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Old 04-13-2012, 11:25 PM   #1
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Default Update on the Connecticut serial killer!!

Do you all remember the episode where the pregnant woman in Connecticut stopped to get a soda and was attacked by the serial killer. He was driving the wagoneer. Well today I was watching Dark Minds on ID and they interviewed the woman. She stated that he pulled her out of the vehicle to attack her then he stopped and walked off (must have saw that she was pregnant). She stated that she called him a name and pissed him off and that he came back and started stabbing her. The show was contacted by a guy who believed that his deceased father was the killer and even stated that his mother said that he was the killer. He brought a picture of his father and the woman identified him as her attacker. The son is now trying to see if there is any dna evidence and that he was willing to provide his dna.

Very interesting. Maybe they could run the guys vehicle history and see if he ever owned a wagoneer. The victim looked pretty positive that was the guy and she stated that she has always regretted calling the guy the name that she called him.
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Yes I remember that creeper pouncing on that pregnant woman. Wow ID has been having lots of UM connections lately.
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Wurider, I think you meant "Connecticut River Valley Killer"? All of his attributed victims were in either Vermont or New Hampshire.

I recorded and watched the same Dark Minds program. There were a few interesting nuggets not mentioned on UM:

Eva Morse's daughter had a bad feeling and begged her mother not to go out the night she was killed. Morse went anyways.

Lynda Moore, 36, was another victim, killed on 4/15/86 in Saxtons River Vermont. Not sure why her pic and info wasn't included on UM, unless they hadn't linked him to this crime yet.

I found those fascinating because, although UM did interview Jane Boroski, all of the other victims were quickly glossed over, with Moore not even being profiled at all. All we got were quicky, 3-second profiles of the other victims. We didn't even hear about how they died.
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Wurider, I think you meant "Connecticut River Valley Killer"? All of his attributed victims were in either Vermont or New Hampshire.

I recorded and watched the same Dark Minds program. There were a few interesting nuggets not mentioned on UM:

Eva Morse's daughter had a bad feeling and begged her mother not to go out the night she was killed. Morse went anyways.

Lynda Moore, 36, was another victim, killed on 4/15/86 in Saxtons River Vermont. Not sure why her pic and info wasn't included on UM, unless they hadn't linked him to this crime yet.

I found those fascinating because, although UM did interview Jane Boroski, all of the other victims were quickly glossed over, with Moore not even being profiled at all. All we got were quicky, 3-second profiles of the other victims. We didn't even hear about how they died.

Having read the book about the Connecticut River Valley killer, I can say that Lynda Moore was considered one of his victims at the time of her death. Why she wasn't featured with the rest of the victims in the UM segment is beyond me. She was stabbed over 20 times like the others, the only difference being she was killed in her own home while the others were kidnapped from their own cars or hitchhiking.

Lynda Moore's death also added to an interesting timeline since her murder and the discoveries of both Bernice Courtemanche and Eva Morse's bodies all happened in the span of 10 days.

Eva Morse, by the way, vanished during the middle of the day, not at night. But you're right, her daughter still had a bad feeling.

Unsolved Mysteries did mention how the other victims had died since Stack said all the women suffered similar stab wounds. But you didn't really get the impression that they were all tied to the same killer until the E Special debuted in 2008.

As for the Dark Minds episode, I didn't know what to take from it. Jane had already seemed convinced that Michael Nicholaou was her attacker. She even had that emotional meeting with Nicholauo's son on Dr. Phil.
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