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Old 07-22-2004, 02:08 PM   #1
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January 24, 1984, Tim Molnar, 19, of Daytona Beach, Florida, a student drove away from home. His brother, Frank, 14, was the last person to see him. Days later, a relative passed away, leaving him an estate that has of more than $50,000.00. On November 8, 1996, Tim Molnar's remains were found in the woods in Neosho, Wisconsin.



Did they even conclude how he died and possibly any reason why he was found in Wisconsin?
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Old 07-22-2004, 02:32 PM   #2
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I just saw this case at 1:00pm today 7/22/04. It was kind of short. I wish that they gave more information. Today wasn't the first time I saw this case though. It is very odd how he ended up dead in Wisconsin, since he lived in Florida. Part of the mystery is solved. He was missing, and now he has been found. However, now the case has become an unexplained death. In my opinion he was murdered, but you never know. It could have been suicide.
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Old 07-26-2004, 04:41 PM   #3
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When i saw this episode when it aired recently, they said that when they found his car abandoned after he was missing, his parents found Tim's wallet in the car with his ID still in it. So they had a theory that he might have just basically left his identity to start a new one. So maybe thats how he ended up in WI, to leave everything behind. The last person to see him, his brother, said he was acting differently. Even though he was usually quiet it still seemed like something was wrong. But who knows the reasons why he left all of a sudden, and how he ended up dead. But at least they were able to find his body, like the above post said, at least part of the mystery was solved.
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I always have had interest in this case because his body was found about 30 miles from where I live in Wisconsin.

From what I have read on other boards he had a hard partying lifestyle. My theory is that the drugs messed with his brain. He then decided to become a drifter and travel the country. A lot of people think it was murder or he took his own life. I think it was an overdose.
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I have a really hard time buying into foul play being involved in his disappearance. I just can't see someone kidnapping him, hauling him to Wisconsin, then murdering him. I can't see any reason for it. I think he left of his own volition and then either met with foul play later or committed suicide or overdosed etc. What makes this case so mysterious and such a hard one to crack is the fact that no one knows what happened to him or how he got so far from home. Just seems really strange.
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I always have had interest in this case because his body was found about 30 miles from where I live in Wisconsin.

From what I have read on other boards he had a hard partying lifestyle. My theory is that the drugs messed with his brain. He then decided to become a drifter and travel the country. A lot of people think it was murder or he took his own life. I think it was an overdose.

Brewersfan1976, I am a Brewers fan, born in 1976, and live in Greenfield, WI! Are you actually me? I'm confused.
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It could be suicide, but why go all the way to Wisconsin just to kill yourself? Doesn't make sense. He may have died of exposure or got lost out in the wilderness or something. Being in unfamiliar territory is not a good thing in this instance, especially when your not used to the weather up here, and him being from Florida was used to a warm climate. Makes you wonder if he lived for a few years and then died, or if he died in the weeks/months preceding his disappearance from Florida. Strange case indeed.
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For some reason(probably the possibility of death via exposure) reminds me a bit of the Arnold Archambeau & Ruby Bruguier case, but I get the feeling that this case has a few more solid leads...

That said, this case gives me a bad feeling. I find the fact that he didn't take any of his clothing, his parents found his abandoned car stripped of its stereo, he had withdrawn most of his money(by choice or force?) and to me, appears that Tim tried to leave some breadcrumbs with SOME ID on his vehicle.

I feel terrible for his family because I get a hinky feeling this one involved foul play more than just a hard partier.
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I actually find this case to be one of the most mysterious UM has profiled. There is just NO information on why he was in Wisconsin, why he suddenly left home, etc.

This case = a total WTF.
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He was a hard partier? I had never read anything like that about him until this thread was bumped up.

Was the idea that he was a hard partier before or after he left Florida? I ask because the impression the segment gave of him was not that of a hard partier when he was living with his parents.
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He was a hard partier? I had never read anything like that about him until this thread was bumped up.

Was the idea that he was a hard partier before or after he left Florida? I ask because the impression the segment gave of him was not that of a hard partier when he was living with his parents.

Honestly, I was just alluding to what I read above in this thread and this other thread http://www.sitcomsonline.com/boards/...d.php?t=227339 , from there I just said more or less "regardless of his circumstance".... I totally hear you though, didn't pick up that he was a partier.
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