Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by amandab, Aug 17, 2005.
Usually reporters will make comment about missing people in the area. This time there is no guesses. Odd, maybe they weren't reported missing there?
I wonder how old the house is? Really interesting story.
I wonder if it's as innocent as someone bured their family members there back in the old days and it wasn't marked? That's four people, so I hope so.
gardenmom - beneath a concrete slab? I'd say that's about 100% chance someone got away with murder, literally, when the slab was poured. Sometimes I wish the media didn't report stuff like this, because that's a really excellent and nearly fool proof way to hide a murder - pour a concrete slab over the body.
You'd have to find out when the slab was poured. It's hard to imagine ripping up a concrete slab when you "renovate" a home that's new. I bet the bodies have been there for 40+ years.
Well, you don't necessarily dig up an area before you pour concrete over it. I'm just pondering that it's an old burial ground. I hope that's all it is.
The second story in that link up there ^^^ has more info. Apparently it's two bodies each under their own concrete slab.
Curiouser and curiouser. Two separate sets of remains, under two different concrete pads, lead me to think of two different events- two separate deaths.
Very interesting Eeyore.
These remains were identified as Felipe Armando Melendez-Rivas and Eugene Chaney.
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