GUILTY VA - Lisa Gaudenzi, 31, Caroline County, 26 Jan 1995

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    RIP Lisa
    http://fredericksburg.com/News/Web/2010/062010/0614gaudenzi-body-found-in-caroline
    Killer leads investigators to woman's remains
    Lawrence Gaudenzi had been convicted in the slaying of his wife, Lisa, but until last week had refused to say where her body was.
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    Date published: 6/14/2010
    By PORTSIA SMITH
    fredericksburg.com

    It has been a mystery for 15 years, but authorities say they have located the remains of a missing Caroline County woman.
    Lisa Gaudenzi's remains were found in Spotsylvania County, authorities said in a press conference today in Richmond.
    Police say her estranged husband, Lawrence Gaudenzi, led investigators last Wednesday to a remote area of Massaponax Church Road, where the remains were discovered. The site was about 30 miles from the couple's home in Lake Land'Or.
    Investigators were still able to find remnants of the sleeping bag he used to wrap her body in after he killed her at their house in Caroline on Jan. 26, 1995.
    Investigators also found several plastic bottles of brick washing acid that he discarded at the scene. He had put the sleeping bag inside a metal drum and then filled the drum with the powerful acid, investigators say.
    A porcelain dental bridge was all that was left.
    Her remains were sent to her parents in New Jersey on Friday.

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    I live right up the street from the location she was found. The gas station that is abandon was where my first job was. I wil take some pictures and put them up. Of all the remote parts of these two counties I think this is an odd place for him to have picked. I wonder if he had help putting the barrel there. My sisters ex boyfriends parents also lived 1/2 or so from the area and so did Mark Evonitz.
     
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    Rest in peace, Lisa.
     

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