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Old 09-29-2005, 01:00 PM   #31
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As I recall, they never found the mail.
I recall that she handed the mail to her mom and then asked if she could walk back to the house.
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Old 10-02-2005, 09:56 PM   #32
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I found an old blog entry someone posted (it was a google cache so I can't link to it, sorry!!)

And it stated that her mom left her at the mailboxes with the key.

They apparently wrote the entry soon after viewing the episode, so I'm inclined to trust this account.

((It was under the title "This is really touching..." at elyouth.com. I don't know if you'll be able to find it if you sign up and whatnot, as I didn't feel like going through the trouble.))
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its kinda creepy I live in Austin
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Old 01-25-2006, 04:34 AM   #34
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I watch this show quite often but haven't seen the case and didn't know about the song til I imdb'd john bon jovi. I didn't read all the link so this question might already be answered. Does anyone know if they checked to see if this was maybe a kidnapping gone wrong? Someone thinking they could maybe cash in on bon jovi's money thru his manager's girl? The "someone took her in the car theory and she got away and got hurt" DOES have merit. (I'm a criminolist in boston btw) so am interested in old "cold" cases.
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Old 01-25-2006, 10:15 PM   #35
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I agree with everyone. That story absolutely haunts me. Does the Unsolved Mystery's website ever update? I keep going to it to try and find updates on episodes I've seen and there's never anything new. I love the show but find myself searching the internet to see if I can find out anything most everyday. Today I discovered this site and I'm really excited. I have enjoyed reading the different thoughts and ideas from everyone.
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Old 01-26-2006, 06:48 PM   #36
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I always thought that it could have been a youthfull offender. There was a case profiled on another show about a girl whose mom was at work so the moms boyfriend made sure she was wearing her personal alarm when she left to walk to a friends house. She was grabbed from in front of the house she was killed in and I beleive part of the alarm was even found on the sidewalk in front of that house. Sorry I don't remember which one or more details than I do. My point is that if it wasn't well planned or was spur of the moment on the killers part she could very well have been left in front of or very near the guilty persons house. Maybe they were afraid of a house to house search and didn't have time to do anything else with the body. I also wonder why the brother was crying already. It is possible that he is just very sensitive. Does anyone remember how old he was? I find myself hopeing that it was just a horrible accident because that would mean there wasn't another child predator out there.
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I really doubt that the brother had anything to do with his sister's death. I don't remember how old he was but I think he was slightly older than his sister.

Personally I think the theory of Katherine grabbing onto the Suburban deserved further investigation. I think her mother may have let her out of the car and then Katherine decided on the spur of the moment to jump onto the bumper of the Suburban and ride along while her mother drove the short distance home. It would be useful to know if the mother had locked the doors after she let out Katherine. Also, some GM vehicles have a device where as soon as the car shifts into Drive, the doors automatically lock. If the rear door was locked, I think Katherine could have tried to stand on the bumper while holding the rear door handle or the protruding hinges that Suburbans have on the rear. She then could have fallen and her mother would not have noticed (not her fault though) due to the fact that a Suburban is a very large vehicle and the fact that her rear windows were darkly tinted. This would make sense especially considering that Katherine's injuries were consistent with falling out of a moving vehicle.

The reason I am bringing this up is because as a child I remember doing things like this.

Also, does anyone remember if the subdivision was a gated community?
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I didn't mean to imply that I thought her brother had anything to do with it, because I never did think that. I just thought that maybe he had a reason to be afraid, like maybe he knew of someone who had been bothering her. Maybe she did hold onto the back of the car and had learned it from him. I wondered if he thought he would get into trouble for not finding her or if he really was just that sensitive. Maybe he found her like that and didn't know what to do and was afraid that he would get in trouble for not knowing what to do. I only thought that last one because of the girl that saw her sister get taken after answering the front door and didn't say anything about it for a long time because she thought she would get into trouble. I never thought the brother had anything to do with what happened to his sister.

