Unsolved Murders in Caldwell County, NC
Just Wondering

United States

#83 Nov 18, 2009
Good morning Lee, and everyone else. Bumping to the top.
Lee

AOL

#84 Nov 23, 2009
Just Wondering wrote:
Good morning Lee, and everyone else. Bumping to the top.
JW, I hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving and likewise a Happy Thanks to all on this forum!
Just Wondering

United States

#85 Nov 23, 2009
Thanks, Lee. Hey, Maggie isn't here; that's reason in itself to be thankful. hehehe!
Lee

AOL

#86 Dec 3, 2009
Just Wondering wrote:
Thanks, Lee. Hey, Maggie isn't here; that's reason in itself to be thankful. hehehe!
Good Morning JW! Now tell me, You would miss Maggie if she went away....huh?
Just Wondering

United States

#87 Dec 3, 2009
Phffffttts and snorts!
Glad you posted; I was wondering who would do it first ;-)
Front and center, everyone!!!
Sweetiepie

Manteo, NC

#88 Dec 3, 2009
I think there should be specific questions re the unsolved murders in Caldwell County asked at the first forum for Sheriff candidates. Hey Lee and JW....JW you
know you just love Maggie like the rest of us do.
Just Wondering

United States

#89 Dec 4, 2009
Sweetiepie wrote:
I think there should be specific questions re the unsolved murders in Caldwell County asked at the first forum for Sheriff candidates. Hey Lee and JW....JW you
know you just love Maggie like the rest of us do.
;-)
I agree about the questions. Would be very interested in the answers or lack of them.

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#90 Dec 10, 2009
Just Wondering wrote:
And there's one unsolved murder which was kept to the fore in a thread here, in hopes that the SD would see that it isn't going away, and try harder to solve it. However there are some who WANT it gone and have taken steps to see to it. It makes you wonder WHY!!!!!!! This is a good question re: how many unsolved murders there are here. I wonder too.
I started this thread for anyone who is interested in discussing unsolved murders in our county. Any small talk on this thread is welcome, because it only bumps the thread, and reinserts the question. Please feel free to hang out here with your friends. I know that you and I have had our differences in the past, but we are on the “same page” on this issue.
Notsohardtofigur e

Holly Springs, NC

#91 Dec 10, 2009
No blood in the truck bed in SC, blood in the truck bed in NC . How did that happen and Who had possession of the vehicle?
Sweetiepie

Manteo, NC

#92 Dec 10, 2009
Not processing truck in SC because the wind was blowing and then bring the truck up the road at 60 miles per hr. Allowing non law enforcement person to maybe contaminate evidence around truck and farm. Not even going to SC to look for evidence until trial started.Ignoring people coming forward with possibly pertinent info. Ingnoring glasses found at motel. It has to have been one of the most botched cases of the century.
To answer you question I think it was a Keen Body Shop.
Country Girl

Columbia, KY

#93 Dec 14, 2009
Notsohardtofigure wrote:
No blood in the truck bed in SC, blood in the truck bed in NC . How did that happen and Who had possession of the vehicle?
I have been watching this and other forums since they were
started. I agree with those who think that Emily's case was badly
botched by the law enforcement officials who worked it. In my
opinion, the blood could have gotten in to the truck bed in
a couple of different ways. The body of Emily could have been
placed there after leaving South Carolina and the blood leaked
into the bed area. If she was already in the truck before
it left South Carolina, the movement of transporting the truck
could have possibly caused any pooled blood to have leaked into
the bed. This would be especially possible if the truck was transported on a rollback, which could have caused the truck to be
in an almost vertical position as it was being loaded. I grew up
on a farm. We had pickups with tool boxes. The box doors rapidly
became unable to maintain a good seal due to wear and tear of
daily driving over rough surfaces. When this occurred, water
would often be in the tool box after a hard rain. When this
happened we generally drilled holes in the bottom of the
box at the lowest level to allow for water to drip out into the
bed. Whether Emily's truck would have had this or not, I do no
know. Many farmers that I knew who had toolboxes used similar
methods of draining the box. If Emily's toolbox had a hole or
holes, then the movement of the truck as it was being loaded
and unloaded could have caused the blood to drip out. Remember
that there was a flat tire on the front of the truck which would
have caused the front end of the truck to be on a downward slant.
Any movement or raising of the truck, even to change a tire, would
have created a different elevation of the toolbox. I don't know if
any of this would have happened, but maybe it could be an answer to
Notsohardtofigure's question.
Sweetiepie

