Mystery couple murdered in South Carolina, 1976 - #5

Discussion in 'Mystery couple murdered South Carolina 1976' started by Richard, Oct 4, 2004.

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  1. MaryLiz

    MaryLiz Active Member

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    It doesn't surprise me either that the DNA was ignored for 4 months. I'm glad Verna raised cain with them. It's one thing if DNA from a cold case is placed on the back burner for a bit in order to deal with more recent cases where results are needed quickly, but it's another thing entirely when it's just tossed aside and forgotten like it doesn't even matter. Good for her!
     


  2. phenolred

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    Thanks for the update!!!
     
  3. SeriouslySearching

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  5. Marie

    Marie Daughter, if you don't remember us...who will?

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    Hoping to hear about the DNA results soon!!!
     
  7. superunknown

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    Short update:

    Missing Peices will be featuring this case on an upcoming show. No dates yet but the hope is that it will be a special episode sometime after Halloween. Watch for updates here:

    http://missingpiecesshow.homestead.com/MissingPiecesFutureGuest.html

    Verna Moore and the forensics expert for Sumter County will be on the show.
     
  8. phenolred

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    awesome great news!!!!
     
  9. Teresa Larson

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    Still patiently waiting for the DNA test results. I hope by Christmas we know who they are and their family(s) knows where their loved ones are finally! :dance:
     
  10. MaryLiz

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    Amen!

    The results could come back any day now...
     
  11. thefragile7393

    thefragile7393 Chronically sleep deprived

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    Long-time lurker eagerly waiting too.......
     
  12. phenolred

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    What happened to the post about the new pics Dimples did for Jock & Jane & there are other post missing too. One where someone said maybe his name was Giacamo.
     
  13. Gina_M

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    A-ha, I think I figured it out. This thread is being moved from Cold Cases over to the new "Unidentified" forum, but not all the posts were moved over. Or something along those lines!

    Cold Cases thread link:
    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1765222#post1765222

    Unidentified thread link:
    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?p=1761329#post1761329
     
  14. KarlK

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    Sapphire is also no benign stone, it's a full-blown precious gem, a blue diamond worth as much as emerald. Decidedly, Doe was not your typical hitchhiker.
     
  15. Marie

    Marie Daughter, if you don't remember us...who will?

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    Sorry hon, but please look back a few pages to the extensive research I did into the stone. Sable's statement is wrong. John Doe did NOT have a sapphire stone in his ring --the design was star linde. In fact, the type of ring he wore was quite popular and affordable at the time of his death.

    I just don't want their to be any confusion about the ring. :)

    The research I did on his watch however, does indicate that JD came from either a middle or upper class background - assuming that he either bought the watch new or that it was a gift from his family. If he bought or received it used, or got it in a trade, then it indicates nothing useful about his financial background.

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    Originally Posted by Sable [​IMG]
    I looked up the stone in the ring John Doe was wearing. A linde star stone is acctually a star sapphire. Sapphire is the birthstone for September.
     
  16. Teresa Larson

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    A sapphire is NOT a blue diamond and is in no way worth as much as a blue diamond. An emerald isn't worth as much as a diamond either. The ring he had on was a star sapphire / star linde which was very popular back then but not worth a lot though.
     
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  19. Teresa Larson

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    Jane Doe was with John Doe from the beginning She was going to Florida with him IF I read all of the facts correctly.
     
  20. phenolred

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    Just going to post these over here since they didnt get moved, they are the morge pics photoshoped to have their eyes open

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