Along Interstate Highways Signs Of Serial Killings By Long Haul Truckers in TN IND OH VA NC SC LA and KY Where 100 Bodies Have Been Found., There have been 12 identical cases of petite blonde haired white females who have just vanished from the face of the earth and cops have no clues
UPDATED September 18th, 2013
The only known serial killers (2) in the State of Florida in the last 30 years were Aileen Wuornos who killed 7 men (no women) in 1990 in Marion County, Pasco County, Citrus County, Dixie County and Volusia County. The other serial killer was Daniel Rolling who murdered five students in Gainesville Florida in 1990 and admitted committing a November 4, 1989, triple homicide in Shreveport, Louisiana. Serial Killers Wuornos and Rolling have no link to the serial killer working the I-4 corridor in Florida in the last 30 years as indicated by the FBI report. FBI Highway Serial Killings Map New Initiative on an Emerging Trend 2009: FBI claims a serial killer is working I-4 corridor in Florida from Daytona Beach to Orlando to Tampa Fl with over 29 unsolved murders of females with bodies left near the interstate. Dayton Beach police are working a series of unsolved murders of 4 women linked to prostitution and acknowledge that they have a serial killer, but the Sheriff Department in Orange County and the Sheriff Department in Polk County and the Sheriff Department in Hillsborough County have no active serial killer cases that they are working, none could explain where the FBI got its information, so Who’s Zoomin’ Who? Don’t you think the FBI should clue in local law enforcement? See FBI link to map https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2009/april/highwayserial_040609
Along Interstate Highways Signs Of Serial Killings By Long Haul Truckers in TN, IND, OH, VA, NC, SC, LA and KY where 100 bodies have been found. Highway violence; In the past four decades, 459 deaths and 41 attempted homicides are believed to be linked to serial killers who are using the nation’s highways to find and dispose of their victims.
MISSING: Carmen Purpura, 31, was last seen on July 11, 2007, at a truck stop in Indianapolis. A cab of a truck driver and suspected serial killer was “awash with blood” belonging to 10 different people, said a prosecutor who charged the man Thursday with murdering a missing woman. Carmen Purpura’s body, her photo above, has not been found, but the prosecutor said her blood soaked the seats in Bruce Mendenhall’s cab, and that so much of her blood was there she could not possibly be alive.
The FBI’s breakdown by state, click link to see interactive FBI Map :http://i.usatoday.net/_common/_flash/usmap.swf?strFileName=http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2010-10-05-1Ahighwaykiller05_CV_N.htm&fileurl=20101004-highway-killers/&preview=false
That still appears to leave hundreds of killings unsolved, and the cases continue to mount. Not every killing along the nation’s roadways is related, but since the FBI went public with the Highway Serial Killings initiative last year, local authorities have been sending information about unsolved slayings that fit the profile to FBI analysts. Their hope: that the analysts can offer leads or find connections to other killings that may have happened years ago or several states away. Some of the killings recently added to the Highway Serial Killings database date back several years. Others, such as the one in Barstow, are relatively new. “We seem to have one a week that comes in,” says Michael Harrigan, the special agent who oversaw the FBI’s effort for the past three years. “It could be a killing that’s 30 years old. It could be one that happened a week ago.” Whether the oldest and coldest cases can be solved, Harrigan is uncertain. But he’s hopeful. Harrigan and other law enforcement authorities believe serial killers still operate along some of the most well-traveled roads in the nation. “They’re out there,” he says.