Any "true crime" sleuths here?[views:14944][posts:171]
[Apr 17,2017 3:29pm - susurrate ""]
Died in a Florida prison? you don't think it's the same perp that died in a Florida prison who some suspect abducted and killed Molly Bish, do you? I understand you may not be able to comment.
[Apr 18,2017 9:08am - Hoser ""]
No, they're unrelated. The suspect in the Belanger case was a Victor Wonyetye. He was in prison in Florida for a similar crime. Total piece of garbage.
[Apr 18,2017 9:12am - Hoser ""]
[Apr 18,2017 7:02pm - susurrate ""]
Amen to this article -
[May 4,2017 3:00pm - cinco de mayo ""]
illegal migration to USA results in mass causalities w/pics
[Jun 21,2017 8:55am - susurrate ""]
New Hampshire stuff
[Jun 25,2017 2:03pm - susurrate ""]
shitty mom who should be executed
[Jul 13,2017 9:06am - daily bad feels ""]
spergy looking Pennsylvania guy killed 4 people on his family farm:
[Jul 16,2017 1:37pm - susurrate ""]
Lunatic Retard ^
Anywho, Check out the Jo Ringer case. It's a matter of finding the body now. She has to be somewhere around here in the western region of the state.
On top of that, get a load of this. Supremely fucked. https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2017/jul/14/young-woman-allegedly-tortured-so-badly-police-thought-she-was-dead
[Aug 4,2017 5:30pm - susurrate ""]
What in the fuck
[Aug 4,2017 5:32pm - susurrate ""]
sick tats bro
[Aug 18,2017 11:16am - i am elite1111! ""]
NH barrel killer ID'ed
[Aug 18,2017 12:42pm - susurrate ""]
whoa!!! i F12'd and removed the paywall but it's a hard paywall so I cant scroll. Can you copy and paste?
Is the name in the article the true name of the guy who was going by the alias "Bob Evans?"
[Aug 18,2017 4:11pm - i am elite1111! ""]
copy pasta incoming:
For years the serial killer rambled across the country, working as an electrician and handyman and leaving a trail of victims while masking his true identity. He was Bob Evans in the late 1970s when he arrived in New Hampshire, where he killed a woman and three girls — including his own daughter — and dumped them in steel barrels in the woods of Allenstown.
In the 1980s, he claimed to be Gordon Jenson, a widowed father, when he abandoned a 5-year-old girl at a California trailer park after presumably killing her mother. And he was someone else in 2002 when he murdered his new wife and buried her body in the basement.
Now, seven years after the killer died in prison, still using an identity he stole in Texas, New Hampshire authorities announced Friday that they have positively identified the mystery man.
He’s Terry Peder Rasmussen who was born in Denver in 1943, grew up in Phoenix and served in the US Navy in the early 1960s until being discharged in 1967. During his time in the Navy, Rasmussen was assigned to bases in the western part of the country and in Okinawa, Japan.
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He was married while in the Navy and eventually had four children with his wife, who separated from him in 1973, taking the children with her. Rasmussen’s former wife and children “are alive and accounted for,’’ New Hampshire authorities said Friday.
Timeline: The history of serial killer Terry Peder Rasmussen
For years the serial killer rambled across the country, working as an electrician and handyman and leaving a trail of victims.
Finding Lisa: A story of murders, mysteries, and, incredibly, new life
The last time Rasmussen’s former wife saw him was around Christmas 1974 when he showed up unexpectedly in Payson, Ariz., authorities said. During that meeting with his former wife and four children, Rasmussen said he was living in the Casa Del Ray apartments in Ingleside, Texas.
He was accompanied by an unidentified woman and authorities are now hoping the disclosure of Rasmussen’s name will lead to discovering the name of that woman.
The stunning breakthrough announced Friday is the latest twist in a New Hampshire murder mystery that baffled authorities for decades, until a woman’s search for her parents helped unravel the case over the last year through DNA and the work of genealogists and police.
In 1985, hunters stumbled upon the barrel containing the decomposing bodies of a woman, believed to be in her mid-20s, and a girl, believed to be about 10 or 11 years old on property bordering Bear Brook. Fifteen years later, a State Police sergeant newly assigned to the case discovered the second barrel.
Authorities believed they were killed between the late 1970s and early 1980s. DNA tests revealed that the woman and two of the girls were related.
Authorities are now trying to determine Rasmussen’s whereabouts since the 1974 meeting in Arizona and the late 1970s when he appeared in New Hampshire using the alias of Bob Evans. While using that alias of Evans, Rasmussen killed the four victims, according to authorities. They said DNA tests revealed he was the father of one of the slain girls, the middle child not related to the others.
