Post by Helen Dagner on Mar 31, 2011 1:24:46 GMT -5
....Her fully clothed body was found...19 days later dumped off a rural road in Franklin Village.She had been smothered to death....35 years later,the case still remains unsolved...Everyone has a theory of who they think did this...the problem is,over 35 years,no one can prove it.It's a good reminder of something that desperately needs closure....Fred
Post by Helen Dagner on Apr 5, 2011 1:54:44 GMT -5
Finally,a postman discovered Kristine's body in a ditch,6 miles away-Deborah -Kris Mom had three younger children at home...it was a very long time before she discussed Kristine's death with them-she felt if they really wanted to know something,they would ask,she also resisted seeing a psychiatrist...but she had to work hard at loosing the weight she had gained,during the time Kris was in captivity...she even some how managed to keep working as a waitress at the Bowling Alley-Her one consolation was strange comfort Indeed"Kris was really a joy" she said...this is why whoever took her-kept her so long. He was enjoying her company...at least this is what we have told our selves and I prefer not to think...any other way...
Post by Helen Dagner on Apr 6, 2011 2:30:48 GMT -5
Helen, If he answers with a confirmation or denial, it will at least be on the record somewhere - if he answers and IF he answers either way it will lead to more questions concerning his connection to Kris as well as McKinney. Right? Ted
Post by Helen Dagner on Apr 7, 2011 0:12:18 GMT -5
KRISTINE MIHELICH Description: Age 10, of Berkley, 4 feet, 8 inches, 80 pounds with brown hair and brown eyes.
Last seen: Jan. 2, 1977, at a store near 12 Mile and Oakshire, 3 blocks from her home. She walked to the store to buy a magazine.
Found: At noon Jan. 21, 1977, on a rural road near Telegraph and 12 Mile in Franklin Village.
Cause of death: She died of suffocation. There were no signs of sexual assault.
Clues: A silver cross necklace with her first name etched on it linked her death to David Norberg. Formerly of Warren, he died in a car crash in 1981 in Wyoming. In 2000, police tested Norberg's DNA, and it did not match the hair found on Timothy King's body.
Post by Helen Dagner on Apr 18, 2011 2:05:52 GMT -5
Allen,well you were almost right-However Robertson Sr. did not call for the Task force,it was Lt. R. Jerry Simmons that did,he was with the Intelligence Unit,he called for it at noon on January 21,1977 after Kris' body was found.Robertson Sr. did however name the Task Force-}The Special Homicide Task Force} and he was the man in charge.