Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Jane Snow's Grizzly Murder at a Gaylord Rest Stop in 1979 Still Remains a Mystery

The Argus-Press, May 16, 1979



Pontiac Man Booked In Murder Probe, The Argus-Press, May 17, 1979

Girl's Body Found 25 Miles From Murder Site; The Argus-Press, May 21, 1979

Four Recent Killings 'Seem Unrelated'; The Argus-Press, May 22, 1979

4 Women Murdered And Town Lives In Fear; The Montreal Gazette, May 24, 1979

Continue Murder Probes; The Ludington Daily News, May 24, 1979

Suspect Charged In Antrim Cabin Slaying; The Argus-Press, May 25, 1979

Patrols Added At Rest Areas; The Toledo Blade, Jul 26, 1979


Rest Stop Slaying Remains Unsolved; The Argus-Press, May 16, 1989


Family Members Say Jane's Memory Remains Strong; The Petoskey News, May 12, 2009

Probe: Hope 'Someone Will Come Forward'; The Petoskey News, May 12, 2009

Unsolved Slaying Still Haunts Officials; The Petoskey News, May 12, 2009


Anonymous said...

I'm willing to bet it's a local that killed all the women in those articles. Too much knowledge of the area and he'd be able to blend in-hide in plain sight. At this point, the killer will never be brought to justice.

Lefty said...

Most likely teenager impersonating Jason and Michael Myers