I rode my horse up those tracks hundreds of times in the early through mid-1970's. There were girls in the neighborhood who had horses who boarded near our farm- we were buddies. I would go pick up a particular girl who was my best buddy and double her on my horse to go get her pony and we would ride all over the neighborhood. Here are my memories of that area. There was a whacky lady who lived on the corner of Park and Buena Vista - east side of BV - who would sometimes turn her dog loose on the horses. My horse finally kicked her dog one day and she just threw a complete cursing fit. She had a rep for being 'strange'. At Rome Hilliard road and the tracks - now from the aerial view there are three very long buildings. It was a patch of scrub/weeds with a wooden building with peeling white paint (might have been auto salvage- something like that) with a tall chain fence around the back of it. There were always dogs barking in the building and one day I snuck up to peek through the window - there were cages full of dogs in there. I rode home and told my mother who I believe called the police. Like there was a dog fighting racket going on. There were always rather rough looking men going in and out of the place. In the wooded area behind the school (Attack #1) there was a circle of wooden benches around a center area that looked as if it were used as a fire pit. We would ride there and jump our horses in and out of the circle, over the benches. A few times we encountered HS age kids smoking pot, drinking, etc. I remember seeing condoms on the ground and thinking they were weird balloons until I got a bit older and realized what they were. So it was kind of a hot spot for kids sneaking off and misbehaving. The path along the tracks was frequently used by us 'horse kids' and also by dirt bike riders. Opposite the tracks (north) there were fields and a few patches of woods. Several times riding in the woods we encountered rather fresh sites where 'bums' (as we called them) would camp. These were just guys who rode the rails. We would see them every once in a while hiking along the tracks with little sacks and backpacks. Often the same ones would be around for some time. None ever bothered us. The Middle and HS were kind of strange. A mix of middle/upper middle class and farm kids. There was a bullying problem as I recall but the school didn't seem to do too much about it. The bullying wasn't a rich/poor issue as most kids were from families with money. It is hard to explain. I do remember that the older kids always and constantly smoked pot and a lot of them were into pills- ''valium moms' seemed to be pretty common back then and I remember kids always talking about getting into their moms valium and quaalude supply. There was also a lot of sexual activity going on with these kids. This has brought back a lot of memories for me. The spot where Bill was found I know intimately- having ridden over it hundreds of times. Most of the backyards from that point eastward are houses on Annhurst- most had chain link fences- many had gates back there too. I feel horrible for the Comeans family- I remember the boys, vaguely. I hope the Sister finds what she is looking for and finds peace.