What the hell is going on in the Southern Midwest where a series of multiple petite blonde look-alike females have gone missing or murdered or kidnapped and Law Enforcement has no suspects, no persons of interest and apparently no clue. Jessica Heeringa, Holly Bobo, Kelli Bordeaux and Several Other Young Petite Blond Females Have Been Kidnapped Is There a Link? Has a predator or series of predators been stalking and tracking very pretty petite blond females using Geo-tagging info on photos posted to Facebook?
Series of photos above of kidnapped Kelli bordeux posted to Facebok. Geo-tagging info on photos makes it easy for predators to know exactly where you are. More and more young females are posting sexually suggestive and often time provocative pictures of themselves online (Kellie Bordeaux pic above), using facebook and other social networking sites.
Photo posted to Facebook of Jessica Heeringa who was kidnapped in North Shores MI. As more and more time passes by the missing person and/or kidnapped cases of petite blondes like Heather Hodges, Kelli Bordeaux, Paige Johnson, Holy Bobo, Lauren Spierer and others appears to be the work of sexual predators who have a specific type of female that they seeks out, a small petite female with long blonde hair. Cops claim the cases of all these missing petite blonde females are not related, oh really? Is an Online Predator Using Facebook to Locate, Stalk and Abduct Females In Real Time.
What do the unsolved missing, kidnapped and murdered cases of petite blondes Heather Hodges, Kelli Bordeaux, Paige Johnson, Holy Bobo, Lauren Spierer, Brittanee Drexel and Jessica Heeringa all have in common other than their petite size, blonde hair, good looks and unsolved cases…….they all posted photos with bios and locations to Facebook of themselves.
Photo posted to Facebook of Holly Bobo, she is on far right. GeoTagging is the process of adding geographical identification metadata to various media such as a geotagged photograph or video, websites, SMS messages, QR Codes or RSS feeds and is a form of geospatial metadata. These data usually consist of latitude and longitude coordinates, though they can also include altitude, bearing, distance, accuracy data, and place names.
Kelli Bordeaux last photo to Facebook on night she disappeared, a predator geo-tagging her would know she is going out on the town and know exactly what she was wearing, clues that private investigators use to quickly find people in crowded bars. Geotagging can help users find a wide variety of location-specific information. For instance, one can find images taken near a given location by entering latitude and longitude coordinates into a suitable image search engine.
The photo above posted to Facebook, was released by the Myrtle Beach Police Department, shows 17-year-old Brittanee Drexel, right, on a South Carolina beach the same weekend she disappeared. Geotagging-enabled information services can also potentially be used to find location-based news, websites, or other resources. Geotagging can tell users the location of the content of a given picture or other media or the point of view, and conversely on some media platforms show media relevant to a given location.
Karen Swift kidnapped and murdered. The clueless Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) has been a total failure in finding Holly Bobo or her kidnapper, they also never solved the murder of Karen Swift.
TBI Spokes-Babe Kristin Helm Puts Her Spin On The Holly Bobo Kidnap Case as Holly Bobo’s Family Speaks Out Against TBI Statements from Kristin Helm. TBI Spokes-Babe Kristin Helm is married to second in command of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI). TBI Spokes-Babe Kristin Helm gets first hand info from her husband, TBI Spokes-Babe Kristin Helm appears to be covering up for all the problems the TBI, and her husband, has had in solving the kidnapping case of Holly Bobo.
On Friday, the TBI issued a statement about a series of reports made by a group of private investigators and Nashville TV station WSMV on Holly Bobo’s missing persons case. They called the reports “irresponsible” and “unprofessional.” On Saturday, Helm tweeted a photo of The Tennessean’s article about the controversy with the caption, “Great way to start my day, and the coffee is still brewing.” “I do feel like our family situation has been mocked. I think this type of behavior just adds insult and injury and does absolutely nothing to bring my daughter home,” Karen Bobo said Tuesday. Mrs. Bobo also said the recent development is taking away from the fact that Holly is still missing. The family has now started an online petition to ask Governor Haslam to create a missing persons task force (TO ASSIST THE TBI). To sign to the petition, which has more than 8,700 signatures, go to Moveon.org.