Friday, July 24, 2015
LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – A Florida private investigator says he believes more than a dozen missing persons cases from Kentucky and surrounding states may be connected. The faces of the young women on Bill Warner’s blog are similar but behind each smile is a different family searching for answers. “It just escalated over the last two or three years,” Warner said. “It continued, the same profile, young female with long blond hair, same petite size, it just kept happening over and over and over again.” Bill Warner says his interest began with a case in Tennessee and spread from there. Now he spotlights at least 17 women who have gone missing or were murdered, and he believes there may be a connection to Central Kentucky. “It’s kind of a center point, north, south, east, and west, you draw a big circle and Lexington is in the middle,” he said. One of the earliest cases on his web page is from Lexington.
The body of 18-year-old Misty Gwinner was found on North Cleveland Road in 2005. She was last seen in Florence. “And there was no person of interest, there was no suspect, there was nothing for these families to get some closure, it just kept happening,” Bill Warner said. The latest face on his wall belongs to Brookelyn Farthing, who was 18 years old when she disappeared. She’s been missing since June 2013 from Madison County. Kentucky State Police are investigating her disappearance. They say they’ve investigated every scenario they can and don’t believe her case is connected to any others.
Bill Warner says he doesn’t want to hinder any local investigations but believes some of the cases, including four of them from Kentucky, may be connected. Alana Gwinner from Fairfield OH was kidnapped and murdered, her body was found near Sugar Bay in Warsaw KY, 65 miles away. “I’m looking at 17 different girls who all look exactly alike, and every individual area, whether it’s state police or local police, they all say the same thing, it’s not connected to the others,” he said. “Maybe this needs national attention that all these young girls who look like they’re all sisters have all just totally vanished without any kind of leads.” Bill Warner says he hopes those leads come and that they bring answers to more than a dozen families.
14). UNSOLVED MURDER…Katelyn Markham, long blondish hair, 5′3″ tall and 128 lbs, 22 years old, kidnapped Sat @ 11:00 pm 8/13/2011 Fairfield OH (KIDNAPPED-MURDERED) her body found in Cedar Grove Indiana.
15). One of the missing blonde females on my previous list was Karen Swift, I have been hired by a friend of the family to investigate her death. Karen Swift was kidnapped and murdered on or about Sunday @ 5:00 am on October 30th, 2011 in Dyersburg TN, her body was found in December 2011, but there are no suspects in her violent murder. CONTACT: Bill Warner private investigator 941-926-1926 or email Bill Warner firstname.lastname@example.org
“Chillicothe’s missing women”: As women keep washing up dead Chillicothe Ohio fears a serial killer is on the loose. Chillicothe is no longer just another Rust Belt town. Now it’s the place where women go missing and wash up dead. In little over a year, at least six women have disappeared from the town of only 21,000. Four of their bodies have been found, almost all of them dumped in creeks or streams flowing away from the town. The women have similar stories.
Most of them were hooked on drugs, and many moonlighted as prostitutes to fund their addictions, police say. Some of them even knew one another. The similarities between the victims and the crime scenes have Chillicothe terrified that a serial killer is on the loose. Local police, several county sheriffs’ offices and state investigators have banded together to solve the spiraling murder mystery. Even FBI analysts are assisting with the investigation, busy compiling a profile of a possible serial killer.
1). Charlotte Trego first to vanish.
2). Wanda Lemons 37-year-old, missing
3). Shasta Himelrick cause of death disputed.
4). Tiffany Sayre murdered.
5). TimberlyClaytor, murdered. The Ross County Sheriff’s Office says Jason McCrary is charged with murder in the death of Timberly Claytor earlier this year. The indictment was announced Friday 7/24/2015 in Chillicothe. The prosecutor said Claytor, 38, got into a car with McCrary in the early morning hours of May 29 and that was the last time she was seen before her body was recovered the next morning. Claytor’s body was found in nearby Massieville. Officials said she’d been shot in the head three times, but a motive has yet to be determined.
6). Megan Lancaste missing
SAME SCENARIO IS PLAYING OUT IN CINCINNATI, SEE BELOW.
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