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Old 01-13-2006, 12:21 PM   #166
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That was the Kenneth McDuff case, where he and an accomplice abducted Colleen Reed from a car wash in Austin, Texas. There were some people near by who heard her screaming for help.
Also, those same eyewitnesses had seen 2 guys in a car that were going the wrong way on a one-way street. It later was determined that these guys were the ones who abducted, raped and killed Colleen Reed.

Kenneth McDuff was one of the lowest scums of this earth. He was executed in 1998 for another murder. They think he might of killed a lot more...even Angela Hammond (which i do not believe because he was not in Missouri until 1993 and Angela disappeared in 1991)
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Also, those same eyewitnesses had seen 2 guys in a car that were going the wrong way on a one-way street. It later was determined that these guys were the ones who abducted, raped and killed Colleen Reed.

Kenneth McDuff was one of the lowest scums of this earth. He was executed in 1998 for another murder. They think he might of killed a lot more...even Angela Hammond (which i do not believe because he was not in Missouri until 1993 and Angela disappeared in 1991)
Actually, he was caught in 1992, but I don't blame you for the initial mistake. I realized that the UM update had goofed by saying that he was captured in 1993.

Yes, Kenneth McDuff was "one of the lowest scums of this earth." He was a degenerate who should never have been paroled. In fact, it's a well-known fact that he had come close to being executed several times for the 1966 murders of three teenagers, but each time, he got a last-minute reprieve. And the next thing we know, his death sentence was reduced to life in 1972, when the U.S. Supreme Court temporarily abolished the death penalty, deeming it unconstitutional.

If McDuff had been executed when he should have been, Colleen Reed and his other victims would still be alive. As I commented in another post, the McDuff case is my reason to argue for the death penalty.
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Old 03-18-2007, 04:24 PM   #168
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I thought the scariest UM moment was when the monk was in the window in "The Devil's Backbone." That really scared me.
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I know it's been mentioned several times already, but the arson case where the guy videoed the burning house scared the bejesus out of me! His voice was just too creepy for words. I haven't seen that one in ages, but I can still hear that voice saying "Look at it, Omar." Yeesh. Didn't somebody find that tape in the woods or something similar? I'm a bit foggy on the details, but the voice stuck with me.
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I always thought Look-At-It-Omar kid sounded kind of like Filbert the turtle from that Nickelodeon cartoon "Rocko's Modern Life." If he'd had a different voice, that case would've been much scarier for me.
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The segments that scared the crap out of me......where do I begin?

1. The Blind River Rest Stop case. It wasn't the case mind you, but the composite of the killer as the husband remembered him. That thing creeps me out!

2. Matthew Chase case. The ATM photo. Enough said

3. Florida convienience store killings (Debra Poe, etc). The Megadeth dude alone gives me the willies, plus the thought of those women working alone swore me off of working the graveyard shift.

4. "Debbie", the one in SC where the guy abducts her, rapes her, and almost kills her with a shotgun shot to the face. The part where he chases her in the woods......eeehhhhh. I had to turn the light on to watch UM after this segment.

5. NH serial killer. The part with Jane and her killer freaked me out big time.

6. Doreen Picard and Susan Laferte. I still get creeped out sometimes when I do my laundry in the basement even though the door is locked to it.

7. Sacremento Thrill Killings. Six people killed for no reason. The killer was some idiot who killed for no reason. I can't explain why, but this segment really freaked me out.

As much as the show creeps me out sometimes (I still make sure my windows are locked before I watch it at night), I still love it like I did as a kid.
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3. Florida convienience store killings (Debra Poe, etc). The Megadeth dude alone gives me the willies, plus the thought of those women working alone swore me off of working the graveyard shift.

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Again, I'm bumping up an old thread. Hope no one minds!

To me, one of the scariest is when a man comes to a house where another man has killed his wife and stepdaughters (and the other man doesn't know it). I've seen the segment a couple of times, but the last time, even though I knew the killer was going to jump out of nowhere, I screamed anyway. I don't remember the names of the case, but that the other man jumped through a glass door to escape and survived. Freaky case!
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Was this guy ever caught? Not the actor that played him (of course! ) I mean the real dude.
Aaaaaaaa! I didn't expect that as I scrolled down. Thank goodness he was caught. I think he was the guy who mentioned that the next day was his birthday, as though that would make a difference. What a scumbag!
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Again, I'm bumping up an old thread. Hope no one minds!

To me, one of the scariest is when a man comes to a house where another man has killed his wife and stepdaughters (and the other man doesn't know it). I've seen the segment a couple of times, but the last time, even though I knew the killer was going to jump out of nowhere, I screamed anyway. I don't remember the names of the case, but that the other man jumped through a glass door to escape and survived. Freaky case!
That was the Joe Weldon Smith case. Even though I've seen the segment many, many times, I still jump when Smith flies out from around that corner. Thankfully he was caught not too long after the broadcast.
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The Dorothy Donovan case always freaked me out.

Now that the guy was caught (in 2007), has it been explained how he ended up at Dorothy's house? Was it a coincidence?
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the kurt sova segment when his father was searching the basement. I would've been so creeped out if I was him.
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For me there are two cases that have been very scary. The first case is the Sherry Eyerly case. I know that it's in the DVD sets and that it's focus was the Psychic aspect of it...but honestly it creeped me out. I think the reason why was that when I was a teenager I delivered pizza's and there were times where you showed up at someones door and they just gave me the willy's. And looking for homes in dark neighborhoods where there was not much light was scary too. I just think of how bad it must have been for Sherry Eyerly when she figured out what was going on. It must have been horrible for her to be out searching for an address that didn't even exist way out in the middle of nowhere.

The other case that gives me the eeby-jeeby's is the two Mary killings. The violence and terror that those two women must have endured had to be horrific. Just thinking about it makes me shiver!
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the in home break in segments have always scared me the most....especially now as an adult. I still get that creepy feeling late at night if I watch them(the old segments not spike). the ghosts segments used to freak me out as a child, but now they are very silly and make me chuckle.
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I guess mine would qualify as eerie segments rather than scary. But here they are:

1. Matthew Chase - the photo of him at the ATM with that guy behind him creeps me out to this day. I remember Robert Stack narrating that episode too, very eerie.

2. Justin Burgwinkel - when he told his girlfriend "Have you ever seen the movie White Sands?", the hair on my neck stood up.

3. Angela Hammond - I really feel for her boyfriend. To be so close to trying to save her, only to have your car go out.

4. Oba Chandler - I wrote a 12 page paper on this case for a Criminology class in college and I still find it hard to believe that he didn't have help. He bound, tied, raped and then threw each woman off the boat 1 by 1. The only way that he acted alone was if he had a gun on them the whole time, otherwise, how else could have tied them up without the other two attempting to stop him. The death penalty was made for people like Oba Chandler.
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