Investigators used DNA to match the man known as “Bob Evans” to Rasmussen by taking a sample from a man they now know to be “Evans” son. “Those DNA results and other investigative work have allowed investigator to confirm that Robert ‘Bob’ Evans’ true identity is in fact, Terry Peder Rasmussen,” authorities wrote.
While tracking “Evans’’ movements in the 1970s, authorities learned he was living in Manchester, N.H., with his girlfriend, Denise Beaudin, and her six-month-old daughter, when all three vanished after Thanksgiving 1981.
Beaudin’s family never reported her missing because the couple was having financial difficulties and they believed she had left voluntarily, according to police.
Authorities said they believed Rasmussen also killed Beaudin, and that he had a history of abusing women and children and they suspect that he killed others.
“He certainly fits the profile of a serial killer,” Senior Assistant Attorney General Jeffery Strelzin said during the January press conference.
The break in the long-stalled Allenstown homicide investigation came after Beaudin’s daughter launched a search for her birth family. She was 5, going by the name, Lisa Jenson, and living with a man who claimed to be her father, when he abandoned her at a Scotts Valley, Calif. trailer park in 1986. It wasn’t until years later that she discovered Rasmussen had kidnapped her.
In 2002, Rasmussen killed Eunsoon Jun, a woman he married a year earlier in an unofficial backyard ceremony, and buried her body under a pile of cat litter in the basement of their Richmond, Calif. home. At the time, he was using the name Larry Vanner, but when police ran his fingerprints they came back to Curtis Mayo Kimball -- later determined to be an identity he stole from a man in Texas.
Still using the name Kimball, he pleaded guilty to the slaying and was serving a sentence of 15 years to life when police ordered a DNA test. It revealed that he was not the father of the girl he had abandoned years earlier.
When questioned by police, he insisted he had no memory of the girl or where she came from, according to police. He died in 2010 of natural causes at a California prison, seemingly taking his secrets to the grave.
The girl was adopted by a California couple after she was abandoned and went on to lead what appears to be a remarkably normal life, marrying and having three children of her own.
In 2014, she submitted her DNA to several genomic testing sites, hoping to find matches that would lead to her parents. Ultimately, with the help of genealogists and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, she discovered that she was Beaudin’s daughter.
New Hampshire State Police and Manchester Police launched an investigation and discovered that Beaudin’s boyfriend, then known as Evans, was the same man who had abandoned her daughter at the trailer park.
Investigators also discovered that Rasmussen, posing as Evans, worked as an electrician at Waumbec Mills in Manchester, N.H., from 1977 to 1981, and that his supervisor owned the Allenstown property where the bodies were found. Rasmussen also did electrical work at a store on the property and had used the land to dispose of material from the mill.
When authorities announced the stunning break in the Allenstown murders, they released a statement from Beaudin’s daughter, Lisa,who is now 33 years old. She thanked everyone who had worked on her case and asked for privacy.
“I have three beautiful children and a loving husband, and would like our presently happy and secure life to remain intact and protected through the release of this story,” she said.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the New Hampshire State Police Cold Case Unit at 603-223-3856 or Manchester police detectives.
[Aug 18,2017 4:26pm - susurrate ""]
hoser would be stoked to read this
[Aug 23,2017 11:30pm - susurrate ""]
Missouri.... still the most fucked state.
[Aug 24,2017 12:51am - Grandmotherweb ""]
Massachusetts: the Alabama of the North.
I wonder, will anyone ever solve the "true crime" of TurtleBoy getting away with gang-stalking people and threatening to burn their houses down, all for the sake of saving his precious pedophile blog??
inquiring minds want to know...
[Sep 4,2017 2:22pm - Murder critic ""]
This thread lack gore pics.
[Sep 11,2017 2:57pm - susurrate ""]
Been watching the Zach Adams trial for the murder of Holly Bobo since this morning......
trial megathread w/ live updates: https://www.reddit.com/r/UnresolvedMysteries/comments/6zfk65/holly_bobo_trial_megathread/
[Sep 12,2017 10:41pm - susurrate ""]
interesting. The Johnny Lavern "Snake" Walsh case. Old school photos within:
[Sep 14,2017 8:44am - hmm ""]
so it was holly bobos skull in the bucket? gross
[Sep 18,2017 1:56pm - susurrate ""]
^ My understanding was that the ginseng hunter picked up a bucket that was flipped upside down and underneath it there was a bunch of blonde hair. I guess intuition kicked in, he turned around, and there on the ground nearby was her skull.
Gary Schara, 48, of West Springfield arrested for the slaying of Lisa Ziegert. Finally. You may remember this crime from Unsolved Mysteries. She worked in a shop in Agawam and etc etc if you read the article you may recall it.