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Saturday, March 05 2005 @ 06:58 PM GMT+4
Contributed by: EmperorNortonII

ActivismTo All Interested...

Perhaps its time we formed some sort of citizens' study group... To discuss whether more should be done to solve these crimes... To procure for law enforcement funds for a Twin State Cold Squad Case...?

Perhaps we could at a public coffee house or restuarant? Probably at night so as not to interfer with the workday... Maybe Monday or Tuesday night so as not to compete with other public meetings and arts events...(In the interest of disclosure, I have those two nights off from work)

Probably Brattleboro? Since most of the interest seems to come from here...

What do you think?

In other news...

A free lance writer has approached me with doing a story for a local publication on the murders...But this is still in the soft stage and I can not reveal more info until things firm up a bit...

I did work with an ex-policeman, and visited some of the NH sites...But work and marriage took him to Concord, and I myself went to upper state New York...Such lfe changes derailed our effort. Early attempts at "poking" the media failed too.

In still other news...My annual letter to the Reformer...Just sent...

Follow up letters will be sent to Eagle-Times, Keene Sentinel, Rutland Herald, and the Union Leader....

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    Connecticut River Serial Killer Meetup?
    Authored by: Anonymous on Saturday, March 05 2005 @ 10:25 PM GMT+4
    I think I know what you are talking about and you can count me in.
    Nothing like a cold case to peak the interest.
    where, when and how?
    can we get Archer Mayer involved?
    this feels like quite a mystery....
    He's a cop now....
    how about our local sheriff?
    please keep me posted.
    you can count on me.
    Narayan
    Connecticut River Serial Killer Meetup?
    Authored by: Terry Martin on Sunday, March 06 2005 @ 02:22 AM GMT+4
    Hi Steve,

    I "kind of scanned" through all the postings and didn't see if you had made contact or are maintaining contact with those closest to your postings - i.e. the VSP Bureau of Criminal Investigation in Rockingham?

    Detective Lieutenant Tim Oliver now heads up Detectives working out of Brattleboro, Rockingham and Bethel on the Vermont Side. He may be reached at (802) 875-2112 - his contact info is at: http://www.dps.state.vt.us/vtsp/bcid.html (you may also e-mail him at: toliver@dps.state.vt.us)

    In April 1987 until 1994, I worked out of Rockingham covering this whole Troop "D" area as the Crime Prevention/Public Information Officer and was very close to this case on the Vermont side. Off the top of my head, at that time, there were ten (10) unsolved homicides - three (3) on the Vermont side and seven (7) on the New Hampshire side. The three on our side were: Barbara Agnew, Sarah Hunter and Linda Moore. Amazingly, the majority of the woman were professionals and wore white uniforms or uniforms. ALL, as I remember, were killed by a knife as the weapon.

    Barbara Agnew was a Nurse at the Dartmouth/Hitchcock Clinic and was killed in the first rest area (northbound) on I-89 in Sharon - Sarah Hunter was a Golf Pro and was murdered on the westside of our state, but left in the Woodstock area - Linda Moore was killed in her home (within visible distance of I-91) in Saxtons River.

    In short, then came the case where a woman was obducted when she went into the bathroom at the southbound Putney Rest Area. This woman, under horrendous conditions that followed, was very wise leaving trace evidence in a tractor and trailer rig driven by the perpitrator. This later convicted her assailant.

    Since this arrest, to the best of my knowledge, there have not been any further homicides, at least in the Connecticut Valley area, either side of the river.

    Should anyone have any NEW information pertaining to this case, they should also contact Detective Lieutenant Oliver.

    Terrance D Martin
    Senior Sergeant (Retired)
    Vermont State Police
    Connecticut River Serial Killer Meetup?
    Authored by: Anonymous on Sunday, March 06 2005 @ 01:42 PM GMT+4
    Terry,
    are you talking about cold cases only when you speak of the 10 homicides?
    what are the 7 cases across the river?
    Is there some website to visit to read about these unsolved homicides in
    the Conn. Valley?
    What is the defination of a homicide?
    Connecticut River Serial Killer Meetup?
    Authored by: GK on Friday, March 18 2005 @ 10:27 PM GMT+4
    Hi,
    Other than the Ginsburg book, "Shadow of Death", the only thing I've found on line is at the following links:
    http://www.geocities.com/verbal_plainfield/coldcases/valleykiller.html

    http://www.unsolvedmysteries.com/usm93744.html


    Connecticut River Serial Killer Meetup?
    Authored by: Estranged on Thursday, March 31 2005 @ 08:46 PM GMT+4
    That first site, goecities, contains some very intrigueing information. By my count, at least six murders are attributed to this killer, and at least four of them were nurses. Isn't that strange? Did this guy have something against nurses?

    Another interesting point made was that the killer's last victim survived the attack, and it speculates that the killer may have left the area after that one got away for fear of being recognized.

    Hopefully justice can be done in this case at some point, but it's getting rather late in the day. The last death, according to that site, was in 1986 or 1987.
    A Message
    Authored by: cgrotke on Friday, April 01 2005 @ 03:14 AM GMT+4
    We got this in the e-mail...:


    "I need to speak to one or a couple of the people concerning the meetings for the CT River murders. Tina and Bethany Sinclair were my sister and niece, and I have developed interest in many other missing people from the area not publicised for some odd reason, but can be found at..
     
     
     
    Please ask some of the authors of this forum to contact me asap. email or instant message with the subject listed as Tina and Beth will be forwarded to me cell phone while I am in Brattleboro Friday afternoon thru the weekend.
     
    Thanks"
    Connecticut River Serial Killer Meetup?
    Authored by: GK on Monday, May 30 2005 @ 03:16 PM GMT+4
    Hi...have been by to read, but haven't posted because I couldn't remember that pesky password.

    Have done some research since my last visit...one of the things I found is that at least a couple of the cases Terry mentioned are still listed as unsolved on the VT State Police website.

    Further searching came up with this website, which may be of interest:

    http://community.webtv.net/SilkyBoxerz/MissingPersons/

    The author explains that the site is under construction...I know someone was arrested recently in the cases of Patricia Scoville and Aime Riley...not sure whether that has been indicated on the site...