, exploring every inch, barely going home at night. Did Rex and his buddies do that? How well does he know the area?
Did he have buddies?
 
I have doubts they will find a lot in his home. If I read the dates correct the last murder was in 2010. I haven't seen any thing that reports they were bloody murders. It sounds like he frequently had contact with prostitutes - after the murder dates and I would assume before. I assume that the most important evidence will be trophies and news reports. There was a report that he was burning his garbage, probably because he new he was a possible suspect. He seems in control enough that he would have cleared out much of the evidence in 10+ years.
BTK had a ton of evidence in his home. He liked to take photos of his victims and his crimes spanned decades.

LE has spent days in RH's house. That alone indicates to me they have found a LOT of evidence.

JMO
 
Exactly. Still far from the whole family being impoverished.
The grocery store reported they came in several times a week (two kids and AE) for over 20 years and would pay often with food stamps. The point isn't their wealth or lack thereof, it's the controlling behaviors he displayed. He may well have paid for their vacations so he had time alone. I also would not say having to use food stamps indicates wealth.

This is about the "family" being deprived of anything RH did not see value in. He sued numerous people after alleged "accidents" and owed hundreds of thousands of dollars to the IRS. He clearly paid for what HE wanted. He found great value in depriving others and in seeing them suffer.

ETA: Grocery store context
 
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BTK had a ton of evidence in his home. He liked to take photos of his victims and his crimes spanned decades.

LE has spent days in RH's house. That alone indicates to me they have found a LOT of evidence.

JMO
OR that they are being very thorough and checking EVERYTHING in order to determine whether it matters or not. IF RH's serial killer career did cover decades, there should be a lot to find. Wonder if they'll hold a press conference?
 
On Monday night, Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder attended a meeting of residents who live near the Massapequa Park home, whose lives have been disrupted by the flood of people that has descended on what was a quiet suburban street.

Police say they will not tolerate it any longer.

"If you're going to stop in front of those houses where there will be no standing and no stopping signs, you will be issued a summons, so if you want to take a chance on a $150 summons take your chance, my cops will be out there," Ryder said.

Residents say they just want their quiet lives back

 
Robin Dreeke, a retired FBI special agent and former head of the counterintelligence division’s behavioral analysis program, says the profile for the Eastbound Strangler “strangely fits” that of Heuermann.

“I think there’s a lot of similarities, especially strangulation, the missing shoes, those are two big ones for me,” Dreeke said Monday on “Banfield.”

“It seems like duct tape and hair have been really the undoing of a lot of these murders, and so hopefully the investigators back then with Atlantic City as well were able to collect the evidence,” Dreeke said. “So, they can then take the new technologies and new advancements and apply it to what they have back then and try to do those overlays. I think there’s a good chance that there are already seeing a comparison similarity.”

“When you’re dealing with someone that is trying to satisfy their own sexual deviancy, they’re going to go for someone who’s not going to necessarily in their eyes be missed by a population so they can get away with it, and they’re also looking for someone that they can victimize without them being alerted to really abhorrent behavior,” Dreeke said in explaining victimology.
 
In terms of finances I think he definitely had more than enough funds, probably more than we know of. Kinda reminds me of my great grandad, he was extremely wealthy but I swear he was the scruffiest man in the world. He had holes in his shoes and clothes, his house was huge but falling to bits and even when we all went on family holidays he would go to the toilet when it was time to pay in a restaurant so someone else would pay hahahaha! His saying was "horde the pennies and the pounds take care of themselves"
 
Robin Dreeke, a retired FBI special agent and former head of the counterintelligence division’s behavioral analysis program, says the profile for the Eastbound Strangler “strangely fits” that of Heuermann.

“I think there’s a lot of similarities, especially strangulation, the missing shoes, those are two big ones for me,” Dreeke said Monday on “Banfield.”

“It seems like duct tape and hair have been really the undoing of a lot of these murders, and so hopefully the investigators back then with Atlantic City as well were able to collect the evidence,” Dreeke said. “So, they can then take the new technologies and new advancements and apply it to what they have back then and try to do those overlays. I think there’s a good chance that there are already seeing a comparison similarity.”

“When you’re dealing with someone that is trying to satisfy their own sexual deviancy, they’re going to go for someone who’s not going to necessarily in their eyes be missed by a population so they can get away with it, and they’re also looking for someone that they can victimize without them being alerted to really abhorrent behavior,” Dreeke said in explaining victimology.
missing shoes and socks --- did we know that about the Gilgo4? Were their shoes and socks missing?
 
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