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Breaking: Midwestern Serial Killer of 30-40 MISSING Young Women, Larry DeWayne Hall, Giving up Locations of Dead!

 
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[link to www.greenbaypressgazette.com]

News Conference in Menasha, WI re missing Lori Depies

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The alleged murderer travelled all over the midwestern USA to attend Civil Warn Re-Enactments and sometimes Auto Shows. If you've had somebody go missing, see if there was a war re-enactment or car show the week prior to the disappearance.

[link to www.thenorthwestern.com]

Convicted child kidnapper Larry DeWayne Hall, a longtime suspect in the 1992 disappearance of Laurie Depies, has admitted abducting and killing the Appleton woman, The Post-Crescent has learned.

Hall, 48, of Wabash, Ind., who is serving a life sentence at a federal prison in North Carolina for the 1993 kidnapping of an Illinois girl, acknowledged his involvement during an interview with Town of Menasha and state investigators in November, they told the newspaper.
The revelation, by far the strongest lead in Depies' disappearance, could bring a conclusion to one of the most enduring mysteries in Fox Cities history.

Police confirmed to The P-C last week that Hall encountered Depies, 20, while she was working at Fox River Mall in Grand Chute on Aug. 19, 1992, followed her car to her boyfriend's apartment complex near the former Valley Fair Mall in the Town of Menasha, lured her into his van, abducted her and left the area. Authorities said he was in the Fox Cities for a Civil War re-enactment.

"He gave us quite a bit of information about our case that was never publicized," said Town of Menasha Police Lt. Mike Krueger, who described Hall as the prime suspect in Depies' disappearance.

Krueger declined to provide specifics about Hall's description of what happened after Depies was inside Hall's van, and he refused to disclose whether any efforts are in the works to search for remains.

"We have this new information and we're concentrating on it," Town of Menasha Police Chief Rod McCants said. "We've got an individual who has admitted involvement in her disappearance, and what we're doing now is trying to corroborate information that he's provided us."

McCants said the case isn't advanced enough to seek charges from the Winnebago County district attorney's office.

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[link to www.thenorthwestern.com]


Hall, a stocky man with a full beard and short hair, eventually told the detectives that he purchased a T-shirt from Depies at the Graffiti store at Fox River Mall on Aug. 19, 1992, stalked her from a distance throughout the day and then tracked her down as she left work that night, driving to meet her boyfriend at his Town of Menasha apartment.

After following her into the Wilson Avenue apartment complex parking lot where her 1984 Volkswagen Rabbit later was found, Hall lured Depies to his van by claiming there was a flaw in the T-shirt he had purchased, Krueger said. Hall told police he then whisked her away from the scene, killed her and disposed of her body.

In the Illinois case, Hall was convicted of kidnapping 15-year-old Jessica Roach as she rode her bicycle in a rural area near Georgetown, Ill., a short distance from the Indiana border. Hall was arrested a few months after her decomposed remains were found in an Indiana cornfield. His arrest was based in part on complaints from other young girls that he had been stalking them.


from page 2

[link to www.thenorthwestern.com]


Authorities think Roach died by strangulation. Hall told investigators he placed two linked belts against her neck and around a tree, pulling on both ends from the other side of the tree so he would not have to watch her face as she died.

Krueger said, however, some details of the Depies case were withheld from the public, and Hall provided information that only the killer would know.

In April 2010, one of Hall's childhood neighbors, Christopher Hawley Martin, published "Urges," suggesting that Hall may be responsible for killing or abducting about 40 women, nearly half of whom have never been found.

from page 3

[link to www.thenorthwestern.com]

Krueger and former DCI agent Dick McSherry traveled to Springfield, Ill., in 1995 to learn more from the FBI about Hall and the items seized from his house, vehicles and barn.
They were shown one large storage room "filled with clothes from floor to ceiling — women's clothing, girls' clothing," Krueger said. "It was everything from undergarments to pants to shirts to shoes to purses."

Despite all the items, Skorlinski, who replaced McSherry as regional homicide investigator in 1997, said authorities have not "come up with any unknown DNA to link him to any of these missing people."


from page 4

[link to www.thenorthwestern.com]




Mother's anguish in Laurie Depies disappearance lingers

Nearly 19 years have passed since Laurie Depies seemingly vanished into thin air.

Today, Depies would be 39 years old — a fact that both astounds and saddens her mother, Mary Wegner.

