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Old 05-03-2012, 08:23 AM   #46
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People, please, stay on topic. If you're good, I'll give you 10 more cases to answer.
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Here's yet another 10 cases:

Oliver Munson
Cecilia Newball & Rene Perez Jr.
Jean Moore
Gordon Page Jr.
Morgan Nick
Pamela Page
Star Palumbo
Curtis Pishon
Kristin Smart
Lilawattie Buerattan & Bhagwan "Moses" Lall
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Old 05-08-2012, 08:38 AM   #49
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Oliver Munson - I think it's pretty clear that either Dennis Watson or one of his associates did him in. No one claimed that Oliver would voluntarily disappear, there were no reported sightings of him alive after his disappearance, and he was not the first person to end up missing or dead after being in the situation of having to testify against Dennis Watson.

Cecelia Newball & Rene Perez Jr. - This is a strange one that, without a body or credible sighting after nearly 20 years, I don't think we'll ever really get a good, solid answer to, but I don't think Alfredo had anything to do with it, nor do I believe that she left voluntarily. I think there is a third party at work here, quite likely the woman who called Cecilia about baby furniture for sale. What the motivation behind that might have been I really couldn't say, but I think it's the most likely theory.

Jean Moore - I really have no clue whatsoever on this one. I suppose that Al Henderson could be the one who knows all the answers, but there were witnesses who claimed to have seen the two of them together in Apple Valley, California either right before or after (I don't remember which) the time that Jean reportedly went missing. So it's hard to really know whether Al is lying, or whether other people (such as the California witnesses or casino security) are simply confused about what they saw (or didn't see) and the date and time. One less-than-encouraging thing Ive heard: I'm not definitely sure about this, but I thought that I heard that Al Henderson has since died, so if he is the one with all the answers, then there's probably no chance that we'll ever know what really happened.

Gordon Page Jr. - I think that after wandering off, he probably either lived among the homeless, or was taken by a person or facility who never found out who he actually was.

Morgan Nick - Abducted by the creepy guy at the ballpark, and most likely not alive after this much time.

Pam Page - Not really sure of much on this one, but her husband probably knew a lot more than he ever admitted.

Star Palumbo - Most likely ended up as a prostitute and/or hopeless drug addict who was either killed by a "customer," accidentally overdosed, or committed suicide due to her paranoia, though because a body hasn't been found, there's also a possibility that she could be wandering aimlessly or living from day to day in a state or drug-induced amnesia.

Curtis Pishon - Not sure, but I tend to lean towards a nervous breakdown.

Kristin Smart - Not sure, though I think she's probably dead at this point, and the male student who was following her the night she disappeared either is responsible for her disappearance, or knows something crucial about it.

Lila Buerattan & Moses Lall - Probably a kidnapping and murder that came of bad business dealings and not because of the birds themselves, because none of the most valuable birds were taken. I also think that Hari Gobin and Roland Eyoum (sp?) may have been in on it.
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Oliver Munson: Taking into account how the stolen car chopshop was detail oriented and organized enough to provide fake ownership papers, I have little doubt that they would be meticulous in ridding themselves of any perceived liabilities on the witness stand. Given the tumultuous and very suspicious history of disappearing witnesses around Dennis Watson, it is not a stretch to deduce that foul play was involved in Munson’s disappearance. Now, the fact that his testimony wasn’t “make or break” for the trail one way or another is a tad hinky, and if there WERE to be a random act of violence (carjacking etc), Baltimore is at the top of my likely regions list. However that said, the fact that Munson WAS testifying in a felony trial provides a suspect and a motive far more substantive than some “unknown assailant”, if not directly Dennis Watson, someone who did not want Munson to detail the events of his transaction is the most likely outcome. Disposing of Munson could’ve been utilized as witness intimidation to others testifying in the case or to send a message to someone in the circle(per chance, the one who hooked Munson up with Watson in the first place).... IMO, Foul play.


