HOLLY BOBO on Nashville's Channel Four 4-29-13

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  1. zaza

    zaza New Member

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    681 swan johnson road parsons, tn
    The A is over the long driveway that goes to the Bobo home.
    This is overhead google earth of the home and surrounding area where Holly was abducted:

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  2. zaza

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    This is the strip of road where the phone and sim card were found. And I would like to make a correction, this area is south of I-40 and just north of the town of Parsons. Note this area of hwy 69 is merged with hwy 641, which continue together north to Marion, Ky. This is an industrial area with factories on the west side of the hwy and a rock quarry on the east side.



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  3. Tonto

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    Thanks for the address and pic. It's been a long time. Where is the purported logging road? Wrapping around that pond?
     
  4. believe09

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    Just to be clear, has LE confirmed that any of this stuff was found or are folks springing off what the PI's said?
     
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    Local woman fights to solve friend's cold case murder - WSMV Channel 4
    ... it was the one and only cold case solved by Brentwood private investigator Sheila Wysocki. ...
    * Wysocki retired her license after the case of her friend.
    http://www.wsmv.com/story/16690408/local-woman-fights-to-solve-friends-cold-case-murder
    That is Sheila Wysocki, who by the way is in the process of reinstating her private eye license.

    Posted: Feb 06, 2012 10:59 PM EST
    Updated: Apr 30, 2013 9:44 PM EDT
    Reported by Dennis Ferrier

    Not sure that Sheila Wysocki, has reinstated her PI License, believe09. TV 4 Dennis Ferrier, should have mentioned it in his updated article, imo..

    Shelia Wysocki, is a serial entrepreneur , TV 4 Dennis Ferrier's words, not mine..
    After over two years, I sure hope the Bobo's are not being lead down the long & winding road, again...

    The Beatles - The Long And Winding Road [w/ lyrics] - YouTube
     
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    I'm really not sure. It's some short distance behind the home. You can see that the area is very densely wooded - hard to see much and neighbors are not close.
     
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    Hearing Amanda Berry was found after 10 years gives at least some hope that Holly may still be alive.
     
  9. cluciano63

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    I guess there always has to be hope. It just seems a very different scenario to me. Holly's abduction seems personal.
     
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    As far as how authentic the newest information is, it seems the Bobo family has enlisted the help of a team called the Without Warning team - comprised of former Los Angeles Police Department Det. Lou Leiker; a Nashville cyber-specialist, detective and paralegal Liz Beatty; and, Sheila Wysocki. They've been working with the police reports and evidence to date. I don't blame the Bobo family for trying everything possible. The local rural law enforcement didn't have any real experience with this sort of crime. And the investigation has been very slow. And I dare say, they don't have the resources or the man power to be vigilant. Tennessee is a very poor state.

    http://www.wsmv.com/story/22110225/holly-bobo-case-has-new-clues-new-detectives
     
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    Why wouldn't she know he was home? They were in the house together all night. Holly got up early before Clint to study and Hollys mom closed Clint's bedroom door while he slept. It seems Clint did live at the house despite reports to the contrary. Even if he did not normally stay there, she would have known he was there that morning.
     
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    I think it is important to distinguish who the information is coming from. The Bobos could certainly be providing the ping map info and the police reports.

    What of the physical evidence alleged by the team is confirmed by LE?

    I am trying to figure out if this is grounded in fact-such as LE did a forensic analysis of the sim card and that information was given to the PI's.

    I think it is very important, personally. The PI's would likely need to sign confidentiality agreements to get access to the files for the investigation, which means that they would NOT be on television with this information.

    If the information has been provided by the Bobos, I think it is essential to make that clear.

    I am very tired of the muddied reporting in this case...this is just how I see it.
     
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    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thebestpeopleweknow/2013/02/27/sheila-wysocki-i-solved-a-murder

    (Links at bottom of article)A&E Biography’s “I Solved A Murder,” as seen on Biography Channel, Dateline, Anderson Cooper Live, and soon to be a book a major motion picture, Sheila Wysocki joins Deb Scott for this very special up close and personal interview.

    After helping to solve the 26-year-old rape and murder of her college roommate,Angie Samota, this Tennessee mother, Sheila Wysocki is working to prevent others from a similar fate. This led to Sheila creating the non-profit, “Without Warning. Org: Fight Back,” which teaches self defense, prevention and awareness in protecting yourself.

    Sheila works on cold cases both locally and nationally including missing persons, rapes, and murders. In just the past six months, Sheila has solved over 10 cold cases.
     
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    But is the information she is putting out there verified from inside of the investigation? Did her PI's get access to police files? Is she self reporting 10 cold cases being solved directly by her?

    Is the material in Holly's case coming from the Bobos-does anyone know?
     
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    I am curious if any of the cases this PI solved were missing persons cases, vs. homicide, etc.

    It just seems so much more difficult to solve a case without the victim.
     
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    Why don't you look at the new info for yourself? The news report was done with the consent of the Bobos, right now it seems likes it's all we have to go on.

    http://www.wmctv.com/story/22148708/map-finds-new-evidence-in-holly-bobo-disappearance
     
  18. zaza

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    Missing is missing, whether its a live or deceased body.
     
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    You can check it out for yourself here:

    http://www.wmctv.com/story/22148708/map-finds-new-evidence-in-holly-bobo-disappearance
     
  20. cluciano63

    cluciano63 Well-Known Member

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    ??

    I don't understand your response.
    I was simply wondering if this woman has had success with a missing persons cases, vs. one where the victim was found but the perp needed to be identified.

    I think it is a very different situation when you have neither victim or perp and no real idea what happened beyond the fact that Holly apparently taken away in a vehicle over two years ago.
     
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