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Old 06-23-2011, 05:45 PM   #76
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Wow, this is a great thread. I've tried all day to remember the name of the woman I want to add to the list, but unfortunately I'm drawing a blank. She was the foster mom of a little boy who was very timid and shy when he first came to her home, but really blossomed while he was staying with her family. It was obvious she really loved the boy, but he was taken from the home when the family had to move to another state. She and her husband had hoped to adopt him, but were not allowed to because of the move. As I remember it, they were eventually reunited after the original UM segment aired and he also found his biological brother through the telecast. I also liked the two men who had been friends when they were serving together in Vietnam and were finally reunited in Hawaii. One of them said there was no word to describe how happy he was, but when the word was invented he would let us know.
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Wow, this is a great thread. I've tried all day to remember the name of the woman I want to add to the list, but unfortunately I'm drawing a blank. She was the foster mom of a little boy who was very timid and shy when he first came to her home, but really blossomed while he was staying with her family. It was obvious she really loved the boy, but he was taken from the home when the family had to move to another state. She and her husband had hoped to adopt him, but were not allowed to because of the move. As I remember it, they were eventually reunited after the original UM segment aired and he also found his biological brother through the telecast. I also liked the two men who had been friends when they were serving together in Vietnam and were finally reunited in Hawaii. One of them said there was no word to describe how happy he was, but when the word was invented he would let us know.
The first case you are talking about it Jean Warren, who was the foster mom to Roger Lindsley. I agree she was a very nice woman, and i'm glad they were reunited. The second case is Mitchell Shigemoto and Jim Pearson, and the Mitchell was searching for Jim, after he saved him in Vietnam. That was also a great reunion
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Zel Loseff, absolutely. Very determined lady. I was sorry to hear she had passed away last year, but I believe she lived to 100 or 101. I had hoped the case would be solved, but not yet. I really think the wife had something to do with it. But back on topic, Zel was gracious, had pretty good evidence to support her cause, and rather than being bitter, was simply pushing to make things right and get answers.
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Here I am again with another one of my weird thread topics, but the "People On UM You Just Didn't Like" thread gave me the idea. Just as there's been people I've not liked on UM, there have been some that, for some reason, I've also kinda liked.

Here's a few:

Jeff Oberholtzer. He seemed like the most chill, mild-mannered man in the world. I never thought he "did it" and I was impressed with the way he never got belligerent or bitter even though everyone suspected him of committing the Orange Sock murders. I only wish his wife's killer could be found.

Dorothy Sova. Under her "mom" facade I think she's really a very streetwise woman with a very strong spirit.

Curtis Henry. He reminds me so much of my stepdad.



What about you guys?
Gord McAllister- I wanted to just hug him I felt his grief when he was talking about the murder

Jeff Oberholtzer-I know a few ppl mentioned him but u can tell he's a good guy.

Kathy Hobbs Mother(Vivian Hobbs)- Shes seems like a nice lady

Leon Camp-Yeah he does look kinda creepy but u can tell he was no child molester and cared for Wendy..
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Michael Shermer, founder of the Skeptics Society. As far as I am concerned, he single-handedly debunked the Bible Code in the UM segment. "well now wait a minute...you can't say the end will come, the end might come, the end won't come...you've now made all possible predictions. That's not prophecy."

