What happened to the Mullendore Murde...
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#21 Oct 3, 2008
Several days have gone by with no comments on this web site,,,,where are you? Boomer Sooner are you through with your comments?
I think if they could reconstruct a duplication of the room E.C. was killed in, do a set up of who was standing where, then a ballistics expert might know how far away the shooter was from Chub and what angle the bullet would have entered Chub's arm ,using the science of motion and impact of the projectile. Might be worth a try, Chub still has a scar.
Don

Coffeyville, KS

#22 Oct 4, 2008
Unless he was in on it, and Chub was more then likley drunk and they were hoping it would be blamed on him.
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#23 Oct 4, 2008
I think that if Chub were drunk people would have noticed that night, at the hospital etc. More than likely E.C. was drunk,he had been drinking all day. Maybe tempers flared and things got out of hand. Just as simple as that!
hon

Salina, KS

#24 Oct 6, 2008
wow, boomer sooner sure is quite now. I still think it was chub. for what ever reason. i still have the idea, e.c. paid chub to help in him in a suicide. insurance would not pay if it was suicide but would for murder. jmo
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#25 Oct 6, 2008
Yes I would think Boomer Sooner would have a lot to say after reading all these comments! Remember he knows what happened!

Since: Sep 08

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#26 Oct 6, 2008
Told you he was full of [email protected]!
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#27 Oct 7, 2008
The more I think about the suicide theory, the more impractical it seems. Chub did not live like a man with a wind fall of money. He ran instead. Don't think he had a very exciting life after that night.
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#28 Oct 7, 2008
Kansas Cowgirl wrote:
Told you he was full of s#

@t!
To Kansas Cowgirl, Please go to the other forum,under Rancher E.C. Mullendore, and tell me what you think about the comments of Nosey Nellie. It is very incriminating against Mullendore IV. I hope it is not true.
hon

Salina, KS

#29 Oct 7, 2008
Carolyn Phillips wrote:
The more I think about the suicide theory, the more impractical it seems. Chub did not live like a man with a wind fall of money. He ran instead. Don't think he had a very exciting life after that night.
what history do you know about chub after the murder?
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#30 Oct 7, 2008
hon wrote:
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what history do you know about chub after the murder?
The answer would be, first the book ,The Mullendore Murder Case, second talking to sheriff Waymon, and Rudy Briggs, numerous times, who were at the scene of the crime that night. The assistant to Bill Kurtis, American Justice, her name is Michelle, she has met Chub in person, and then several newspaper reporters who were interested in the crime, one of which also talked to sheriff Wayman. Looking up news paper accounts after Chub was convicted of illegal drugs and idenity theft, brought back to Kansas,etc. The articles where Chub told what he had been doing all those years in his own words. Wish I could talk to Chub. I know he is very ill.

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#31 Oct 7, 2008
I don't know about the molesting thing. But, I will say this. I lived in Sedan for a while and the boys do live off of momma! They are not what you call fine upstanding citizens. I do think very highly of the wives. They were good people. I also can't imagine someone calling them self 'nosey' being credible. But, stranger things have happened. And I think that if it were true or not, Mrs. EC would at least say something about it! Thinking maybe a s#$t stirrer! Like they say don't believe anything you hear and only half of what you see!!:)
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#32 Oct 9, 2008
Kansas Cowgirl wrote:
I don't know about the molesting thing. But, I will say this. I lived in Sedan for a while and the boys do live off of momma! They are not what you call fine upstanding citizens. I do think very highly of the wives. They were good people. I also can't imagine someone calling them self 'nosey' being credible. But, stranger things have happened. And I think that if it were true or not, Mrs. EC would at least say something about it! Thinking maybe a s#$t stirrer! Like they say don't believe anything you hear and only half of what you see!!:)
Thank you for your reply. I do realize you never know what you get on the internet. I am sincere about wishing this case were solved. You have read all the reasons why. I do not even care now if he does not go to prison,,,just wish he would tell the people who worked the case what happened.
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#33 Oct 14, 2008
Days have gone by and with all the other cares in this world, the Mullendore murder case has slipped away once more.

