TN - Holly Bobo, 20, Darden, believed abducted 13 April 2011 - #18

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  1. mrsu

    mrsu Well-Known Member

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    So what....now they think it could be a serial killer??? :banghead::crazy:

    What a sad thing for the family to have to watch and I can't imagine what the community must be feeling now after that? :(
     


  2. lillys

    lillys Former Member

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    sorry Granny, here's the link.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/04/28/us-bobo-tennessee-weather-idUSTRE73R7C020110428

    Again, from the Reuters article:
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  3. cluciano63

    cluciano63 Well-Known Member

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    BeanE's site...not JBean...:)
     
  4. lishac23

    lishac23 When love calls...I answer them

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    Eileen730 Former Member

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    I guess according to that link. lol
     
  6. DNeecie

    DNeecie New Member

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    No worries! I didn't think that:p
     
  7. lishac23

    lishac23 When love calls...I answer them

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    I'm guessing its safe to say, based on the different links and different times....we don't know when the 911 call was made. :banghead:
     
  8. froginTtown

    froginTtown Active Member

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    snipped from the article ...http://www.wsmv.com/news/27708018/detail.html
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    Investigators are considering cases involving at least four women who were abducted back to 1980.

    In 1980, two teenage girls walked to a store in Dover. They bought their items, began the one-mile walk home and were not seen again.
    ....

    If these cases are related.. then I think it's safe to say that we are looking for a male above the age of 48, unless he started very young...
     
  9. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    mrsu Well-Known Member

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    I don't get that at all from the quote.
     
  11. Emma Peel

    Emma Peel Keep your bowler hat on in times of trouble, & bew

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    :banghead::banghead::banghead:

    I knew that. :great:

    (so I fixed it in my original post. oh dear. ty clu! :blushing:)
     
  12. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    Its frustrating they all say something diff.
    We dont know what time the call came in and we dont really know when he saw her last!
     
  13. maskedwoman

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    That was very disturbing to realize so many women had disappeared in such a small area. It made me think of that mini-series Chiefs, where 3 different police chiefs try to solve a series of murders. I remember the killer even buried a bicycle one of the victims rode. Very creepy.
     
  14. CAR2DRIVE2009

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    I don't think this is connected at to the crime in 1980. I can't imagine that a man at least in his late 40's could be mistaken for Holly's bf even at a glance.
     
  15. cluciano63

    cluciano63 Well-Known Member

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    I'm not getting that any hints are being dropped by LE either...
    I almost wish they were, as then I could more easily believe they know what is going on and what happened to Holly and I am not at all sure of that.
     
  16. STGSouth

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    I agree that the TBI wouldn't be as concerned with this issue and that's exactly why I think they were brought into this case so quickly. I think that the fact that this is a small town makes it very likely that the perp and his family are connected to the local LE on some level. That's not to say that they are related but at least well known to each other.
     
  17. evelyn24

    evelyn24 cray cray

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    Wow, back YEARS? Really? Hmmmm and none abduction right on their own property.
    Boy I'm not too hopeful they have a good POI in this case.
     
  18. mrsu

    mrsu Well-Known Member

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    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/...73R7C020110428

    from the Reuters article:

    Quote:
    For now, there won't be volunteers called out to participate, except on an as-needed basis, according to TBI spokesperson Kristin Helm.

    IMO this means...we've searched all the areas we can with volunteers, so no new searches unless something else is discovered.

    Quote:
    "So the investigation begins to narrow when questions are answered and the results of forensic evidence are turned in to investigators."

    And this means...we had several questions that we didn't have answers to. After a couple weeks, as evidence from the lab is coming back, we now have some direction to go on and some of our questions have been answered.

    Possibly the forensic evidence points to a particular person? I don't see at all how this sounds like she just ran off and was never abducted. Nothing has been revealed, even in the rumors, that would suggest she would just up and take off.
    MOO
     
  19. Emma Peel

    Emma Peel Keep your bowler hat on in times of trouble, & bew

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    *sigh*

    I have to think the time of the scream report corroborates Clint's earlier visual of his sister walking to woods somehow - as to timing.

    I have to think these two events occurred independently of each other and were pieced together afterwards.

    And that is why the timing of the abduction is taken to be 7:30.

    So, for example - 7:25 Clint sees sister walkin' to woods with (not)BF, gets into shower.

    7:30 scream report

    7:45-ish? or thereabouts Clint finds blood, no sister. Starts making calls. BF/mother/911

    7:59 LE gets call and goes to Bobo's.

    it's pretty tight. and the scream report, to me, is pretty critical.

    Above is just an example, but taken from the various time reports in media posted above.
     
  20. evelyn24

    evelyn24 cray cray

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    I agree.
     
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