Cecilia Newball & Rene Perez Jr:I always look at the most likely suspect, if he starts to act out of sorts and against type, I start to lose faith in his credibility and target him as the probable assailant. If we’re working with patterns here, was it out of character for Alfredo to call Cecilia two hours into his shift or during his work hours at all? Delving further, why was he so intent on finding her while he was at work and intent on checking in on her repeatedly(if she was possibly with friends or his mothers as he opines), going as far as to leave work on the day she happened to vanish into thin air...if nothing was wrong in the first place(at least, to his knowledge at that juncture)? This feels like he’s jumping to some mighty quick conclusions without much cause. Now for me, I would hazard that he was potentially attempting to establish a timeline and atmosphere where he himself is worried for her wellbeing, potentially knowing evidence to the contrary, however he later contradicts this “worried husband” motif when dealing with PDs & friends etc.... Alfredo then comes home early to find not only her car parked where it shouldn’t be(he did however have keys), but a generic “Dear John” letter and the wedding and engagement rings? An 8 month pregnant woman gets up and walks away from her life at the drop of a hat on the same day her husband leaves work early and was the last one to see her alive? For me, we’re starting to see way too many irregularities. For him to then call her male friend, asking where she was with something of a quite aloof response and then, not to report her IMMEDIATELY missing (keep in mind his pregnant wife has disappeared, he HAD A FEELING and that by his accounts, there was no hint of a rift or dissention), this still doesn’t jive. Add on top of this, the second typed “Dear John” note, which cannot in any way be corroborated as being Cecilia’s and furthermore, establishes a vague alternative to her whereabouts, which attempt to dissuade suspicion away from Alfredo himself, just feels like too many coincidences all coinciding to be just that. The alternatives just don’t possess as much gusto as the husband being involved does....

As for the “unidentified woman” who called months prior to tell Cecilia of the existence of a videotape of Alfredo kissing another woman, I can only believe that it’s yet another suspicious reason to look at him. I’ll buy a husband not wanting to be married anymore nor wanting to shoulder the perceived burden of a child ahead of some unknown assailant and potential kidnapper looking to keep the unborn baby any day of the week. Now, the woman who was attempting to throw Alfredo a babyshower at work and invited her to pick out some furniture is suspicious, however the fact that her own husband didn’t know about it(or so he says) and his actions following her disappearance is just too suspect to me. I do not believe in plights for help or return from the spouse, which could be a wholly empty, null and void plee if she is in fact already deceased. IMO, there’s two people at work here, one to lead her away from the house, the other establishing an alibi.

Jean Moore: Casino security is pretty darn hardcore/severe, if this lady was inside the casino when the fiancee had said she was(albeit he'd changed his story, thus diluting his credibility), they'd have picked her up on surveillance cameras. For me then, if the fiancee's story doesn't match what the cameras show(just him in the shots), then his story becomes something of a fabrication and then he's lying about something.

All this talk about the fiancee giving up reward money for her return and his willingness to give up his fortune sounds quite noble....however if one knows there's no chance of a return, there's a great chance they'd be willing to offer any number of sums, for they no there's no chance of it ever being fulfilled. Hinky case, I always look towards the person who's story doesn't fit and Henderson’s just doesn’t jive.

Gordon Page Jr.: Sadly, I think this is a case of an unfortunate wandering off, having potentially succumbed to the elements.

Morgan Nick: Worst case scenario.

Pamela Page: Husband. Once again, simply too many inconsistencies in his story for me to buy.

Star Palumbo: Given all the innuendo involving drugs, potential prostitution and a “bad crowd” offers all sorts of promising leads, which probably would warrant the “best guess”. The mention of methamphetamines is quite intriguing, as her paranoid and delusional actions could be explained though the use and her relatively stark decline and eventual disappearance, as living among the margins of society would’ve placed her at far greater probability of foul play. There is also an argument which could be made that she could have begun suffering from a dissociative disorder that has caused her to detach herself from reality (ie persecution complex concerning the White House, changing identity and paranoia etc.). Given the area she was living in at the time, I think foul play is not a certainty, although her social climate makes it a reasonable route. The offered drug induced psychosis also seems like a sound alternative theory. IMO, she either OD’d and was disposed of to not draw attention to those she was with, was killed by a john or wandered off into the desert in a fugue. In any case, I lean towards deceased in Nevada, whether or not she disappeared approximately around the time she cut off contact with her family is up in the air, however a descent into a seedy underworld probably warrants the most sound and reasonable alternative.