"It's mind-boggling," she said.

Wegner refuses to view Depies as a 39-year-old woman. She thinks the age-progression photos of her daughter make her look like a businesswoman — an image that doesn't fit.

"In my mind, she's always 20 years old," said Wegner, who lives in Winneconne. "That's how I picture her."

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Gary Hall of Wabash, Ind., believes his twin-brother Larry D. Hall, a suspected serial killer doing life in a Butner, N.C., federal psychiatric prison, has been questioned recently by investigators about Chavez and several other young women from the Midwest who disappeared or were murdered in the late 1980s to early 1990s.

Gary Hall said that in July he traveled to the Federal Correctional Complex at Butner where police investigators from Indianapolis met with his brother. Gary Hall said he was not present during the questioning but was "pretty sure" that Chavez came up during the interview. It was at least the second time this year that Larry Hall, 46, a former janitor, has been questioned by police.

Capt. Steve Johnson of the St. Clair County Sheriff's Department, said, "Investigator Pat Walters is in close contact with a detective from an Indiana homicide squad who has been in the process of interviewing a suspect. This suspect has given some information regarding the Summerfield murder."

Johnson said he could not discuss what was said by the suspect, who he declined to name.

Police attention was refocused on Larry Hall after a Playboy magazine article last year about a convicted drug dealer who agreed in 1998 to be placed in a maximum security prison for the purpose of befriending Larry Hall and enticing him to reveal where he buried Tricia Reitler of Olmstead Township, a community in Northeast Ohio. The 19-year-old disappeared in 1993 from the campus of Indiana Wesleyan University near Marion, Ind., when she took a break from writing a term paper to walk to a store for a can of root beer. Her clothes were found near the market.

According to a Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper article, Larry Hall was arrested a year later at Indiana Wesleyan, where Reitler had been a student. In his van, police found rope, a mask and several newspaper articles about Reitler. The story about his arrest stated that he confessed to killing Reitler, but his confession was not believed and he was released by local police.

In November 1994, he was charged with kidnapping 15-year-old Jessica Roach as she was riding her bicycle in a rural area near Georgetown, Ill., close to the Indiana border. Her decomposed remains were found in an Indiana cornfield, and Hall was arrested a few months after Roach disappeared when police near her hometown received complaints from other young girls that Larry Hall had been stalking them.

Larry Hall was convicted in federal court of kidnapping that resulted in death and was given life in prison. He killed Roach by sitting her against a tree and placing two belts linked together against her throat and then stepping behind the tree and pulling on both ends. A police report states he strangled her in this manner so he would not have to look at her face as she died.

At this time, according to news articles, Larry Hall was suspected of killing at least seven other young women and was the target of state and federal investigators. His confession in the Roach case contained admissions in the Reitler murder. But he was never charged and interest in him cooled until last year when the Playboy article brought national attention to the Reitler murder. However, he still has not been charged in her death.

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[link to caselaw.findlaw.com]

The legalese of his first conviction and lawyer games, overturned, retried, etc
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[link to maamodt.asp.radford.edu]

The long list of his suspected victims, white and hispanic young women.

Also a good breakdown of his pysch profile, i.e. bedwetter, speech impediment, abused by father, etc
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Thank you OP for posting this. I can remember searching for Lori years ago....
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I often wonder if across America there is a huge graveyard of all these missing persons. Tragic. Hopefully this one killer is done and can't harm anyone else.
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I often wonder if across America there is a huge graveyard of all these missing persons. Tragic. Hopefully this one killer is done and can't harm anyone else.
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If I remember correctly, there are between 200-300 operating serial killers just in the U.S.
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Killer may have ties to Alliance cold case Body dumped in Portage County

Larry DeWayne Hall had a checklist of sorts: get van ready, put curtains in windows, check colleges, buy more condoms, buy more tarps, buy two more belts and change license plates. He also reminded himself not to leave “forensic residues” and to have “no exposed carpet.”

On Oct. 9, 1994, the body of 20-year-old Kerry Ann Smith was discovered floating in the Tippecanoe River. She had been beaten, strangled and sexually mutiliated.

Among the notes recovered from Hall’s van was one bearing the word, Menominee, in his handwriting. Martin points out in his book that the Menominee Public Access Area is less than one-half mile upstream from where Smith’s body was dropped from a bridge.

