Only the bodies of Karen Swift, Katelyn Markham and Misty Gwinner have been recovered, there has been no trace of any of the other women, Lauren Spierer, Holly Bobo, Paige Johnson and Crystal Hall.
PETITE WHITE FEMALES GONE MISSING….
1). Karen Swift…………….. Sunday @ 5:00 am October 30th 2011 Dyersburg TN
2). Katelyn Markham..……..Saturday @ 11:00 pm August 13th 2011 Fairfield OH
3). Lauren Spierer ……..…..Friday @ 4:30 am June 3rd 2011 Bloomington IN
4). Holly Bobo ………….….Wednesday @ 7:40 am April 13th 2011 Darden TN
5). Paige Johnson …….….Thursday @ 1:00 am September 23rd 2010 Florence KY
6). Crystal Hall……………..Tuesday March 3rd, 2009, Pikeville KY
7). Misty Gwinner……………..Sunday April 3rd, 2005 from truck stop Florence KY
For some bizarre reason all the women went missing on a date with a 3 in it such as the 3rd, 13th, 23rd and 30th, I would call this a clue.
Katelyn Markham, Paige Johnson and Misty Gwinner all went missing from the same geographic area, Fairfield OH to Florence KY is only 30 miles see map above and this area links to major truck routes like I-75, I-74 and I-71 that travel West and South West to I-40, I would call this a clue.Misty Gwinner was most likely kidnapped from a truck stop in Florence KY on Sunday night April 3rd, 2005 near Covington, KY south of Cincinnati, Ohio, Katelyn Markham went missing from Fairfield OH just north of Cincinnati, Ohio and Paige Johnson went missing from Florence KY near Covington, KY south of Cincinnati, Ohio, in my business of locating “missing persons”, I would call this a clue. Whoever kidnapped Misty Gwinner from a truck stop in Florence KY drove her on I-71 to the Lexington KY area and dumped her body on North Cleveland Road, this is a major truck route, i would call this a clue.
On April 5, 2005 the Lexington Police responded to a call about a body lying in the road on Cleveland Road. The body was later identified as Misty Gwinner, a native of Covington, KY who has no known connections to Lexington. “When friends last saw Misty, she was excited about meeting a man from Kentucky who was going to help her get her life straightened out. Then she disappeared.” This case is being investigated as a homicide but police did not release details of the killing. If you have any information about it, please contact the Lexington Division of Police at (859) 258-3600.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com