Louise Chaput unsolved murder
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Since: Nov 08

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#21 Apr 29, 2010
It looks like it was posted on March 4th so it isn't exactly new information. Makes me wonder if its at that 85% threshold. Its another month and one half and nothing more.

Thanks Anne. I looked around and couldn't find it.

Lets hope for the best.

Bill
Anne

Peacham, VT

#22 Apr 30, 2010
All I did to find it was a google search for Louise Chaput murder. Then I pulled up one of the first ones that had the 2010 year on it. I bet this is the work of the CCU, which would be great. Hopefully, there will be more news soon.

Since: Oct 09

Rural N.H.

#23 May 8, 2010
Anne wrote:
theresaallore.com/2010/03/a-su spect-in-the-louise-chaput-col d-case/
Wowzer, this is all I could find on it. I hope this link works.
What I find odd is that in most murder case's when they have DNA they make an arrest. I really wonder about the circumstances and information.
rozShoem

United States

#24 Feb 3, 2011
WTH-the-original wrote:
Wait a minute. You need to help me here. Are we talking about murders or are we talking about disappearances or are we talking about accidents or are we talking about solved cases? I get confused when we lump them all together as some want to do. You say that it was suspicious Pauline Clarks drowning. It apparently was a drowning, why suspicious, other than to you? Case closed. Did Louise Chaput die from drowning under supposed mysterious circumstance or was it simply a murder that is being investigated? Then we look at dates, and some people like to include a death from the 60’s and I guess expect that the same person is responsible for the disappearance last year. One might be a 45 year old man who disappeared in the 1960’s and the other a 20 year old girl who disappeared 100 miles away and yet a third whose case was solved as a drowning death. It’s called a red herring because it really doesn’t look like it should be in the same pool, kinda sticks out. But, some people MUST have them all lumped together, even the solved ones, because if they don’t, the whole weak premise falls apart. So irrational thought is again King.
Bill
Bill,
Take your pick.....disappearances, homicides, suspected homicides, missing persons...lumped together or unlumped. The blanket statment that everyone who is found (their remains are found)was a runaway or a suicide is insane. You mention Louise Chaput possibly drowning? Well, if she did drown,and you are attempting to portray this as a suicide....she must have stabbed herself several times before taking the plunge, Bill. She was found in Pinkham Notch in November 2001 and her body had multiple stab wounds. Louise Chaput's death WAS ruled a homicide (this ruling was based on an autopsy). I agree...not all of the cases dating to the 1960s are related. Beginning w/Theresa R's case in 1991, there are several which appear to be related. In my opinion, Theresa had conversation with the fellow who stabbed her within a few weeks of her death (either by phone or in person). Going into her apartment was highly unusual for him as it appears he identifies and approaches his victims in a much different way. Just my theory, opinion, but it would seem highly probable that MM, LC, TR, SR, PW and CF crossed paths with the same guy. Regarding Theresa R....it seems she may have spoken with him shortly before the date she was murdered. In her work capacity she may have spoken with him. Chances are great that she did not accurately assess that this guy was (is) dangerous. No one has. He may not have presented as angry, upset because he is very much in control. It is for this very reason that he remains free. Just because he knew what authorities would look for to conclude someone had not broken into Theresa's apartment, everyone believed the murderer was someone she knew. This fellow has been "on the road" since 1989 in terms of the above cases. This does not mean he was not out cruising the highways prior to 1989. These are theories only...but theories that are logical given existing information.

Since: Nov 08

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#25 Feb 3, 2011
rozShoem wrote:
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Bill,
Take your pick.....disappearances, homicides, suspected homicides, missing persons...lumped together or unlumped. The blanket statment that everyone who is found (their remains are found)was a runaway or a suicide is insane.
This is the problem. You cannot lump all of them together as much as some wish. Doing that is not only unscientific, its illogical and a total misrepresentation of the facts. The only thing it does accomplish is to show that someone is willing to say and do anything to try to make a case and in the long run destroys your reputation and totally destroys their credibility. That is why professionals check very carefully when claiming connections.

Where and when did I ever say that Louise Chaput was anything but murder? Everyone knows it was murder. She was not the one who drowned.

Bill
Beagle

Amherst, MA

#26 Feb 3, 2011
Was Louise Chaput a genetic counselor?

Was she meeting a Master that weekend?
rozShoem

United States

#27 Feb 6, 2011
WTH-the-original wrote:
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This is the problem. You cannot lump all of them together as much as some wish. Doing that is not only unscientific, its illogical and a total misrepresentation of the facts. The only thing it does accomplish is to show that someone is willing to say and do anything to try to make a case and in the long run destroys your reputation and totally destroys their credibility. That is why professionals check very carefully when claiming connections.
Where and when did I ever say that Louise Chaput was anything but murder? Everyone knows it was murder. She was not the one who drowned.
Bill
Bill,
YOU were the one who asked if Louise C. drowned. I responded to you stating that if she did drown she evidentally had stabbed herself before drowning. I know that she did not drown. Her body had multiple stab wounds and she was found in the woods ...just like many others in a radius of 50 miles whose bodies have been found in the woods. Some have disappeared but have never been found. This does not mean that their bodies are not in the White Mountain area. Other bodies have been found in other areas of NH...mostly wooded areas. Also, I am not "lumping" all cases together. However, I believe the same perpetrator is involved in many of these cases. Given the proximity of some of those who have disappeared (their last known location or their abandoned vehicle's location) to the location of remains of victim's who have been found, I suspect these cases are related.

Since: Nov 08

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#28 Feb 6, 2011
rozShoem wrote:
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Bill,
YOU were the one who asked if Louise C. drowned. I responded to you stating that if she did drown she evidentally had stabbed herself before drowning.
Never asked any such thing. I know how she died. You need to read closer what I write.

Bill
Rudy

Ithaca, NY

#31 May 2, 2013
Mung

Ithaca, NY

#32 May 4, 2013
Air Cav

Ithaca, NY

#33 May 30, 2013
was this killing random or was it from someone she had seen professionally?

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