- Nov 11, 2009
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I'm just trawling from the Louisiana Mickey Schunick, Lisa Pate, & jaren Lockhart threads.No, there still is nothing new. I need to call my contact again. But my computer died and it will be in the shop for about a week. I will call him again when I get my computer back.
Still nothing? D:
I contacted the Colorado detective again this morning, to see if he was ever able to reach WF. He says that he had still not been able to reach her, and he had gotten busy on other matters. He says that once he completes a current project that he is involved with, he will try again.
Also, today I received a belated response from one of the WIHS Class of 70 alumni to whom I sent Facebook private messages.
She indicated that she does not remember WF by name. However, she made the following interesting comment:
That's quite interesting.
Even if this is not WF who she is talking about, given the timeframe and proximity to Rodney Alcala's known whereabouts, it is quite possible that her disappearance might be related.
And BTW, I don't think it is nessarily the case that they would exclude her photo from the yearbook.
I spoke with him again. She never returned his attempts to contact her, and he has asked a LE agency where she supposedly lives to go out and try to contact her in person.
But nothing has been done, and all my contact can tell me is that these things take time. He says that he hasn't dropped the case, but with the other agency taking their time, he is at a stand-still as to what he can do.
He still won't give me any of the info that he has on her (e.g., DOB, current hometown, married name, etc.)
I'm concerned that the Alcala New York trial will come and go, and any information that WF has that might be helpful to their case will have gone unexplored.
Any updates? I do think that if it's not the girl in the yearbook then Pamela Sue Hobley sounds like a very close match - their facial features look alike and there's the fur coat element too.
As a completely side note, as I was reading through the earlier pages I noticed that people constantly assumed that this girl's eye colour was green so they could not be described as brown, and vice-versa. One of my best friends has that exact shade and it does change with the light. If people were asked to describe her some would say brown, brownish green, etc and I would say they are hazel. The bottom line is that "intermediate" colours can really lean one way or another depending on the light and people's own perceptions of colour.