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#1 Dec 5, 2015
Well, it's important to note that Boulder is located down the highway I80. This is important because this isn't the first murder located near that highway that is high profile by a child killer who got away with it.

We go back in time to 1986, and the murder of Ricky Chadek. First, take the time to read my posts on the OCCK methodology, it's important to note the stunning coincidences I will bring up.

Ricky Chadek was kidnapped while riding his bicycle, which was found parked in a parking lot, kickstand up. He stayed missing 8 days during Easter. He was found the day after Easter, having been killed Easter night.

Kidnapped on Sunday, killed on Sunday. He had been kept clean and fed. His clothes were cleaned prior to murder. I80 runs nearly to Southeast Michigan. These are all traits of the babysitter killer. I propose the babysitter killer is a likely suspect. But I80 doesn't stop at NE. Keep going, you'll find yourself in Boulder Colorado.
Anonymous

Rochester, MI

#4 Mar 5, 2016
okay1234 wrote:
Please note this the above statement was concluded from the below information.
Oakland County Child Killer
From "Wikipedia", the free encyclopedia
Oakland County Child Killer
Other names The Babysitter Killer
The Babysitter
Criminal penalty Never sentenced
Killings
Victims 4+
Span of killings
"February 15, 1976–March 16, 1977"
Country United States
State(s) Michigan
Date apprehended
Unapprehended
The Oakland County Child Killer (OCCK) is an unidentified serial killer responsible for the murders of four or more children, two girls and two boys, in Oakland County, Michigan, United States in 1976 and 1977.
Victims[edit]
Confirmed[edit]
Mark Stebbins, 12, of Ferndale, was last seen leaving an American Legion Hall on Sunday afternoon, February 15, 1976. He had told his mother he was going home to watch television. His body was found on February 19, neatly laid out in a snowbank in the parking lot of an office building at Ten Mile Road and Greenfield in Southfield (some reports claim Oak Park; Greenfield is the boundary between the two cities). He had been strangled and sexually assaulted with an object. Rope marks were seen on his wrists. He was fully clothed in the outfit he was wearing when last seen alive.[2]
Jill Robinson, 12, of Royal Oak, packed a backpack and ran away from her home on Wednesday, December 22, 1976, following an argument with her mother over dinner preparations. The day after her disappearance, her bicycle was found behind a hobby store on Main Street in that city. Her body was found on the morning of December 26, along the side of Interstate 75 near Big Beaver Road in Troy. She was killed by a single shotgun blast to the face. She was fully clothed and still wearing her backpack. The body was placed within sight of the Troy police station, once again, laid out neatly in the snow.[2]
Kristine Mihelich, 10, of Berkley, was last seen Sunday, January 2, 1977 at 3:00 pm at a 7-Eleven store on Twelve Mile Road at Oakshire in Berkley, purchasing a magazine. A mail carrier spotted her fully clothed body 19 days later on the side of a rural road in Franklin Village. She had been smothered. The body was laid within view of nearby homes, eyes closed and arms folded across the chest, once again in the snow.[2]
Timothy King, 11, borrowed 30 cents from his older sister and left his home in Birmingham, skateboard in hand, to buy candy at a drugstore on nearby Maple Road on Wednesday, March 16, 1977, at about 8:30 pm. He left the store by the rear entrance, which opened to a parking lot shared with a supermarket, and vanished.[2] An intensive search was executed that covered the entire Detroit metropolitan area, and there was widespread media coverage, already heavy with coverage on the previous three slayings. In an emotional television appeal, Timothy's father, Barry King, begged the abductor to release his son unharmed. In a letter printed in the Detroit News, Marion King wrote that she hoped Timothy could come home soon so she could serve him his favorite meal, Kentucky Fried Chicken. In the late evening hours of March 22, 1977, two teenagers in a car spotted his body in a shallow ditch alongside Gill Road, about 300 feet south of Eight Mile Road in Livonia, just across the county line in Wayne County. His skateboard was placed next to his body. His clothing had been neatly pressed and washed. He had been suffocated and sexually assaulted with an object. The postmortem showed that Timothy had eaten fried chicken before he was slain.[2]
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