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Old 11-15-2008, 06:05 AM   #1
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Default Ann Mitchum Sigmin

I don't see a thread on this woman, who killed her husband, Charlie Sigmin, with the assistance of Garey Goff.

Garey served 13 years, 5 months.

Ann Sigmin, who has also used the aliases Andy Hays and Andy Partlowe, is still on the run. The charge of 1st degree murder has no statute of limitations.

They lived in Blytheville, AR, although the UM segment mentions Caruthersville, MO, which is half an hour away.

Another site mentions her name is Ann Mitchum Sigmin:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/ridg...NUABJESVPT8K6S

So which family member is helping her hide out?

This case aired yesterday on Unsolved Mysteries on SPIKE.
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I don't see a thread on this woman, who killed her husband, Charlie Sigmin, with the assistance of Garey Goff.

Garey served 13 years, 5 months.

Ann Sigmin, who has also used the aliases Andy Hays and Andy Partlowe, is still on the run. The charge of 1st degree murder has no statute of limitations.

They lived in Blytheville, AR, although the UM segment mentions Caruthersville, MO, which is half an hour away.

Another site mentions her name is Ann Mitchum Sigmin:
http://www.topix.com/forum/city/ridg...NUABJESVPT8K6S

So which family member is helping her hide out?

This case aired yesterday on Unsolved Mysteries on SPIKE.
Someone has got to be helping her. There's no way she's not caught by now being on her own unless she's gone to her maker Down Below. Hopefully, it's not another husband.
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Old 11-15-2008, 06:54 PM   #3
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I remember there being a post on a board somewhere that said she had been living in Arkansas but that no one had contact with her.
Does this sound familiar to anyone?
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Old 11-15-2008, 08:31 PM   #4
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That is in the link I gave joshy..that's about the only other information I can find about Ann Mitchum Sigman. Searched her name, too. The problem is, if there was any coverage, it was in a few newspapers that have not progressed to the internet era and still have a website from 1996. The only way to possibly see would be at a library on microfilm in the Blytheville, AR or Caruthersville, MO areas.
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I think her last name is spelled Sigmund. That may be why you can't find anything.
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That is in the link I gave joshy..that's about the only other information I can find about Ann Mitchum Sigman. Searched her name, too. The problem is, if there was any coverage, it was in a few newspapers that have not progressed to the internet era and still have a website from 1996. The only way to possibly see would be at a library on microfilm in the Blytheville, AR or Caruthersville, MO areas.

Wow I don't know how I read your post and missed that link. I guess that's what happens when you sit down to watch football and drink a few beers. Yes that's the same board I had found it on a while back. Thanks.
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I think her last name is spelled Sigmund. That may be why you can't find anything.
The spelling I am using came from the Unsolved Mysteries segment, in addition to many guides from the show about the cases featured on it. Also, no one in the link given (people that knew her) complained about the spelling.



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"Ann Sigmin"
http://www.unsolved.com/wanted.html

Host Robert Stack details unsolved crimes including the case of an Iowa credit union .... Sigmin's ex-wife, Anne, claims the shooting was in self defense. ...
http://www.tv.com/unsolved-mysteries...ml&printable=1

November 30, 1988
Segments detail a U.S. airman’s claim of a frightening encounter with a UFO on Cape Cod in the 1960’s called “Missing Time”, and include a discussion of genetic experimentation said to involve non-Earthlings. Also: the search for suspects in the murder of Arkansas telephone worker Charlie Sigmin where his satan worshipping wife Anne is thought to be a suspect; teenager Jeremy Bright went missing from a county fair and foul play is suspected.


(I've also searched "Anne Sigmin")

August 8, 1990
Included: an update on a 1988 story about the murder of Arkansas man Charlie Sigmin; and repeat segments, also from 1988, on a UFO encounter and a missing teenager.
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In addition:
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Ann Sigmin
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Blytheville newspaper: http://www.couriernews.net/
Caruthersville, MO newspaper: http://www.democratargus.com/
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What I meant was some of the mentions on this forum have it as Sigmund. I thought you were talking about this forum.

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ok I get the picture.

What I meant was some of the mentions on this forum have it as Sigmund. I thought you were talking about this forum.
No problem...I'm just surprised there aren't more threads on some of these UM cases.
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I wanted to bump this because I just watched the original broadcast of this from 1988 and one of the police officers interviewed (the heavy set officer with the mustache) mentioned that he personally didn't believe that Charlie Sigmin was murdered.

