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Old 06-09-2010, 04:24 PM   #31
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Actually I work for Tennessee Department of Correction and the first time that he is eligible for Parole will be in October 2027. That will be to soon for me because he is guilty and yes Trevor is an Idiot!
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Everything I have seen says he is guilty. I was so glad to see the update on this case on lifetime. I remember watching this case when it first aired when I was just a kid. Scared the hell out of me then. Glad they got the guy. If they aren't giving him the death pennalty, they should pump in the sounds of 3 ATVs into his cell night and day 24/7. That should drive him completely insane. Not that he isn't already...
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Frank Casteel seems like typical backwoods trash, I work as a surveyor and have run into people with a similar mentality. They got the idea that owning rural property basically is the equivalent to running your own little country where you can do whatever you want to whoever you want. Not that simple Frankie.

I mean, if he didn't do it who did? Clearly whoever shot those three men was trying to hide the fact that the murders occured there at that spot, who else would do that besides the landowner?

Now I have heard that the gate where the murders took place was actually where two properties met, so I suppose its conceivable that the adjoining landowner might be a suspect as well and do the same, but I assume whoever that is they were questioned and possibly cleared. But he was known to threaten people with a shotgun, he had the exact same type used in the murders, he owned the land where the murders took place.......

Thats about as hard a circumstantial evidence as you will ever come across.

I remember when this case first aired and it talked about how the three fellows were shot to death at a gate where a bunch of no trespassing signs were nailed up. I remember thinking surely the landowner had to be a suspect, but Casteel's name was never mentioned on the segment. Makes it more mysterious I suppose. But it makes sense he was a suspect from the beginning.
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Yea, I mean I can understand a son being upset that his father is in prison but come on man, all the evidence points to your pops. Plus his "evidence" that he says proves his innocence is far fetched to say the least. He blathers on and on about it being a full moon and the temperature outside. Frank Casteel is 100% guilty. I also believe someone helped him clean up the murder site and dispose of the ATV's. Have any of you ever tried to lift an ATV? They aren't exactly light.
No they are very heavy, there is no doubt he had help, probably his closest friends whom lived nearby. Casteel probably told them that if anyone ever entered his property that he was going to get rid of them. I really can't believe that this guy is living and breathing in jail he surely should have been put to death, I really don't know of a more unspeakable crime featured on UM.
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No they are very heavy, there is no doubt he had help, probably his closest friends whom lived nearby. Casteel probably told them that if anyone ever entered his property that he was going to get rid of them. I really can't believe that this guy is living and breathing in jail he surely should have been put to death, I really don't know of a more unspeakable crime featured on UM.
I could think up a ton of more unspeakable crimes from UM, lol, but this is probably one of the most unnecessary crimes ever featured on UM. I mean all these guys were doing was vacationing with their families while on military leave. Frank Casteel is trash.

BTW, I would expect that Trever will soon find this board and start threatening us all with lawsuits. He did it on the site that shows videos that shall not be named.
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I could think up a ton of more unspeakable crimes from UM, lol, but this is probably one of the most unnecessary crimes ever featured on UM. I mean all these guys were doing was vacationing with their families while on military leave. Frank Casteel is trash.

BTW, I would expect that Trever will soon find this board and start threatening us all with lawsuits. He did it on the site that shows videos that shall not be named.
No one has mentioned it, but I am betting these were not the first murders Casteel ever committed. Or at least he has some kind of history of violence.

I mean its not like this was a crime of passion where someone snapped and went wild. As far as I've heard Casteel didn't even know these men that well if at all. This was merely a case of a man who thought he was above the law just because he owned rural property and had no qualms about murdering people who annoyed him. It seems unlikely such a person would commit their first murder at 40.

Thats not to say he is a serial killer, obviously he doesn't fit that mold. More like he is a man who has no qualms about murdering someone if by his own twisted logic he feels he has a right to. In that sense he isn't to different from mobsters who kill people who get in their way, or for some other greedy reason.

The man obviously has no conscience. So I'd honestly be surprised if this was the first crime he ever committed.
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No one has mentioned it, but I am betting these were not the first murders Casteel ever committed. Or at least he has some kind of history of violence.

I mean its not like this was a crime of passion where someone snapped and went wild. As far as I've heard Casteel didn't even know these men that well if at all. This was merely a case of a man who thought he was above the law just because he owned rural property and had no qualms about murdering people who annoyed him. It seems unlikely such a person would commit their first murder at 40.

Thats not to say he is a serial killer, obviously he doesn't fit that mold. More like he is a man who has no qualms about murdering someone if by his own twisted logic he feels he has a right to. In that sense he isn't to different from mobsters who kill people who get in their way, or for some other greedy reason.

The man obviously has no conscience. So I'd honestly be surprised if this was the first crime he ever committed.

I completely agree. I mean hell, the guy kept a book of people he warned/threatened with their names and dates. Anyone ever wondered why he did that? My guess has always been that he kept their names and dates as a warning and if they came again, he would take action against them. Maybe these three men who were killed had been there earlier that day or in the days of their vacation and once Casteel saw them again, he got pissed off and killed them. Plus there were three of these men. The accounts of other people threatened by Casteel were never in a bigger group. The most was two people. High and mighty Casteel probably went out there and these three guys probably said something back to him about it being a public place and then he got pissed any killed them.
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Does anyone know where I can find this episode? I'm not sure what season it was, I'm sure I saw it.
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Just do a search under "ATV Murders" on the forbidden site and you'll find it.
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Robin, thanks for replying...everyone keeps talking about the forbidden site. I feel stupid, I have no idea what that is. I don't want to get you in trouble for naming it, so I guess I'll continue you to google. Thanks again.
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Actually, I think I may have just found it! I'm still curious what the forbidden site is, everyone keeps mentioning it.
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Robin, I think I know now what the Forbidden site might be. Does the first initial start with an E? Still not sure why it is forbidden.
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Robin, I think I know now what the Forbidden site might be. Does the first initial start with an E? Still not sure why it is forbidden.
It rhymes with "Glue Boob"
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What Hambone said.

The only reason we don't actually type the site name here is because I believe it automatically gets blocked out.
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Hambone, that's hilarious. Thanks for clarifying. I found it on Glue Boob.
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