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Discussion in 'LISK CLOSED General Discussion Threads' started by MrsPC, Feb 29, 2012.

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  1. LINative13

    LINative13 New Member

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    I have never seen this. Is this your work? A thesis? Very impressive.

    If this is true, from our point of view (websleuthers throwing thoughts on the table, just a general interest in the crimes) there is probably a whole lot of un tapped information for us. This person is connecting all of these murders.....there must be websleuthers somewhere following these cases who may have some key information.
     


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    Thankfully I had jeans on and not shorts! It mostly got on my hands and arms! Aghh! It was awful!
     
  3. CriminalMinds

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    It's the brainchild of Rogers, and a full product of a small group of people--I came across this main gentleman and his work around Feb of this year---At that time, I was following some NC case work, as well as in FL(Daytona),LA(Jennings 8), and NY(LI)-I wasn't following VA--San Diego was also being worked on that site(where a poi(MH) was looked at for there and connected to Atlantic City)---At that time, his preliminary "work-in-progress" site had released some of the info they were gathering and work they were doing, as well as a sketch, profile, and other related things on a few cases, along with Crimestoppers # and a request for any info the public had--Through that site, I asked some questions and opinions, some answered, some not, and shared some info I had, as well as some data, research, opinions, and general profiling on a couple of NC cases, some on FL, and some on LI---LA was given it's own category and research, and deservedly so, and so was FL-They are also still being worked---The majority of the site was then taken down for several months while they continued the work, all the while accepting info and research, as well as sharing some with a small group of people--Some claimed it to be a hoax, others stood and stand by it and what they are doing--You are correct that there are threads on these various clusters here on WS that have some valuable info and good sleuthers on them--At the very least, all are worth a read
     
  4. LINative13

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    So this thing might be bigger than just Long Island? Dont tell a LIer that.....we like to think we are the epicenter of the world, especially Babylon people. :)
     
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    I had no time yet to read through this all, but I think, I remember a little foggy, that in the Delaware case a man was arrested convicted and executed. He claimed to be innocent, but was linked by fiber and DNA. I only can't remember the name exactly Steven Conall or something like that.
     
  6. CriminalMinds

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    not sure if they included DE in their study--I believe it was Steven Pennell from the late 80's in DE
     
  7. CriminalMinds

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    ha-indeed---very well could be bigger, one way or another--Definitely can put this poi in the Lewis-Clarke Valley, as well as NC--sketchy on him for Atl.City, and I haven't been able to verify a tie to this poi's stay in LI(maybe they have-still waiting to hear more)--pretty good stuff they do, not sure if I agree ALL are tied though--but I'll randomly stay tuned....
     
  8. fred&edna

    fred&edna Well-Known Member

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    Skeletal remains of what appeared to be a teen girl were discovered on an uninhabited island in Jamaica Bay, authorities said.

    A boater passing Canarsie Pol at about 4:45 p.m. Tuesday spotted the bones and alerted police, sources said.

    Near the remains, cops found the ID of a high-school girl who went missing last year, sources said.

    The Medical Examiner’s Office is working to identify the remains.

    It wasn’t immediately clear whether the body had suffered physical trauma.

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/jamaica_bay_skeleton_find_wB8f3VizKicxB3VAB1zu7N


    Maybe not related since she is possibly the missing high school student and not a prostitute who advertised on CL.
     
  9. PreciousDust

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    I'd say with all the attention, the identity won't last hidden for long--leaning towards tenant, "L"
     
  11. ps149

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    No kidding.
     
  12. MrsPC

    MrsPC Well-Known Member

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    from the Longislandpress article....the drifter claims he moved out before Gilbert was called to the house:

    but says he moved out before Gilbert was ever called to the house.
     
  13. fieldnotes

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    LI Press really covers this story better than anyone. And the online version of this article doesnt do the print version any justice. Was really a nice spread.
     
  14. mysterymom7

    mysterymom7 Former Member

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    I'm leaning towards CPH taking after his dad...
     
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    mysterymom7 Former Member

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    Jacyln Galucci is an amazing writer! I've been very impressed with her articles throughout this case. The author of this book doesn't hold a candle to her.
     
  16. LINative13

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    My father just brought me a copy of it. I thought it was great, so I went to the gas station by my house and stole a bunch of them. I will distribute them to Websleuths people. If anyone wants one just shoot me a PM and I will drop one in the mail for u. I only have about 20 of them though.
     
  17. Samantha Spade

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    Yikes!
    I know where ya can get a good bottle of pinot grigio under 20 dollars.
    I think we all need a drink.
     
  18. SoSueMe

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    This thread was pulled due to the discussion and sleuthing of another member. Future discussions of this type will be met with lengthy timeouts if not permanent loss of posting privileges.

    You are all intelligent individuals, so I'm not understanding the lack of comprehension in this regard. I'm weary of placing this warning within the various threads.
     
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