OH OH - Kathy Wiltrout Bevington, 27, Springfield Township, 4 October 1972

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  1. OkieGranny

    OkieGranny New Member Staff Member Forum Coordinators

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    http://www.newsnet5.com/news/local-...ds-in-1972-murder-of-kathy-wiltrout-bevington

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  3. dogperson

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    Well, we know it wasn't robbery because the article says she was still wearing her jewelry. I wonder how this man got her to leave the store with him, leaving her purse behind? Maybe he pulled a knife or gun on her?
     
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    Sulamith Active Member

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    Maybe she knew her killer so went with him/her willingly. That person (Having some crisis?) could have asked her to take a quick break and she got in the car to talk to the person. Besides the pharmacist, were there any other employees working with her? If so, did they see anything? Maybe she told a co-worker she would be right back and ask them to cover for her. Strange to me that she would just walk out of the pharmacy without telling anybody she was leaving. MOO
     
  5. rosesfromangels

    rosesfromangels Wire in the blood

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    Such a beautiful woman. Sounds like this guy was a lover, and she tried to break it off. That would be my speculation. Or, someone she knew who had some obsession with her. Women that good looking tend to become the objects of obsessed and unrequited suitors. If I had to speculate further, I'd say you won't have to look too far beyond her/her husband's close circle of friends to find the Perp.
     

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