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Maybe she wore the ring on a chain, or carried the watch in her pocket?  Family heirlooms maybe.  I wear a size 11 ring- and there is no way I could wear a small watch- sometimes i carry one in my pocket.

She was questioned- as was her son many times.  He has since passed away, and the last I heard the mother suffered from dementia ( I'm not even sure she's still alive).  I think this is a case of "we all know- now prove it"

USA & Other / Re: THE COUPLE NOBODY CLAIMED AUG.9,1976 South Carolina, USA
« on: November 23, 2009, 01:17:27 PM »
What if "Jock" was telling the truth and his family disowned him?  It's possible he has never been reported missing.  How do you search missing people for one that is not "missing".  Could be the case with her as well.  What if they were not a couple at all?  Just a dumping ground used by the same killer?  No one in the area seems to know anything about them- and now all we can do is speculate 30+ years later.  I found in an article that there was speculation that they were brother/sister.  What if they have no family to report them missing?  I think this is a needle in a haystack and I really doubt it will ever be solved.  However, with the DNA extractions it is possible (I know I would really like to know their story).

USA & Other / Re: THE COUPLE NOBODY CLAIMED AUG.9,1976 South Carolina, USA
« on: November 23, 2009, 10:51:44 AM »
I don't think so either.  Too far fetched for me- timelines, locations, etc.  Has anyone ever thought that maybe they became a couple AFTER they went missing?  IE) a couple of runaways in the early 70's that meet up and end up with thier demise?  People seem to be looking for a couple that went missing together, and are found dead together- maybe that's not it at all.

Other Manitoba Locations / Re: Man Decapitatated on Greyhound Bus
« on: September 17, 2009, 10:38:39 PM »
For anyone interested, Mike on Crime has posted on his twitter account the link to the evaluation of Li.  I found it odd that he had behaviors prior to this, and it was known he was a walking time bomb since 1995.

I just heard on the Calgary news that investigators are expecting to find other remains there as well.

Maybe this is the next "Pickton Pig Farm??"- at least then some people would find some closure.

Sex Crimes / Re: Now THIS is more like it!
« on: August 28, 2009, 06:53:38 PM »
It's time that Canada ceased to be the safe haven for American criminals.

He is being featured on Nancy Grace tonight.

Calgary / Re: Trevor Angell
« on: August 20, 2009, 06:37:35 PM »
I don't know him, It's just a case that seems to have caught my attention, as have a few others.  I was just wondering if there was any more news that someone else may have heard.

Calgary / Trevor Angell | Missing (sept 2000)
« on: August 20, 2009, 05:04:18 PM »
Trevor Angell worked for a Calgary trucking company, and went missing in September of 2000.  There seems to be little information about him on the internet.  Does anyone know much about this case other than what I have found on the Alberta Missing Persons Site?

They owned a dairy farm about 5 mins outside of Medicine Hat.  There was really no clear motive as to why as the police never laid charges in the case.  BUT... It was rumored that the son drank a lot, and that Dolores was the one taking care of the dairy.  The father and the son got into an arguement, and the son was told that he wouldn't inherit the dairy, the daughter in law would.  It also appeared that the mother was also an accomplice.  Like I said these are rumors.  I do know that Dolores' son is an RCMP officer now.  Maybe he will be able to break the case.

Personally, I really do think that the son/husband got away with murder.

I remember this case- Mostly because I am from Medicine Hat.  The husband died about a year ago.  He was questioned by police, and it is my understanding he was the only suspect in both murders.

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