Curtis Pishon: The fellow co-worker angle that seems to have popped up in recent years feels as though it has some weight behind it and somewhat dispels the theory of a walkaway. Suicide could be another viable theory given his deteriorating physical state, suggested depression and unknown future. However a person with MS wouldn’t simply walk away from their lives, it is too multi-faceted a disease to cope with “off the grind”, given that all of his personal information has never been used since. Therefore, it was either foul play or suicide. Given the more recent information, I lean towards the former.

Kristin Smart: Flores.
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A.J. Breaux: Probably one of the bigger mysteries that UM presented. There are the eyewitnesses who knew Breaux, but for living in a small community, to all appearances Breaux had relatively few skeletons, other than his prior substance abuse issues. The letter sounds like a typical hoax, but we really don't know enough about him to determine why anyone would have had a motivation to harm him.

Anthonette Cayedito: I think the perpetrator was someone that was acquainted with the family, whether the abduction occurred the way the sister recalled or not. Besides that, I've always had the sense that information wasn't being entirely disclosed - that possibly her mother wasn't in the home at the time of Anthonette's disappearance. The sister's memories, five years on, can't be considered completely reliable, but the "Uncle Joe" ruse to get the child to open the door doesn't seem horribly farfetched either.

Leonard Dirickson: I've never understood why the cops went on about how unusual it was for Dirickson to have a second breakfast at a cafe - this is a pretty standard tradition for gossiping and transacting business in farming/ranching communities. The bigger question here is if Dirickson was acquainted with this guy prior to the meeting, why would either of them want to be seen in public by individuals who knew Dirickson? Either Dirickson was murdered by or intimidated by the man to flee the area. The sighting at the bar seemed questionable.

Amy Bechtel: I don't discount that there may have been problematic behaviors in the marriage, but that doesn't preclude the possibility that she was a victim of a random attack. All of her actions that day, up until when she left the vehicle, were consistent behavior for her. I've never been a big proponent of "This serial killer was in the region, so he probably did it,", nor do I think the husband can be entirely written off as a suspect. If she routinely exercised in the area, any number of individuals would have seen her and had the ability to stalk her.

Animal predation is a less likely possibility, but it does occur - the big problem here being that in an area of that size, even repeated grid searches may never turn up any trace of her.

Amy Bradley: It can happen, but it would have been fairly difficult for her to accidentally fall overboard. Trafficking occurs all over the world, but generally not in the manner that the 'white slavery' tales suggest. More likely, she was thrown overboard during the course of an attack.

Claudia Kirschhoch: If this was simple case of drowning, you'd expect to at least have found her t-shirt and radio on the beach. If the previous partying with Anthony Grant occurred on the resort property (I've never found any corroboration of this online) there was no reason for Kirschhoch's scent to be anywhere in his vehicle, especially in the trunk.
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I'm probably in a minority with some of these, but oh well here goes

Jodi Huisentruit -- I can see a "Jill Dando" (person obsessed with her as a TV personality) case here. When I lived in the UK Jill Dando--ironically the host of a true-crime show--was killed by a viewer who got obsessed with her after seeing her picture in a magazine. Took them years to catch him. Huisentruit was a cute, seemingly-available blonde in an area which didn't have a lot of glamour.

Angela Hammond -- Killed by her boyfriend Tim. UM conveniently neglected to mention that she was pregnant by him. He was 18, she was 20. His story is frankly too fantastic to believe....bootlegger turn in the middle of town destroying his car's transmission? "I didn't need to use the phone anyway"? Come on.

Kristi Krebs -- Just as the segment suggests, stuck in woods. Likely wandered away and died of exposure--the area is very remote.

Leah Roberts -- Possibly staged her disappearance, but also could have met with foul play and that person junked her car. The car might have looked "lived in" because that's where Leah was sleeping at rest stops etc. on her trip...which is also where she could have met with foul play a la Dexter Stefonek.

