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Old 08-11-2008, 01:53 PM   #16
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I know this has been posted before, but it deserves to be mentioned again:

Jeremy Rolfs, the guy who was going to sell a computer to a "Tom Johnson". This "Tom" later killed Jeremy's girlfriend, Heather Uffelman and stole the computer. Anyway, Jeremy was later killed in an automobile accident in South Africa in 1997, he was only 27.

http://www.truecrimeweblog.com/searc...her%20Uffelman
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Ethel Kidd's son-in-law, Thomas Kidd, interviewed in the segment passed away in 1994 at the age of 51.
Ethel Kidd's murderer was identified in 1996, which means that Thomas didn't long enough to see her murder solved.


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Lastly a Judy Gilbert from Ohio passed away in 1995 at age 47. This is the same name as Perman Gilbert's wife but we're unsure if it is her or not.
Well, Gilbert is a common surname. Therefore, it is indeed uncertain whether this deceased Judy Gilbert was Perman's wife or if the name was just a coincidence.

In case it hasn't already been mentioned, there is another UM interviewee who has passed away. Although I cannot remember the woman's name, she was interviewed on the show during the 1996-97 season. It was a lost loves segment, and the woman in question was looking for blood relatives. This search was an extremely important one because the woman was ill (although I can't recall specifically what the ailment was).

Sadly, when the segment was rerun on Lifetime, it ended with a text saying that she had died in 1998. It was terrible enough that her life ended too soon, but the worst thing about it was that she died without having any resolution to her search.
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In case it hasn't already been mentioned, there is another UM interviewee who has passed away. Although I cannot remember the woman's name, she was interviewed on the show during the 1996-97 season. It was a lost loves segment, and the woman in question was looking for blood relatives. This search was an extremely important one because the woman was ill (although I can't recall specifically what the ailment was).

Sadly, when the segment was rerun on Lifetime, it ended with a text saying that she had died in 1998. It was terrible enough that her life ended too soon, but the worst thing about it was that she died without having any resolution to her search.
Thanks for the update. I had wondered what happened with that case. The woman interviewed was named Diane Hahnlein and she was searching for her long lost sister Marilyn. She wanted to find her to reconnect with her again but was also hoping she would be a match for a much needed bone marrow transplant.
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Susan Billig, mother of still missing Amy Billig died in 2005.
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Thanks for the update. I had wondered what happened with that case. The woman interviewed was named Diane Hahnlein and she was searching for her long lost sister Marilyn. She wanted to find her to reconnect with her again but was also hoping she would be a match for a much needed bone marrow transplant.
You're welcome. It had actually crossed my mind that it was for a bone marrow transplant, but I had to get additional information before I could say for sure. Thank you for the details.
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I thought you guys might find this interesting. Another poster with excellent research skills shared with me some of the people interviewed on UM that they found out have since passed away. Here's the list so far:

Russell Johnson, the elderly man who along with his wife helped out a mysterious stranger and then started receiving checks every Christmas passed away in 2001 in 1982.

Jon Purvis' mom, Emma Jo Bartlett, passed away in August of 2006 at age 89.

Ethel Kidd's son-in-law, Thomas Kidd, interviewed in the segment passed away in 1994 at the age of 51.

Chester Brodbeck, husband of Diane Brodbeck who disappeared with John Yount and was later apprehended, passed away in 1995 at age 54.

Lastly a Judy Gilbert from Ohio passed away in 1995 at age 47. This is the same name as Perman Gilbert's wife but we're unsure if it is her or not.

A morbid curisoity, but does anyone know what these people died of?
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A morbid curisoity, but does anyone know what these people died of?
No I don't. I'm guessing the first two were probably of old age. I was curious what Chester Brodbeck died from at a pretty early age.
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Well, a majority of deaths in this country are from heart attacks or cancer so I would guess it was one of those. However it could have been just about anything but at that age, I would guess it was probably a heart attack or cancer. I checked some more, Ed Baker's attorney Ward Busey passed away in 2000 at age 51. Richard Mason, one of the three men murdered by Frank Casteel, Mason's wife Martha Mason passed away in July of 1997 at age 59. Lawrence Lawler, the FBI agent who arrested Kevin Poulsen in Los Angeles passed away in 1997 at age 57.
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Here's another UM interviewee who is now deceased: Robert Houghton. He died in 1998, at the age of 84.

As a detective for the Los Angeles Police Department, Robert Houghton was involved in the investigations of Robert Kennedy's assassination and the Manson murders. He was interviewed in the 1990 segment about the assassination of Robert Kennedy, which focused on whether or not Sirhan Sirhan acted alone in the crime.
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Billy Ray Hargrove's dad, Harvey Hargrove, passed away in December of 2007 at age 72.

Mike Carmichael's uncle, Oscar Carmichael passed away in October of 1998 at the age of 62.

Psychic Dorothy Allison passed away in December of 1999 at the age of 74.

Frank Gavrich who was interviewed in the Liz Carmichael segment as the man who said he would go right back with Liz if the came back and wanted to resume working on the DALE, passed away in July of 1989 at the age of 65.

Robert Youngdahl, the Deputy District Attorney for Los Angeles County, interviewed in the same segment, passed away in August of 2007 at the age of 73.

Ellen Jacobson, who was interviewed in the Dorothy Allison segment because her daughter disappeared in Staten Island, New York in 1976. Mrs. Jacobson passed away in October of 2006 at the age of 66.

Calvin Green, who was the Warden of the prison where John Mooney escaped from in 1980, passed away in January of 1999 at the age of 79.
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I read somewhere that Tammy Leppert's mother passed away some time ago; I can't remember the source of the info though.
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Billy Ray Hargrove's dad, Harvey Hargrove, passed away in December of 2007 at age 72.

Mike Carmichael's uncle, Oscar Carmichael passed away in October of 1998 at the age of 62.

Psychic Dorothy Allison passed away in December of 1999 at the age of 74.

Frank Gavrich who was interviewed in the Liz Carmichael segment as the man who said he would go right back with Liz if the came back and wanted to resume working on the DALE, passed away in July of 1989 at the age of 65.

Robert Youngdahl, the Deputy District Attorney for Los Angeles County, interviewed in the same segment, passed away in August of 2007 at the age of 73.

Ellen Jacobson, who was interviewed in the Dorothy Allison segment because her daughter disappeared in Staten Island, New York in 1976. Mrs. Jacobson passed away in October of 2006 at the age of 66.

Calvin Green, who was the Warden of the prison where John Mooney escaped from in 1980, passed away in January of 1999 at the age of 79.
Kadrmas, I don't know how you found some of this out, but thanks for the update.
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Didn't the old man who said "I just want to know I belong to someone" die, too? I can't remember his name, but I know he was featured on a "Lost Loves" segment, and a member on these boards had a picture of him some time ago.
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Didn't the old man who said "I just want to know I belong to someone" die, too? I can't remember his name, but I know he was featured on a "Lost Loves" segment, and a member on these boards had a picture of him some time ago.
Yes that was Victor Simon. A very touching lost loves segment.
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