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Friday, September 20, 2013

Sarasota Private Eye Kayla Sharrow Looks Into The Investigation of Multiple Missing Petite Blond Females Like Holly Bobo and Heather Hodges. Last month I was invited to Atlanta GA by CNN Headline News and Jane Velez Mitchell to participate in the ongoing investigator of multiple missing petite blond females like Holly Bobo and Heather Hodges by what appears to be a serial abductor.  These missing petite blond females appear to have been kidnapped by a serial abductor and this premise will be the subject of  CNN Headline News and Jane Velez Mitchell new series called ‘GONE’.

The new CNN/HLN Jane Velez Mitchell series called ‘GONE’ will profile Holly Bobo, Heather Hodges and other missing females, the mother of Holly Bobo, Karen Bobo, is also on the program. There had been 5 identical cases of petite blond haired white females who just vanished from the face of the earth when I was on CNN/HLN in November 2011, cops had no clues as to where any of then are or have a suspect. Karen Swift’s body and Katelyn Markham’s body have been found but cops still have no suspect. In the Holly Bobo case it appears that a white male about be 5′ 10″ to 6′ 0″ tall and over 200 lbs kidnapped Holly Bobo from her carport in Darden TN but the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has been unable to find her or her abductor. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has also been unable to solve the Karen Swift abduction and murder.
(WMC-TV) – With the help of a new group and a map, there is shocking new evidence in the disappearance of Holly Bobo. “As Holly’s mother, I cannot stop looking for my daughter,” said Karen Bobo wearing a necklace with her daughter’s photo. More photos of Holly Bobo sit on the piano behind her mother. It has been two long years since Holly, a nursing student, disappeared from the family home in Darden. “The lack of communication has been a huge problem (TBI),” said Karen Bobo who is frustrated.  “I expect respect, professionalism. I know they are not counselors. I just don’t think it’s too much to ask for information. Where they are on the case,” said Bobo. That frustration with the TBI forced Bobo to team up with a group from Middle Tennessee. They have put together a lot of information including the fact that Holly’s phone was discovered in the grass in a culvert. It was found about eight miles from her home by people searching from the Bobo’s church.
Who is responsible for more than a dozen white, pretty, petite look-a-like females with long blond hair who have been listed as missing, kidnapped or unfortunately murdered over the last few years?  All of these “missing” petite blond females, Heather Hodges, Kelli Bordeaux, Paige Johnson, Holly Bobo and Lauren Spierer and others all look-alike with almost identical features, size, height, weight, long blond hair and all are in the same age group, see example below.
1). Kelli Bordeaux, blond hair, 5′ 0″ tall and 99 lbs, 23 years old.
2). Paige Johnson, blond hair, 5′ 1″ tall and 110 lbs, 18 years old.
3). Holly Bobo, blond hair, 5′ 3″ tall and 110 lbs, 21 years old.
4). Lauren Spierer, blond hair, 4′ 11″ tall and 95 lbs, 21 years old.
5). Heather Hodges, blond hair, 5′ 1″ tall and 100 lbs, 22 years old
Despite national media coverage, extensive police searches and investigation, and an $250,000 reward, neither Holly Bobo nor her abductor have been found, nor has Lauren Spierer. Police are no longer actively searching for her and have no suspects, though the investigation remains open and ongoing. See FBI kidnapped poster for Holly Bobo, http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/holly-bobo/view  

So what is this all about, is there some sort of ‘serial abductor’ out there roaming from state to state who strikes between the hours of 10:30 pm to 7:40 am? Why do all these missing girls look like sisters, same size, same age range, same hair color, etc., etc ., etc., sure are a lot of ‘coincidences’ or is a predator looking for specific type of petite blond female to abduct, sure looks like it!

   Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com