Hall frequented re-enactment events in nearby Rochester, Martin added.

According to Martin, Hall was a Civil War re-enactor who visited Civil War battle and historic sites in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

“These murders occurred in areas where he was known to stalk. Hall confessed that he would spend hours driving around the area of those events,” the author explained.
In addition to historic locations in Carroll, Columbiana, Mahoning, Portage and Stark counties, Hartville would have been the site of a war re-enactment in August 1994, coinciding with Menendez’ disappearance. Hall also would frequent similar type festivals and encampments.

For example, in 1991, according to Martin, Hall visited a Civil War Days event in Michigan and a Johnny Appleseed Festival event in Indiana.

In the case of Sarah Boehm, she resided in Rochester, Pennsylvania, and disappeared a week after the Fourth of July 1994. Her body was found within a half mile of Menendez’ in November 1994.

Author Martin points out that U.S. Route 224, which passes near Alliance and Berlin Reservoir, almost runs in a straight line between Rochester and Wabash, Indiana, the town Hall called his home.

The murders and disappearances, which Martin also believes includes other incidents in Piqua, Cortland and even New Castle, Pennsylvania, fit Hall’s travel habits he says; however, often Hall would slightly modify his method of operation.

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Thank you OP for posting this. I can remember searching for Lori years ago....
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A note in his car said "Fox River". Seeing as he dumped the one body off of a bridge, into a river, maybe he dumped her near the fox river somewhere...is there some seasonally marshy area near the river? The investigators said in the presser that they were waiting for things to dry up to begin their search.
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A suspect in numerous unsolved murders of girls and young women, Hall dressed in the style of a 1950s greaser at one time. More recently, he participated in Civil War re-enactments and appeared as an extra in at least two films, Osborne said.

"I guess you would say there was something about him that he liked to live in the past," Osborne said.

Hall's attendance at the re-enactments of historic battles led authorities to suspect him in Depies' disappearance Aug. 21, 1992, days after a re-enactment in nearby Kaukauna.



The suspect seemed to live at the edge of reality, sleeping part of the day in a room at his parents' house and working nights as a janitor at an area credit union, said Osborne and other local residents.

Osborne, a former church organist, said Hall grew up in a house at the city cemetery and used to help his father, a cemetery caretaker, dig graves.

Osborne said he ended his friendship with Hall in the mid- 1980s after the suspect was arrested in connection with an arson at an abandoned factory.



But a 23-year-old woman who is Hall's second cousin said she was afraid to be alone with her relative.

"He had that quiet way of looking at you, like Jeffrey Dahmer," said Jennifer Johnson, of Wabash, who attended the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire to study criminology.

According to a news story in the Chronicle-Tribune, a newspaper in Marion, Ind., authorities in Wabash arrested Hall for allegedly stalking women in June and September.

In other, separate incidents, the newspaper reported:

{} In March, Hall's van allegedly was seen cruising slowly past teenage girls in Gas City, Ind. When police stopped the van for operating without a proper registration, they allegedly found a green ski mask, a 12-inch knife, two coils of rope, cotton balls and white gloves. They also discovered "several news articles about missing people, including (Tricia) Reitler," a 19-year-old student who disappeared a year earlier from Indiana Wesleyan University.

{} Hall came to the attention of authorities again in May, when two 14-year-old girls riding bikes in Georgetown allegedly were chased by Hall in his tan van. They said they got his license number after escaping into an alley that was too narrow for the van to enter.

{} A similar episode in Georgetown in October led to his arrest for attempted kidnapping.



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Thank you OP for posting this. I can remember searching for Lori years ago....
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A note in his car said "Fox River". Seeing as he dumped the one body off of a bridge, into a river, maybe he dumped her near the fox river somewhere...is there some seasonally marshy area near the river? The investigators said in the presser that they were waiting for things to dry up to begin their search.
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Yes..all along the Fox River right now is localized areas of flooding.
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Thank you OP for posting this. I can remember searching for Lori years ago....
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A note in his car said "Fox River". Seeing as he dumped the one body off of a bridge, into a river, maybe he dumped her near the fox river somewhere...is there some seasonally marshy area near the river? The investigators said in the presser that they were waiting for things to dry up to begin their search.
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Yes..all along the Fox River right now is localized areas of flooding.
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Aw geez. Okay, at first I'd thought "Fox River" was because she was followed from where he stalked her at the Fox River Mall. But yeah, it makes more sense that he'd be more interested in making his note on where he actually committed his crime and/or body disposal. Some nearby landmark to 'relive' the scenario.

