Intriguing unsolved mystery

Intriguing unsolved mystery

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intrigued

Louisville, KY

#1 Aug 17, 2010
What is the most intriguing unsolved mystery in Horse Cave. I'm tired of reading about the mayor, city council, etc. Let's talk some "real" stuff.
HUH

Glasgow, KY

#2 Aug 17, 2010
What do you want? Ghost stories? Mysterious disappearances? Alien abductions?

What kind of "real stuff" do you want. It doesn't get any real-er than reality.

Are you one of those people that believe these 'reality shows' are really true?
Interesting

Glasgow, KY

#3 Aug 18, 2010
Read the Polly Parrot post
Intrigued

Louisville, KY

#4 Aug 18, 2010
Interesting wrote:
Read the Polly Parrot post
While the "Polly Parrot" story is quite interesting, I know that there are plenty of other "intriguing" mysteries around Horse Cave. I've heard bits and pieces throughout the years, but can't remember much specifically. I'm mainly interested in things that happened prior to 1970. I'm tellin' ya....they's plenty of ghosts in that thar town!!!! I can feel'em every time I walk down the street or go into one of the old buildings....hahaha.
dutch

Glasgow, KY

#5 Aug 18, 2010
Intrigued wrote:
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While the "Polly Parrot" story is quite interesting, I know that there are plenty of other "intriguing" mysteries around Horse Cave. I've heard bits and pieces throughout the years, but can't remember much specifically. I'm mainly interested in things that happened prior to 1970. I'm tellin' ya....they's plenty of ghosts in that thar town!!!! I can feel'em every time I walk down the street or go into one of the old buildings....hahaha.
the mystery is finding out who murdered arlene grubbs and gladys sanders husband.both were killed in cold blood and no arrests have ever been made,and never will as far as im concerned.heres the mystery you wanted,solve it.
Interesting

Glasgow, KY

#6 Aug 18, 2010
dutch wrote:
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the mystery is finding out who murdered arlene grubbs and gladys sanders husband.both were killed in cold blood and no arrests have ever been made,and never will as far as im concerned.heres the mystery you wanted,solve it.
I have to TOTALLY AGREE with you,
And it is a Sad shame that these haven't been resolved.
Intrigued

Louisville, KY

#7 Aug 18, 2010
Interesting wrote:
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I have to TOTALLY AGREE with you,
And it is a Sad shame that these haven't been resolved.
Yes, it is a shame! I think it could be solved, if the right people would talk. But that probably will never happen, sadly. In my opinion, there's a lot of stuff that happens around Horse Cave that is swept under the rug. Will that ever change???? I'd be afraid to live around that town. Too many crooks!!!!
dutch

Glasgow, KY

#8 Aug 18, 2010
Interesting wrote:
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I have to TOTALLY AGREE with you,
And it is a Sad shame that these haven't been resolved.
gladys sanders husband first name was jim i think and i cant recall his last name but it wasnt sanders.that is earl and elvis and terrys mother.they found him beat to death,and i mean he had the sh!t beat out of him.

arlenes murder will never be solved,i have talked to state police about it,and they say that they think it will never be solved unless someone just starts talking.alot of people think several people are involved,but i think it was just one,two at the most.
tom biscardi

Glasgow, KY

#9 Aug 19, 2010
What about BIGFOOT? Any one had any BIGFOOT sightings lately. Come on come forward don't be ashamed. Let's here the story and let's get to the bottom of this mystery.
Intrigued

Louisville, KY

#10 Aug 19, 2010
tom biscardi wrote:
What about BIGFOOT? Any one had any BIGFOOT sightings lately. Come on come forward don't be ashamed. Let's here the story and let's get to the bottom of this mystery.
Oh, I don't believe in Big Foot, but when there's an unsolved murder, mysterious disappearance---things like that----then IT IS real. What about recluses that nobody knows anything about? There has got to be mystery surrounding them. What about new people who move into town and nobody can find out their background? etc,etc,etc. One never knows who their neighbors really are...lol.
Interesting

Glasgow, KY

#11 Aug 19, 2010
Intrigued wrote:
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Yes, it is a shame! I think it could be solved, if the right people would talk. But that probably will never happen, sadly. In my opinion, there's a lot of stuff that happens around Horse Cave that is swept under the rug. Will that ever change???? I'd be afraid to live around that town. Too many crooks!!!!
This is SERIOUS, And there must be someone that knows something more.
Intrigued

