NH NH - Connecticut River Valley Killer (1980s)

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  1. evillano

    evillano Member

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    Finally located the sketch that I think was the young man wandering near the home that day. Cannot for the life of me remember where I took it from. ...Old newspaper article in online archives? Google search? :eek:
     

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  2. NH03

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    The consensus among the people in Claremont is that "Richard Bordeau" is the CRVK, at least the ones that have shared their beliefs with me. As for his real name, I can tell you that Ginsburg was clever in choosing the pseudonym, much like he was with "Barker" being Oakes. I'd prefer not to use "Bordeau's" real name, as he's still alive; still living in the same Victorian house in Kellyville. And, as of now, still innocent.


     
  3. Pettibon Junction

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    Thanks for confirming that "Barker" is Oakes. I long suspected as much but never knew for sure. As for "Bordeau," I know his real name now and have seen his home. He's a creepy guy, for sure, but I still think his mental condition precludes him from being organized enough to be the CRVK.
     
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    NH03 New Member

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    I tend to agree. Of course, we must take into consideration that in a time of no cell phones, no surveillance video, and with 80's forensics capabilities, Bordeau simply got lucky. His actions, family history, and proximity to the dumping ground for two of the three murders generally considered to be the work of the CRVK, is troubling. However, it's hard to imagine this kind of killer just stopping, barring the usual reasons - death, incarceration, moving, starting a family - none of which ever happened with Bordeau.

    It's really an intriguing case, with so much still left unknown.

     
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  5. outlawcountry911

    outlawcountry911 Fishing nude

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    also Daniel Vandebogart is the prime suspect in the Carrie Moss case
     
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    Pettibon Junction Active Member

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    I didn't know this. Can you tell me more about this man and what makes him a suspect? PM me if you don't mind.
     
  7. outlawcountry911

    outlawcountry911 Fishing nude

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    Daniel Vandebogart is an murder who killed an woman in londonderry around the time of moss and also he was reporting dating Carrie Moss and was seen in the area when she when missing
     
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    outlawcountry911 Fishing nude

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    Justice for Carrie Moss: Articles
     
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  9. outlawcountry911

    outlawcountry911 Fishing nude

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    The female PI in case who create the Michael Nicholaou Theory in this case I have read for peoples that she is an huge nutcase
     
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  11. outlawcountry911

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    Yeah he is related to me by marriage
     
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