Thanks @Awsi Dooger for breathing some new life into the case and giving us new details and trains of thought to ponder. So much of what you said makes such great sense, but I'm still having trouble reconciling that BG didn't have to be local. Honestly I would never have crossed that bridge, so up until now I assumed he had to be local for that reason alone. But then you crossed it, so I thought okay maybe not. But the more I sit and think critically about what you've given us, I think I still come back around to him having to have more familiarity than you did with the area to even attempt to kill two girls in broad daylight and think he's getting out without a trace. You said your trip seemed to solidify for you that he's not local because its such a dream escape route to be long gone right away. But what are the odds that someone not local pulls off the road they think has plenty of escape potential with the intent to kill and just so happens to come across a pair of girls to carry out this desire in this dream location, especially given how unlikely he was to come across anyone at all? The route through the cemetery I would think has some risk as well, you never know who might be visiting a loved one's grave (especially with it being a day before Valentine's day and a day off for some). And without knowing the the girls would cross the bridge he would not have known his ending point, and without retracing his steps, like you he would have been left to meander a bit unchartered, not knowing he could keep clear of residences with a view, like Sanders, who just happened to not be home...did he really just "luck out" on all those counts?