Massapequa connection

Discussion in 'Long Island Serial Killer' started by MrsPC, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. ps149

    ps149 New Member

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    Love this post by Peter.
     


  2. Sjisa

    Sjisa New Member

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    I think that's a good idea deffo gonna start my own research
     
  3. NY Ranger Fan

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    Is there a link to the registry? I keep going back to the Green River case. I see a lot of similarities between the two cases.

    Ridgway came up multiple times as a suspect across a span of close to 20 years before he was arrested and charged.
     
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    Bolded By Me

    The problem with this info is... what did the poster mean by "with that last name"? Because if poster meant "Pak" --- that's a very common Korean surname.
     
  5. Neptune

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    It depends on the caliper of the tree. On the West Coast some smaller caliper trees (young) are sold "bareroot" (with roots exposed and no soil) and put in big, thick plastic bags. But large-caliper trees (older) are most always balled-and-burlapped -- meaning the soil around the roots is dug up with the rootball, wrapped with burlap, and tied with twine.
     
  6. IndieCindy

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    I just watched the first episode of the series, & I felt like I had to jot something down here before I forget. I will go bavk & see if it was brought up before but for now... I want to post a note here or I may forget about it. Has anyone brought up the wildlife department? I will go back & check but another thing I wanted to mention, the Jane doe with daughter in separate places across county lines... the guy obviously has "mom" issues. He keeps calling the victims (and their family members) dirty names so to him... does he think he needed to kill the child because she would turn out just like her mom. There is something there in that action. And the fact he separated them, it's like he didn't even want the child laying near her mother in death or the mom might still "contaminate" the daughter. That was so sad when I saw that. I agree with the "profiler" they have been talking to. My husband is a hunter & I have to look at his deer racks put up as trophies on my wall. So I know you all probably have already discussed this, but the guy to know his way around is probably big in hunting or has "something" to do with the wildlife department because of the terrain. He's obviously comfortable there. He has to feel like he is in control, the top of the food chain. It gets his heart racing to chase after prey, like the duck hunter that brings his decoys out in burlap sacks, sets his duck decoys out, then blindsides the prey before they can fly off. And separating the bodies becomes harder to identify when you involve 2 counties. The first thing we learn in criminal justice is they do not readily share info with each other, so because they are "working girls" they would be less apt to do so. Most of my family are in state & federal departments of LE and they all (all agencies) really need to get their crap together, with "one" central database that keeps track of all missing persons, etc. oh & one more thing, just speculation of course, but does anyone glean from all this info that this guy besides having mom issues, maybe started killing when his wife left him (if he was even married) or possibly slept with another guy... like she was a "trophy" and she is gone & maybe took a daughter away too? So he all of a sudden had free time to himself to do his dirty work. So now he thinks all women are wh***s and that's what they teach their daughters... to be like them? Anyone?
    ok, I will go back & read everyone's comments leading up to this page. & if I have just repeated what you all were thinking already just disregard this post.
    Thanks.
     
  7. IndieCindy

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    "And the thesaurus gives alternate words for vendetta: argument, bad blood, bickering, conflict, disagreement, discord, dispute, dissension, falling out, >family feud,< fight, fracas, >grudge,< hostility, quarrel, >revenge< ,rivalry, row, squabble, strife. "
    The thing that sticks out here is family feud, & grudge.
    What about you?
     
  8. IndieCindy

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    In reply to the two different people theory, 20 years ago, He might have been a child watching what daddy does. (After mommy left, speculation) A twist on the "father-son hunting trip".
     
  9. hot cawfee

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    Lots of hunting goes on on the East End of Long Island. Cars/trucks will park on the LIE to hunt. I guess it would not be hard to have a bag of "something" to dispose of. Any fellow hunter or observer would assumer there is a rifle or crossbow in the bag.

    And The Seasons in Mass. is an over 55 com
    munity ?????
     
  10. dexter75

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    I'm having dejavu...cell phone towers&#128521;
    Your an expert on this topic, IMO
     
  11. goosebumps

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    I have read some suggestions in this thread about county lines. I have always believed that LISK was from Nassau county since all of the remains were found in Suffolk. Perhaps this is one (of MANY) reasons why he has still not be caught. Growing up in Massapequa (the last town on the Nassau/Suffolk border on southern long island), I noticed that oftentimes many crimes are committed in one county from individuals who live in the other county. Admittedly, I am no expert on this; I don't have any stats. However, it is something to consider as we discuss the possible Massapequa connection...
     
  12. dexter75

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    You make a great point here, and in fact, it happens often. ( killing from a county or two away )

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  13. IndieCindy

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    Also, I don't think it would be that hard for on star to hand over records for car gps locations if the killer had on star. A long shot I know.
     
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    Thanks for the details - good to know. The Seasons was just being developed in 2008-2009 -- so I was interested in knowing about the vacant spaces/condos before ownership started.
     
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    I found a POI that talked about a place near Gilgo Beach he took his w***es to on a road hidden. He seems to have disappeared from 2010 to last month. He is in the flushing area now. You think that would be too far away now?
     
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    shadowraiths LISK Liaison, Verified Forensic Psychology Special Staff Member Moderator

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    I believe it was a police officer. If you were driving along a highway and saw a police officer standing out by his vehicle you would not think he is doing anything wrong and you would block it out of your mind. I just can't for the life of me wonder how no one has seen anything.

    Then the young lady who left screaming saying they were trying to kill her was extremely weird.
     
  19. deedee21

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    Ocean Pkwy is dark at night. Very little traffic.
     
  20. dc20015

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    Honestly I think factors like this are a bit overthought. If people (except maybe us!) see folks at the side of the road they probably just figure they're going to use the bathroom, smoke, stretch their legs etc. same with the burlap. I looked online and it can be ordered from a zillion places.


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