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Old 02-15-2010, 04:20 PM   #106
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Are there any other theories out there?
An absolute longshot but could Wendy's voice have been disguised when she called Leon her husband? In other words, was Wendy dead when she made this apparent call to Leon at 4:45pm? I know Leon would know his own wife's voice but could it be that they never left that house and went home? The fake call comes in and that bides them more time? It would have to be someone who can do a brilliant impersonation. Just a thought. I doubt it too.
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An absolute longshot but could Wendy's voice have been disguised when she called Leon her husband? In other words, was Wendy dead when she made this apparent call to Leon at 4:45pm? I know Leon would know his own wife's voice but could it be that they never left that house and went home? The fake call comes in and that bides them more time? It would have to be someone who can do a brilliant impersonation. Just a thought. I doubt it too.
I was also wondering if she made the phone call with a gun to her head. She was told to tell her husband everything was fine when it really wasn't.
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I was also wondering if she made the phone call with a gun to her head. She was told to tell her husband everything was fine when it really wasn't.
I doubt it. Wendy's sister has written on here before and she said not only did Wendy call her husband late that afternoon, but she also called her mother. I doubt they would have let her make two phone calls under duress. They may have been afraid that she would have blurted something out real quick.
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...They may have been afraid that she would have blurted something out real quick.
If Wendy had a gun to her head, I doubt she would risk her life by blurting something out.
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If Wendy had a gun to her head, I doubt she would risk her life by blurting something out.
If she had a gun to her head in the first place, she had to know that they were going to kill her eventually.
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If she had a gun to her head in the first place, she had to know that they were going to kill her eventually.
Well just a far off theory. Stranger things have happened. Maybe they threated to kill Leon if she spoke up in that scenario. But in all reality when Wendy made that call she probably felt safe and had no idea what was coming.

I am one who personally thinks Ida wasn't involved in the killings (I think she really did get out of the car when she did and just doesn't want to ask questions about it). She is Chad's grandmother so if he was 25-30 years old at that time then she would be 65-70 minimum. Something tells me an elderly woman would be no good in that situation. Too much could happen in a struggle with her, a heart attack, a stroke and let's not forget she dies first so maybe a death bed confession.

But how much was Wendy and Chad's son questioned? I know he wasn't very old, but how much insight could be provide on this case. Would he be able to recognize some hostile treatment towards his mom. Would he remember who got in the car with her? Would he remember who was babysitting him when they drove away. Put it this way, if Ida was watching him, that contradicts her story. I've always wondered how much that kid knew
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If she had a gun to her head in the first place, she had to know that they were going to kill her eventually.
Not necessarily.

Holding a gun to someone's head to make them do something- call someone, for example- has been done before. Wendy may have thought that if she cooperated they wouldn't kill her.

I don't know that this really happened here, as it doesn't seem to serve a purpose. But Chad doesn't look like he's the smartest potato chip in the bag.
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But how much was Wendy and Chad's son questioned? I know he wasn't very old, but how much insight could be provide on this case. Would he be able to recognize some hostile treatment towards his mom. Would he remember who got in the car with her? Would he remember who was babysitting him when they drove away. Put it this way, if Ida was watching him, that contradicts her story. I've always wondered how much that kid knew
According to Wendy's sister, Jonathan (Wendy's son) was wanting to be interviewed on the 15th anniversary of her disappearance when a local tv station was going to do a piece on Wendy's disappearance. However, when they came to interview him, Chad and his family told the reporters that Jonathan was "mentally retarded" and wouldn't be of any help. Wendy's sister claims that Jonathan is not retarded and that this was just another way to block anything from turning up.
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Well perhaps when Jonathan is 18 (shouldn't he be already) he can do what he wishes and get away from his toxic family.
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According to Wendy's sister, Jonathan (Wendy's son) was wanting to be interviewed on the 15th anniversary of her disappearance when a local tv station was going to do a piece on Wendy's disappearance. However, when they came to interview him, Chad and his family told the reporters that Jonathan was "mentally retarded" and wouldn't be of any help. Wendy's sister claims that Jonathan is not retarded and that this was just another way to block anything from turning up.
SHouldn't he be able to do that already? Its his choice. There was never any mention of him being mentally challenged or autistic or anything like that. Nothing. Man, the circumstantial evidence just keeps piling up in this case. I often wonder if Ida Prewitt is still alive or not. I know there was at least one daughter who thought her dad did it. The "Skull Duggery" case of a wife's skull showing up in a garden.
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SHouldn't he be able to do that already? Its his choice. There was never any mention of him being mentally challenged or autistic or anything like that. Nothing. Man, the circumstantial evidence just keeps piling up in this case.

