Found Deceased IN - Abigail (Abby) Williams, 13, & Liberty (Libby) German, 14, The Delphi Murders 13 Feb 2017 #137

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  1. sunshineray

    sunshineray Well-Known Member

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    Yes I believe there are people who know absolutely who killed Libby and Abby. In the case you mentioned it ate away at one such person and that conquered their fear. I'd be interested to know if LE had this Eaton guy on their suspect list, as he knew the victim.
     


  2. MistyWaters

    MistyWaters Well-Known Member

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    Wow, same day as the Delphi murders when the body was found, just over an hour away and it was hardly, if at all, reported in the news.

    “People who were fishing on the White River about 11:30 a.m. Feb. 13, 2017, called Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department to say they’d found a body on the river near the 2700 block of South Harding Street. The coroner’s office a few days later identified the victim as Jenny Boltinghouse, 30….”
    Man to be charged with 2017 murder of woman found dead on White River - WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather | Indiana Traffic
     
  3. Charlot123

    Charlot123 Well-Known Member

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    I don’t know who he is. However, I do think he is unusual. Logical, smart, but…able to snap, too.

    Sometimes I wonder if he is able to feel the guilt and the shame. Especially knowing that one of the girls he killed was the only child…I did not want it to sound wrong, any kid’s death is horrible, but to deprive of one’s only child…not at war, not during a major catastrophe. Just like this. Gone.

    Or maybe he is even in denial that it ever happened. Or trying to be good, philanthropic, even…helping people?

    How does he live with himself? Now?

    (this being said, Matthew Coleman, who just killed his two infants over weird conspiracy theories, is probably fully competent, and successful, but to me, he still comes across as a perfect nutter, who flew under all radars, so maybe BG is like this, too?)
     
  4. Zabble

    Zabble Active Member

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    Add this creep to the list of Indiana creeps. There's just so many creeps and criminals in Indiana, it seems like paradise for druggos, rapists and murderers. I live in Australia and we honestly never see this amount of whackos congregated in one place (that I know of).
     
  5. keep-it-real

    keep-it-real Well-Known Member

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    I agree this is far from black and white. This is a horrific crime against children. We heard in the open secrets video that even other criminals know what the consequences would be if daring to speak out naming the person who did this. The person in that video even says I will tell you my part intimating that he wouldnt go as far as naming the person who actually caused the fatal act because to do so would provoke a revenge killing which would be carried out on his children. He is under no illusion of the power and influence a killer has and it reaches far beyond that of those who hold the 'shiny badge' of LE.
    A lot of people here live a life outside of the fear and violence of the criminal world and find it hard to believe that people would not report the crime if they had knowledge of the people who did such unspeakable things to these children. People who commit these crimes function on a completely different level of a morality!
    Where LE do their very best to protect people who report serious crime they are not always successful and where you might think your life may be worth the risk but would you take the risk if you knew you were directly putting your childrens lives at risk.
    The fear is real.

    LE face an enormous task this is a crime carried out by more than one person, which person actually murdered the girls, did the same person kill both. Was the person masked making identification extremely difficult, is DNA proving difficut due to the gene pool, and thats just for starters

    JMO
     
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  6. TTF14

    TTF14 Spaceship Headlight Pattern Expert

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    I respectfully disagree. There's a lot more that's important after an arrest. They need to be able to convict.
     
  7. TTF14

    TTF14 Spaceship Headlight Pattern Expert

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    Interesting. Thanks for posting that.
     
  8. bradfordsleuth

    bradfordsleuth Well-Known Member

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    I didn't remember seeing anything about this at all, and I, (likely the same as most of you here) have for the past four plus years, googled the crap out of events occurring on that date in the state of Indiana.

    I was surprised to read that from the article I posted, it says, "Initial news reports were scant on details and though Boltinghouse’s death was highly-publicized, local news coverage didn’t result in any significant leads"

    The Amber Alert from Gary Indiana that day, as well as the disappearance of Abby and Libby sadly likely overshadowed this news event in WS'ers worlds.

    Like cockroaches. They seem to multiply.

    You're welcome!

