Three missing women at Cox South
SunHawk

United States

#3755 Feb 4, 2013
Skeptic wrote:
<quoted text> we can only speculate that you are a major fraud.
Bring your negative minded energy down here and we will prove you wrong. Or are you scared?
SunHawk

United States

#3756 Feb 4, 2013
fresheyes wrote:
<quoted text>
If he is it is likely a case of dots not feathers...
Check six
It is likely that you are crosseyed, seeing dots, and turkey ass feather's. You seem to know a lot about peyote. Never heard of any Native American smoking it. With your experience did you see'Mescalito?' Better yet, did you see beyond your narrow minded nose? Turn your negative energy into posite energy and get down here and help us with the investigation. Walk in the light soldier.
SunHawk

United States

#3757 Feb 4, 2013
just an observer wrote:
Another unproductive day! No kool-aid and cookies for anyone!:)
First to reasonable: Not many are willing to put their name, address, and phone number on here. And, I would dare to say although Richard or some others disagree with each other and have a good spar from time to time, no one else is going to post someone else's info either.
Sunhawk: This is not the poetry corner. I understand if you wrote these and you want to put them on display. Everyone wants their moment of glory. Very nice job on this last one, the one "in honor of all warriors's who have traveled a path with a heart" Kudo's to you if you wrote it, but it's not exactly on topic. You know what I'm sayin'? Poetry.com offers the opportunity to post your works. I have read "Murdered or Missing. Solved and Unsolved Cases in Missouri" and actually I can't say I learned anything from it.
In regards to your kind and thoughtful comment about the poem....The warriors in the poem, who have walked a path with a heart, were in honor of those we have lost. They raised thier beaks to the skies, they flew to the highest point. The reached heaven, and now they sing softly. Happiness with being eternal. They were taken from their'path with heart.' They found the 'path with heart' once again in heaven. I felt that it was quite appropriate....I have ordered the book and look forward to gaining knowledge of past events that have occurred in our State of Missouri, and especially in our area. Once again, thank you for your kindness.
SunHawk

United States

#3758 Feb 4, 2013
Mote wrote:
<quoted text>You have it all wrong my feathery friend.
I have discovered. I've discovered that you're full of crap.
Dear Grand Imperial Wizard. Don't be a negative lizard. Jump off of your manure spreader and discover! Brush your teeth too!
just an observer

Ozark, MO

#3759 Feb 4, 2013
Can someone please get the ink blots out? A good Rorschach test might be beneficial about now.

In the meantime, no one is talking about the case. It's as though everyone is waiting for the hammer to drop.

Does anyone have a working link to the older articles on the case? Nothing to do with ancient or modern technology, just the articles that came out in the first few weeks. Newspaper articles specifically any talking about the potential suspects in the first few weeks.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
SunHawk

United States

#3760 Feb 4, 2013
Mote wrote:
<quoted text>Oh, brother.
Unless you're Bob Dole, quit referring to yourself in the third person.
No reason for you to run for President. You're already the Grand Imperial Wizard! Get off that manure spreader, change your diet, and discover!
Mote

Eureka Springs, AR

#3761 Feb 4, 2013
wonderIf wrote:
I'm not sure its even worth reading at this point...:(
The discussion has certainly devolved the past few weeks.
Mote

Eureka Springs, AR

#3762 Feb 4, 2013
SunHawk wrote:
Dear Grand Imperial Wizard. Don't be a negative lizard. Jump off of your manure spreader and discover! Brush your teeth too!
Grand Imperial Wizard?

Sorry Firefeathers, you have me confused with someone else. First, I denounce the KKK. Second, I don't play dress up and wear bedsheets. Third, I'm not a racist.

MoonOwl, you're the one spreading manure here. While the men responsible for this crime are still at large and enjoying their lives, you're talking about parking garages and EVP's. I hope you understand my frustration. This parking garage talk is a giant distraction.

As for my teeth, I do brush. I've only had one cavity my entire life. I also don't drink soda. That stuff can eat the tarnish off a penny, so just imagine what it does to your teeth.
Mote

Eureka Springs, AR

#3763 Feb 4, 2013
just an observer wrote:
Can someone please get the ink blots out? A good Rorschach test might be beneficial about now.
In the meantime, no one is talking about the case. It's as though everyone is waiting for the hammer to drop.
Does anyone have a working link to the older articles on the case? Nothing to do with ancient or modern technology, just the articles that came out in the first few weeks. Newspaper articles specifically any talking about the potential suspects in the first few weeks.
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Weren't the only suspects the first few weeks the grave robbers and that vagrant? I know that Garrison, GJ3, and Cox all appeared between 1993-1995.

