Author Topic: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON  (Read 15272 times)

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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #30 on: August 09, 2016, 04:24:16 PM »
Listen to the cbc radio broadcast - interview of Fire Chief of Estaire
In 2014.

Question: Who called the fire department? And who called the police?  The call came from her home. The police were there first.
Was it Sheri-Lynn??/jb

https://soundcloud.com/ostefanovich/cbc-morning-north
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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #31 on: November 17, 2016, 12:29:57 PM »
So, it now appears that the dna of Terry and others did not match!!

Who would want to take Sheri-Lynn's life?  It has been pointed out that there are two common denominators of  Sonia Varaschin - murdered in 2010 in Orangeville, and Sheri-Lynn of Estaire murdered 3 years later; as being in the nursing profession.

Their hair colour was also similar. (There may be other similarities that have been missed)

Shelley Loder is similar in appearance to SV.  Shelley's husband was studying nursing.
and oddly, all three of their names begin with the letter S.

As Capeheart pointed out, construction workers do travel from one site to another.

There was construction going on in Sonia's area (was it the water or power plant behind her home?) I can't recall.

Was there any construction going on in the Estaire area?

More importantly, did the dna from Sherri's killer match that of Sonia's?

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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #32 on: November 17, 2017, 07:00:30 PM »
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As part of the ongoing investigation, the OPP Emergency Response Team (ERT) and the OPP Helicopter have conducted an extensive evidence search of the crime scene and area.

Working alongside detectives from across North East Region are OPP specialists with Behavioural, Forensic and Electronic Services (BFES).

She was beaten in her home and died in hospital.  That would be part of the crime scene - so I would think the house would  be sold to a new owner by now? Unless the law seized it as potential evidence - and can they do that?  Keep it seized for four years?

The helicopter search of the area is very interesting.  Are they looking for  a large object, such as  vehicle that was ditched in the bush, for example?

Behaviorial science - do they still think that the killer is alive and on the run?  They did tell the public that their safety is not at risk, at one point.

Electronic's -  are they checking this couples cell phone data? A 911 call came from her home, with no one speaking.  Her phone number came up at Firehall.

The husband is deceased - and is not able to answer any further questions. He was questioned for many hours by le, and one week later, committed suicide.

His friends say that he "died of a broken heart".
I have suspicions about that. 

Sherri's family deserves answers.

I am pleased to know that le are still working on solving this "mystery"
jb

 
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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #33 on: November 18, 2017, 07:57:02 PM »
Your theories are quite possible.  Quite the mystery.  My theory, of which I have only one, is quite different.

 She had just returned from Vegas that day, was dropped off at her home by her friends who went to Vegas with her.  I believe possessiveness,  jealousy and rage played a major part. 

I believe that it was a domestic issue, and the police are attempting to wrap it up.

jb
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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #34 on: November 21, 2017, 12:19:29 PM »
That a funeral director would tell a grieving family they would be arrested if they tried to attend seems extreme! 
That the paper would report negatively that ?no other family? showed up at his service  makes no sense.
There are definitely a lot of things that don?t make sense.  Something or someone he may have been involved in before moving to Sudbury could be the reason the house burned down in 2011.   I think someone had a grudge against him and when she paid the price, he couldn?t live with that.  I really don?t think he was responsible.

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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #35 on: November 21, 2017, 09:32:04 PM »
The entire array of circumstance smells, stinks really. Going back a considerable piece of time you can follow that trail of something... In the end you have the classic, such a nice guy, no one who knows him can believe he would be involved... And that's where it ends, in silence just as it was when he left his family years earlier.. Whatever it is, neither the public nor family are privy to what hides.

These situations when they arise are unsettling and cause people to re-evaluate what they believe. Its a struggle to reconcile without touching into the conspiracy side of things.. Its too bad that pictures and some scanned info is disappearing from this site too.. It takes a very big shovel to get to the bottom of something like this.. Given all the indications I side with JB in my suspicions.

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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #36 on: November 21, 2017, 11:33:30 PM »
2 wives and 1 ex plus denying his kids of a relationship is not exactly a man who can be countd upon in life.  great guy for the short term,
Be it in friendship, employment, enjoy it while it lasts and  it never lasts.

note that firehall is split on opinion, and so are we.

I believe that le had their man, and he sensed it.


JUST MY SAD OPINION.

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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #37 on: November 22, 2017, 05:06:30 PM »
What were the cops looking for when they used a drone. and a helicopter?
Surely, it would be something that could be seen from an aerial view.

As to forensics - firefighters were there, visited often, and victim's hubby lived there.
There could be dna all over the place and not necessarily on victim.


There may not have been much in the way of trace evidence, if any.
Fast and furious and out......

Was it the OPP who were first on scene, or small town police?

I wonder where the garage is? Front of house or back?

Police have asked if anyone saw any suspicious activity.