If the door automatically locked wouldn't they have mentioned it? I don't remember if there were gates or not but I don't think it looked like there were in the re-enactment.
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I don't think the doors had automatic locks on them. When the Korzilius family hired a private investigator to look into Katherine's death, the investigtor made a point of saying that if Katherine had grabbed onto the handle of the back door, the door would have opened. If the car had automatic locks, this wouldn't be plausible.

I don't think that the Korzilius family lived in a gated community, either. But I do agree with everyone on the thread... this is SUCH a sad case. I hope we'll get answers eventually.
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When these older threads are bumped, sometimes I read my old posts and disagree with myself.
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I think it may be possible that Katherine could have held onto the area above the rear door that the investigator showed us. The black paint there is dull and I think it would have been cool enough to touch, but for Katherine it would have been a stretch. Since the car had been used for errands, it wouldn't have been as hot as if it had sat out all day unmoved.

I agree with Toadley, I didn't think you were implying that, but I think that maybe he was overly sensitive. It would be good to know if he was overly sensitive.
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This was just on last week.

I really have to question the parents here. I know they live in an upscale neighborhood where bad things never happen, but the fact of the matter is that these type of things can happen anywhere.

And I see about letting your 6 year old become independent, but there's many safer ways of doing that then letting her off at a mailbox and letting her walk home by herself. I don't care if it's "only" one eigth of a mile from the mailbox to her house. It's still dangerous - absent-minded even - to let a six year old girl walk around the neighborhood unattended to in this generation. Doing things like that, you probably should expect something bad to happen.

These people thought they were safer than they were, and it cost them. Nobody is ever really safe in this sad world we live in these days. And the most dangerous thing is thinking you are.
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This was just on last week.

I really have to question the parents here. I know they live in an upscale neighborhood where bad things never happen, but the fact of the matter is that these type of things can happen anywhere.

And I see about letting your 6 year old become independent, but there's many safer ways of doing that then letting her off at a mailbox and letting her walk home by herself. I don't care if it's "only" one eigth of a mile from the mailbox to her house. It's still dangerous - absent-minded even - to let a six year old girl walk around the neighborhood unattended to in this generation. Doing things like that, you probably should expect something bad to happen.

These people thought they were safer than they were, and it cost them. Nobody is ever really safe in this sad world we live in these days. And the most dangerous thing is thinking you are.
Agree with ya. You cannot let children do things like this anymore. It is way to risky & it has gotten even worse since this incident occured.

I dont believe this was a accident & the girl was hanging on the back of the vehicle. The way she was described when found was it looked like someone had placed her there. If that's the case, I dont see how she could have been hanging on the back, fallen & ended up like she did.
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I have always believed that someone in the neighborhood accidentally hit her with their car which is why she was found still in the neighborhood and hair all smoothed aout (the person was probably a parent themselves) and felt terrible buut is scared to come forward. Now that the case has been on UM and so well covered, I doubt that person will ever come forward. If she had been abducted she would most likely have been found in the woods and from what I understand, no evidence of sexual abuse, etc. was found. I agree about the moving list. If they ran a check on everyone who moved out soon afterwards they might find a link.
I am so confused by this case.. I am not sure what happened to this poor child.. I think that it may have been an accident.. and the person is too scared to come forward and say so as they feel like they may be charged with murder
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When the mom and son arrived at the house, they said he went back outside to look for his sister. I remember his mom saying he was only gone a short time (maybe 5 min), but I wonder how far he walked down the street to look for Katherine. From the time he arrived back at the house to tell his mom he didn't see anything to Katherine's mom going back out to look herself, seems like it would only be a few minuets. It's seems like in that little amount of time, someone would have seen a car or person walking down the street.

But the way her mom described Katherine when she found her was strange. Her arms at her sides, seems to discount her jumping from the car, to me anyways. I hope one day the family will find the answer to this case...
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