Psychics in tacoma 72nd

The crimes, methods, and bizarre thought behaviors of serial killers never cease to amaze us. The name of this case is derived from the Green River, a river that begins in Washington State and empties into the Puget Sound in Seattle.
These empty buildings and dingy streets are not the result of an area gone into decay but rather the result of the airport’s desire for expansion. Our story begins on July 15, 1982 when two boys riding their bicycles noticed something in the water that caught their eye. A few weeks later, on August 12, 1982, a worker at a meat packing company, just south of the Peck Bridge, was gassing up his truck when he noticed what he thought was a dead animal floating in the river water. Police estimated that the two bodies in the water had been there for over a week, while the body found on the bank had been there less than a day.
In May of 1983 a very important piece of evidence surfaced that if handled properly, could have been the biggest lead in the case – an airport maintenance man was emptying trash when he found a driver’s license behind some chairs near gate B4 of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
Later in the month of May 1983, a family looking for mushrooms several miles east of the Strip, discovered a woman’s body. The body was taken to the morgue for a more thorough examination where it was discovered that her bra was on inside out and her shoelaces were untied. On July 17, 1983, James Tindal walked into the police station and filed a report on his missing ‘girlfriend’, Gisele Loworn, who had left the house to ‘turn a few tricks’ and never returned.
In the weeks ahead, several more bodies were found in the area bringing the total body count up to 22. At this point, the Task Force had three distinct dumping grounds – the Green River itself, the area around Raper’s Road, and the I-90 area. To the Green River Task Force’s surprise, the killings seemed to have mysteriously stopped in 1984 although bodies were still discovered for many years after. A body was found in early 1985 in Portland that was determined to be the remains of Denise Darcel Bush, a prostitute who had disappeared off of the Strip 3 years earlier. Ridgway had been arrested in 1982 for attempting to pick up an undercover policewoman posing as a prostitute. Police searched records of Ridgway’s previous vehicle ownership since he was known to have owned a truck with a distinctive primer patch on the door.
With all this evidence in hand, police obtained a warrant and searched Ridgway’s home and also a warehouse facility that Ridgway had rented in his father’s name. Police were certain they had their man until Ridgway’s brother came forth and pointed out that the credit card records indicated Ridgway had been on the road (with his parents) during the time of several of the killings. Finally, shortly before his release, he agreed to talk to the police, not about his involvement, but about another person who he claimed the police had implicated in the killings. The San Diego police had considered this but eventually decided their murders had nothing to do with the Green River killings.
The Green River Task force and the FBI traveled to San Diego in an attempt to gain their cooperation but the San Diego police refused to consider that the two killings could be related.
At that time the San Diego killings involved over 100 persons in which 48 were finally attributed to a serial killer. Meanwhile, although the Green River killings appeared to have ceased in the Portland area, bodies were still being found on a regular basis.
Wendy Lee Coffield, Debra Lynn Bonner, Cynthia Jean Hinds, Opal Charmaine Mills, Marcia Faye Chapman, Giselle Lovvorn, Terry Rene Milligan, Mary Bridget Meehan, Debra Lorraine Estes, Denise Darcel Bush, Shawnda Leea Summers, Shirley Marie Sherrill, Colleen Renee Brockman, Rebecca Marrero, Kase Ann Lee, Linda Jane Rule, Alma Ann Smith, Delores LaVerne Williams, Sandra Kay Gabbert, Kimi-Kai Pitsor, Gail Lynn Mathews, Andrea M. Gary Ridgway had admitted to killing dozens of women in the Pacific Northwest, a confession that gives him more murder convictions than any other serial killer in U.S.
A woman contacted me over 3 months ago with information that was sifted through and researched further. DEFINITE CONNECTION TO MARIE-JANE MOLINA MALVAR: There is one very strong connection, but apparently the police may not have handled the evidence properly (or never collected it).
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At the Metaphysical Cafe, we are updating the focus from Law of Attraction to understanding that we are fully Co-Creating our lives. Sadly, the most interesting cases are typically the ones that baffle authorities and allow the killer to ply his trade unhindered, upping his body count as the days tick by. The airport purchased much of the land around the airport and then terminated all utilities leading to the buildings. Riding alongside the Peck Bridge near Kent, Washington, the boys found the body of a young woman floating in the Green River.  Kent County police were notified and arrived on the scene to find a 16 year old girl, later identified as Wendy Lee Coffield, with a pair of jeans wrapped tightly around her neck.
The profiler theorized that the killer was probably an organized person since he took the time to properly weight down the bodies before dumping them in the water.
Fearing that the police would be of little help, he contacted Marie’s father and the two began looking for Marie on their own. They also determined that she had been strangled with a thin cord and the body immersed under water.