As far as I know, the first articles written about the case aren't online anywhere.
Richard

Pearcy, AR

#3764 Feb 4, 2013
just an observer wrote:
Can someone please get the ink blots out? A good Rorschach test might be beneficial about now.
In the meantime, no one is talking about the case. It's as though everyone is waiting for the hammer to drop.
Does anyone have a working link to the older articles on the case? Nothing to do with ancient or modern technology, just the articles that came out in the first few weeks. Newspaper articles specifically any talking about the potential suspects in the first few weeks.
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
I believe Websleuths has a sub-section called "Media Links." You might check there.
just an observer

Ozark, MO

#3765 Feb 4, 2013
Richard wrote:
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I believe Websleuths has a sub-section called "Media Links." You might check there.
Thank you Richard! I am writing a small piece on this case. Just wanted some reference material.
just an observer

Ozark, MO

#3766 Feb 4, 2013
Richard wrote:
<quoted text>
I believe Websleuths has a sub-section called "Media Links." You might check there.
Thank you Mote. Just checking back to make sure I have all the facts as they were known and written.
Indigo

United States

#3767 Feb 4, 2013
just an observer wrote:
Can someone please get the ink blots out? A good Rorschach test might be beneficial about now.
In the meantime, no one is talking about the case. It's as though everyone is waiting for the hammer to drop.
Does anyone have a working link to the older articles on the case? Nothing to do with ancient or modern technology, just the articles that came out in the first few weeks. Newspaper articles specifically any talking about the potential suspects in the first few weeks.
Thanks in advance for your assistance.
I was looking at a Springfield Newsleader article from 2004 (10-Yr Anniversery)and the following excert from it stood out to me. Thought I'd share it:

Springfield Newsleader 2004

"One lead that surfaced two weeks into the investigation is keeping detectives busy today - Robert Craig Cox. Though family members of the three women say authorities have a list of 10 people they haven't ruled out, Cox jumps to the top."

It was the list of (10-People) that Law Enforcement hasn't been able to rule out. Not the fact that they're talking about Robert Cox in the article as well.

10-People in 2004 of which Law Enforcement still were not able to rule out as suspects.

Who does anyone think these 10-People may represent?

If you add up all the "Usual Suspects" that we've all talked about. From the people who last saw them, to the people involved in the Grave Robbing, to the Brother, to the Robert Cox, to Steve Garrison, to Carnahan, to the GJ3 (Actually 2, if you take Garrison out of the pool), that makes about 10-people.

It just makes me wonder who they were talking about.

10-years and 10-still possible suspects left on the table says something to me. It says that they possibly didn't rule out some of the people that have been claimed to have been ruled out!

It also unfortunately may mean that they really don't know what happened that night. 10-people is a lot of potental suspects to still have on the table 10-years later. Especially with all of the people (Usual Suspects) who its been claimed over the years were cleared by Law Enforcement.

Just something to think about! Definately makes you wonder!!
just an observer

Ozark, MO

#3768 Feb 4, 2013
Mote wrote:
<quoted text>Weren't the only suspects the first few weeks the grave robbers and that vagrant? I know that Garrison, GJ3, and Cox all appeared between 1993-1995.
As far as I know, the first articles written about the case aren't online anywhere.
That sounds correct about the original suspects. I just wondered if they ever considered anyone else back then, wanted to double check.

Thanks!
Indigo

United States

#3769 Feb 4, 2013
Mote wrote:
<quoted text>Weren't the only suspects the first few weeks the grave robbers and that vagrant? I know that Garrison, GJ3, and Cox all appeared between 1993-1995.
As far as I know, the first articles written about the case aren't online anywhere.
Mote: I agree with you. Those people, as well as the "Last People" to see the girls alive. Possibly Garrison at that point. May be not that early on though. Look at the post above where I quoted the 2004 Springfield Newsleader article in which the Family of the 3MW state that Law Enforcement "Still Had" 10-People on their plates that were still potential suspects.

What do you think about that? Still had 10-Potental Suspects, 10-yrs later.
Indigo

United States

#3770 Feb 4, 2013
just an observer wrote:
<quoted text>
That sounds correct about the original suspects. I just wondered if they ever considered anyone else back then, wanted to double check.
Thanks!
Thought you might be interested in what I posted. Unfortunately a lot of the Websleuth links to alot of the Springfield Newsleader stories don't work anymore. They're still out there, but they're just harder to track down. I'll try and help you track down or possibly clarify some of the information on the 3MW case, if you'd like.