I would like to appeal to anyone who has contact with Chub Anderson to ask him if he would consider writing down what really happened on the night of the murder. He could give it to an attorney to be opened after his death. Thus ending the drama of this case and putting it to rest for family and all law enforcement who have waited years to have this resolved! I believe Chub has carried this burden for years! E.C. Mullendore deserves, no matter what people thought of him, to have justice served and to rest in peace.
TRAVIS

United States

#34 Oct 16, 2008
Sure is creepy when you go to that old house!!
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#35 Oct 16, 2008
TRAVIS wrote:
Sure is creepy when you go to that old house!!
The word creepy does not come to mind for me, but interesting does. Have you kept up on this case through the years? It is a puzzle, one I wish were solved. I have never been to the house but I would love for Chub to walk us through and recall his memories of that night.
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#36 Nov 3, 2008
Boomer Sooner are you not ever going to put a message on this web page again? How is your friend Chub? Is he ready to get this off his chest?
John

Catoosa, OK

#37 Nov 3, 2008
If you want to talk to Chub Anderson go to the Gunny Sack or the Caney Kitchen he is in there almost every morning. He drives a early nintes chevy step side, maroon in color. You could also go to the office of the old Caney Castings building, that is his residence.

Everyone has said it a hundred times on here just everyone keeps dancing back around it. Chub and E.C. were fighting at the Caney Race track. E.C. was so drunk he could hardly stand up, trying to get in a stock car and drive on mechanics night. When they left numerious peoples stated they were fighting with each other.

Rumor has it that Chub was a womanizer and either did or was accused of screwing around with E.C.'s wife. Fight insued E.C. shot Chub, Chub took the gun away and killed E.C.

I'm not saying the cops were idiots, they just never dealt with a case of this magnitude. Stupid mistakes were made in crime scene protections and here we are today. Its easy to believe mob, disgruntled family and gunman on a grassy knolls. It was a fight between to good friends that turned really bad.

Truth betold I believe with every fiber of my body it was Chub Anderson and he sure the hell is not going to spend his remaining days in prison.

Chub lived life on the edge and now is spending his remaining days wasting away in a abondoned foundry with nothing to show for it. Old friends help him get by and thats where it will end.

No wants to believe that but no ones trying to change that out come either. Besides you Mrs. Phillips
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#38 Nov 4, 2008
John, Believe it or not, my motives to want this crime solved were not out of hate but for justice. I agree with you 100 percent. I am sure they were fighting and E.C. was drunk and angry. Chub paid his dues as a man servent to E.C. ,he gave his pound of flesh putting up with E.C. and his eccentric family. My problem has always been all the lies. So sir, as you have stated, Chub has paid for that crime in other ways,,not prison. Can you not understand how hard it is to know someone has gotten away with murder, even if it was not premeditated. It is just a hard pill to swallow.
John

Coweta, OK

#39 Nov 4, 2008
I think we miss understood each other. Its not that I don't think he belongs behind bars. I agree with you one hundred percent. I don't care that there are alot of people around here that love him. A crook is a crook if you do a crime you need to serve the time.

He was a cattle theif, a drug dealer and I believe a murderer. He belongs one place. It discuss me to see him shuffle his way out of the Gunny Sack and hear people whisper about what a great guy he is. My dad being one of them. He hadn't seen him since the seventies and he still talks about how great he was.

People in this country truly show their lack of intelligence when they support criminal behavior.

If it was some young thug sporting red or blue colors with a bag of dope in his pocket and doing drive by's everyone says hang him. When everyone sees Chub they see the good ole cowboy next door that wouldn't rat and have your back in a jam. They relate and that makes it alright. It justifies it for them.

It will be a brighter day when he quits soaking up my oxygen. I hope you get your answers you are looking for before then.
Carolyn Phillips

Dalhart, TX

#40 Nov 4, 2008
John I am amazed at your answer. Thank you. Sheriff Waymon and Rudy Briggs, who were there that night, wanted so badly for the truth to come out. Chub promised the sheriff that on his death bed,,that would be Chub's, he would tell George Waymon the truth. Well as we know he probably will die and not keep that promise. Who knows who will die first.
I am also tired of everyone who says Chub is a good ole boy,, so what! We know how most of them are,,they are A-holes!

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