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Monday, October 10, 2016

Crime Watch Daily Covers the Unsolved Murder of Amy Mihaljevic

Follow this link to Crime Watch Daily to see Andrea Isom's new story about the Amy Mihaljevic case.

They did a really nice job and spent lots of time interviewing people in Ohio when they came out here a couple months ago.

Nicely done!

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Andi Soergel said...

Why don't the investigators use you more in this case? What I mean is, this interview was great, but the investigators kind of act like you have "some ideas", but it seems they don't give much credence to your theory. It seems you've done more to advance this case than they have.

Carol Schultz said...

My dad worked at the Buick Dealership with Mark. My own daughter was close to Amy's age. This event made me hold my daughter tighter and always have an eye on her, as we lived in nearby Westlake. I hope and pray Amy's killer is found. The family deserves to know what monster did this. Amy and her family will always be in our thoughts and prayers.

Carol Schultz said...

My dad worked at the Buick Dealership with Mark. My own daughter was close to Amy's age. This event made me hold my daughter tighter and always have an eye on her, as we lived in nearby Westlake. I hope and pray Amy's killer is found. The family deserves to know what monster did this. Amy and her family will always be in our thoughts and prayers.

Carol Schultz said...

My dad worked at the Buick Dealership with Mark. My own daughter we born October 10, 1980. This event made me hold my daughter tighter and always have an eye on her as we lived in nearby Westlake. I hope and pray Amy's killer is found. The family deserves to know what monster did this. Amy and her family will always be in our thoughts and prayers.

Carol Schultz said...

My dad worked at the Buick Dealership with Mark. My own daughter we born October 10, 1980. This event made me hold my daughter tighter and always have an eye on her as we lived in nearby Westlake. I hope and pray Amy's killer is found. The family deserves to know what monster did this. Amy and her family will always be in our thoughts and prayers.

Lily said...

You're looking pretty hot these days, Renner!

LEM said...

I have always been interested in this case. I ll never forget that beautiful Fall day when Amy disappeared. I was at work and my boss came in and told my entire department to take off at 1:00. He thought it was too nice of a day to be inside. We eagerly accepted the invitation to leave. I was home by 1:30, put on my running shoes and took off for a nice run. I lived in Westlake at the time and ran miles throughout Westlake and Bay Village that afternoon. Later that night, I was watching the news and couldn't believe that this little girls went missing. I had run right by there. In the weeks that followed I was uneasy about running. I spent a lot of time running in the woods behind Bonne Bell and I remember being nervous that I would stumble upon something. I always thought it was weird that a runner found her on that country road while doing her morning run. I must have had a gut feeling. Anyway, years later I read Jim's books, followed the news reports and articles about the case. My friends and I hosted an annual psychic party during the week before Halloween. It was just for fun and really just an excuse for a bunch of girls to get together and drink some wine. This time of year reminds so many Clevelanders of Amy. It was on the top of my mind so I asked the psychic if she had any feelings about the case..It was really interesting because she said she really didn't feel anything. She asked me to ask her something specific and she thought maybe that trigger something. She said she remembered the case (she is from Twinsburg) but wasn't that familiar with the details. I asked her if the police have spoken to the killer? All the sudden she just started spewing info at me…She told me that there was more than one killer. I asked her a question about the teacher.. She said that there was a teacher involved but it was not a teacher that Amy knew. This teacher was used as the bait to rope Amy in. He knows kids and knows how to control them. She went on to say she thought it was some sickos involved in a child porn ring. She is not so sure the teacher killed Amy. She said the teacher is a weak man controlled by other sickos. He may have been forced to deal with her body after they all used her. Unfortunately, she also said the only way police will figure this out is if they can find the link that ties all these sickos together. She wasn't sure what that common link was. She didn't feel that the case would ever be solved because she felt like there were too many pieces parts that needed to be placed together and too many people involved.
Then all the sudden she said she wasn't feeling anything else. I tried asking other questions but she wasn't seeing anything…She just kept saying, "I don't know". In the years that my friends and I were doing this party we found her to be really spot on. But, sometimes she would be way off too! But if she didn't know a feeling about something, she was always very direct and told you if she didn't know. I found it weird that the feelings she had about the situation left as quickly as they came. She told me sometimes she sees something and sometimes it just stops.
I fond it interesting too that her insight was somewhat similar to the info that another psychic had given to JIm. Again, my friends and I take what she says with a grain of salt.. this was truly just for fun. However, I have often wondered if the FBI profile is a little off.. Are they really just looking for just one man? Or was this one man used in a sick world of child porn by others to do their dirty work. I hope the psychic I questioned about Amy is wrong. I hope that the police and FBI find the clues necessary to find her killer and put closure to this for her family and all of us who will always be touched by the case.

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