January 25, 2013
Thanks for the post. We plan to do several Spreecasts under 'The Missing' channel in the coming weeks. We'd like to focus on individual cases and continually touch on Jodi's case and the lessons we've learned from it. You will always find out when the next Spreecast will be held by checking the FindJodi Twitter page or by following the Twitter stream on the front, right side of the home page of this website. Thanks again for the post and we hope to see you during the Spreecast.
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Hey guys, i enjoyed The Missing Spreecast the other day. Are you planning to add more, if so, where can I find out?
Keep up the good work.
May 10, 2012
Trying to see how this forum works.
One situation that has bothered me from the beginning is a man from Illinois went to Iowa and later pawned a lot of womens belongings.
This man was convicted of murder of another woman he killed a month after Jodi was abducted. He had pictures of blond women tied up and gagged laying on the floor of his car.
I have tried to talk to the investigator from Peoria who handled the case, but he never call me back.
It was this abduction and murder that got me involved in the Jodi case in the first place. I still think this man with his cousin or another man could have been responsible for Jodi's abduction. I think they could have stayed at the camp ground next to Jodi's apartment.
They camped in town and killed the woman in my area in that tent. Chocked her, rolled her body up in a carpet and dumped her body into the canal. As they tore out of the canal road a man on his way to work almost got run off the road and he got their license plate number... later her body was found in the canal.
Arley Ray Davis was convicted of murder and sentenced to death but before he was put to death the Illinois Govenor suspended all carrying out of death sentences for a time. Shortly after that Davis and a man named Burgess were found a week or two apart mysteriously dead of so called heart attacks. Both men were in their 40's and never walked the last mile to their execution.
There's been a lot of talk about the bag Jodi was carrying, along with her purse. Do we know what she was actually carrying? What is missing currently? I saw that the police have her license. Isn't her purse missing?
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