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Sunday, December 04, 2011

Fairfield Ohio Cops Retracing Areas In Search For Abducted Katelyn Markham With Help From FBI Profiler, Polcie Chief Follows Up On Lead From Florida.

Dates & times when the five blonde women were reported missing and/or abducted;
1). Karen Swift…………….. Sunday @ 5:00 am October 30th, 2011 Dyersburg TN
2). Katelyn Markham..……..Saturday @ 11:00 pm August 13th 2011 Fairfield OH
3). Lauren Spierer ……..…..Friday @ 4:30 am June 3rd 2011 Bloomington IN
4). Holly Bobo ………….….Wednesday @ 7:40 am April 13th 2011 Darden TN
5). Paige Johnson …….…Thursday @ 1:00 am September 23rd 2010 Florence KY

FAIRFIELD, OH (FOX19) - Fairfield Police Chief Michael Dickey sat down exclusively with FOX19 Friday afternoon, saying that the department is following up on new leads regarding missing 22-year-old Katelyn Markham, and has begun re-searching certain areas.Dickey says an investigator is still assigned to Katelyn Markham's case and officers on patrol have recently been retracing areas that were searched over the summer -- taking advantage of a less dense search area with the change of season.

Despite that second look, Chief Dickey says the department believes Katelyn Markham is not in the Fairfield area. While tips on her whereabouts are steadily dwindling, he says leads continue trickle in from across the country, some of which investigators are following up on right now.

"Within the past week we've gotten one lead that we're looking at, and as early as two weeks ago, I got an email out of Florida with someone who provided us with some information," Dickey said. Markham's fiance, John Carter was the last person to see her the night before she went missing, he's been active in searches led by volunteers and police say he continues to cooperate.

Where is she?” asked Donna Metz, 35, who lives near Katelyn Markham’s home and has searched dozens of times. “It’s like an alien came down from space and took her.” Investigators are working the case on a nearly daily basis, police Chief Mike Dickey said, with tips still coming in — although “99 percent” don’t pan out. He said police are getting help from FBI behavioral scientists (Profiler) and other experts and sources he wouldn’t discuss.

Katelyn Markham Developments -- Police Get New Clues.  With there not being much information in the case, it's easy to see why this case is unsolved. However, detectives are still working diligently to find out just what happened to the pretty girl from Fairfield. It's been speculated by such names in criminal justice as private investigator Bill Warner, that Katelyn could be the victim of a serial predator.

Other women who could be connected to this young woman's disappearance include Holly Bobo, Lauren Spierer and Karen Johnson Swift. All of these women are suspiciously close in region and share common characteristics. It would be horrifying if this suspicion becomes a reality.
In all of the five cases of the missing blonde haired petite women no homes or apartments have been broken into, none of the women’s boyfriends or husbands or fathers or brothers are a suspect in their disappearance.

All of the five missing blonde haired petite women were abducted outside of their homes or apartments, from open areas on streets or roads or carports at unusually early times in the morning and from April there has been an abduction every other month up to October, this is a pattern.

There is only one eyeball witness to any of the abductions and that is the brother of Holly Bobo in Darden TN, the brother claims a large man, a white male who appears to be 6′ 0″ tall and over 200 lbs kidnapped Holly. Holly Bobo’s cell phone was found on the side of the road about 6 miles from her home. 
Along Interstate Highways Signs Of Serial Killings By Long Haul Truckers in Quad State Area of TN, IND, OH and KY Where 68 Bodies Have Been Found.

Source: FBI’s Highway Serial Killings initiative, Highway violence, In the past four decades, 459 deaths and 41 attempted homicides are believed to be linked to serial killers who are using the nation’s highways to find and dispose of their victims.

The FBI’s breakdown by state, click link to see interactive FBI Map : http://i.usatoday.net/_common/_flash/usmap.swf?strFileName=http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2010-10-05-1Ahighwaykiller05_CV_N.htm&fileurl=20101004-highway-killers/&preview=false  

Often the victims are abducted in one state and dumped in another. And the killers? Authorities say they have 200 suspects; almost all are long-haul truck drivers.


Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com