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Old 04-13-2006, 01:52 PM   #1
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Default The Valley Killer: Has he struck again?

Following discussions in a recent thread about the Valley Killer, I did some digging and came across a recent article about the disappearances of Brianna Maitland and Maura Murray. Both women went missing in 2004. The disappearances occurred in Vermont and New Hampshire, respectively.

While the article primarily focused on those two cases, there is a mention of the Valley Killer. The cops argue that the Maitland and Murray cases are not connected to each other, and that there's no evidence to support the claim that a serial killer was involved. But a lot of people understandably disagree. In fact, the article notes that the Valley Killer's victims "physcially resemble Maitland and Murray."

The Valley Killer, as you may know, was given that nickname because he killed women in or near the vicinity of the Connecticut River Valley, which is the border between New Hampshire and Vermont. He last struck in 1988, with his failed attack on Jane Boroski. The fact that Jane survived may suggest that the killer had then gone into hiding.

However, given the 2004 cases of Brianna Maitland and Maura Murray, could the Valley Killer have struck again? You be the judge; the article is at the link below.

http://worldnetdaily.com/news/articl...TICLE_ID=49328
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Was Jane Boroski the pregnant woman who stopped at a rest stop at night to buy a soda from a vending machine?
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Was Jane Boroski the pregnant woman who stopped at a rest stop at night to buy a soda from a vending machine?

Yes, she was. Fortunately, her unborn infant was intact. When the baby girl was eventually born, it turned out to be healthy.
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i VOTE FOR THE GUY WHO SAYS HE SAW MAURA MURRAY AND SPOKE TO HER IS MOST LIKELY THE ONE WHO KNOWS A LOT MORE THAN HE IS SAYING, FIRST OF ALL, A FORMER COP WHO IS NOW A BUSDRIVER? hmmm AND SECONDLY, HER SCENT WAS TRACED TO HIS DRIVEWAY. SOUNDS VERY FISHY TO ME
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Yes, she was. Fortunately, her unborn infant was intact. When the baby girl was eventually born, it turned out to be healthy.
No she does have a permanent disability as a direct result of the attack on her mother. This being said, she has worked very, very hard to overcome her disability and will be graduating this year. I met her last year. When she smiles, she glows and lights up the room. She is a walking miracle. Jane's son is adorable and sweet as can be too. They are a wonderful deserving family! They deserve our kindness and support.
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