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TX TX - Julie Moseley, 9, Mary Trlica, 17, Lisa Wilson, 14, Fort Worth, 23 Dec 1974 - #3

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  1. kettlecorn

    kettlecorn Verified Family Insider

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    That's a good idea. LE won't talk to RA or any of those nuts over there on that page. But TT is the next of kin. Not the mother or the father or the siblings. TT is. So yes I think he should call
     


  2. just-juju

    just-juju Well-Known Member

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    So at one point, Rusty believed that TT and Rachel were responsible for this. And the best idea to get him out of bizzaro world was to get him to focus on a car, that no one knows even exists. Wow.
     
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    kettlecorn Verified Family Insider

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    I think all the families and person's close to the girls had to take handwriting analysis and asked to take a lie detector .
    I think everyone and anyone was a poi

    Also TT and the Arnold's both had to supply theirs and Rachel's handwriting samples for testing.
    No ones writing matched
     
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    I was kinda short and to the point with my statement; I should have clarified. We are on the same page and I agree with you. I was more so agreeing with his course of action that has been intensely scrutinized. He was damned if he stayed and damned if he left.
     
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  5. kettlecorn

    kettlecorn Verified Family Insider

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    Thank you.
    Sorry I jumped into defense mode...
    I apologize.
     
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    No apology necessary. I totally get it. I'm glad you guys are here.
     
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    Love trumps all Verified Family Insider

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    He will be trying to talk to Detectives ..
     
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    As recent as 2007 RA thought Rachel was alive and living in the Ft Worth area. Then a hunch for a phantom car. The part that should interest everyone is how much money has been raised for to support the dives and the next dive in the spring.
    knowing there's no car.
    And now the case files he doesn't lawfully have a right to

    But Thank God I can tell you where their band's will be playing and grab me a stuffed diver and a keychain while Im there.
     
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  9. cody22

    cody22 On Time Out

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    One question to anyone who may know the answer - The 1979 article shown in the last couple of pages( post #870) mentions three unidentified partial sets of girl's bones found in the Houston area near a deserted oil well. Were those bones ever identified ?.... I can find nothing to answer this question on the internet..... Thank you in advance and this is one very interesting case and thread.......cody22 in Texas
     
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    They must have been identified because I searched in NAMUS and could only find one UID found in 1979 in Harris County, Texas. (A black, 35-45 year old female)
     
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    Wait... it just hit me that you admitted that you made up the whole car in the lake story and got RA to buy into it.

    My god.... all the hell that fairy tale has put the Trlica's through.

    Not to even mention the thousands of dollars that so many well meaning people donated towards a lie.

    I'm way beyond disgusted.
     
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  12. kettlecorn

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    It's so crazy and I am livid. How can someone sit back and watch what people were doing to TT and his family. knowing it was all a lie. And watch all those people donating their hard earned money looking for an answer based on a hunch Knowing the whole time they are being lied to.
    I'm so blown away by this.
     
  13. Faith0263

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    I am friends with several family members and one said friend herself left that group, it got so bad.
     
  14. Ozoner

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    I wouldn't assume that they've been identified just because they're not in NAMUS.
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    Only a small fraction of the nation's UID's are in NAMUS.
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    NAMUS is constantly being updated with old records from local law enforcement agencies.
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    I've found no evidence that those three skeletons were ever identified. If they remain unidentified, then there's a strong chance that they belong to Rachel, Renee, and Julie.
     
  15. Suglo

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    You could be right but I think this article clears up the issue about those bones.

    530C4C8A-BCA4-4FAF-A00E-74CDB7F858DB.jpeg
     

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    I think that's two different things. The Brazoria County Bones in your post are one young male, and two females. This specific find has always intrigued me. The two girls could have been the right ages.
     
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    Via Marple Here to learn how devious minds work

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    The ages are striking, but the bones were only a few months in 1979. See last paragraph.
     
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    How about this website. The Harris County coroner has this one and it can be searched by date. I haven’t looked yet.

    Unidentified Decendent Fliers
     
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    just-juju Well-Known Member

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    July 1976 Alvin Sun

    "Bones found near here checked against three"

    That is the date an publication I have of the article.

    Actually July and 1976 are mentioned on that page on the story on the far left.
     
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    Facts should point you to a suspect, not the other way around. It’s good we’re getting input from another source now.
     
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