TX - Terri 'Missy' Bevers,45, murdered in church/person in SWAT gear,18 Apr 2016 #27

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  1. Sparky

    Sparky <b><span style="color:#000099;">Retired WS Staff</

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    Sorry I had to remove the photo. It was full of minors.
     


  2. BigCityAccountant

    BigCityAccountant Well-Known Member

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    I'm in.....but I don't think it should just be Missy~~~I think someone should incorporate the family into it as well. After all, the entire family are victims. RIP MB! Prayers for the family!
     
  3. Kamy

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    I must have missed your post saying that about the left foot but after watching Batbrat's animation several times
    I can see that! It seems to be in the ankle - like there isn't full range/motion or maybe the SP doesn't want to put full
    weight on the ball/toes (front part) of the foot. Favoring it like that, the right leg is taking longer strides and compensation.

    IMO you & Nin are very observant!

    It could have been from breaking in too so possibly someone had an injured foot the day after Missy's demise.
    If not, then it would still be a distinct gait SP has IRL but I would wager they are trying to disguise it these days
    in public. But family, friends & neighbors would know about it. MOO~
     
  4. gliving

    gliving Woof

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    Ha! I wish there was a way to toss out all the red herrings so we could focus on what's important. Just today I listened to the April 24th Cowboy Church sermon and looked into Midlothian's railroad industry. Crazy! I'm curious what you are thinking about the case these days. Care to share?
     
  5. SandyQLS

    SandyQLS Well-Known Member

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    RBBM. I agree entirely with you. In trying to replicate SP's walk, that is the only way I could do it - by abnormally swinging my entire right leg from the hip in one movement (instead of the normal multi-part process of moving the right upper leg forward from the hip, raising right knee, and then swinging the right lower leg forward). Is the SP displaying Trendelenburg Gait (aka Trendelenburg Sign, aka uncompensated gluteal gait; or, a compensated gluteal gait)?

    "Trendelenburg's sign is found in people with weak or paralyzed abductor muscles of the hip, namely gluteus medius and gluteus minimus." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trendelenburg's_sign
     
  6. No it's not

    No it's not that simple

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    Great point. Also, right hand dominance - again.

    -Nin
     
  7. KayCherry

    KayCherry Well-Known Member

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    I agree!! I believe it is hip or knee, (not from break in), just the state of their physical stature.
     
  8. lilyk

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    Totally! I've previously seen a Harley skull with wings, my daughter sees a hamster (!) and I also see a dump truck facing the other way.
     
  9. 1&2&3

    1&2&3 Well-Known Member

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    Amazing how we all see different things. In the illustration that Batbrat did, it appears to me that SP definitely shows a problem with the Right foot.

    The right leg is projected to be turning away from the body. The major point I see is the subject appears to "throw" the right foot as s/he brings the foot forward from a backward position. The foot is lifted up to bring it forward for a step, and it is at this point that this right foot is not set down in a normal manner. It isn't every time, it is done like twice, then a normal step, then back to the odd way of moving that right foot.

    How many people in the Midlothian area can have this gait, the problem foot, the height, the eyes, and access to an Altima??
     
  10. MrsPC

    MrsPC Well-Known Member

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    The killer's eyes are not deep set. The killer was squinting in that shot. And the killer has something covering their forehead and and had some sort of cover just under the eyes as well. So, this particular shot is deceiving. I previously posted a really good shot of the killer's right eye here:

    bestshot window edit.png

    And just for kicks - just to give you a feel of what the killer looks like - I took that right eye shot and flipped it horizontal and put the two together. It's not a real accurate picture of the killer because in the right eye shot the killer is looking slightly to the right. But IMO it's definitely a female.

    comparison of eye and horizontal flip.png

    and remember - the killer has something coming down from the forehead that covers the nose and has something just under the eyes so it makes the cheeks appear puffy but that's not the killer's cheeks.

    edited to add - also the killer partially moved/pulled down some of the face covering during the video so the different eye shots I've posted are from different intervals of the video and the coverings were different in some shots.
     
  11. KayCherry

    KayCherry Well-Known Member

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    Yes,let's do it
     
  12. BigCityAccountant

    BigCityAccountant Well-Known Member

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    But maybe not noticeable if they often get injuries on the job or working out???
     
  13. No it's not

    No it's not that simple

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    Well, it was very wet that night/ morning, so there is always the possibility of a slip. It could also be a combination of preexisting and acute injury- or even soreness? I am mentioning soreness, as a I am thinking of reasons why the perp would go through all the masquerade and then walk like a T-Rex.. Also, when you watch the MLPD video, you notice, how the gait changes. However, since we don't know, how the video was edited - time wise- it is only an observation with a possible explanation. All IMO of course

    -Nin
     
  14. ATasteOfHoney

    ATasteOfHoney Well-Known Member

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    We need BatBrat to add these hairstyles if it's not too much work:
    The "Friends" hairstyle worn Jennifer A aka the "Jennifer"
    A wind blown shag (ala Farrah F)
    The Doroth* Hamill
    The Mohawk
    The Bruce Will*s shaved head look
    A crew cut
    A beehive (as Brat suggested)
    Dreadlocks

    I think that covers it. That should be easy.
    :razz:
     
  15. Elle*Bee

    Elle*Bee We're all just stories in the end.

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    I'm in.
     
  16. BigCityAccountant

    BigCityAccountant Well-Known Member

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    :floorlaugh::floorlaugh::floorlaugh:
     
  17. PibblePal

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    Oh no! So sorry! I'm on a cell phone and couldn't examine it closely.


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
     
  18. Mikeroo

    Mikeroo New Member

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    Possibly...but nothing ever seems to be clear-cut! I am left handed and would have swung from the right using my right hand or both hands to avoid the handle. Also, it is somewhat intuitive to force the lockset away from the door's edge to force the deadbolt to retract.

    Note that dislodging the external portion of the lockset would most likely NOT have unlocked the door. A screwdriver or similar would probably have to be inserted to pry the deadbolt to the left. The window is quite high, making it very difficult to reach down to open via the emergency exit bar.

    Thus, one might could envision the perp attacking the lockset with frustrating results, smashing the door window, and then attacking other windows elsewhere in an attempt to find easy ingress.
     
  19. Scout

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    Found him/her!!!

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  20. Phoebeb

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    Looks like a shark or fish looking left, one white eye showing to me
     
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