He mentioned there was evidence that he saw at the scene of the crime that indicated that Goff and Anne Sigmin killed Charlie Sigmin in self defense. He mentioned there was significant damage done to the house indicating a struggle, the angle of the bullet wounds to Charlie's body as well as evidence that Goff had bruises all over his body. He said the biggest mistake Goff and Anne Sigmin made was leaving town because it made them look guilty. He did however also made a statement that showed some degree of bias in that he mentioned that in his opinion Goff was "not capable of first degree murder" which leads me to wonder if this officer was a friend of Goff's from his days as a police officer?

Stack also mentioned that a warrant has never been formally issued for Anne Sigmin and Gary Goff's arrest and mentioned that both might be compleately unaware that they are wanted. He also reached out to both of them personally in case they were watching UM encouraging them to turn themselves in.

Given the eventual update to the case aired on "Lifetime" a lot of this information is irrelevant but I found it interesting that the guilt Anne Sigmin and Gary Goff wasn't as nearly as cut and dry at the time as the rebroadcasts of the segment make us think it was.
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She was not represented properly in the unsolved mystery episode. She did not worship the devil and they left out the fact that Charlie beat the hell out of her often. That's what he was attempting to do the day Garey shot him.

We have only heard from aunt Ann once since she left and it was within a short time after leaving. Garey did all the calling after that and her voice was never heard. We feel he killed her so she couldn't testify against him. We have also been told that was the second man he has killed and he used to be some type of lawman himself.

They need to start checking for a match with all of these Jane Does.
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The whole Devil Worship angle was one of the biggest "WTFs" in any Unsolved Mysteries segment.

Strangely enough, devil worship came up a few times in UM, but there was usually some context to it. One was the grandmother that took her grandchild and exposed him to devil worship, but blamed it on the parents. Also the arsonist tape comes to mind where a clearly disturbed teenager turned out to be behind the arson and was into Devil Worship.

But here, it just comes right out of left field. Its just like "Oh and by the way, she worshiped the devil". I tend to believe that she acted in self defense, but that's just my take. The Devil Worship bit feels like something the family of the victim made up to make her look bad.
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The whole Devil Worship angle was one of the biggest "WTFs" in any Unsolved Mysteries segment.

Strangely enough, devil worship came up a few times in UM, but there was usually some context to it. One was the grandmother that took her grandchild and exposed him to devil worship, but blamed it on the parents. Also the arsonist tape comes to mind where a clearly disturbed teenager turned out to be behind the arson and was into Devil Worship.

But here, it just comes right out of left field. Its just like "Oh and by the way, she worshiped the devil". I tend to believe that she acted in self defense, but that's just my take. The Devil Worship bit feels like something the family of the victim made up to make her look bad.
I tend to think the devil worship elements were included to make the story more sensational. Also, America was still in the throes of Satanic Panic. Satanists were blamed for a lot of unsolved crimes and were basically the "boogeyman" of the eighties and early nineties.

Some other UM stories involving Satanism -

Kurt McFall - allegedly murdered by a strange cult.

The Son of Sam - the murders were allegedly orchestrated by a Satanic cult.

Shane Stewart and Sally McNally - allegedly murdered by a cult.

Eric and Pam Ellender - allegedly murdered by teenage Satanists.
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I tend to think the devil worship elements were included to make the story more sensational. Also, America was still in the throes of Satanic Panic. Satanists were blamed for a lot of unsolved crimes and were basically the "boogeyman" of the eighties and early nineties.

Some other UM stories involving Satanism -

Kurt McFall - allegedly murdered by a strange cult.

The Son of Sam - the murders were allegedly orchestrated by a Satanic cult.

Shane Stewart and Sally McNally - allegedly murdered by a cult.

Eric and Pam Ellender - allegedly murdered by teenage Satanists.
I always thought there was a great deal of validity to occult activity in both the "Son Of Sam" and Kurt McFall cases. Now whether or not the SOS murders were organized as an act of Satanism, I doubt we'll ever know that but I'm positive that David Berkowitz and his associates dabbled in Satanism.

As for McFall, while I'm not convinced that the Pagan group profiled on UM were responsible for Kurt's demise, I do believe that Kurt through his curiosity may have gotten involved with certain people who were later responsible for his death.
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