6-19-84, the evidence seized by BCSO during the search was labeled and packaged by myself and readied for transport to the DOJ lab in Redding. Purpose to compare the knots found in the ligatures from the victims inside the Keddie residence with the knot found in the cloth ligature found in Butte County. Tahama Co. investigators who were in Quincy on a different case will transport the evidence to the Redding lab on 6-21-84 on their return to their county.
Sympylman wrote:Seems to me you wouldn't dispose of something of that magnitude in a place that has a connection to you. It would make sense that there is no connection. If I wanted to get rid of something, especially a body, I wouldn't drop it off by my favorite fishing hole or hunting grounds. Kinda seems like a no-brainer. Maybe a demolitions expert, who likes to hitchhike, gave POI some advice or showed him where to take a body.
They responded and recovered a portion of a human skull but were not able to identify it due to the lack of identifiable information on the remains. The discovery was made on 4-22-84.
On discovery that there wasn't enough information on the remains, the BCSO and DOJ conducted an extensive search in the area where the original find was made. On 6-8-84 they located the lower jar and it contained the needed information for comparison.
dmac wrote:Please quote the refs to Marilyn directly. Every time I re-read a report or thread, it has elements that belong on half a dozen timelines!
Marilyn was very upset emotionally, evident by crying. She asked me if we found any other evidence in the area around Feather Falls that would implicate a suspect. I advised her we hadn't.
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