Wil Hendrick -- I get the sense that this was not a Kurt Sova-type case. I think Sova died by sheer misadventure but Hendrick died at someone's hands.

Amy Bechtel -- I don't remember this one enough. I can remember her husband being smarmy about things. That could mean he's guilty...or it could mean he's innocent and just being a jerk. (Of course he could be a guilty jerk too...)

Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman -- This is a tough one. I can see more than one potential possibility. If drug dealers were involved as looks possible, I think they were killed elsewhere. Can't see them lasting long on their own so I don't think they engineered their own disappearance.

Amy Bradley -- A LOT of people die on cruise ships. Ships by their nature aren't 100% safe. Combine Amy being very drunk, an open balcony, and a family that wasn't paying attention, and you've got a recipe for disaster. And I wouldn't put it past her to climb off the balcony herself...I've seen drunks do less stupid stuff than that.

Jeremy Bright -- When I was a kid, your digital watch was like an iPod today...teenage kids never left theirs at home. His watch and wallet were found at his stepdad's home. He didn't leave there willingly IMHO. I think the stepdad was involved. I've talked about this at length elsewhere and I'd be happy to expand on it.

Tara Breckenridge -- I'm thinking Wayne Becker was involved, but I also think he had to have an accomplice. Maybe that accomplice picked her up from the side of the road.
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I won't do all of these, just the ones I remember well. Maybe these will be even more controversial...

Katherine Korzilius -- Fell off back of van. What are the odds that an unknown, unseen, undetected child molester is just waiting in 100+ degree heat in a vacant lot in a high-end residential neighborhood for a kid to appear...then, when said kid does appear, to do nothing with the kid other than knock her on the head and run away? No. Her injuries were consistent with being hit by a vehicle...or falling from a vehicle.

Bryan Nisenfeld -- Accident/suicide. It's impossible to know either way, really. But the idea of someone coming to throw him off the jetty doesn't seem right to me.

Cynthia Anderson -- Ooooh. The biggie. One day I'm going to start a whole thread on this case. I think she engineered her own disappearance but my reasons for believing so are pretty long.

A.J. Breaux -- Nervous breakdown, potentially caused by relapse. An old AA friend of mine once said to me, "I'm always one drink away from the grave." Maybe he relapsed for reasons known only to himself and couldn't face his mistake.

Dottie Caylor -- The Salad King did it !!!

Anthonette Cayedito -- Abducted by someone she knew. I think there was more to this case than UM let on but I can't remember what that was. One person I know thinks that her mom actually sold Anthonette to a childless couple, which is too outrageous for me to believe. I'm siding with the cops' explanation here.

Leonard Dirickson -- Man, this is a tough one too. In pre-Google Maps days, how did the potential killer even find the guy's house? What I'm thinking happened is that Dirickson might have mentioned to a friend of his that he needed money and was thinking about selling a horse. That friend told another friend, and eventually bad dude hears about it and decides to swindle Dirickson. Dirickson didn't fall for it, and bad dude ended up offing him.
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Less controversy here I think.

Oliver Munson -- Too many people involved with Dennis Watson who were a lot more streetwise than Oliver turned up dead. Watson is the obvious suspect.

Cecilia Newball & Rene Perez Jr. -- If ever a case screamed out "the husband did it", it's this one. This case was covered by another crime show and one of the lead detectives said "we are 99.9% certain the husband is guilty, we just lack the smoking gun." Perez Sr. didn't help himself by fabricating a Dear John letter (the police are sure of that part). Also, Ms. Newball was pregnant, and in an overwhelming number of homicides of pregnant women the prospective father is the perp (see Angela Hammond above).

Jean Moore -- Al Henderson's story is false as proven by the security cameras, so he's already starting with one strike against him. Then he changed up his story: two strikes. I think the cops were just never able to throw strike three past him.

Gordon Page Jr. -- One of the saddest stories ever shown on UM. Gordie was hard done by so often, it makes you feel there might not be justice on this earth. I think that he wanted to hitchhike to get back to see his dad, as he was seen by a motorist the night he disappeared. But I think that anyone who pulled over might have been scared off by Gordie's confused state. I have a feeling he might have given up, tried to find his way back to the home, and died in the woods.