Creepy how last year that dude from Minnesota travelled to the same mall and pretended he was a cop and lured/threatened with arrest to get her to go with him. Thank God she wasn't also taken.

My heart goes out to all the families of all the missing.

I hope they finally find Lori Depies for her family's sake. No family should have to endure that hell.

(wasn't there also rumors that she could have been buried in the hwy 41 construction?)
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I often wonder if across America there is a huge graveyard of all these missing persons. Tragic. Hopefully this one killer is done and can't harm anyone else.
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If I remember correctly, there are between 200-300 operating serial killers just in the U.S.
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operating? so this is a contract thing?
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[link to www.fdlreporter.com]

It says he's not currently linked to the murder of Berit Beck, however she also went missing outside of a mall in the same area 2 years before Lori Depies was taken after being followed from a mall.

Same M.O.! Cute young girl, taken as she's exiting or entering her vehicle - dude trolling for women at a mall where he has his pick of young gals to stalk.
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[link to www.fdlreporter.com]

It says he's not currently linked to the murder of Berit Beck, however she also went missing outside of a mall in the same area 2 years before Lori Depies was taken after being followed from a mall.

Same M.O.! Cute young girl, taken as she's exiting or entering her vehicle - dude trolling for women at a mall where he has his pick of young gals to stalk.
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I know, right!
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Wonder if he's also linked somehow to all those murders in the LaCrosse area of young men? Drownings? Maybe he's a real perv in addition to being a nasty killer.
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[link to www.wfrv.com]

This news video says the note said "Fox River Mall", so there's a discrepancy there, either my bad or a reporting error on somebody's part.
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Wonder if he's also linked somehow to all those murders in the LaCrosse area of young men? Drownings? Maybe he's a real perv in addition to being a nasty killer.
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Nah. Read some criminal psychology to understand they usually go after a certain type and kill them over and over again, figuratively, with each murder. Serial killers almost always target their own race, one gender or the other but I've never heard of one who went after both genders either/or.

Also this guy is small for a man, with a low IQ of only 80. A janitor. A speech impediment. Bullied in his school years. Not exactly the kind women would go for - though if he makes it to death row I'm sure he'll have many potential wives writing to him from trailer parks across America...

The dude targets the pretty young girls who reject him. He mutilates their abdominal regions/i.e. sex organs, has sex with them after they're dead. That's very specific. He's fixated on harming what he can't gain on his own for his sick gratifications, then discarding them/killing them as if they didn't matter - just like he could never matter to them. Even very young teen girls may have been his victims.

He went after women and girls he could physically take on.

Not strapping athletic college men!

The IQ that low is often linked with inability to solve problems well.
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[link to www.fdlreporter.com]

It says he's not currently linked to the murder of Berit Beck, however she also went missing outside of a mall in the same area 2 years before Lori Depies was taken after being followed from a mall.

Same M.O.! Cute young girl, taken as she's exiting or entering her vehicle - dude trolling for women at a mall where he has his pick of young gals to stalk.
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I know, right!
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Trying to remember if they ever caught the killer in that case in Green Bay where the gal was dumped by the bay in the marsh on the west side. That one creeped me out big time - I was moonlighting graveyard shift at an all night restaurant near there that night and thought oh my god, that killer could have come in here right after and I could have smiled and served him a nice meal.

It wasn't the Amber Wilde case, the case was way older than that one. Maybe the late 80s. I'd know the girl's name if I heard it.

I don't know how long they've been having the re-enactments up here too, but if the guy was really a buff it isn't a stretch to think he wouldn't have driven the extra 20 minutes to go see the Railroad Museum in Green Bay, or just spread out his crimes like that.
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Krueger and former DCI agent Dick McSherry traveled to Springfield, Ill., in 1995 to learn more from the FBI about Hall and the items seized from his house, vehicles and barn.
They were shown one large storage room "filled with clothes from floor to ceiling — women's clothing, girls' clothing," Krueger said. "It was everything from undergarments to pants to shirts to shoes to purses."

Despite all the items, Skorlinski, who replaced McSherry as regional homicide investigator in 1997, said authorities have not "come up with any unknown DNA to link him to any of these missing people."



