Is Robin Hood Hills Still There? Wil...
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#25 Sep 1, 2013
im a gud spellar wrote:
I will go out there this weekend and take pics. I moved away awhile ago. If you want the pics list email address. Last time I played out there we saw Damien and Jason crossing the pipe as we left. And that was the end of April in 93. Sort of funny to see someone there that never visited the place. I want to say that Damien got in a fight with a Guy named David dude Nolan and got his but tore up pretty good right before the murders. And when they stole bikes William Jones Damien echols Jason Ronnie Bradshaw they would hide them there and strip parts.
Thank you! [email protected]
That's very nice of you
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#26 Sep 1, 2013
meee wrote:
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The area is not that bad!!!! People just want to make it sound that way..... It is not as nice as it was back then but no where like people are trying to make it out to be.... the woods are gone and you would miss it if you did not know where to look!! I would be glad to talk privately too cause I lived around the corner from there at the time.
I just responded back to Stagger Lee wi/my email address. Very kind of you as well. I don't know why I got so curious about the whole thing---I guess it was stumbling on the hbo doc. I know there is freedom of press and speech and all that, but when you do something like hbo did, it causes quite a stir. I mean, everyone watches hbo right? It wasn't until I looked into things more that I realized that it looks to me that I was more a pro wm3 show than just a fact show, which is what documentaries are supposed to be about.
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#27 Sep 1, 2013
im a gud spellar wrote:
That area is terrible. Shooting robberies drugs assaults prostitution sexual assaults. What is not bad about that? I went by there yesterday but they were mowing and cut the trees down also. You can still see the hills and where trails were.
Sounds like a mighty fine place to go check out alone! LOL! We have areas like that here. Some pockets in FTW and South Dallas Oak Cliff aka "the cliff". Bad area. You don't want to break down in that area. People walk in the streets even. Like another world or something.
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#28 Sep 1, 2013
Resident wrote:
No, like I said, it's all been cleared and really to an extent, if you don't know exactly what you are looking for, you probably won't just stumble on "THE" area. So no, not much to see. Yes it definitely caught the attention of millions, but no memorial. Too many bad memories for so many people.
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I can understand that. Seems to have been the undoing for most of the parents and step parents. That kind of crime, especially against children, is the kind that destroys entire families.
still here

Wynne, AR

#29 Sep 13, 2013
Resident wrote:
No, like I said, it's all been cleared and really to an extent, if you don't know exactly what you are looking for, you probably won't just stumble on "THE" area. So no, not much to see. Yes it definitely caught the attention of millions, but no memorial. Too many bad memories for so many people.
The memorial is on the grounds of Weaver Elementary school
Resident

Marion, AR

#30 Sep 13, 2013
meee wrote:
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The area is not that bad!!!! People just want to make it sound that way..... It is not as nice as it was back then but no where like people are trying to make it out to be.... the woods are gone and you would miss it if you did not know where to look!! I would be glad to talk privately too cause I lived around the corner from there at the time.
I'm sorry, but I'll gladly disagree about the area not being bad. With my job, I'm in that area every single day and I can't tell you how many times myself or a coworker had problems of multiple magnitudes. I don't feel as though you'll die if you go there but that definitely isn't an area of town that is favored. Not that ANY of this area is exactly delightful. What time frame did you live over there if you don't mind me asking?
meee

Marion, AR

#31 Sep 13, 2013
Resident wrote:
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I'm sorry, but I'll gladly disagree about the area not being bad. With my job, I'm in that area every single day and I can't tell you how many times myself or a coworker had problems of multiple magnitudes. I don't feel as though you'll die if you go there but that definitely isn't an area of town that is favored. Not that ANY of this area is exactly delightful. What time frame did you live over there if you don't mind me asking?
I lived there from 85-96.. And my mom still lives over there and has no problems. I agree it is not like it use to be but no one bothers her or anything around her house.
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#32 Sep 14, 2013
I put my email on here and someone deleted it from topix. It was on here though for 3 or 4 days b4 it was taken down. I was hoping to get an email so I could see the pics.
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#33 Sep 15, 2013
Resident wrote:
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I'm sorry, but I'll gladly disagree about the area not being bad. With my job, I'm in that area every single day and I can't tell you how many times myself or a coworker had problems of multiple magnitudes. I don't feel as though you'll die if you go there but that definitely isn't an area of town that is favored. Not that ANY of this area is exactly delightful. What time frame did you live over there if you don't mind me asking?
I moved from southern IL in mid 80's. I go up that way to visit.
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#34 Sep 15, 2013
Hmmm--i guess they put my post back up with my email address?? It was gone for a while. Weird.
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#35 Sep 15, 2013
still here wrote:
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The memorial is on the grounds of Weaver Elementary school
That's awesome that they did that. Seems all anyone cares about now is the wm3 guys. Did you know them? While I was looking around on the internet for info and such on the case, I found that back in May they were saying the Jacoby guy, Hobbs 2 others did it? What's that all about? Are they going to trial now? Is there enough evidence against them besides the hair I read about? I think wm3 are guilty just from what I've read in my opinion.
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#36 Sep 15, 2013
meee wrote:
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I lived there from 85-96.. And my mom still lives over there and has no problems. I agree it is not like it use to be but no one bothers her or anything around her house.
I moved down here in 85. I miss small town charm. My home town is run down and such now---it's a shame too.
Resident

Marion, AR

#37 Sep 16, 2013
meee wrote:
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I lived there from 85-96.. And my mom still lives over there and has no problems. I agree it is not like it use to be but no one bothers her or anything around her house.
OK. That was definitely a different type of area back then. Thankfully there are some of the older residents that are still there that DON'T really get bothered but it seems like the majority of the trouble is from the newcomers. Back in the day people weren't so much about drama, in to everyone else's business and actually watched out for each other. Now, it's diminished and just isn't what it use to be. Glad your Mom has been safe and no issues for sure :)
Resident

Marion, AR

#38 Sep 16, 2013
curious wrote:
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I moved down here in 85. I miss small town charm. My home town is run down and such now---it's a shame too.
:( What area did you live in?
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#39 Sep 16, 2013
Resident wrote:
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:( What area did you live in?
Just north of Carbondale, IL. Town called Mt. Vernon. 10,000 is the population.

