what happened to Elosie Worledge case study Brenda Sue Gere

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what happened to Elosie Worledge case study Brenda Sue Gere

Post by redpill on Mon Oct 17, 2016 3:46 pm

this was 8 yo Elosie Worledge



did one of her parents murder her? or was it an intruder?

What happened to Brenda Sue Gere can give us guidelines to what happened to Eloise Worledge

this was 12 year old Brenda Sue Gere








Birth: Feb. 9, 1973
Fontana
San Bernardino County
California, USA
Death: Sep. 19, 1985
Clearview
Snohomish County
Washington, USA

Daughter of Joe and Elaine; sister of Joey and Michael. Brenda was kidnapped and murdered by Michael Kay Green on September 19, 1985. Green was convicted in 1993, and is currently serving out a life sentence in a Washington prison. Brenda Gere's story is detailed in the book, "Salt of the Earth", by Jack Olsen.

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Parents:
 Joe Paul Gere (1947 - 1988)


1973 would make Brenda a Gen X on Survivor Gen X vs millennials



her killer is Michael Kay Green

to recap from
Brenda Sue Gere and Jonbenet Ramsey, on Investigation Discovery Suspicion
http://jbrwdi.forumotion.com/post?p=8485&mode=editpost

in broad daylight on Sept 19, 1985 3pm,  Brenda Sue Gere returns home from school first, before her younger brother did. Michael Kay Green was seen in a white pickup truck parked near her home. Somehow he entered her home, abducted her, threw her into his van, drove her to his home, killed her in his van, and buried her body, in broad day light, undetected.

initially Michael Green parked his white pickup truck in a drive way of a neighbor, who memorized his license plate, asked his business then asked him to leave. Another neighbor heard Brenda say NO but thought it was some hide and go seek game, at 3pm.

When brother returned Brenda wasn't there but he assumed she was at a friends house "she was the most popular girl in the school"

Michael Green was caught and sent to prison for murder for life but never confessed.
We do not know how he crossed pass with Brenda or how he chose her or how he entered the home.

He took a lot of risks, his car was seen and reported and by the end day detectives visited his home asking him about this around 11pm.

Brenda Gere was abducted from her own home, from inside her own home, in the middle of the day by an intruder, Green, who put her in a pickup truck and drove her to another location. The only evidence that was reported was eye witness testimony of people who were there. No evidence of any forced break-ins. Nothing stolen. No broken windows or doors.

how does this shed light on what happened to Eloise Worledge?



here's a wiki summary

Eloise Anne Worledge (8 October 1967 – 12 January 1976) was an 8-year-old girl who was abducted from her home in Beaumaris, Victoria, Australia, on 12 January 1976.

No one has ever been arrested in the case, which has gone cold.

Discovery of disappearance

Eloise's four-year-old brother raised the alarm when he noticed she was not in her room at 7:30 a.m. He later told police that he had heard "robbers" who had kidnapped his sister — but was too scared to say anything because he thought they would take him too. There was no sign of a struggle. He described hearing crackling noises that police believe to be consistent with steps on the sea-grass floor covering of Eloise's bedroom.
Investigation

Police believed that Eloise was lured from her bed by someone whom she knew and trusted and had simply left the house via the front door, which had been left unlocked. Another possibility was that she may have been abducted by a prowler known to be in the area at the time.

A dark green car speeding down Scott Street at 2 a.m. was reported by a neighbour. Another neighbour reported seeing a green Holden station wagon she did not recognize parked near the Worledge's house. Around midnight, Ann Same, another neighbour, reported having seen a young man walking down the fenceline of the Worledge home, making her feel so uneasy that she crossed the street in avoidance. Around the same time, Molly Salts, a neighbour from further down the street, saw a young man jump the fence into the Worledge property after running in front of her car and across the street. At 2 a.m., Daphne Owen-Smith heard a child's cry and a car door slam; Ann Same reported also hearing this at the same time.

Bark from a tree outside Eloise's window was found on her bedroom floor. A small hole had been cut in the flyscreen of her window, but forensic tests revealed that it had been cut from the inside. Police believed the hole was too small to have been used by the abductor, and scientific evidence found it unlikely that Eloise was taken through her open bedroom window.

