Saturday, April 28, 2012

Pretty Blonde Kelli Bordeaux Goes Missing 5 Days After Pretty Blonde Heather Hodges Disappears Both Women Are Petite Sizes And Look Alike, Cops Have No Clues.

Heather Hodges went missing Monday April 9th, 2012 from Rocky Mount VA five days later Kelli Bordeaux went missing on Saturday April 14th, 2012 from Fayetville NC;
1). Heather Hodges has long blonde hair, she is 5′ 1″ tall and weighs 100 lbs, she is 22 years old.
2). Kelli Bordeaux has long blonde hair, she is 5′ 0″ tall and weighs 99 lbs, she is 23 years old.
There have been extensive searches for both Kelli Bordeaux and Heather Hodges with up to 500 volunteer's "beating the bushes" and nothing has been turned up, no clues, no suspects, no persons of interest, nothing,
A similar situation occurred last April and June 2011 when pretty petite blonde females Holly Bobo and Lauren Sperier just disappeared off the face of the earth, see their photos above. Lauren Sperier is 4' 11" tall and weighs 99 lbs she has long blonde hair, Holly Bobo is 5' 3" tall and weigh 110 lbs she has long blonde hair.
What the hell is going on in the Southern Midwest where at least 12 petite blonde females have gone missing, murdered or kidnapped and Law Enforcement has no suspects, no person or persons of interest and apparently no clues.
UPDATED 12 PETITE BLONDE FEMALES HAVE BEEN ABDUCTED AND COPS HAVE NO ANSWERS FOR THE FAMILIES, NEW PHOTOS.  Kelli Bordeaux and Heather Hodges now join a group of 12 missing, kidnapped or murdered petite blonde females that include, Karen Swift, Katelyn Markham, Lauren Spierer, Brittanee Drexel, Holly Bobo, Paige Johnson, Stephanie Kirk, Crystal Hall, Carmen Purpura and Misty Gwinner who all look so much alike and yet law enforcement sees no links?
1). Kelli Bordeaux……………..Saturday April 14th 2012 Fayetville NC
2). Heather Hodges…………..Monday April 9th, 2012 Rocky Mount VA
3). Stephanie Kirk…………Sunday March 25th, 2012 New Albany IN (Louisville KY)
4). Karen Swift……………..Sunday October 30th 2011 Dyersburg TN
5). Katelyn Markham..…….Saturday August 13th 2011 Fairfield OH
6). Lauren Spierer ……..….Friday June 3rd 2011 Bloomington IN
7). Holly Bobo ………….…Wednesday April 13th 2011 Darden TN
8). Paige Johnson …….…Thursday September 23rd 2010 Florence KY
9). Brittanee Drexel…………Saturday April 25th, 2009 Myrtle beach SC.
10). Crystal Hall…………..Tuesday March 3rd, 2009, Pikeville KY
11). Carmen Purpura……..Wednesday July 11, 2007 truck stop Indianapolis IN
12). Misty Gwinner………..Sunday April 3rd, 2005 from truck stop Florence KY, her body found in Lexington KY, she had no connections to Lexington KY. Florence KY and Fairfield OH are in the same general vicinity of Cincinnati OH.

In all of the 12 cases of the missing blonde haired petite females, seen above, 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 12 missing blonde haired petite women were abducted outside of their homes or apartments, from open areas on streets or roads or carports. From April 2011 there has been an abduction every other month up to the end of October 2011, then the abductions start again in March and April 2012, there were 5 abductions in the month of April since 2005, this is a pattern.

Only the bodies of Karen Swift and Misty Gwinner have been recovered, there has been no trace of any of the other ten women, Kelli Bordeaux, Heather Hodges, Katelyn Markham, Lauren Spierer, Holly Bobo, Paige Johnson, Stephanie Kirk, Carmen Purpura,  Brittanee Drexel and Crystal Hall.

What are we looking at, who abducted all of these 12 petite females, a long haul trucker, somebody working construction who follows jobs across the Southeast to the Midwest, most likely in both instances you would look for a ex-con with sex charges and a violent criminal history, unfortunately it just stands to reason.

FBI REPORT…Along Interstate Highways Signs Of Serial Killings By Long Haul Truckers in Southern Midwest Area of TN, IND, OH, VA, NC, SC and KY Where About 100 Bodies Have Been Found.

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, to see interactive FBI Map CLICK HERE.

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. To date, the FBI says it has helped local authorities arrest at least 10 suspects believed to be involved in more than 30 of the killings.

Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at