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Old 06-19-2018, 06:08 AM   #61
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I also found it interesting that they played up the angle that Cheryl was an unwilling pawn in the murders, and was possibly murdered by Eddie Wooten.
I think that angle was being played more by her sister-who was trying to paint her partner as the bad guy who corrupted her sweet innocent sister, when in reality he was just the patsy that pulled the trigger for her.

As for the bearded guy was there any video evidence from the sighting of him? If not it is most likely the witnesses were both mistaken-we all now know how infallible eyewitness testimony is-especially later on down the road.

That she doesn't appear to have told exactly what the deal was is worrying-was it really a heavy debt or just plain greed that she knew they had that money & wanted it? If the former & she has behaved in jail I would say that nearly 30 years is enough of a sentence, if the latter then she will be back on the street before turning 60, which is a worrying thought.
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I never noticed how much older than 27 she looked until someone commented a few pages back - whether or not she orchestrated the murder for a drug debt, there was definitely some hard living involved there.
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I never noticed how much older than 27 she looked until someone commented a few pages back - whether or not she orchestrated the murder for a drug debt, there was definitely some hard living involved there.
This is sort of an Unsolved Mysteries tradition, featuring people who look much older than they really are.

Mary Ann Perez was only 36 when she disappeared and you wouldn't know it from the one picture they showed of her. The same went for Charles Morgan who was 39 when he was killed.

And Gail Delano, who from the story you would swear she was a woman in her 50's who was paranoid of dying alone, was actually only 34 when she died.
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It was the old lady glasses and hairstyle. I wonder why some women of that era styled themselves that way?

Notice that in her booking photo after she was arrested in Texas, Cheryl is without her glasses and she looked 10 years younger than in any of the photos shown of her in the original segment.

As for the men, beards generally make you look older. Look at Jerry Strickland, he was only 25 when they showed his segment.
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The same went for Charles Morgan who was 39 when he was killed.
So my jaw just dropped.
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So my jaw just dropped.
Gail Delano being 34 got me. 34?!?
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Looks like Eddie Wooten's parole was denied because his current status is still listed as incarcerated. He has a parole hearing scheduled for April of next year. Cheryl has a parole hearing scheduled for November of 2021. I finally managed to luck into finding where Joe and Mattie Harvey's garage/gas station was. You can find it here.
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Wow! Good find. Where is the house next door that they lived in?
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Wow! Good find. Where is the house next door that they lived in?
Very likely that it was a total loss, considering what happened there
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Of course the question I have re Ms. Holland's involvement is the fact that Eddie Wooten quickly sang like a canary and did his best to make it seem as though she was the mastermind while he was a dumb dupe who acted like she was his mommy would would send him to bed without supper if he didn't shoot the elderly couple after robbing them. If she was the one who was coerced, then why did she FLEE (and leave her tiny children behind) instead of going to cops with HER version of the story (so at least she'd have more chance of keeping her kids) . We'll likely never know the whole truth but I think somehow each of them were more willing to carry out the murders, arson and disposal than they admitted.
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Wow! Good find. Where is the house next door that they lived in?
It's actually the first house up the hill to the left. It was the same setup in the UM segment.
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Of course the question I have re Ms. Holland's involvement is the fact that Eddie Wooten quickly sang like a canary and did his best to make it seem as though she was the mastermind while he was a dumb dupe who acted like she was his mommy would would send him to bed without supper if he didn't shoot the elderly couple after robbing them. If she was the one who was coerced, then why did she FLEE (and leave her tiny children behind) instead of going to cops with HER version of the story (so at least she'd have more chance of keeping her kids) . We'll likely never know the whole truth but I think somehow each of them were more willing to carry out the murders, arson and disposal than they admitted.
Wooten's confession claimed that Cheryl was the "mastermind", but also was what led to the discovery of the Harvey's bodies. But he also confessed to being the one to get the gun, and shooting Joe. He says that Cheryl shot Teat. They then got rid of the bodies before Cheryl returned to the house later and torched it. Her bloody print was found on the gas can, not Wooten's. So that lends credence to Wooten's confession. Plus, Wooten stuck around the area while Cheryl was the one who fled, which IMO, bolsters the fact that she was the mastermind behind everything.
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It's actually the first house up the hill to the left. It was the same setup in the UM segment.
I could have sworn it was a trailer just a few feet from the store? I also remember it was burned very badly? Did I misremember?
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I could have sworn it was a trailer just a few feet from the store? I also remember it was burned very badly? Did I misremember?
The interior was burned, but not the house completely. By the time UM was their to film their re-enactment, it looks like the house had been restored.
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I still scratch my head over this one: why not ask first before proceeding with the killing even if the odds are overwhelmingly against her? What did she have to lose? They had a gun and planned to kill anyway so it's not like they were going to pull out a weapon from under the couch cushion.

If I were a psychopath I would imagine I would try to avoid getting my hands dirty first. If they resisted, it's no big deal since I could easily overpower them.
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