Martina Authorlee, 18 years old, was working the Strip when she was picked up by a trick and never seen again. A woman called the police to report a strange smell in the area of Raper’s Road, a dark alley near the airport. The two authorities argued about jurisdiction and finally called in a surveyor to determine whose responsibility the body was. The members of the task force wore distinctly colored green jackets with “Green River Task Force” emblazoned in yellow on the back.
Many times bodies were found in the exact locations where previous searches had occurred leading many to believe the investigation was being handled carelessly.
Since this location crossed state lines (it’s 3 hours distance from Seattle), the FBI became involved in the case. They found he had owned over 9 vehicles in the past few years, several of them pickup trucks (police had stopped following leads on reported vehicles since it became apparent that the killer changed vehicles often). The police discovered that Ridgway had previously attempted to illegally obtain government license plates.
Police first discounted this since they were already suspecting that more than one killer could be involved.
These killings also involved prostitutes abducted from a popular strip in downtown San Diego. This fact soon made it to the local newspapers where stories of the San Diego Police Department’s contrary attitude were made public. A man was arrested and eventually convicted but he was only convicted of 2 of the 48 murders. In 1990, shortly before the Green River Task Force was disbanded, a headless skeleton was found in a Seattle park. This data came up with one definite link of her ex-husband and Ridgeway possibly knowing each other and their connection to MARIA MALVAR.
Are they going to look at this data in 5 or 10 years and realize that there was some very significant information handed to them, but they had never investigated it further? In the interview, Ridgway, who plead guilty to killing 48 women (a 49th was identified in 2011), tells KOMO’s Charlie Hanger that the true number of victims could be closer to 80. At mortal journey, check out the footprints of our past - interesting stories and news about past and current trends and fads.

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Networking, Hearing a guest speaker share their vision and skills, and The new energy healing circles. As with any international airport, the area around it quickly grew as businesses sprouted to cater to the many travelers who crossed through its gates. The profiler deduced that the killer must be confident since he reused the same location over and over again (although he also theorized that he revisited the same locations in order to relive the murders). Marie soon left with a trick in a vehicle, described by her pimp, as a green pickup with a camper on it and a primer patch on the side (possibly blocking out a logo). After searching for some time they found a pickup truck that looked like the one the pimp had seen Marie enter. The police were immediately notified but strangely, they never showed up to retrieve the evidence. The head was covered with a paper sack, the arms crossed in front of the body, and a fish was draped across the woman’s throat. Since the body was found several miles from the Strip and the conditions of the body were substantially different from the other killings, the police wondered if they had another killer on their hands.
The police investigated and reported that the smell was nothing more than a pile of dead fish. The skeleton was determined to be the remains of Yvonne Shelley who had disappeared 5 months earlier from the Strip. Although the details of the murder made it appear to be the Green River Killer, the location was so far away from the others that the police ruled him out.
Footprints were found on the scene (with the aid of a professional US Border Patrol tracker) that were determined to be from a size 10 or 11 shoe. Bundy told the Green River Task Force that he believed the Green River Killer was known and trusted by the prostitutes, possible someone posing as a policeman or some other type of law enforcement official.
By 1985 the police had almost 4,000 pieces of evidence and over 4,000 people to interrogate. They immediately began to wonder if two killers were involved, particularly since the method of body disposal seemed to differ at times – sometimes the bodies were left in wide opened areas (e.g. They acquired a new computer system that made the task of cataloging and tracking the massive quantity of evidence and suspects much easier. Also in 1982 he had been approached by the police as he sat in his pickup truck near the little league fields. Curious about how he funded his studies, they began researching his financial records and determined that Ridgway had paid for his schooling using stolen credit cards. Meanwhile, Ridgway was sentenced to prison on a total unrelated charge.  While in prison he refused to talk to the police. Well’s apartment was searched and police found an unfinished letter to the infamous Anne Rule, a well-known crime writer who had just completed a book about Ted Bundy.
All the victim’s bodies were dumped a few miles away from the Strip, in remote locations, often covered by brush. This one sparked a particular interest with the police and served as a very strong indication that the killer was moving to other areas. I am sending you that info, with the hope that you may be able to help bring this to light. Why is it that the woman who contacted me over 3 months ago has never been given even 5 minutes of time from detectives about the Green River Killer? If you see something on Altered Dimensions that's misattributed or you would like removed, please contact us.
One major throughway that runs near the airport is Aurora Avenue.  Just off the Pacific Coast Highway, Aurora Avenue is known casually as the Sea-Tac Strip. Lots of vacant abandoned buildings and empty streets that make ideal locations for the prostitutes to conduct their business.
