VA Margaret Thornton Lammers, 61, Deltaville, July 11 2017

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  1. kelsie

    kelsie Missing Persons Advocate, Writer, and Researcher

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    MARGARET THORNTON LAMMERS — FBI

    On July 11, 2017, Margaret “Peggy” Thornton Lammers was found deceased inside her family’s vacation home on Stove Point in Deltaville, Virginia. A resident of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Lammers, who was a married mother of three adult children, was settling the estate of her parents in the Richmond and Middlesex County (Virginia) areas. Lammers departed Richmond for the Deltaville home on July 8, 2017. Her last known contact was the afternoon of July 10, 2017. After receiving a request for a welfare check, Middlesex County Sheriff’s Office arrived at the Deltaville home, where Lammers was found deceased, as a result of blunt force trauma. The FBI is asking for cooperation from the public regarding any information pertaining to Lammers’ death, people she was known to communicate with, or activity occurring near the residence.

    Former Richmond woman’s homicide in Deltaville under investigation
    The deputy also wrote on the search warrant that some handbags had been dumped out and a telescope had been knocked over. Several beer bottles, a knife blade and six DNA swabs were seized with the warrant.
    Lammers was a graduate of Collegiate School in Richmond and she attended Mount Vernon College and Virginia Commonwealth University School of Art. She is survived by her husband, three children, and many relatives.

    FBI now investigating 2017 murder of woman killed inside her family’s vacation home
    When deputies arrived, they discovered that a sliding glass door was left open and found Lammers lying barefoot in a pool of blood, with one bloody shoe print on the floor nearby.
    The state forensics lab in Richmond confirmed that some of the DNA belonged to a person other than Peggy.

    No arrests two years after Virginia murder of Ohio mother Peggy Lammers
    “We were very close. She was passionate about her family,” Anne (sister) said of Peggy. “She was just a big goof. Funny as could be.”
     


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    I found a bizarre web page whilst doing a search on Margaret:
    That Gordie has his own form of dementia – FG ARGENTINA
    The page keeps mentioning "canada goose jackets" and has incomplete sentences. For some reason, there is a small section mentioning Margaret:
    "canada goose jackets on sale The body of Margaret Thornton “Peggy” Lammers, a former Richmonder whose father founded what became LabCorp, was discovered after herhusband Tony contacted Middlesex deputies and asked for a welfare check. Lammers was not answering her cell phone or calls to the house. On July 11, he located an open sliding door and noticed items that appeared to be out of place.. canada goose jackets on sale"
    My browser didn't alert me to it being a false web site or dangerous link. The first two paragraphs of this web site are in Portuguese (I think) and it appears to be some sort of fitness-related web page. It almost looks like a 'practice page' that coders will sometimes use. It's probably nothing, but it's very bizarre that this page would grab a paragraph about Margaret.
     
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    Here's the video the FBI released September 25th 2020
     

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