Your right, but keep in mind that most likely, Jonathan has been fed lies by his dad's side of the family his entire life. He was probably told that his mother abandoned him or other crazy stories, therefore he grew up thinking this was true. He may not care about his mother's disappearance because of this.
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Your right, but keep in mind that most likely, Jonathan has been fed lies by his dad's side of the family his entire life. He was probably told that his mother abandoned him or other crazy stories, therefore he grew up thinking this was true. He may not care about his mother's disappearance because of this.
Yeah the kid may not be able to see the forest through the trees. But at the same time, it's hardly consensus that she just got up and abandoned him. I don't even think the Noe family would say that. I think it's almost unanimous that they were murdered. So that alone might get the kid curious. Someday I'm sure he'll want to know his roots
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Yeah the kid may not be able to see the forest through the trees. But at the same time, it's hardly consensus that she just got up and abandoned him. I don't even think the Noe family would say that. I think it's almost unanimous that they were murdered. So that alone might get the kid curious. Someday I'm sure he'll want to know his roots
Judging from comments by Wendy's sister, and this isnt meant mean, but Jonathan isnt the sharpest tack in the box. I doubt he really thinks about it much and if he does, he probably knows what happened but the only family he knows is that of his father and his father's family, which are the people that killed Wendy. He probably doesnt know what to do if he does indeed know what happened or suspect what happened.
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Not necessarily.

Holding a gun to someone's head to make them do something- call someone, for example- has been done before. Wendy may have thought that if she cooperated they wouldn't kill her.

I don't know that this really happened here, as it doesn't seem to serve a purpose. But Chad doesn't look like he's the smartest potato chip in the bag.
What I meant by my original comment was that if she had a gun to her head by Chad or his family (someone she knows and can identify easily to police), then she had to know something bad was about to happen. If someone you knows puts a gun to your head and is instructing you to do things, I highly doubt they are gonna make nice later and take you out to dinner. If in fact a gun was held on her, given the past history between Chad's family and Wendy, she had to know they were going to kill her.

Plus I personally believe they were letting Jonathan see his mother one last time before they killed her. Leon even says that when Chad called that day and offered to let her see her son, Wendy was shocked and so was Leon. That's why Leon had his sister go with her.
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Another thing is puzzling. How did they kill them? If we are to assume that they had co-operation with some unsavoury characters how would they get them out of the car without leaving evidence behind? Wouldn't Wendy get suspicious if she saw Beverly pulling off into a deserted area? There would likely be a struggle to get them out of the car. Blood left behind etc.

Also did they think of another possibility? I did not know Wendy, but the woman was young and on her third marriage. And Leon Camp hardly seems like a prize himself. Is there more to Wendy that we don't know? Was she a very difficult person to deal with? To communicate with? Why I ask this is because if Ida is telling the truth about a verbal brawl then is it possible that there was someone in that car who snapped and went too far physically? Therefore having to cover it up.
These are good points.

My first question would be, if this was orchestrated, and they did indeed kill Wendy, her daughter and her sister in law, why not kill Leon as well? Killing him would have put to rest alot of the questions about the disappearance. All three women were directly related to Leon. His wife, daughter and sister. Surely they had to think he would raise hell and accuse them to no end. However, if Chad's family does indeed have Mafia ties and the police in their pocket, they probably wouldn't worry about it.

As to your second point about maybe something happened in the car. I don't think anything happened in the car because there were 5 people in the car and the car wasn't very big either. It would be pretty hard to inadvertently kill Wendy, then kill both her daughter and sister in law while maintaining control of the car and not leaving any evidence behind.

Wendy did confirm in her last phone call to Leon that they were about be heading home, which is to suggest that she had already seen her son Jonathan. One of the first time I saw this segment, I thought that maybe they lured Wendy with the thought of her seeing Jonathan, then driving her out to some remote place and killed her. However, Wendy's phone call suggests that she did indeed see her son. That is, if you believe the phone calls were legit and not forced or staged. I think one possibility is that the three women were drugged. Maybe they stopped through McDonald's to get a drink and Chad's family putting sleeping pills or something in their drinks to knock them out. This would explain no evidence being found in the car. They could have driven them out to the middle of nowhere and killed them while they were incapacitated and then buried them. That's just my two cents.

Also, does anyone remember exactly what Chad Noe said during his "drunken stupor" about killing Wendy? Did he give details or just say that he killed them?
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