Since: Sep 13

Location hidden

#40 Sep 20, 2013
[QUOTE who="im a gud spellar" Last time I played out there we saw Damien and Jason crossing the pipe as we left. And that was the end of April in 93. Sort of funny to see someone there that never visited the place. I want to say that Damien got in a fight with a Guy named David dude Nolan and got his but tore up pretty good right before the murders. And when they stole bikes William Jones Damien echols Jason Ronnie Bradshaw they would hide them there and strip parts.[/QUOTE]

Hello, iags. As you know, history is being rewritten on these sort of points, with every passing day. In 2010 Echols contradicted his own 1994 testimony and told an interviewer that, around the time of the crimes, he "didn't go to West Memphis a lot, at all," having lived outside West Memphis in Marion, further dismissing Robin Hood Hills crime scene area as a wooded, residential area that he was unfamiliar with, and never would have been in. SOURCE: http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Would love the opportunity to exchange further posts with you on this topic (and the case generally)-- either here or on Facebook, or via email.
Thanks much -- FJW [email protected]

Please see my recent fb post (Sept. 7) about this same subject, "Familiarity with Robin Hood..."
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php...
Note that Todd Moore (father to Michael) comments in the replies. If you're on fb, your own input would be very appreciated.
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#41 Sep 24, 2013
Fred J Walsh wrote:
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Hello, iags. As you know, history is being rewritten on these sort of points, with every passing day. In 2010 Echols contradicted his own 1994 testimony and told an interviewer that, around the time of the crimes, he "didn't go to West Memphis a lot, at all," having lived outside West Memphis in Marion, further dismissing Robin Hood Hills crime scene area as a wooded, residential area that he was unfamiliar with, and never would have been in. SOURCE: http://www.youtube.com/watch...
Would love the opportunity to exchange further posts with you on this topic (and the case generally)-- either here or on Facebook, or via email.
Thanks much -- FJW [email protected]

Please see my recent fb post (Sept. 7) about this same subject, "Familiarity with Robin Hood..."
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php...
Note that Todd Moore (father to Michael) comments in the replies. If you're on fb, your own input would be very appreciated.
I myself am not on FB anymore, but I looked at your page. Are you from there? Also, are there other FB pages like yours? I became interested in this case back in the summer when I watched an hbo documentary. I came to my own conclusion after watching the other ones on youtube afterwards, thinking they were innocent at first. By the end of all the shows, I figured they were guilty--just took the "metal" lifestyle way too far and after researching on my own on the internet, I proved myself right. I would like to email you if that would be ok?? Please advise..

Since: Sep 13

Location hidden

#42 Sep 25, 2013
Hi curious,

Sure feel free to email me at [email protected] About me: a native New Yorker, living in NYC, an armchair observer with no personal connection to the case (aside from the acquaintance I've inevitably made with certain family members in the course of my postings).

Re: other case webpages. The one unbiased source, as you likely know, is the case document library at Callahan.
No editorializing, just police and court documents: http://callahan.8k.com

For further research, there's
WM3 Truth.com - http://www.wm3truth.com/ - Draws heavily from Callahan's to argue guilt
Jivepuppi - http://www.jivepuppi.com/ - Draws from Callahan's to argue innocence
WM3 Facts.com - http://www.westmemphisthreefacts.com - Seeks to point up facts outside of the advocacy documentaries, to argue guilt
WM3 Facts Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/WestMemphisThreeFact... - Very active companion page to WM3 Facts.com , lots of discussion
WM3 Non and Supporter Case Discussion - https://www.facebook.com/groups/5186293914969... - Bipartisan group, though run by "Nons" (believers in WM3 guilt)

Best, Fred (in NYC)
curious

Fort Worth, TX

#43 Sep 25, 2013
Fred J Walsh wrote:
Hi curious,
Sure feel free to email me at [email protected] About me: a native New Yorker, living in NYC, an armchair observer with no personal connection to the case (aside from the acquaintance I've inevitably made with certain family members in the course of my postings).
Re: other case webpages. The one unbiased source, as you likely know, is the case document library at Callahan.
No editorializing, just police and court documents: http://callahan.8k.com
For further research, there's
WM3 Truth.com - http://www.wm3truth.com/ - Draws heavily from Callahan's to argue guilt
Jivepuppi - http://www.jivepuppi.com/ - Draws from Callahan's to argue innocence
WM3 Facts.com - http://www.westmemphisthreefacts.com - Seeks to point up facts outside of the advocacy documentaries, to argue guilt
WM3 Facts Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/WestMemphisThreeFact... - Very active companion page to WM3 Facts.com , lots of discussion
WM3 Non and Supporter Case Discussion - https://www.facebook.com/groups/5186293914969... - Bipartisan group, though run by "Nons" (believers in WM3 guilt)
Best, Fred (in NYC)
Hey there--
Thanks a bunch! I will email you, as I have some questions that maybe you can shed some light on. I looked on some facebook page last night and there was a pic of Miskelley buying sunglasses in a store---it was titled "the walmart confession"! I laughed sooo hard. That was a good one!!!
williamramseyiss ick

Herndon, VA

#44 Sep 26, 2013
Fred J walsh I like Terry Hobbs did it Facebook page because its true.

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