Both parents were initially treated as suspects.[1] At the time of Eloise's disappearance, both her parents had been having affairs, and her father was believed to be depressed due to the looming divorce. He was to move out on the day Eloise was found missing. Senior constable Nazaretian said in 2002 that Patsy Worledge told police at the time of her daughter's disappearance she felt that her husband "was involved in the disappearance as a means of prolonging the inevitable and as a way of spiting her".[2]

On the night of Eloise's disappearance, her father had gone to bed over an hour and a half after Eloise, and around an hour after his wife. He left the front door open because he was unaware Patsy had forgotten to close it. A passage light was left on in the hallway when the children went to bed each night, and was turned off by the last parent to bed, but it was stated by police that on that night "Lindsay Worledge did not turn off the passageway light". At around 4:45 a.m. the next morning, Patsy awoke to go to the toilet and noted that the light was off. It is almost certain Eloise had already been taken by this time.

Despite a very extensive search and a $10,000 reward posted in 1976, no trace of Eloise has ever been found. Homicide cold case detectives reinvestigated the case in 2001, but to no avail.[3]

as with Jonbenet Ramsey, in Eloise Worledge the central question is was it the parents or was it an intruder?

they did find physical evidence such as tan bark and a cut screen and open door, but either the parents could have staged that, or an intruder came in and left that evidence behind.

but eye witness testimony tips it and is essentially the same as Brenda Gere

in Eloise



A dark green car speeding down Scott Street at 2 a.m. was reported by a neighbour. Another neighbour reported seeing a green Holden station wagon she did not recognize parked near the Worledge's house. Around midnight, Ann Same, another neighbour, reported having seen a young man walking down the fenceline of the Worledge home, making her feel so uneasy that she crossed the street in avoidance. Around the same time, Molly Salts, a neighbour from further down the street, saw a young man jump the fence into the Worledge property after running in front of her car and across the street. At 2 a.m., Daphne Owen-Smith heard a child's cry and a car door slam; Ann Same reported also hearing this at the same time.

this is the same evidence presented in Brenda Sue Gere



neighbors reported seeing a white pick up truck, though this was 3pm. They saw Michael Green described him and identified him. They heard Brenda say NO! no one though witness the actual abduction.

Comparing  Brenda Sue Gere with Eloise Worledge it is clear Eloise was abducted by an intruder in a manner that is strikingly similar to Brenda Sue Gere.

In Brenda's case, since it happened in the day Michael Green was quickly reported as a suspect.

In Eloise case, the suspect may be the driver of that green Holden station wagon who was never identified.

My thoughts: it is possible Eloise was abducted by someone she knew or who knew her. Or it was a first time offense for this killer, or the first time this killer chose to enter the home to abduct his victim. In that case, it could be anyone in Bearmaruis in 1976, though most likely a male.

If it was a known serial offender, then there really is only one suspect that is singled out uniquely and that is Mr. Cruel. Bearmarius is in same state as Victoria, Melbourne. And Mr Cruel is the only known serial home invading pedophile young girl abductor.


Beaumaris is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 19 km south-east from Melbourne's central business district.[2] Its local government area is the City of Bayside. At the 2011 Census, Beaumaris had a population of 12,829. It is located on Port Phillip.

if it was Mr Cruel, he'd be 12 years younger than when he abducted Sharon Wills in 1988. The difference in age between 20 and 32 is within a lifetime of a productive and good health.

Eye witnesses report a young man near Eloise home at 12am.

. Around midnight, Ann Same, another neighbour, reported having seen a young man walking down the fenceline of the Worledge home, making her feel so uneasy that she crossed the street in avoidance.

Around the same time, Molly Salts, a neighbour from further down the street, saw a young man jump the fence into the Worledge property after running in front of her car and across the street.

2 separate eye witness report the same young man near Worledge property fence, at same time.

Eloise Worledge, like Jonbenet Ramsey and Brenda Sue Gere were victims of home invading intruder. Like a Star @ heaven Like a Star @ heaven Like a Star @ heaven

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