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Old 06-17-2011, 09:01 AM   #121
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Joyce McLain wasn't raped. It's just believed that this might have been the motive for her killer or killers. It stinks that they never found the murder weapon (a blunt object: maybe a baseball bat? softball field was nearby) and also I read the night she went jogging and was probably murdered, it thunderstormed and washed away any chance of footprints, etc.

It's hard to believe that there weren't more witnesses. It was a Friday night during the summer, approximately 8 PM, and there was supposedly a softball tournament in town that weekend as well as workers brought in to work on a mill or something like that. Plus, authorities said kids and local folks tended to hang out around the soccer field in the evening hours.
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Old 06-19-2011, 11:36 PM   #122
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OLIVER MUNSON:

This is where Oliver lived on the 600 block of Orpington Road in Catonsville, Maryland. This is also where Unsolved Mysteries filmed the reenactment. Oliver left here on February 13, 1984 to drive to work. He never arrived.



3 days later, Oliver's car was found here on Braeside Road in Catonsville, just 2 blocks from his home. The car had one flat tire and Oliver's school papers and bag lunch were on the front seat.



Hilton Solomon's car was stolen just hours before Oliver vanished. When the car was recovered, Hilton found several receipts to a video store in Baltimore in Oliver's name. There was blood on one receipt. The video store is located at 400 West Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore.



On a sad note, I read an article online (published in 1993) that said Ellicott City Middle School, where Oliver worked, was torn down several years after his disappearance. His students planted a blue spruce tree in his honor but it withered away and died not long after.
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Old 06-20-2011, 12:23 AM   #123
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Thanks for the hard work that has gone into this thread. Very interesting!
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Old 06-20-2011, 10:17 AM   #124
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For some reason, Oliver Munson's story saddens me more than some of the other people's stories. Maybe it's because he seemed to be described as a genuinely nice guy and "the cool teacher" at school.

That Dennis Watson guy had to have killed him or hired someone else to kill him. They probably flattened one of his tires and then followed him for those two blocks and then just pulled up and demanded he get in the stolen car at gunpoint.
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Old 06-23-2011, 09:55 AM   #125
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Thanks for posting dynoguy. I don't think I could ever use that car wash knowing what happened there.
I live in Austin and this part of 5th street is the way to downtown Austin off of Loop 1, so I have to drive by this car wash regularly. I can never drive by it without thinking of Colleen Reed.
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"Charlie's Corner" (Charles Scheel, the news vendor) at 10th & K St, Sacramento:
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[QUOTE=dynoguy88]OLIVER MUNSON:

This is where Oliver lived on the 600 block of Orpington Road in Catonsville, Maryland. This is also where Unsolved Mysteries filmed the reenactment. Oliver left here on February 13, 1984 to drive to work. He never arrived.

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man, thats creepy. February 13, 1984 is my birthday.i was just being born as this poor guy was being abducted. shame
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Roxanne Jeeves:

This is Holloman Road, where Roxanne Jeeves' car was found parked...if you look closely, you can actually see some cars parked down there, probably right where her car was found parked. The road doesn't look like it has changed at all:

I used to live in Mesquite, TX and drove down to Holloman's and got some great pics. I'll post them later today when I get home I believe I had sent them to CD a couple years ago after I went...
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Surprised this is still here...looks almost exactly the same. From one of the earlier pre-stack specials: Miami Jai Alai:

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These were interesting finds. You have to kind of use your imagination, because the house has been painted and the trees have grown pretty big since the segment. This is Jule Caylor's house in Salt Lake:



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Someone should go to his door and ask him about making salads.
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Someone should go to his door and ask him about making salads.
Hahahahahahaha. Tell them your from Wendy's and were seeking out salad advice.
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Seriously, did anybody retain the Jule salad letter? It doesn't seem so. I would love to see it!
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Seriously, did anybody retain the Jule salad letter? It doesn't seem so. I would love to see it!
AND the picture of him with the salad!
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