Wendy, a local prostitute who had been missing for 8 days from a nearby foster home, would soon gain the unfortunate legacy of being the first official victim of the soon-to-be infamous Green River Killer.
When police arrived the rafter told them that just before he spotted the bodies, he had been approached by two men on the river bank. The bodies had all been weighted down with rocks in their clothes and also had rocks inserted into body cavities. He thought the killer must be a longstanding local resident and possibly a fisherman or hunter since he seemed to be familiar with the remote areas where the bodies were being found.  Just as the prostitutes had earlier mentioned, the profiler also thought that the killer had a strong interest in police or detective work. Curious, the pimp followed them a short distance and noticed that they appeared to be arguing. Two years later it dawned on them that they could check the flight records for that departing gate and possibly even retrieve fingerprints from the license itself.
She had a bottle gripped tightly in her right hand and freshly ground meat clinched in her left hand.
This was soon discounted when they tracked down the origin of the sack found on the victim’s head – the sack was from a 7-11 store located on South 144th Street, a store that lies right in the middle of the Strip and often noted as the location where many of the victim’s were last seen. Later that month, players and parents at a little league game near Raper’s Road, noticed the same foul smell.
With the jurisdiction question out of the way, the investigation continued which in the end, never resulted in a positive identification of the body. The police classified this as another Green River Killer victim and they now had yet another spot that the killer was using to dispose of his bodies. In one instance the only source of data was stored on a single computer that was destroyed during a power surge.
About a month later, a convoy of US Army trucks pulled over near the same park for a quick break.
Police had cordoned off all roads and parks forcing the news media to camp around the perimeter of the search area. The points of this triangle were all connected by an intricate pattern of deserted, back roads offering the killer an ideal method of isolated transport. He felt that as time went on, the bodies were being dumped closer and closer to the killer’s home. He had a prostitute in the truck, a prostitute that later herself became a victim of the Green River Killer. His wife claimed that the often searched remote dump areas where he would collect old car parts.
To make matters even more suspicious – he had once lived in a house where two of the victim’s skulls had been found. Tracking the purchases on the credit cards they found records of purchases in Spokane, Vancouver, Portland, and Tigard – all places that were eventually suspected as locations where Green River killings had occurred. Due to the extra, undesired exposure, the San Diego police changed their tune and assisted in forming a joint task force.
Apparently it is not so uncommon for serial killers to hear of another rash of killings and begin working that same area. Along with the headless corpse, a piece of medical equipment was found which was eventually deemed to be the property of a Denise Bush. Many of the secluded dumpsites are now commercially developed and some are even residential developments.
I have already sent this to America’s Most Wanted, the FBI in Seattle, the Green River Task Force, and many members of the media. She has been trying to get the Task Force to look at her ex-husband since 1988 when she was finally able to leave him. This hustle and bustle Strip is a haven of dingy clubs, seedy motels, and of course, many prostitutes. During the early 80’s, this ghost town of deserted houses, businesses, and shops became the scene of one of the most baffling serial killing cases this country has ever witnessed.
The police arrived at the home and questioned two men located inside – Dale Wells and Gary Ridgway. They contacted the airport and were disappointed to discover that the license had already been destroyed and the flight records were no longer available.
Keli Kay McGuiness left the Three Bars motel to work the Strip near 216th Street never to be seen again.
To complicate matters even further, about a month later another skeleton was found in the same location. She explained that Gisele would be found lying facedown in the mud near a big tangle of bush and that she had something tied around her neck and she was not in the water.

A more thorough search of the area was initiated and still more skeletal remains turned up in the same location.
With the new force, individual duties were assigned to each of the members of the force so that each of them could specialize in an assigned area. A psychic heard of the search on the news and immediately had a vision of another body in the area. The Green River Task Force continued interviewing Bundy for several months at the Florida penitentiary where he was sitting on death row, until he was finally executed in the late 80’s. Searching prior year’s unsolved murders, they found 38 killings since 1973 that could have been the work of the Green River Killer. In late 1985, another prostitute told a strange tale that made the police wonder if the killings were starting again (or if they had ever really stopped).
In 1984 he had come forth to the police and offered to assist in their search, claiming that he had known one of the victims.
Police were unnerved when his wife drove them to some of the dump spots and they turned out to be the exact dump locations for some of the Green River Killer’s victims. Their rational is that their killings will get mingled up and confused with the other serial killer’s deeds and possibly confuse the police. On any given night, hundreds of prostitutes could be seen hanging around the street corners propositioning passerbys as they drove by. And Costance Elizabeth Naon, 20 years old and strangely, the only victim that was not a prostitute, called her boyfriend from the Red Lion bar on the Strip, and told him she would be home in 20 minutes. One month later, a man picking apples in the same area found a skeleton under a pile of brush. The second body found near the little league fields was eventually identified and determined to be Shawndra Summers who had disappeared while working the Strip in 1982. Tindal searched some more using the psychic’s description of the incident, but still had no luck finding Gisele. One of their first tasks was to investigate the claims of the infamous Henry Lee Lucas that he was the Green River Killer. She immediately drove to the scene and told the details of her vision to a policeman who was parked on an overpass.