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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #38 on: November 22, 2017, 08:57:58 PM »
Taken from article in reply 4

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She had promised to take a leave of absence from work and sit beside him in the courtroom at trial when the person who killed McEwan was found and charged.
I wish everybody could see him through our eyes.

The offer to sit with him in the courthouse while the guilty is being tried, might have frightened Terry, as he knew that it might be him sitting in the prisoner's box. imo.
The humiliation would be too much to bear.

The next morning he went back to his home, saying that he had things to do.
Terry would be at that point, in his own home, and have the opportunity to destroy or remove any evidence hidden relating to the crime, or better yet, any valuables that would make it appear a robbery. He might have realized that the cops got some evidence and with the past intense questioning from law enforcement, to go on further was useless.and they would eventually get him.

This might explain why the cops were asking if anyone saw and still would like to know, if they viewed anything suspicious.
Who knows - I would not be surprised if they gave him an appointment to take a lie detector test, if he was willing. That is often standard procedure.

Can't help it! Am trying to convince myself that he is innocent, but it is not working.

Too many coincidences.

He was in the area at the time.  It was never reported where he was, nor what he was driving.   The garage is at the back of the house, plus the home is relatively isolated in wooded area.  No wonder no one saw  or heard anything.

Perhaps Sherri heard him breaking the door down, and she dialed 911 - and too little - too late!

It was the firefighters who assumed it was a b&e when they noted the door broken into.
The cops never said a peep about a possible b&e.


Something went wrong between this couple in my opinion.

I hope that le will complete this investigation very soon, and hopefully, we will hear that Terry was innocent. 
To date, the police have not said that he is -  Terry has not been officially cleared.

If he is innocent - if forensics have cleared him - law enforcement have a duty to say so. 
At the very least - they owe Terry's name that much.
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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #39 on: November 23, 2017, 02:45:00 AM »
All too coincidental and suspicious for most imo.. If innocent, he really should have hung around a bit longer to make sure Sheri's murder investigation was on track.. He has other ex'ss, its not his first time around the block.. Even something strange about that.. Past family hadn't heard a word from him..  He's not completely normal in relationships.. Police actions or lack of can be misleading, even deliberately so.  Looks like the end of the trail..

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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #40 on: November 23, 2017, 03:46:42 PM »
Yes but, do the Police have any obligation either way? If there was no conclusive evidence to exonerate, and the poi is deceased what can we expect? Would it any better if the Police just stated we cannot clear him? The surviving family has it as good as can be imo..

If... he has done this, and he has moved abruptly in the past and disappeared for unknown reasons, what else may be lurking? Double edged sword... One can look at it any way they wish... 

As far the Police claiming to still be investigating and looking elsewhere.. well that serves something that doesn't reconcile with not exonerating TB.. It confuses and compounds..

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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #41 on: November 23, 2017, 05:02:51 PM »
Yes but, do the Police have any obligation either way? If there was no conclusive evidence to exonerate, and the poi is deceased what can we expect? Would it any better if the Police just stated we cannot clear him? The surviving family has it as good as can be imo..
If... he has done this, and he has moved abruptly in the past and disappeared for unknown reasons, what else may be lurking? Double edged sword... One can look at it any way they wish... 

As far the Police claiming to still be investigating and looking elsewhere.. well that serves something that doesn't reconcile with not exonerating TB.. It confuses and compounds..

True - very true.  Speaking of family, who "bad mouthed" them in such a way, that they were blocked out and even threatened with arrest if they went to the funeral home?

Someone must have said horrible things about them that was passed around - without even knowing them, or meeting them.  How could they defend themselves?

They may not see it my way - but perhaps they are better off without contact with any of T's friends, etc.  Continue on with their lives - and try to remember T during happier times.
Funny thing is, people change, and if they did resume their relationship, they might have seen him through a different lens and end up not liking him.

Obviously, T did not want them to have the opportunity.  Perhaps T was afraid that his kids might ask questions as to why he just up and disappeared - and T would be too uncomfortable with giving the answer.

jb
ps,
Check out Estaire.  Doesn't even list the population.  It is not a town.  Now I understand why the helicopter and drones....

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estaire,_Ontario

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Re: Sheri-Lynn McEwan | 40 | Murdered October 7 2013 | Estaire, ON
« Reply #42 on: February 08, 2018, 03:57:05 AM »
If Boyle?s Fire Department pager went off when the 911 call came through, (when he answered, they told him to get home)...then investigators should know exactly where he was, by the cell phone pings...no?

Can?t find, for sure, that investigators have DNA...articles do say that volunteer firefighters willingly gave samples, as they had been in the home.  If they do have DNA, I wonder if they would compare it to the evidence from Sonia?s murder?
If a connection would come up, that is, if there is one...
Pretty brazen to murder someone who lives across the way from the firehall...

Also...I wonder if there is anyone working in some kind of health services profession, that can be connected to both Sheri-Lyn and Sonia.  These women were both nurses.