    It really refreshed my hope that LE's past continual appeals that 'someone knows something' in this case may be true.

    JMO
     
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  9. minazoe

    minazoe Well-Known Member

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    He may wonder why he did it or why he does these things, he may even agree he belongs in jail..but does he feel guilt or shame?

    nah, he doesn't. mOO
     
  10. bradfordsleuth

    bradfordsleuth Well-Known Member

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    Sorry, I was trying to reply to @sunshineray and my quote got messed up.

    In this article, it says that Detectives learned about his possible involvement in July 2019.

    So it took more than two years for LE to learn of him as a possible POI.

    White River murder: Man charged years after body found in river

    Detectives were first informed of Eaton's potential involvement in the killing after a relative told police in July 2019 that Eaton said "on three different occasions he killed Jenny," according to a probable cause affidavit filed Thursday.

    LE has enough POI names in the Delphi case to wallpaper the Delphi police dept. and they have systematically been crossing them off their lists for the past four years. I think that in early 2019 (almost two years later), they crossed off their biggest name and had to start over.

    One phone call from someone who knows something is all it takes to blow this case wide open.
    JMO.
     
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  11. MollyDDD

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    If BC turns out to be the BG, which I personally think he is, he enjoys this tremendously. He is cunning, smug and evil, definitely a sociopath, IMO. I don’t know how he did it without leaving his DNA, but he surely thought it through beforehand. I do however, question the ability and thoroughness of LE investigation. I hate to say this but I worry the reason they haven’t revealed many details of the murder with the public is due to an inept department. IMO
     
  12. WildHuncher

    WildHuncher Certified Insane Amateur

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    You pretty much have to discard the statement that the Old BG sketch turned out to be an innocent, cleared party. No matter how many people have said it, it's the piece that doesn't work with anything else. Some one person said it first, the others are just repeating, and it's wrong. Supposedly, if that guy is BG, then he's the killer. And he almost has to be BG.

    MOO
     
  13. sandy_80

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    exactly
    this thing doesnt make any sense...they found out the original sketch who was made by witnesses who were only named witnesses after witnessing BG ( dressed as he was and around the murder location )
    how can he turns out to be an ( innocent ) sexual offender who was dressed like bg and was on the trails that same time...
    give me one sentence here that makes sense .. and yet it goes round and round
     
  14. Silver_produce0

    Silver_produce0 Well-Known Member

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    Do we know for sure that the person depicted in the older sketch was physically at the trail that day?

    If you believe the theory that the younger sketch is the “witness” who provided the sketch of the older man… maybe he intentionally described a known SO that would be a believable suspect. I know it’s an off the wall theory but I’m just throwing it out there for conversation.
     
  15. minazoe

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    you know it sounds like a weird suggestion I know, but when we see him on the bridge his hair or hat is pulled own low over his forehead and his ears so his face is inside a box in a way and you just see it in that space.. I am convinced he shaved and maybe shed some of his clothes.shed that hat but maybe still had the jacket .as crazy as that sounds. could it be? mOO
     
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  16. sandy_80

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    the older sketch had several witnesses.. not one ...and they allegedly described clothing before seeing the video image...
    also its speculated the sketch artist contributed to the sketch as its clear that the sketch looks like what we see in the video image ...and if its true his face was half covered.. then most of the sketch is just speculation from the artist...
     
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  17. buggiegirl

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    None of the people that make statements about this case choose their words carefully. They could completely mean Chadwell, or persons of interest, but say any other. I don't think you can read anything into anything they say with regards to small details or phrasing.
     
  18. Scatcat

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    Hello everyone I'm from London UK I'm a long time lurker just signed up, this case has always baffled me with the different sketches. To me and my imo only that video on the bridge, all I'm seeing is an older man. I always keep up with this thread hoping an arrest is made. X
     
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  19. minazoe

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    welcome Scatcat...I would try to separate the clothing from the person you are looking at, then ask yourself if you can imagine him being 35 years old...if that is reasonable or not ...up to you. mOO
     
  20. snowman 007

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    I have watched the police press relase and it appears that the police skect and the video of the suspect look different
     
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