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I wonder how many innocent, wrongly convicted boyfriends, ex-boyfriends, ex-husbands, fathers, cousins, brothers, across the country are in prison for these women's deaths. Some prosecutors probably just want to leave it alone.
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Krueger and former DCI agent Dick McSherry traveled to Springfield, Ill., in 1995 to learn more from the FBI about Hall and the items seized from his house, vehicles and barn.
They were shown one large storage room "filled with clothes from floor to ceiling — women's clothing, girls' clothing," Krueger said. "It was everything from undergarments to pants to shirts to shoes to purses."

Despite all the items, Skorlinski, who replaced McSherry as regional homicide investigator in 1997, said authorities have not "come up with any unknown DNA to link him to any of these missing people."



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I wonder how many innocent, wrongly convicted boyfriends, ex-boyfriends, ex-husbands, fathers, cousins, brothers, across the country are in prison for these women's deaths. Some prosecutors probably just want to leave it alone.
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Really great point!

They always think the love interest holds the motive, not some sick-in-the-head random stranger from hundreds of miles away.

More often than not it is the paramour who did the deed. However since there's hundreds of these freaks driving around out there it may be many more than we know.

Just look at how the rumors fly around missing Holly Bobo in Tennessee. Everybody speculating about it having to be her family until another woman came forward and described a similar abduction attempt shortly preceding Holly's abduction.

If the people ever fought they'll try to pin it on them...
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Police: Active search for Depies' body

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Police say they've received more than a dozen confessions from other people.
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Your police and courts are Mucking Forans . In my country he can only commit one crime and then he will be terminated !!
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De Wayne for middle name dhould be the first c,ue.
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he may have picked up the nasty necrophilia habit when he was digging graves as a kid.
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Laurie Depies mothers responds

news vid at link



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There's some talk that the killer doesn't like the fed mental hospital he's at in Carolina, and knows WI doesn't have the death penalty so he can't be killed for confessing to his wisconsin crime.

Anybody knows how that works? Let's say he confesses to this murder, let's them know where to find the body, then he's brought to WI for trial and convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole.

What would happen if he then confessed to murders in states that do have the death penalty? Would they send him to those states to be tried for his crimes? If they did, and if he was sentenced to death, would that supercede a life term in WI?

How does the court system deal with these fucks?
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There's some talk that the killer doesn't like the fed mental hospital he's at in Carolina, and knows WI doesn't have the death penalty so he can't be killed for confessing to his wisconsin crime.

Anybody knows how that works? Let's say he confesses to this murder, let's them know where to find the body, then he's brought to WI for trial and convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole.

What would happen if he then confessed to murders in states that do have the death penalty? Would they send him to those states to be tried for his crimes? If they did, and if he was sentenced to death, would that supercede a life term in WI?

How does the court system deal with these fucks?
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Good question! Maybe the trial should be held in Indiana where the majority of the murders have taken place? I knew Tricia..I went to school with her & her sisters. I wish I could visit this @$$hat ...I'd get the location out of him of where he dumped my friend.
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Re: Breaking: Midwestern Serial Killer of 30-40 MISSING Young Women, Larry DeWayne Hall, Giving up Locations of Dead!
he may have picked up the nasty necrophilia habit when he was digging graves as a kid.
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Anyone stop to think his brother may have helped him ? Also on this 80 IQ, it is said to be much harder to prove you are intelligent while very easy to prove you are stupid.I don't buy the 80 IQ evidently he is smart enough to keep detectives baffled.
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Re: Breaking: Midwestern Serial Killer of 30-40 MISSING Young Women, Larry DeWayne Hall, Giving up Locations of Dead!
Another thing their dad dug graves, they helped. Did the poilce bother to correlate the murders with burials taking place at that graveyard ? Wouldn't it be very easy for them to go in there dig up a fresh grave and put a body in the coffin with Mr. Jones or on top of the coffin then cover it back up ? I really believe someone helped him or at the least knew about these murders. I doubt someone with an 80 IQ would do something like this and not tell someone. What about the only male victim a friend of both the brothers ? Reckon they got drunk and said too much ? And the FBI returning all the crime evidence to the family ? WTH ? The father destroyed most of that but his brother has what's left I bet. There's two books about this Urges, Chronicles of a Serial Killer and In With The Devil by James Keene

Very interesting reads.

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