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Old 12-13-2011, 11:01 AM
 
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I was reading on Google about a person who can solve the Heberer Lorius case and he sounded as if he could really solve this case that rivals with the Lindbergh Baby and Amelia Earhart. Its about two men and two women who disappeared in N.M. back in 1935 and were never found.
Has anyone heard about this mystery about two couples from Duquoin Illinois and East St. Louis? To read about the Story go to Google and type in Pintada Kid. This person seems to know who killed them, Why and Where the bodies will be found.
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Old 12-15-2011, 05:39 PM
 
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Wait, whoa, you lost me. I've certainly heard of the Lindbergh case but what are the other names about?
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Old 12-15-2011, 07:11 PM
 
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According to the man on google who can solve the Mystery of the Heberer Lorius people its about two men and two women from Illinois who came through N.M. in 1935 and disappeared in the middle of New Mexico and were never found. Also he states that he knows who killed them and why and where the bodies will be found.
He also says his brother in law who was a State Police reopened the case in the early 50s and could have solved the case because he knew who the killer and his Accomplices were but he couldnt find the bodies so he never solved the case. Also according to his brother in law he says that the reason the case was never solved because the N.M. State Police were just getting started in N.M. in 1935 and they were competing with the FBI to solve the case and witheld information from each other and they bungled the case and it was never solved.
But you can read the whole story about this man who tells his story on Google about how hes been researching the case for over 30 years now by going to Google and typing in Pintada Kid. Its a very interesting story and everyone who likes a good mystery should read it.
Supposedly this Pintada Kid knows all those mountains all over the Middle of New Mexico very well and has found lots of important evidence to solve the case right down to knowing who the killers are and why these people were killed and where the bodies will be found and according to him the N.M. State Police have recorded his story and think he has a good chance of solving the case. The N.M. State Police wanted him to show them the area but when he told them the Rattlesnakes were 5 and 6 foot long in the area he never heard from them again.
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