IN - Abigail (Abby) Williams, 13, & Liberty (Libby) German, 14, The Delphi Murders 13 Feb 2017 #104

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  1. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    More than weird....extremely significant if after the murders.
    Anyone know?
     
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    (Colored font added by me for emphasis)

    Ding, ding, ding! @sunshineray: If your words in this post could be heard in Delphi at this moment, I believe that, in at least a few households right now, "bells" would be ringing, and in a few places, those bells would be "clanging" very loudly! In addition to fear of major life changes and/or fear for the sake of a younger family member's future, I don't think it would be too much to also imagine perhaps there might be fear for some family member's/members' own lives; thus, the deafening silence.

    Generally wondering... what are possible avenues/ways by which such family members/a family member might be able to reach out to LE without fearing for their lives/life? Sure, there's a tip line, but...what if, for example, a suspect's family members are feeling as if their every word/movement to/from their house is being checked, by.the.suspect? What then?
     
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  3. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Amateur speculations and opinion only

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    Respectfully snipped for focus.
    Well I guess they could "call for a Pizza"

    Amateur opinion and speculation
     
  4. sunshineray

    sunshineray Well-Known Member

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    The way that's written with no quotes, it could just be the reporter's deduction of why ISP asked for information on a vehicle parked in a certain spot. I honestly don't recalled ISP saying it was the killer's car. We did all infer that though.
     
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    I believe it was sometime *after* the murders, but I'm not sure of the exact date -- nor do I know if it was burnt down by CPS, or... arson, etc. Hoping someone here can fill us in. TIA.
     
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    I honestly don’t know... maybe a witness. But it has to be important, or why bring it up in a press conference?
     
  7. mtnlites

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    I had not heard the building referenced in this case at all until the April presser, and then only the parking lot.
     
  8. Tiger Stripes

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    Actually there have been several crimes solved, as well as prevented, all by doing that very thing! (Trying to think of a way to offer "helpful advice" to those in the Delphi community/nearby areas who may have that "one tip"...)
     
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    They might phone a friend, who could step forward. Maybe a lawyer.
     
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    Oh I agree it was important to ISP to get verification of that vehicle for being parked there. I'm just not sure on the lack of describing that vehicle to the general public. Lack of that knowledge or they know who's vehicle it is and need other eye witnesses to place it there also. Since it's not been mentioned again, maybe they did get the additional witness(es) to contact them?
     
  11. Burnt Toast

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    Or find a reason for probable cause to collect it.


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  12. mtnlites

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    After, long after. I've heard nothing questionable in terms of why it burnt. If it WAS arson then it didn't make the headlines. My family didn't know it burnt at all, only that it was bulldozed. It was empty for many years. If BG is 25 or younger then I don't see how he could have a connection to it-at least not one he'd remember.

    If the building was destroyed because of evidence then why wait a year?
     
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    Laughing Rarely Speechless

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    BBM

    Seemed to me to be a small speck of information that we hadn't discussed inside, outside, and upside down.

    Do we still have a Poll Thread? How about:

    Goat/Puppy/Clothesline, which do you see under the jacket???

    :eek:
     
  14. BNA

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    Would anybody ever have called this place a shack?
     
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    BBM - DG did go and check down by the creek so I’m thinking DG was actually following up based on what OG told him.
     
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    A "spare tire."
     
  18. mtnlites

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    No. It was an office building.
     
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    Laughing Rarely Speechless

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    I see what you did, there! :cool:
     
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    Quoted bbm

    This is what makes the most sense to me.

    They are trying to jog someones memory.

    Types of vehicles that are memorable:

    -motorcycles (it was a sunny weekend)
    -transport trucks (maybe parked next to the hwy but likely not in the parking lot)
    -car, SUV or van with a Logo (use your imagination for what could be a memorable identification)
    -Tow Truck
    -vehicles with an unusual colour (bright yellow, orange or lime green)
    -limo, bentley, hummer, cadillac

    ...just my attempt at thinking 'outside of the box'

    JMO
     
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