Louisville, KY

#12 Aug 19, 2010
Interesting wrote:
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This is SERIOUS, And there must be someone that knows something more.
You bet,it's serious! I'm sure there are plenty of people who know exactly what happened and who done it, but are afraid to talk....afraid they'll be next. I just think that there are those people in law enforcement that for whatever reason, don't care and don't want it solved.
well

Edmonton, KY

#13 Aug 19, 2010
dutch wrote:
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gladys sanders husband first name was jim i think and i cant recall his last name but it wasnt sanders.that is earl and elvis and terrys mother.they found him beat to death,and i mean he had the sh!t beat out of him.
arlenes murder will never be solved,i have talked to state police about it,and they say that they think it will never be solved unless someone just starts talking.alot of people think several people are involved,but i think it was just one,two at the most.
PERKINS WAS HIS LAST NAME
dutch

Glasgow, KY

#14 Aug 19, 2010
well wrote:
<quoted text>PERKINS WAS HIS LAST NAME
you are absolutely right,jem perkins was his name,i could not think of it to save my life.thanks for posting that.jim perkins,you are correct.thanks alot.
Sandy

Cave City, KY

#15 Aug 19, 2010
Unsolved murders don't just happen in Horse Cave. I came here from Florida where a relative, a mother of five little children, was murdered with her 8-year-old son in the next room. That has never been solved. One day I vented my spleen about it on the "Love Doctors" radio show. A paychis who was in the studio at the time of my call recognized my voice. I got a call from the local police there trying to assure me that everything was being done that could be done. Although he couldn't come right out and tell me who they suspected, they said they had an agent in NY as we spoke investigating, and that told me who. However, it is still an unsolved mystery. The whole family would like to have some closure, but that may never happen, sadly.

No, Horse Cave isn't the only place that has unsolved crimes. That's why I wholly support the second amendment.
intrigued

Louisville, KY

#16 Aug 19, 2010
Sandy wrote:
Unsolved murders don't just happen in Horse Cave. I came here from Florida where a relative, a mother of five little children, was murdered with her 8-year-old son in the next room. That has never been solved. One day I vented my spleen about it on the "Love Doctors" radio show. A paychis who was in the studio at the time of my call recognized my voice. I got a call from the local police there trying to assure me that everything was being done that could be done. Although he couldn't come right out and tell me who they suspected, they said they had an agent in NY as we spoke investigating, and that told me who. However, it is still an unsolved mystery. The whole family would like to have some closure, but that may never happen, sadly.
No, Horse Cave isn't the only place that has unsolved crimes. That's why I wholly support the second amendment.
Yes, I agree that there are unsolved crimes everywhere. The reason I am interested in unsolved mysteries in Horse Cave is that Horse Cave is my hometown. I just think law enforcement could do more to solve these and all "unsolved crimes". I guess people are afraid to tell what they know for fear of retaliation. I am sorry for your situation. I'm sure it has to be pure hell. In the meantime, we need more law enforcement officials who are not afraid to go after the bad guys.
intrigued

Louisville, KY

#17 Aug 19, 2010
I am wondering why the Perkins case and Grubbs case (and Coffey case) have never been featured on America's Most Wanted. Are the local police afraid to call in the big guys? Why has the FBI not been involved? If the local boys can't handle a case, why don't they call in somebody who can handle it?
Colby

Springfield, MO

#18 Aug 19, 2010
If you really want to check into something, check into something that happened in Rowletts several years back (20-25 years) when someone was dragged down the road and it was ruled an "accident". Obviously Rowletts isn't Horse Cave, but if you're really looking for something...
WHITE BUFFALO

Horse Cave, KY

#19 Aug 20, 2010
the FBI was called in on the grubbs murder but could never find anything conclusive which is alot of bull one of his own employees knows alot more then he told
dutch

Glasgow, KY

#20 Aug 20, 2010
Colby wrote:
If you really want to check into something, check into something that happened in Rowletts several years back (20-25 years) when someone was dragged down the road and it was ruled an "accident". Obviously Rowletts isn't Horse Cave, but if you're really looking for something...
you are talking about jack logsdon,they claim he was standing up in the back of a truck and fell backwards and got hung up in a netted tailgate.its a bunch of bull but there wasnt enough evidence to charge anybody,he was so high on drugs at the time that they ruled it an accident.there are people today that know what happened that night,but they are all sticking to their story.i saw where one of them was just indicted for attempted murder this past month.

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