This lead police to believe that the killer must be a local who was familiar with the area. Due to the loss of blood, the prostitute passed out and awoke some time later to discover that she had been covered by brush.
They indicated that Ridgway had a peculiar fascination with the Green River Killer (Ridgway theorized that they were killed during the making of snuff films).
The majority of the San Diego killings remain unresolved and nobody has yet to determine if the murders were related to the Green River killings.
It was later discovered that other victims had similar missing pieces that were eventually found in other locations. When a customer was found and a transaction initiated, they could simply take their tricks to one of the nearby motels or one of the many vacant buildings or empty side streets. Police investigated the scene thoroughly and later in the day they discovered another body in the grass nearby. Then, 9 days later, a man riding a trail bike stumbled across the badly decomposed body of Gisele in some bushes near the deserted houses south of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The policeman shrugged her off and told her if she actually found a body then she should contact the Green River Task Force. This belief was compounded by the fact that many of the roads were not even located on area maps.
Peering through the brush, she could see the man standing there, calmly smoking a cigarette and staring at the pile of brush.
He often talked of the stupid mistakes that infamous serial killer Ted Bundy had committed.
Police theorized that the killer was returning to the scene and retrieving body parts then distributing them to other locations, possibly in an effort to confuse the police. Beginning in the middle of 1999, the area around Vancouver, British Columbia, began experiencing a rash of prostitute disappearances. When she did not return that evening, he and the girl’s father went looking for the vehicle. Marie’s father accepted this without question since he was suspicious of the pimp’s story anyway. Discouraged, she drove off with her children and continued homeward until she was mysteriously drawn towards a service road. She lay still for some time until the man finally drove away, after which she crawled to the road and summoned help from a passing car. He was known to have had a hatred for prostitutes (he felt they were responsible for spreading AIDS).
It also seemed as if the killer had listened to police reports and quickly changed his location in an effort to elude them. Probably not…he was already in police custody when they came forward with all of the information about his very strange HABITS.
They found it sitting in front of Gary Ridgway’s home, decided to park nearby and called the police to the scene.
She stopped her car and unloaded the kids and began walking around a dump site located just off the road. The police created a sketch of the killer from her detailed description, a picture that was broadcast on national TV 4 years later (see side note).
He had often told casual acquaintances that he worked for the CIA and often arrived home in an agitated state and would have to watch TV for several hours to calm down. They arrived at the house, briefly questioned Ridgway and he said that he had not been with the girl. She was looking at the skull of an animal when she noticed her daughter standing off to the side staring at a piece of large plastic. On 5-27-83, Patricia and her husband were at the Sea Tac Airport to see off his mother & father at Gate B-4. The Task Force has mishandled evidence and not picked up other meaningful pieces of the puzzle. Before getting out of their vehicle, her husband had pulled out a wallet that looked like hers. I seriously believe that when this is all over, there WILL be another lawsuit in Seattle, like the one that is being put together right now in Vancouver, about not investigating THIS matter properly. She had just began telling the group of reporters about the body she had found when the Task Force swarmed the area and whisked her away to a private location where they could discuss the details of her find.
My letter has been sent to many important people, including several members of the media, and I ask that you read this VERY carefully. In the message below is the DEFINITE LINK that connects this suspect to not only one of the missing women on the Green River Killer List, but there is also the possibility of him knowing and associating with Gary Ridgway, the man that is in police custody but only charged with murder for 4 of the 49 women who made it onto the OFFICIAL list. She grabbed it out of the stack in his hand, and wondered what he would be doing with HER license.
There was at least one time when bodies had been found, that a witness spoke of 2 men being in that area, and they were seen leaving together in a pick-up truck. She noticed that there were 4 NAMES on the license, but only caught part of the last name MAL ___. Why won’t the Task Force even READ the information that was sent to them over 3 months ago?
I KNOW that they have not looked at the information, otherwise they would have been actively pursuing this man…the LINK is right in front of their noses. They were then told to leave, because the gates were about to be closed to that terminal, so there was no time to continue looking for it. It also appears that the log book for that particular day is nowhere to be found, or they could prove that Patricia and her husband HAD been there. Patricia KNEW that there had been 4 names on the license…HOW, if she had not seen it? Malvar either called her Marie or Maria, NEVER was there any articles with all 4 names in it.

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