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Thankx a bunch SAP

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Greenley Family, I'm trying to send you some pictures via the messaging system but I'm not quite sure how to.  Anyone on here know?  When you get them please take a very very close look at them.

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Hey Itdoesntmatter

I am so glad that you are alive and well. A lot of posters were helping on    
Is anyone in Ontario willing to help? thread. Your last post was in March 2011 , it is like you dropped of the face of the earth. In consideration for those folks that worked diligently on your behalf , I would expect you to not leave them in the dark. Maybe you found the name of Walker in the wheelchair, the infamous hidden watch, the area of the murder cult like groups, all the little blond haired boys that were gathered but not reported missing. Did your friend that was taken as a little girl and raised with the group, after escaping and changing her identity decide to go to the authorities. How is your case going against your Mom who murdered a Navy personal on the base ? So many unanswered questions , are you being successful in solving all these crimes on your own now? I hope all the posters that were helping you dig up information on your behalf have stopped their research , as you now dont seem to care and have left them high and dry.


Hey there mymy

You certainly seem to think that you know me.  It's interesting that you've had absolutely no input into anything regarding any threads of mine other than to follow them around and tell all how you somehow know what's up with myself.  I'm good with that though since it's been an interesting watch.  I'm pretty sure I know you too.

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Hi AnnonymousOntario

We're describing a similar mind set of a perp I know but the person I'm thinking of is still alive in Berwick Nova Scotia so it wouldn't be linked.
I can appreciate your frustration with the police.  You are absolutely right, if you don't do their work for them and hand it to them on a silver platter then they don't want anything to do with it.  Unfortunate but true.  In the mean time the perps continue to abduct, assault and kill others.

I have a pretty good idea of what you've gone through so if you ever need to talk let me know.

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General Discussion / Re: Is anyone in Ontario willing to help?
« on: March 25, 2012, 10:12:00 AM »

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He's not posing, he is Ken Jessop.  He also just got a new phone.

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I just read post number 800

Chill Redbeard.  He is who he says he is and he's been going through a rough time........

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As of 4 hours ago Ken was fine and his internet was working.  I left him a message to let him know you are trying to reach him.

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That's not really working out for me because it doesn't answer several questions.
Lyndon was outside in mid November wearing only hospital pj's.  How do you not get seen and stand out to many?  He was seen heading in the opposite direction of the highway that would have taken him out of the town of Berwick so why did he do that if he was trying to leave?  He leaves and never contacts his family for, at this point, 25 years?  Why?  That's a long time to be on the run.  On the run from what?  A depression?  It just doesn't make sense to me.

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General Discussion / Re: Is anyone in Ontario willing to help?
« on: March 10, 2011, 03:02:27 PM »
Hi amIam

I'm here and have been responding.  I don't alway respond on the exact day that someone posts though because I'd prefer to think about it for a bit.

Cheers
Laura

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General Discussion / Re: Is anyone in Ontario willing to help?
« on: March 10, 2011, 11:29:00 AM »
Precisely.  Unless they reside in this immediate area, the average seven year-old isn't going to be familiar with the words "Walkerton", "Brockton" or "Kippen".  Conversely, the word "walker" is already implemented into most children's vernaculars by that time.  Furthermore, although "Brock" isn't an actual word, it is a commonly-heard name for people/places/things in that part of Ontario.  Children in that area would have been subjected to it, and thus familiar with it.  "Kippen", on the other hand,  is an entirely different matter.  Phoenetically, the word only comes close to "kitten".  It has been mentioned that the supposed victim was attempting to use such word association games in order to trigger future recollections.  The first two words came from the man himself; I remain unclear how Capen/Kappen/Kippen was remembered.

Hi FactHunter

I've put some thought into this.....which is why it took me a while to respond.  Don't know if you can relate or not but you know how it goes when you are given suggested possible pieces of a puzzle and you try to see what happens if you try to work it into the picture but it throws things off so much that you just know it doesn't fit?  Thank you for the thought though.
Cheers
Laura

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General Discussion / Re: Is anyone in Ontario willing to help?
« on: March 10, 2011, 09:38:09 AM »
Hi Have Faith

Please don't misunderstand why I started to use pms'.  This thread got extremely hostile not long ago.  Rather than answer on the thread where, at that time, anything I said was used to spin it even more, I decided to just answer in pms.  I will not respond to questions that have a motive of accusations behind them.

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General Discussion / Re: Is anyone in Ontario willing to help?
« on: March 10, 2011, 08:22:51 AM »
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Hi Lost

I'm a bit confused about the question.  The incident in Manitoba took place outside of the regular group gang ups.  I probably shouldn't have included what happened in Manitoba on this thread ...most likely confused things.

Ok, I knew I wasn't dreaming it up and that I read somewhere here that itdoesntmatter explicitly stated that she thinks her mother is responsible for the murder in Manitoba that's she's been talking about all throughout this thread.  This is a direct quote from her, yet earlier today she said it wasn't connected to the killings in Ontario. She also thinks her mother is responsible for the disappearance of Lydon Howard Fuller, missing from Berwick NS since 1988.  Now, if her mother lived in Ontario amongst the serial killers here and then moved to another province and is possibly responsible for the disappearance of more people, that would make it all connected, would it not?  So, my question is, why all of a sudden is she saying they are not? (connected)

http://www.unsolvedcanada.ca/index.php?topic=15.msg35061#msg35061
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http://www.unsolvedcanada.ca/index.php/topic,3283.0.html

I believe that my mother is a serial killer by all definitions.  Those would include keeping items of her victims as trophies.  I believe that she has slipped through the cracks because she is a woman.  Several people have gone missing around her and she's never been a suspect.  I watched one investigation of a missing guy in Manitoba unfold and even though the last place that he was known to be was at our house, she was never suspected of foul play.  I believe that the reason for this is because she's a woman and women were and perhaps still are the least suspected in these types of crimes.

