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Old 08-16-2016, 02:49 PM   #61
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I have a few questions:

1. What would the motive have been for Rob killing Pam?
2. Did the police ever search the area where the psychic said her body might be?
3. The psychic mentioned a woman helping Rob hide Pam's body. Was he cheating on Pam for another woman?
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Threw this one on this morning and paused it at the letters to re-read them.

I DO get the impression of it was indeed written by Pam, but definitely not the last few paragraphs.

This would jibe with Rob's story about finding the letter and then adding to the end of it. The letter may have even been the impetus for Pam's disappearance at Rob's hand.
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I honestly don't know where I stand on this case. Instinctively, it HAS to be him. But it's very weird to me that the police cleared him as a suspect. The only way I can see them clearing him would be if there was evidence that isn't readily available to us. So that makes me question my instincts...
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Unless I'm mistaken....the update said the police had cleared him, right?
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It did. Somebody started a thread about it and I'm glad they did, because I too thought it had to be erroneous. Rob Page died in 2009, but I'm not sure when exactly he was cleared or on what evidence or information. It got to be the topic of some discussion:

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And for the record, I think and have always thought this is an actual Rob did it until there's information that leads me to conclude otherwise.
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And for the record, I think and have always thought this is an actual Rob did it until there's information that leads me to conclude otherwise.
DAMN IT

How did I miss out on a chance to say "ROB DID IT?"

The worst part, is when I was writing my first comment, I even thought of it, but for whatever reason, I didn't remember his name was Rob, too

The only thing worse than this is when they told me the mission was off
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Threw this one on this morning and paused it at the letters to re-read them.

I DO get the impression of it was indeed written by Pam, but definitely not the last few paragraphs.

This would jibe with Rob's story about finding the letter and then adding to the end of it. The letter may have even been the impetus for Pam's disappearance at Rob's hand.
Doesn't the letter mention the friend she was going to run away with throughout and not just the last few paragraphs? If the letter was indeed written by Pam and Rob, after discovering it, flew into a rage and killed her, why didn't "Sarah" ever surface?

The first I ever heard about Rob being cleared was on the Farina hosted episodes and I think it was before he died. It's also on the UM write up about her disappearance. Why would the police say this if they didn't have some sort of evidence that he didn't do it or that there is stronger evidence implicating another suspect? Especially since he's now deceased.
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Why would the police say this if they didn't have some sort of evidence that he didn't do it or that there is stronger evidence implicating another suspect? Especially since he's now deceased.
This is why I lean towards there being a possibility that he didn't do it.
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I also saw in a newspaper article shown in the segment (which showed Rob's picture) that one of the reasons why Pam's family was so suspicious was because 2 years prior, Rob had asked for a divorce and Pam immediately called one of her sisters to tell her. They don't think she would have went completely silent and not contacted them had she been the one to ask Rob for a divorce.
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Why would the police say this if they didn't have some sort of evidence that he didn't do it or that there is stronger evidence implicating another suspect? Especially since he's now deceased.
Yes! This is the key point with me. He is naturally a suspect (as are most spouses) just based on proximity. Throw in all of his admitted actions, his changed original story, and circumstantial evidence, and Rob is a strong suspect. So how the hell would they clear him unless they found a more logical suspect or discovered no crime had occurred.

What is found in articles online does not jive with the UM update. For example:

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“We [Pam's family] believe it is possible that Rob may have told his sister, Bettina, something on his deathbed, but she is not talking to us, and we have no access to search the house in case he may have left a note or something behind,” Rice said.
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Officers admit that in recent years, there has been nothing new as far as significant leads or evidence, but they are hoping for a tip that will finally crack the puzzling case.

"This woman was very close to her family," Chris Boughey, a Peoria police detective, said. "Her disappearance has been devastating. Finding out what happened, one way or another, will allow us to provide a degree of closure for the family, especially the aging parents."
I have to wonder if the police saying "We are pursuing other leads" got misinterpreted as "Rob is no longer a suspect." Everything I can find on her family says they still firmly believe that Rob killed her. I can't fathom police clearing him completely without some very strong evidence that he was not involved.

Until I read or hear this directly from the police, I am suspicious as to the true accuracy of this update.
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I have to wonder if the police saying "We are pursuing other leads" got misinterpreted as "Rob is no longer a suspect." Everything I can find on her family says they still firmly believe that Rob killed her. I can't fathom police clearing him completely without some very strong evidence that he was not involved.
Seems weird to me that both the Farina episodes and the Stack episodes would feature this update about Rob no longer being a suspect. I've noticed that on certain segments (Deborah Poe for example), the Farina episodes had updates that are not featured on Prime. There has to be more substantial information that would lead police to believe Rob had nothing to do with her disappearance.
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Yes! This is the key point with me. He is naturally a suspect (as are most spouses) just based on proximity. Throw in all of his admitted actions, his changed original story, and circumstantial evidence, and Rob is a strong suspect. So how the hell would they clear him unless they found a more logical suspect or discovered no crime had occurred.

What is found in articles online does not jive with the UM update. For example:





I have to wonder if the police saying "We are pursuing other leads" got misinterpreted as "Rob is no longer a suspect." Everything I can find on her family says they still firmly believe that Rob killed her. I can't fathom police clearing him completely without some very strong evidence that he was not involved.

Until I read or hear this directly from the police, I am suspicious as to the true accuracy of this update.
Correct me if I'm wrong, because it's very possible I am...but I seem to remember there being at least one case where the person of interest was dead and they had an update saying that they consider the case closed. If the police believed he did it, and he was now dead, why would the police even bother with saying "we're pursuing other leads?" I guess that's what I keep coming back to is...what's the point?
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Correct me if I'm wrong, because it's very possible I am...but I seem to remember there being at least one case where the person of interest was dead and they had an update saying that they consider the case closed. If the police believed he did it, and he was now dead, why would the police even bother with saying "we're pursuing other leads?" I guess that's what I keep coming back to is...what's the point?
This is what I keep getting hung up on as well. Kathy Bonderson's case was closed after her husband killed himself and police came out with a statement basically affirming that the case was closed because the person who murdered Kathy was now dead and that if he were alive, he would have been arrested for her murder.

I can't get over the fact that the police didn't even say something along the lines of "our prime suspect in this case has since died" with regards to the case after Rob died.
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This is what I keep getting hung up on as well. Kathy Bonderson's case was closed after her husband killed himself and police came out with a statement basically affirming that the case was closed because the person who murdered Kathy was now dead and that if he were alive, he would have been arrested for her murder.

I can't get over the fact that the police didn't even say something along the lines of "our prime suspect in this case has since died" with regards to the case after Rob died.
Exactly. Honestly, this is the only real reason I lean away from him being responsible. If it weren't for this, I'd be in the "Rob did it" boat.
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