Morgan Nick -- What separates Morgan's case from so many of the other child abduction cases featured on UM is that the other children she was with were immediately able to give a description of the suspect, and of how the abduction occurred. That suggests to me something very bad did happen. I'm surprised the perp was not caught. The manner of the abduction suggests that he either had done it before or was ready to do it again.

Pamela Page -- Her husband already admitted part of her Dear John letter was BS, which isn't a good sign (see Cecilia Newball above). Scant else about the rest of his story checks out. I have to wonder whether he tried to file an insurance claim on the stolen cash from the video store, and if he did, whether that claim was successful. He would certainly have had enough chutzpah to try that stunt.

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Claudia Kirschhoch: Some years ago when I was last on here I was decrying the uselessness of the Jamaican police about another case. They seem to miss a whole lot of stuff that American police would be able to link...for example, the inconsistencies in Anthony Grant's stories. I'd love to know what happened to Grant after the situation died down.
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Katherine Korzilius -- Fell off back of van. What are the odds that an unknown, unseen, undetected child molester is just waiting in 100+ degree heat in a vacant lot in a high-end residential neighborhood for a kid to appear...then, when said kid does appear, to do nothing with the kid other than knock her on the head and run away? No. Her injuries were consistent with being hit by a vehicle...or falling from a vehicle.

I agree. Either she was hanging onto the truck and fell off or another car hit her and ran off.
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I'll do the ones The Third Man did just because I know all of these well enough to form a solid opinion.

Katherine Korzilius -- Fell off the van, sustained injuries.

Bryan Nisenfeld -- Suicide.

Cynthia Anderson -- Abducted at work. For what reason specifically, I don't know.

A.J. Breaux -- Drinking relapse, nervous breakdown and/or possible suicide. I think he was alive for a while, but probably isn't now.

Dottie Caylor -- Engineered her own disappearance.

Anthonette Cayedito -- Someone close to or in that family knows exactly what happened and is responsible for her abduction.

Leonard Dirickson -- This is the hardest one. The only plausible scenario I can imagine is Leonard being indebted to someone he might have borrowed from in a desperate attempt to stay afloat financially. I think that whole story about going to look at a stud horse was Leonard's way of not arousing Jared's suspicion. I don't feel like that Amarillo sighting is credible.
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Oliver Munson -- Dennis Watson.

Cecilia Newball & Rene Perez Jr. -- Husband.

Gordon Page Jr. -- Very likely ended up as a vagrant or street person. There's a chance he could still be alive, I think.

Morgan Nick -- Likely deceased.

Pamela Page -- Definitely husband.
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Shall I add more or keep going with the existing cases?
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I think that Leonard Dirickson might have been gay and took off with his lover. Am I crazy to believe that? I think it's a likely scenario!
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I think that Leonard Dirickson might have been gay and took off with his lover. Am I crazy to believe that? I think it's a likely scenario!

Then he's the most masculine gay farmer I've ever seen (;

I have never heard of that being a theory. A little far fetched to be honest. He shows up for breakfast with a guy who looked like a member of ZZ Top, then is seen at a bar (credible or not) and there haven't been any sightings of him since? In my opinion there is always a reason why there aren't sightings of a person after a while and you're not going to like the reason, its probably because they are no longer with us.

If your theory is correct then Leonard sure went about taking off and starting a new life in a strange way with eyewitnesses present
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Unsolved Mysteries launched on Spike TV on Monday, October 13, 2008.

Unsolved Mysteries explores unsolved cases in which you, the viewer, can help solve a case. The show includes cases from a variety of categories: Murder, Missing Persons, Wanted Fugitives, UFOs, Ghosts, Fraud, Legends, Science/Medicine, among others. The new Unsolved Mysteries programs will consist of re-creations of the events, along with interviews with the subjects, participants and authorities, documentary footage and news footage. Entirely new graphics, special effects, music and title sequences were created for the Spike broadcasts, along with new narration and host stand-ups by Dennis Farina. They will broadcast 175 episodes.

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