The Oakland County Child Killer case in the news

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The Oakland County Child Killer case in the news

Post by redpill on Thu Feb 18, 2016 11:42 pm

Suspect Feb. 15 is 40th anniversary of first known suspect Mark Stebbins death.
ibid wrote:
It began Feb. 15, 1976, with the disappearance of Mark Stebbins.

The 12-year-old Ferndale boy was the first of four children kidnapped and killed by a person or persons since dubbed the Oakland County Child Killer. The murders took place over a period of 13 months and led to one of the largest police manhunts in U.S. history.

Forty years later, all four cases remain unsolved.

Barry King, whose 11-year-old son Timothy was abducted in March 1977, is still searching for answers. The retired Birmingham attorney decided this month to start blogging about the murders in hopes he might flesh out new information about the crimes.

Several similar homicides involving children were reported before and after in Michigan and Ohio, but only the four victims from Oakland County are directly tied to a possible serial killer.

Autopsies indicated the two boys were sexually assaulted, but not the two girls. White animal hairs, presumably from a dog, were found on the victims. All four children were neatly dressed when their bodies were discovered and it appeared they had been bathed.

a poster named Helen Dagner has devoted her life to OCCK.

i speculate based on similarities of the Allan Letter and Jonbenet Ramson letter it is same author, therefore OCCK killed Jonbenet. He learned of her due to her participation of child beauty pageants. Plenty of children mysterious abducted and murdered from Amy Mihllavic to Morgan Nick to Amber Hageman.

if you are narrowly focused on one case, whether it is the Zodiac, Amy Mihalvic, OCCK, Jonbenet, Samuel Sheppard, it's easy to forget there are hundreds of other cases.

this news article

(WXYZ) - The Oakland County Child Killer case is one of the most notorious unsolved murder cases in the country.

Next Monday marks 40 years to the day that the first victim of the Oakland County Child Killer was abducted.

This case became synonymous with a particular car: a blue AMC Gremlin. But as we approach this sad anniversary, the victims’ families tell the 7 Investigators that car was never a good lead, and they have a different vehicle they want you to know about.

“It was terrible. The things those poor kids went through,” said Mike Stebbins. When his little brother, Mark, vanished on February 15, 1976, Mike’s life violently changed course.

those who work on this case think its the most famous and notorious unsolved murder case. those who work on Jonbenet think that's important. i've worked on UID dana point jane doe specifically. lots of sleuths who work on unidentified decedents.

it's worth noting that the behavior evidence led investigators to link the 4 children based on case linkage analysis. the one physical evidence they publicly stated linked these 4 cases is that the same white dog hair was found on all four victims. Jonbenet had multiple unidentified animal hair on her body, in addition to multiple unidentified fibers.

If OCCK did kill Jonbenet, then he most likely was a perpetrator who was never on any suspect list, since the known suspects are dead or not known to be in Colorado. So what this means is he was in Oakland Michigan in 1970s and somehow made his way to Boulder, Co 1996. Possibly though it could be a vacation trip as in skiing.

If you have any information about this case, please call the Task Force at 1-855-MICH-TIP.

If you would like to reach Heather Catallo, please email her: hcatallo or call 248-827-4473.

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