Its a very convoluted case, to say the least!

Sometimes I think becoming a Rubex Cube Puzzle Solving Master, would be easier than sorting out the pieces of this case.
Indigo

United States

#3771 Feb 4, 2013
Mote wrote:
<quoted text>You have it all wrong my feathery friend.
I have discovered. I've discovered that you're full of crap.
That reminds me of an episode of Adult Swim, where the neighbor Carl, says to his Annoying neighbor, the Giant Cup, "You know, I've been doing a lot of thinking lately, and I've come to a conclusion......That your piss'en me off" LOL.

Sorry, Didn't mean to sidebar, just something funny you reminded me of....and a little humor never hurts!!
just an observer

Ozark, MO

#3772 Feb 4, 2013
Indigo wrote:
<quoted text>
Thought you might be interested in what I posted. Unfortunately a lot of the Websleuth links to alot of the Springfield Newsleader stories don't work anymore. They're still out there, but they're just harder to track down. I'll try and help you track down or possibly clarify some of the information on the 3MW case, if you'd like.
Its a very convoluted case, to say the least!
Sometimes I think becoming a Rubex Cube Puzzle Solving Master, would be easier than sorting out the pieces of this case.
Thank you for those posts. Indeed on the rubex cube puzzle solving master. I have often thought the answer is so simple that it is hard to see. With all the other bs thrown into the mix, i's just very confusing to all.

What you did post already was very beneficial. Thank you so much!
just an observer

Ozark, MO

#3773 Feb 5, 2013
Indigo wrote:
<quoted text>
Thought you might be interested in what I posted. Unfortunately a lot of the Websleuth links to alot of the Springfield Newsleader stories don't work anymore. They're still out there, but they're just harder to track down. I'll try and help you track down or possibly clarify some of the information on the 3MW case, if you'd like.
Its a very convoluted case, to say the least!
Sometimes I think becoming a Rubex Cube Puzzle Solving Master, would be easier than sorting out the pieces of this case.
Comment on "One lead that surfaced two weeks into the investigation is keeping detectives busy today - Robert Craig Cox. Though family members of the three women say authorities have a list of 10 people they haven't ruled out, Cox jumps to the top."It was the list of (10-People) that Law Enforcement hasn't been able to rule out. Not the fact that they're talking about Robert Cox in the article as well.

Cox was ruled out for awhile because he had a fake alibi so was he on the list of ten or did the list become eleven when the alibi was busted in the GJ hearing? Maybe he was a suspect from the beginning and they didn't buy his alibi (it was a tad weak).
Skeptic

Augusta, KS

#3774 Feb 5, 2013
SunHawk wrote:
<quoted text>In regards to your honorable and positve question.....Yes there would be skeletal remains in the rock mound graves of the Native Americans buried at that beautiful spot. There were actually 5 rock mounds in pretty much the same area. The dowsing rods worked with excellence, crossing as we walked over the rock mounds, dowsing rods in hands. They would uncross as we walked off of the rock mounds......We layed a digital recorder on top of one of the mounds and let it record for over 26:00, as we took pics,and used the dowsing rods over the rock mounds. My partner does most of the photography. She also ran a movie camera on a tripod. We were not sure what we would obtain with Electronic Voice Phenomena, but the results turned out to be one of the most fabulous EVP's.....I started out the recording by saying slowly a Native word 'Winoca" which means "underground spirit." In the recording, spirit was responding by saying "Winoca" and then "underground spirit." .....he kept saying 'Tanko' from time to time. It was his name. He said that they came a long way. He said 2 times 'chickenpox'. He also indicated that we were near a slave house....We can only Imagine that he and his family were with the Cherokee Trail Of Tears, thus his ability to speak English. We can only speculate that they died of chickenpox and were taken up to the top of the beautiful spot for burial over looking the James River Valley......EVP is quite easy. Turn on a digital recorder or movie camera with mic, and there is high frequency static. Spirit energy, like a small ball of electricity, reacts like a radio signal to the static wave of the equipment. Their signal, or as we refer to as,'consious thought', get recorded onto the static wave. Spirit has 'intelligence' and able to communicate. Did you ever get a recorder to investiagte with? If so what did you discover?
. Simply put, you are completely full of shit. That post proves it. Fraud, lunatic, whatever. Full of shit.

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