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Rock quarries on Plymouth Rd/Quince Ave
March 24, 2011
12:53 am
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I know this case has been in circulation for almost sixteen years, but I used to have horses on Quince Ave near 280th Street, by the railroad crossing. Almost directly across the street from 280th Street is a service road, nearly inaccessible, to old rock quarries that have since filled with water. I used to ride my horses in that area and the quarries are quite deep - thirty feet has been an estimation. It is easy to find on Google maps with a satellite photo. I was curious if serious searching had been conducted there.

March 24, 2011
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Here is the link to the google map of the place of reference. I'd love some feedback.

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=.....&z=17

March 24, 2011
4:01 am
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March 24, 2011
7:19 am
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I believe this is this is the same spot that I visited with Jerry. This is definitely in the radius that would permit a quick disposal from Kentucky Avenue. It's secluded and at the time of Jodi's disappearance was accessible on a work road on the north side of the little lake. Easy to get into and the assailant could go about his job of hiding her body in relative privacy. This theory was brought to the forum last fall.

April 6, 2011
12:55 am
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I must have missed the fact that it was the same place. Was there a follow up this past winter?

April 26, 2011
4:22 pm
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While listening to the first Cubanarama call, I went on a map search of gravel pits northwest of Mason City that were in the 16-18 mile range and found a couple within a mile apart. Here is the location of one of them, the second one is just east of this one.

1558-1574 440th St @43.400511,-93.20685

Does anyone know if either of these locations were ever checked? These would be in the approximate location that Gale St. John may have been referring to in the show.

January 19, 2019
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I have always believed this place should be searched again.i grew up in the area and know it very well,used to go back there for years with dirt bikes and jeeps.the morning of the abduction my parents who lived on plymouth road which leads up to the area,heard a very loud vehicle.i believe the vehicle could have possibly torn the muffler off after getting out of there as it was a very rough road.the area is not all that far from the key apartments so it would have made a quick disposal possible.

January 24, 2019
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The clay pits are where a lot of my friends and I think she is. That or under some building that was built back then, were the storage units on Illinois there yet?

February 1, 2019
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ct said
The clay pits are where a lot of my friends and I think she is. That or under some building that was built back then, were the storage units on Illinois there yet?  

In response to your question about the storage units.no they were not built at that time.keep thinking and maybe we can connect the dots and figure this out!

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