Who was she? Pregnant & stabbed to death
- Oct 1, 2015
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I've tried thinking of anything that would bring people from across the country together.
3. Following some rock band, like the grateful dead.
To me, the most logical is Pamela hitchhiked East from Colorado, and somewhere on the East Coast she met up with James.
Maybe he had a car that he picked up sometime after he left. Most guys during that time knew how to work on cars and he might have picked up a junker and got it on the road. He could have either picked up Pam and that's how they met or by coincidence they just both were hitchhiking at the same location and decided to join up.
If he had a car perhaps they picked up someone local who killed them and stole all their stuff and got rid of the car or they were picked up by a local and killed and then all their stuff was stolen.
So many hitchhikers were killed during that time, that it wasn't all that unusual. The only unusual thing about this case is how long it took to identify the two victims which was, I believe due to tunnelvision, where it was just assumed that they were a couple and not two separate missing people who might have met up.
Wonder if they still have any of the clothes for testing of possible touch DNA?
Well heck look at the info below the photo. Its Darryl Hall of well known longtime popular singing duo Hall and Oates.Slightly off topic, but I recently came across info about a guy who grew up not far from Jim in Pottstown, PA. They probably had similar experiences growing up, went to the same kind of schools and certainly a similar German-American ethnic background. His name was Daryl Hohl
Possible suspects - referring to the guy who was found to be in possession of the .357 magnum murder weapon and his assocuates.There are suspects?
Possible suspects - referring to the guy who was found to be in possession of the .357 magnum murder weapon and his assocuates.
I am sure that knowing the victims' identities will allow investigators to check out a number of possibilities not available to them previously.
I have not seen much first hand information about the gunshot ballistics or how the bullets came to be connected to a specific revolver which was owned by, or possed by a particular individual. That information would be crucial to solving these murders.
Answering on my cell phone, so I can't download or link documents, but if you check out a thread I started in the cold case section on the 1964 murder of Sheldon Miller and Patrick Brown , I have links to a lot of ballistics sites and discussion.I can’t link but there are a few articles on forensics ballistics history that explain how the study of aspects like bullet fingerprints has been going almost since the mass production of guns and even before high power magnification became standard.