I know a fair bit about her background though so I wanted to do up a list.  I'm just going to put out there what i know and see if it looks similar to male serial killers.  I'm only going to post what I know for sure though based on what I saw.

Her father was violent and sexually abusive towards kids as well as being an alcoholic.
Her mother was extremely emotionally abusive, critical, violent and had a hatred toward men.
Her father pushed her head into a glass window when she was a child. (I've seen the scars) Frontal lobe damage?
She got married to a man that was also extremely violent in every way you can imagine.
My first memory of her violence was when I saw her throw a cat against a wall, killing it.
She has a hatred toward men and sincerely believes that she is doing society a favor although she is also well aware that what she is doing is considered wrong and that there are consequences if she is caught.

That about sums it up but as you'll notice...it's not a whole lot different than the backgrounds of male serial killers.
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Hi Lost

I'm a bit confused about the question.  The incident in Manitoba took place outside of the regular group gang ups.  I probably shouldn't have included what happened in Manitoba on this thread ...most likely confused things.

Ok, I knew I wasn't dreaming it up and that I read somewhere here that itdoesntmatter explicitly stated that she thinks her mother is responsible for the murder in Manitoba that's she's been talking about all throughout this thread.  This is a direct quote from her, yet earlier today she said it wasn't connected to the killings in Ontario. She also thinks her mother is responsible for the disappearance of Lydon Howard Fuller, missing from Berwick NS since 1988.  Now, if her mother lived in Ontario amongst the serial killers here and then moved to another province and is possibly responsible for the disappearance of more people, that would make it all connected, would it not?  So, my question is, why all of a sudden is she saying they are not? (connected)

http://www.unsolvedcanada.ca/index.php?topic=15.msg35061#msg35061
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http://www.unsolvedcanada.ca/index.php/topic,3283.0.html

I believe that my mother is a serial killer by all definitions.  Those would include keeping items of her victims as trophies.  I believe that she has slipped through the cracks because she is a woman.  Several people have gone missing around her and she's never been a suspect.  I watched one investigation of a missing guy in Manitoba unfold and even though the last place that he was known to be was at our house, she was never suspected of foul play.  I believe that the reason for this is because she's a woman and women were and perhaps still are the least suspected in these types of crimes.

I know a fair bit about her background though so I wanted to do up a list.  I'm just going to put out there what i know and see if it looks similar to male serial killers.  I'm only going to post what I know for sure though based on what I saw.

Her father was violent and sexually abusive towards kids as well as being an alcoholic.
Her mother was extremely emotionally abusive, critical, violent and had a hatred toward men.
Her father pushed her head into a glass window when she was a child. (I've seen the scars) Frontal lobe damage?
She got married to a man that was also extremely violent in every way you can imagine.
My first memory of her violence was when I saw her throw a cat against a wall, killing it.
She has a hatred toward men and sincerely believes that she is doing society a favor although she is also well aware that what she is doing is considered wrong and that there are consequences if she is caught.

That about sums it up but as you'll notice...it's not a whole lot different than the backgrounds of male serial killers.

Hi google

I can appreciate that the thread gets confusing....this is why I had said I probably shouldn't have put anything on this one other than the guy in the wheelchair.

To clarify for you.  My mother did things outside of the group, on her own.  I have my own personal reasons why I see these as different than activities where the other's were part of it.  All of the events that happened within the group happened in Ontario.  I've also lived in Manitoba and Nova Scotia where the things that happened were all her doing, without the group mentality.  Sorry but this is the best sense I can make of it for you without going into things that I don't want to post on this site.

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General Discussion / Re: Is anyone in Ontario willing to help?
« on: March 09, 2011, 08:18:06 AM »
matter; I don't recall you sharing anything that specific on this thread.  I knew you were present when something awful happened in Manitoba, but I wouldn't be bold enough to ask what it actually was.  .... mostly because I know you wouldn't be stupid enough to answer that question in this thread.  If your father wasn't in Manitoba, that doesn't mean you didn't witness something, or end up being present or part of something.  There must have been a lot more people in Manitoba than just your mother and you.   ::) ::)

Hi Lost

I'm a bit confused about the question.  The incident in Manitoba took place outside of the regular group gang ups.  I probably shouldn't have included what happened in Manitoba on this thread ...most likely confused things.

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General Discussion / Re: Is anyone in Ontario willing to help?
« on: March 08, 2011, 08:19:46 AM »
Hi
It would be impossible for it to have been in Manitoba.  My father was never in Manitoba but he was the main perp in this case.  He's never ventured out of Ontario that I know of.

I suspect that although he was there for some sort of wheelchair sports, that it wasn't an organized sport.  Kind of like a bunch of guy's getting together for a game of golf.  I'll check out your info though Lost....ty.

@google....no one has gotten back to me on it so I suspect it didn't fit.

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