Fri Nov 16, 2012, 09:22 PM
Lint Head (12,052 posts)
Body in barrel identified as Anderson, S.C. woman.
This is strange. Who would do something like this in a small town like Anderson?
The Anderson Coronerís Office has released the identification of one of the bodies found in barrel in Lake Hartwell this week.
Coroner Greg Shore said the remains of a woman found in the first barrel have been identified as 37-year-old Andrea Kellie Mitchell of Anderson.
Mitchell, he said, does not have a fixed address. Mitchell, who was identified by fingerprint, has probably been dead for about 30 days, Shore said.
A body found in a second barrel has also been identified, Shore said, but his identity has not been released pending notification of family members.|head
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Response to ProudToBeBlueInRhody (Reply #3)
Fri Nov 16, 2012, 10:04 PM
Warpy (82,285 posts)
5. Maybe not.
Serial killers love to pick on drifters who support themselves by drugs, prostitution, or a combination. Nobody has cared about such women for years and if they're reported missing by anyone, they're shuffled to the bottom of the pile.
One body might be a grudge. Two bodies is the beginning of a big problem. It also sounds like there might be more.
Response to Warpy (Reply #5)
Sat Nov 17, 2012, 06:10 PM
ProudToBeBlueInRhody (13,271 posts)
8. Just the opposite as I see it.
A serial killer has a type that they kill. When you find two bodies of both sexes, that says to me this wasn't something random but personal.
Response to Lint Head (Original post)
Fri Nov 16, 2012, 10:38 PM
Honeycombe8 (18,738 posts)
6. I watch those true crime shows. It's amazing to me what horrible things
some people do. Even people you would never think would do such a thing. And the reasons run the gamut from spouse wanting a divorce to insurance benefits to you want your neighbors to move so you kill one of them.
They've stabbed them, shot them, tortured them, poisoned them, burned them, cooked them, mutilated them, buried them, put them in dumpsters, cut them up and dispersed them around town or in the woods, dumped them in lakes.
The killers are usually men, but some have been women. The victims are anybody and everybody, even children. I don't watch the ones about children.