NY NY - Leslie, 29, Julie, 6, & Timothy Guthrie, 3, Katonah, 6 Feb 1977

Discussion in '1970's Missing' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Apr 23, 2010.

  1. Alleykins

    Alleykins Well-Known Member

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    No, this is the only site I post on for this sort of thing. Maybe it was a coincidence? Or are they the same photos? I took screenshots from Google Earth.
     
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  2. Alleykins

    Alleykins Well-Known Member

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    I just checked the photos from the other link.
    Those photos were posted in 2017, so they are not the same as mine.
    It's a coincidence I saw the same thing in the water as the other person did, as it appears they used Google Earth, too.
    From what I gather reading all this is the anomaly was checked out, but it sounds like they saw nothing at all, not whatever it is in the water, which mystifies me. There is clearly something in the water.
     
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    The screenshots are almost identical and when I spoke to Detective Haynes, we discussed the I-684 exit where the pond is located. I cannot explain the coincidence.
     
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    DD Byrd Active Member

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    22 is a possibilty for a water crash, as well as a likely route for her travels at the time since a lot of folks took to the older "smaller roads," but the depth is not that deep off the road directly for a breakthrough with a complete (unnoticed) sinking. She'd had have to have gone off the road and then skidded some distance out; possible, but even in the early 70s, just sapling trees would've stopped a car in most distances from the road before entering the water unless in a scant few places.

    There are a couple of 'ponds' I can think of, not sure if they existed then. 684 would've been possible as well. In looking at the screenshots, we'd need to correlate their size to the existing surrounded land mass. Certainly, if a car moved with currents and was caught up with boulders it could create a significant anamoly.
     
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    Ignore, sorry
     
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    So today I read an article in a local publication about a car being found in the Muscoot reservoir, matching the description of one that went missing along with whoever was in the car several decades ago-this must be the Guthries
     
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    Alleykins Well-Known Member

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    Was it this article, or a similar one? Dated 01/20/2021
    Human Remains Found In Car Pulled from Muscoot Reservoir
    If so, I'm not sure it's the Guthries. From the article:
     
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    That wasn’t the article, but looks like it’s the same story...who knew there were so many missing people in the area?
     
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    They are the first ones I thought of also. Is the car a match?
     
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    I don’t know what the description of the car is-it’s looking like it may be a totally different missing person, now
     
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    The car looks to be an 80's era Ford station wagon, so not a match to the Guthries' car. More discussion about this on this thread:
    NY - NY - Brenda Kerber, 40, White Plains, Oct 8, 1989
     
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