Sure, "Mary Reker also had her sweater cut down the front and her bra cut off" is a lot like what Notch apparently did to Susie Dukowitz, but then it is also a lot like "forcing a girl to remove her shirt at knifepoint" as well, which is what a woman was apparently set to testify Lloyd Lee Welch Jr. tried to do to her in St. Cloud on or about August 30 (three days before the Reker murders), before she broke free and fled. Kind of makes one wonder whether they both were involved with the Reker sisters' death, and whether Notch was later imitating Welch or whoever controlled Welch. That Notch attacked Susie Dukowitz while with someone else who didn't seem as keen about it suggests that maybe Notch (possibly imitating) played a similar understudy role in the murder of the Reker sisters, only Notch took to it more, either from a naturally worse disposition or from more deceptively corrupting attributes of whoever might have used abuse, etc., to encourage him to get involved in stabbing girls. Looking at old newspaper articles, I notice that the Minnesota State Fair in St. Paul ended the same day the Reker sisters vanished and was the third most popular state fair in the country at the time. I wonder if the fair somehow brought Welch to Minnesota. Linda Pagano was last seen alive in Akron, Ohio, early in the morning of the day before the Reker sisters were murdered, at about the period Jeffrey Dahmer (who then lived in Bath, abutting Akron) took up drinking heavily. I wonder if Welch might have temporarily fled there after the forcing-a-girl-at-knifepoint-to-remove-shirt incident, possibly meeting up with main corruptor and driving back to Minnesota. If main corruptor was largely responsible for Jeffrey Dahmer turning into a monster, well, I'd guess he turned into a monster that was a little more monstrous than even main corruptor had bargained for. I doubt there was much connection between them after that incident (assuming Dahmer was involved with the Pagano murder). How a zombie will turn out hard to predict is. Cynthia Gooding and Teresa Alfonso also disappeared at about that time from the Florida Keys, but apparently the original records were destroyed in a fire, and so even the date of the disappearance is uncertain. For what it is worth, Minnesota had played Miami in the previous Super Bowl.