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Sandra

El Segundo, CA

#1 Mar 28, 2009
Does anyone remember the 1964 murder in Perry County?
Ralphie

El Segundo, CA

#2 Mar 29, 2009
What part of Perry County?
star pupil

Omaha, NE

#3 Mar 29, 2009
parobably ought to let this one alone.
Sandra

El Segundo, CA

#4 Mar 29, 2009
star pupil wrote:
parobably ought to let this one alone.
Why do you say that?
virgil norrington

Omaha, NE

#5 Mar 29, 2009
Sandra wrote:
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Why do you say that?
listen to star, let it be
I know I know

Saint Louis, MO

#6 Mar 29, 2009
Sandra wrote:
Does anyone remember the 1964 murder in Perry County?
What about in East Perry County on a Friday night.
Sandra

El Segundo, CA

#7 Mar 29, 2009
virgil norrington wrote:
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listen to star, let it be
Look Star and Virgil --- do you think you own this forum?

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#8 Mar 29, 2009
You can check the old papers on microfilm at the Library there could be something there
star pupil

Omaha, NE

#9 Mar 30, 2009
no, i just would let old stuff alone. someone want to talk about, be my guest.
Sandra

El Segundo, CA

#10 Mar 30, 2009
star pupil wrote:
no, i just would let old stuff alone. someone want to talk about, be my guest.
Be my guest! What arrogance!
I know I know

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Mar 30, 2009
Sandra - What do you know about this murder? Where did it take place and why?
Sandra

El Segundo, CA

#12 Mar 30, 2009
I know I know wrote:
Sandra - What do you know about this murder? Where did it take place and why?
Yes, I've heard it was around Yount but that's all I know.
Snickers

Troy, MO

#13 Mar 30, 2009
If Virgil says "drop it", I say it is something definitely worth looking at. Virgil seems to know something about everything, yet he is silent about this matter. This makes me want to leave work and look at all the deaths in 1964. Whatever happened, I hope it comes out. Someone lost a family member. The fact that a family may still be hurting because they did not get answers is enough reason not to let it go.
Dorsey Murder

Plymouth Meeting, PA

#14 Mar 30, 2009
Alvin L. Dorsey was shot to death in late August or Sept 1964. His funeral was at Bey Funeral Home with Rev. Hildon Kindred officiating. He was buried at Doris Cemetery in Madison County. He was born June 27, 1905 in Wayne County, a son of John and Hattie (Stroup) Dorsey. He was not married. He was survived by a sister, Mrs. E. M. Wilkinson of Cape Girardeau.. He lived on Route J, less than a mile from HWY 51. He was shot twice from the outside of his house and from different windows. It appears robbery was not the motive as nearly $700.00 was found on his body. Discovery of the body was made by a Mr. Carl Conrad, a neighbor. As far as I know this is a "cold case."

Does anyone remember this man or have any further information?
Sandra

El Segundo, CA

#15 Mar 30, 2009
Dorsey Murder wrote:
Alvin L. Dorsey was shot to death in late August or Sept 1964. His funeral was at Bey Funeral Home with Rev. Hildon Kindred officiating. He was buried at Doris Cemetery in Madison County. He was born June 27, 1905 in Wayne County, a son of John and Hattie (Stroup) Dorsey. He was not married. He was survived by a sister, Mrs. E. M. Wilkinson of Cape Girardeau.. He lived on Route J, less than a mile from HWY 51. He was shot twice from the outside of his house and from different windows. It appears robbery was not the motive as nearly $700.00 was found on his body. Discovery of the body was made by a Mr. Carl Conrad, a neighbor. As far as I know this is a "cold case."
Does anyone remember this man or have any further information?
Thank you...but how do you have this information?
virgil norrington

Omaha, NE

#16 Mar 30, 2009
Sandra wrote:
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Be my guest! What arrogance!
not arrogance. looks like you got your information. now i would just let it die, no pun intended. somethings are just better left alone.
Whack

El Segundo, CA

#17 Mar 31, 2009
Dorsey Murder wrote:
Alvin L. Dorsey was shot to death in late August or Sept 1964. His funeral was at Bey Funeral Home with Rev. Hildon Kindred officiating. He was buried at Doris Cemetery in Madison County. He was born June 27, 1905 in Wayne County, a son of John and Hattie (Stroup) Dorsey. He was not married. He was survived by a sister, Mrs. E. M. Wilkinson of Cape Girardeau.. He lived on Route J, less than a mile from HWY 51. He was shot twice from the outside of his house and from different windows. It appears robbery was not the motive as nearly $700.00 was found on his body. Discovery of the body was made by a Mr. Carl Conrad, a neighbor. As far as I know this is a "cold case."
Does anyone remember this man or have any further information?
Does anyone work for the sheriff....wondering if this case was ever solved?
I know I know

Saint Louis, MO

#18 Mar 31, 2009
I am curious about why Virgil/Star Pupil doesn't want anyone talking about this!
Quo Vadis

El Segundo, CA

#19 Mar 31, 2009
Virg is trying to be coy.
star pupil

Bovina, TX

#20 Mar 31, 2009
Whack wrote:
<quoted text> Does anyone work for the sheriff....wondering if this case was ever solved?
as solved as they wanted it to be.

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