Manteo, NC

#94 Dec 14, 2009
County Girl...you made some great points. I maybe wrong but it seems to me that their was no blood in the toolbox when they opened it. Please correct me if I'm wrong. I wonder, also, since the LE insistes that Emily was murdered some 8 days before the truck was found and with flat tire the truck ould have caused the body to drain. When the toolbo was take off the truck, you would have thought htat there would have been on the bottom of the toolbox (using your theory.There is so much that doesn't make sense. Thanks for posting County Gril!
Curious

Mount Airy, NC

#95 Oct 8, 2012
Interesting wrote:
<quoted text>
I never knew that WG and EA shared the same Month and day of death. Could they be connected? I think Wilma was raped, was Emily?
That is a very good question Dec. 29th is a very big coincidence ive seen many movies and seen things on the internet about serial killers, and sometimes, it is the same day and same mo. and are connected. Like something transpired in the killers life on that very day that makes them want to kill on that month and day. Wonder if they was other murders on that month and day in other counties ??
Curious

Mount Airy, NC

#96 Oct 8, 2012
i dont see Emily on the link to the Caldwell County cold cases? i seen Sandra and Wilma........did they find the murderer or close the case?
Anonymous

Lenoir, NC

#97 Oct 15, 2012
Curious wrote:
i dont see Emily on the link to the Caldwell County cold cases? i seen Sandra and Wilma........did they find the murderer or close the case?
They should have took wilma's off the cold cases, her murderer died a couple of years back. I hate crimes that go usolved.
TSF

Kenly, NC

#98 Oct 16, 2012
Pour out some blood from anything. Leave it for 8 days. Look at it again. It doesnt pour because it has coagulated within hours of being poured out. So the driver that picked up the body for transport said that there was liquid blood, no odor and no body stiffness. That would be consistent with a VERY recent death (hours). So who had possession of the vehicle during the time of death and what does that tell you about why the case was botched?
Country Girl wrote:
<quoted text>
I have been watching this and other forums since they were
started. I agree with those who think that Emily's case was badly
botched by the law enforcement officials who worked it. In my
opinion, the blood could have gotten in to the truck bed in
a couple of different ways. The body of Emily could have been
placed there after leaving South Carolina and the blood leaked
into the bed area. If she was already in the truck before
it left South Carolina, the movement of transporting the truck
could have possibly caused any pooled blood to have leaked into
the bed. This would be especially possible if the truck was transported on a rollback, which could have caused the truck to be
in an almost vertical position as it was being loaded. I grew up
on a farm. We had pickups with tool boxes. The box doors rapidly
became unable to maintain a good seal due to wear and tear of
daily driving over rough surfaces. When this occurred, water
would often be in the tool box after a hard rain. When this
happened we generally drilled holes in the bottom of the
box at the lowest level to allow for water to drip out into the
bed. Whether Emily's truck would have had this or not, I do no
know. Many farmers that I knew who had toolboxes used similar
methods of draining the box. If Emily's toolbox had a hole or
holes, then the movement of the truck as it was being loaded
and unloaded could have caused the blood to drip out. Remember
that there was a flat tire on the front of the truck which would
have caused the front end of the truck to be on a downward slant.
Any movement or raising of the truck, even to change a tire, would
have created a different elevation of the toolbox. I don't know if
any of this would have happened, but maybe it could be an answer to
Notsohardtofigure's question.
You know it all

Lenoir, NC

#99 Oct 16, 2012
TSF wrote:
Pour out some blood from anything. Leave it for 8 days. Look at it again. It doesnt pour because it has coagulated within hours of being poured out. So the driver that picked up the body for transport said that there was liquid blood, no odor and no body stiffness. That would be consistent with a VERY recent death (hours). So who had possession of the vehicle during the time of death and what does that tell you about why the case was botched?
<quoted text>
TSF, I didn't know you are a homicide expert also...I thought all you specialize in is politics. It must be nice to know everything!
TSF

Kenly, NC

#100 Oct 16, 2012
No expertise needed to figure that one out captain, just common sense.
You know it all wrote:
<quoted text>
TSF, I didn't know you are a homicide expert also...I thought all you specialize in is politics. It must be nice to know everything!
Lenoir

Lenoir, NC

#101 Oct 16, 2012
calloway 50 wrote:
<quoted text>They should have took wilma's off the cold cases, her murderer died a couple of years back. I hate crimes that go usolved.
Not both of them they still need to drill the oldest son he knows what happened him and Jimmy were in Wilma's house the night she died ! Maybe he will fess up before he too leaves this world.
Anonymous

Lenoir, NC

#102 Oct 17, 2012
Lenoir wrote:
<quoted text>
Not both of them they still need to drill the oldest son he knows what happened him and Jimmy were in Wilma's house the night she died ! Maybe he will fess up before he too leaves this world.
Can you tell me how you know this about my aunt wilma.

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