http://archive.fdlreporter.com/article/20130713/FON019804/307130208/Authorities-say-they-may-close-solving-30-year-old-murder-case Janet Marie Raasch, 20 years old, was a third year business major at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in 1984. She worked at the Debot Dining Center on campus. Her case is still unsolved after 32 years. She had traded shifts with a coworker on Thursday, October 11, 1984 so she could go visit her family in Merrill, Wisconsin. A friend had dropped her off at the intersection of State Highway 54 and County Highway JJ in Plover, Wisconsin. State Highway JJ is also known as Old Amish Road. She was planning on hitchhiking home. She was carrying a duffle bag. October 11 was the last day she was seen by people who knew her. Her friends reported her missing on Monday, October 15, 1984. Her decomposed and partially-clad body was found by hunters on Saturday, November 17, 1984 about 300 feet into the woods two miles east of State Highway 54 and County Highway JJ in the Town of Buena Vista. The coroner said she had been dead a week to ten days before she was found. A forensic pathologist said it appeared that she had been strangled. Since the coroner said she had been dead only a week to ten days before she was found (which would be approximately November 8 through November 11, it's obvious she was held against her will for almost a month before she was murdered. Portage County Sheriff's deputies say they have a strong suspect in the murder. Bernadette Smith, a neighbor of Michael Roy Larsen, who both lived in the neighborhood of where Raasch went missing and was found, says she was awakened late one night (exact date unknown to me around November 8) by uncontrollable sobbing and crying of a female on Michael Larsen's property. She yelled out the window as to what was going on out there. She then stated that she heard Larsen's vehicle start up and start moving and then heard a thud which was when the crying suddenly stopped. Other witnesses have made statements against him in which he alluded to being involved in the murders and in which he himself stated he had picked Janet Raasch up hitchhiking but had dropped her off somewhere else. Whether Raasch's body showed signs of being hit or run over by a motor vehicle has not been released by LE. Interestingly enough, when I did a USsearch on him (which is where you can do an online search on people and see where they've worked, who their family members are, etc.) it listed a previous wife of his living right across the street from the B-Bar 10 in Amherst, WI, another close relative who worked at Ore-Ida Foods in Plover, which is where another unsolved murder victim, Dorothy Raczkowski, had worked and who had been murdered in Adams County, WI. USsearch also shows another close family member working at Churney Cheese in Waupaca County, WI, where yet another unsolved murder victim, Tonya Togstad, had worked before her death. All coincidences, I'm sure. B-Bar 10 is a clothing store in Amherst, WI, which was searched several times in relation to 5 homicide victims; three of who are still missing and the other two being Tonya Togstad and Timothy Mumbrue, who were found murdered. A Google map viewer showing the points of interest in the Raasch murder. https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=zI4q1qyxFQuk.ka6GJ8nkDkoA&hl=en_USS Another University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point student, 23-year-old Christine Lindsay Walters disappeared during a trip to the west coast in early November, 2009. She was last seen in California and was reported missing November 17, 2009. There are quite a few unsolved cases of missing and murdered women here in North Central Wisconsin spanning several decades. Either there are a whole lot of individual murderers running around or there are several serial killers responsible for their deaths.