You still see him a lot on the History Channel, offering his perspective on Nostradamus as well as many other topics.
To be honest, even though I'm not a believer of the Bible Code, I'm not really a fan of Michael Shermer, either. Just because something is a bit "out there," doesn't necessarily mean that it automatically has no truth to it, and Shermer has appeared in numerous "unexplained" UM segments, always ready and eager to discredit the subject at hand and all who believe it it.
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I liked Danny Wheeler, he was quite the entertainer in his interview.
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To be honest, even though I'm not a believer of the Bible Code, I'm not really a fan of Michael Shermer, either. Just because something is a bit "out there," doesn't necessarily mean that it automatically has no truth to it, and Shermer has appeared in numerous "unexplained" UM segments, always ready and eager to discredit the subject at hand and all who believe it it.
One reason I really like Shermer was I couldn't stand James Van Praagh. You really need the other perspective on UM to put these cold reading "psychics" in their place. (That said, I was very impressed with some of the psychics that provided clues to help solve murder cases - who are in a different league form the cold-reading psyhics). Van Praagh is clearly a fraud who preys on people's emotions and grief ("I can see your grandmother and she really loves you".)
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I really liked Jodie Bordeaux's husband, Shawn Bordeaux. I felt so bad for that man. Especially his ending comments on how even though his wife was murdered, she went quick, but his baby suffered and died. I really hope they find who killed her but I doubt it will ever happen.
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Michael Fagan. It was quite clear Pat Fagan wasn't playing with a full deck at all, but he certainly didn't have to treat her as well as he did. It is also extremely refreshing to know he assumed full responsibility for his son and seemed to love him immensely. I think he's a hero.
I agree 100%. I admire alot of people on UM, but he was one of the stand outs for me. Just seemed the dad every kid would want to have. I am so glad the child was reunited with him, he is an infinitely better parent than that skank Pat was. She obviously was not cut out for motherhood.
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Denise Williams: The young lady Randall Utterback put through hell almost 20 years ago and is still on the run.
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Donna Brown's kids. Even though she ran off and helped a prison inmate escape, they still wanted to welcome her with open arms and very little bitterness. Very, very compassionate of two kids whose mother abandoned them. I think most of the people in the segment were very empathetic towards a lady whose two husbands were murdered, even the FBI not willing to prosecute and all.
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Gwen Krewson - she died sadly without knowing where her daughter Holly was. Holly's remains were found in 1996 but weren't identified until 2006.

Magi Bish - Molly Bish's mom. Broke my heart to see her cry in the segment and then to find out her daughter is dead years later.

Jeanine Price - when she welled up because she knew her half-sister was going to die

Gordon McAllister - he couldn't hold back the tears in that segment. Feel so bad that he saw his own wife shot in front of him

Tammy Papler - the madam whose "girls" were murdered in the massage parlor they worked at

Danyel Wofford-Simmons - Tracy Wofford-Bunn's sister. I felt bad when she said "even though I've seen her body, I've seen her, I've buried her". The sadness and frustration on her face tells the story.

so many more I can name but I'm getting sleepy
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Ladonna Morrow, the mother that had a son named Jared. She strikes me as a good and stable mother. Ladonna's mother indoctrinated and brainwashed the child to say horrible things about Ladonna, like he was molested in a satanic cult. The mother had to keep going to court and only had limited visitation with her son until it was proven the grandmother was lying about it all. When she lost in court she then kidnapped the boy. Soon after he was returned to his mother.

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Great choices by everyone: especially Jeannie Wagner, Duncan gilmore, and his wife who seemed like great people; Arthur "Pete" Ballard, and etc.

Here are some of my other favorites:

Jill Jensen, former coke addict who quit using after her journey to Medjugorje; now speaks to teens about drug prevention.

Gilbert Ortiz, the man poisoned by his wife, reunited with his son after 8 years; just a decent guy who didn't deserve his ex-wife's treatment.

Don Devereux, crackerjack reporter involved with the Charles Morgan case and targeted for a hit which instead befell Doug Johnston; seems insightful and knows how to get info.

Stephanie Booker, who has shoen a lot of moxie and courage throughout her ordeal of have 12 reconstructive surgeries after a speed hit and ran her and her two friends.

I can't think of her name, but the mom who was close to the son who was last seen at a campground in British Columbia. I thought she was really classy and pretty, hope she finds her son someday.
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I can't think of her name, but the mom who was close to the son who was last seen at a campground in British Columbia. I thought she was really classy and pretty, hope she finds her son someday.
I think that might be Charles Horvath's mom, Denise Allan.

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