"Life Imitates Art" or in this case a scenario from the TV program "Criminal Minds" in 2010 mimics the cases of missing petite blonde females, Mickey Shunick, Heather Hodges, Kellie Bordeaux, Lauren Spierer, Holly Bobo and others. I happened to see the Criminal Minds episode "The Interent is Forever" and it sure struck a cord with me, could some nut case have been inspired by the tactics shown in the May 2010 episode to abduct females in the real world?
Back on May 12th 2012, I wrote Were Missing Petite Blondes Heather Hodges, Kelli Bordeaux, Holy Bobo and Lauren Spierer Abducted by a Facebook Predator, Cops Have No Clues. As more and more time passes by the missing person and/or kidnapped cases of petite blondes Mickey Shunick, Heather Hodges, Kelli Bordeaux, Holy Bobo, Lauren Spierer and others appears to be the work of a serial sexual predators who has a specific type of female that he seeks out. Cops claim the cases of the missing petite blonde females are not related, oh really?
The FBI has not released any information about the profile of a possible perp in any of the cases, so what is really going on? The one common denominator is that all of these missing person and/or kidnapped females had posted photos and bios of themselves online with Facebook or Myspace or “other” social networks including information about what town or city they lived in and where they hung out.
In at least 9 cases of missing petite blonde females from the southern Midwest the women disappeared from public streets, no homes or apartments were broken into, none of the women’s boyfriends or husbands or fathers or brothers are a suspect in their disappearance, no DNA, no clues, they all just disappeared into thin air, someone knew where to find them when they were out.
From CRIMINAL MINDS, "The Internet is Forever", air date May 19th, 2010..."The kidnapper left no DNA, there was no sign of forced entry or a struggle, and the victims were missing for two or three days before anyone reported it. JJ asked Garcia to look into the women's personal lives, and she found all three of them were active participants on social networking websites. The last post on each woman's account indicated she was going on vacation, a business trip, or something else similar. These women had posted every intimate detail of their lives on these sites. The unsub must have friended them, and then hacked into their accounts. Besides being a computer wizard, he's also organized enough not to leave any forensic evidence and patient enough to wait two months between kidnappings."
PETITE BLONDE WHITE FEMALES GONE MISSING:
1). Mickey Shunick...........Saturday May 19th, 2012 Lafayette LA
2). Kelli Bordeaux…………Saturday April 14th, 2912 Fayetville NC
3). Heather Hodges………Monday April 9th, 2012 Rocky Mount VA
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
Starting in April 2011, a petite blonde white female was abducted every two months up to October and then it stops. The pattern starts again in April 2012 with two cases of abducted petite blonde white females and then speeds up when another petite blonde white female goes missing in May, see above details.
I feel that these very attractive petite blonde females were unknowingly getting a lot of attention online through their Facebook page or MySpace or any ad they may have posted online. I have found through multiple infidelity investigations that young females and males post way too much information about themselves along with provocative photos on Facebook and MySpace. All of these very attractive females, Mickey Shunick, Heather Hodges, Kelli Bordeaux, Holy Bobo and Lauren Spierer had FaceBook pages or online ads with photos of themselves.
Whenever I get a missing person or infidelity case that involves a young male of female, 18 to 28, the first place I go to find additional information on them is Facebook where I will find multiple photos of them along with their friends at various bars and social functions, names, locations, dates it is all there. I can locate anyone within 48 hours from information posted on their Facebook page, if I can so can others. How Online Predators Make Use of Your Facebook Profile, see http://teenadvice.about.com/od/currenteventsissues/a/facebooksafe_2.htm
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com