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Parking lot
June 1, 2014
10:18 pm

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The personal items found in the lot have had me puzzled for some time. I believe that the abductor parked opposite Jodi's car on the north row of parking spaces, and about 3 to four spaces down towards Kentucky. I sort of connected the dots, if you will, and this is what I came up with. I roughly mapped the chalk circles seen in the vanished segment, and the connected dots seem to make a zig zag like pattern, starting with Jodi's car and going into the buffer between parking rows and ending at about 3 or 4 parking spaces. Also, the car key was bent, and out of the door lock, according to what Stearns states in the vanished segment. I found a video clip

http://on.aol.com/video/expert.....-517815013 Title of clip is Experts continue to hunt for killer in the Jodi Huisentruit case. Either Bing or Google. At 043 seconds, you can see one of the Red pumps at the end of a painted parking line. At 120, you can see a car key. This would confirm "out of the door lock" and at 122 we can see the other red pump next to a tire. I cant figure out if this was a front tire or rear tire. The car key sticks out in my mind. It was laying on the pavement several feet from the car in between the two parking rows. I checked the chalk line around it and matched it to one in the vanished segment. I am puzzled how the items landed where they did. Also, the key doesn't have a key chain or anything attached to it, perhaps it was pulled off in the struggle?


March 16, 2015
1:04 am

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I just watched you video that you linked.  Thank you for that.  I was under the impression that the car key was in the door lock and bent from the struggle, but it looks like you are correct.  

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