Dr. Godwin was a consultant on these unsolved murders and developed a geographical and limited psychological profile in July 2008
Thank you for posting this!
I found this interesting from the link: "Clearly, this finding is supported by the fact that the killer visits the area and abducts his victims predominatly on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Sundays. It is the opioion of this examiner, based on previous dates of the abductions/murders, that the killer does not live in Jenning, LA. The time line also may indicate that the killer has a job route that takes him to Jennings several times a year."
Maybe he (or they) work offshore
in some capacity that only puts them home (if they do live in Jennings), near Jennings, or passing through Jennings on these days.
I say this because (as a south Louisiana resident), it seems like almost all the men (especially white men) in SW LA work offshore in some capacity or for a company that provides something for the oil companies that drill offshore. Lots of guys travel around the area for work related to the oil industry.
The profiler also mentions the women being killed in the spring & summer. Warning- this is nothing scientific- but my mom always says that the intense heat of the Louisiana summer (and spring- it can be in the 90s here in May) bring out "the crazy" in people. I know from when I worked in retail here that people were angrier, less patient, and more hostile during the hot weather. It's easy to get irritated when you break a sweat just walking from your front door to your car.
Glad to see the Jennings ladies are getting some much-needed attention!
ETA: I like what fellow sleuthers have noticed about the airport. Maybe some connection to someone who works as a pilot or with planes in the oil industry? I should know this, but do the oil companies use private airports to fly people offshore? I'm thinking they do.