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NH ALLENSTOWN JANE DOES: 1 Adult & 3 Children, F, found in metal drum - Nov 1985 *1 still unidentified*

Discussion in 'Unidentified 1980 to 1989' started by Takeitfromme, Sep 28, 2015.

  1. Takeitfromme

    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

  2. Takeitfromme

    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

  3. Takeitfromme

    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

  4. Takeitfromme

    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

    Why can't this press conference be now!!!!??? I am eager to hear what progress has been made on all 3 of these connected cold cases. It is exciting to know that the detectives and advocates have finally gotten somewhere. These girls deserve their names back Denise Beaudin deserves to be found and justice served. The California case I know nothing about but the victim deserves justice. All of them do!!!
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    Takeitfromme Professional Journalist/News Reporter

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  7. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    In 2013, forensic experts and investigators with the FBI and Naval Criminal Investigative Service created composites and anthropological sketches of the victims:

    • A woman between the ages of 23 and 33. She stood between 5’2” to 5’7”. She had light brown, fine, wavy hair. She had several fillings and was missing three teeth.

    • The eldest of the three children: a girl between 5 and 11. She stood at 4’3”. Both of her ears were double-pierced, which authorities said would have been unusual for the early 1980s. She may have been ill when killed; an autopsy found evidence of pneumonia in one of her lungs. Her hair was fine, either light brown or dirty blond.

    • The only child unrelated to the other three victims was a 2- to 4-year-old girl. She was 3’8” tall, and had a noticeable overbite. Her hair was fine, brown and slightly wavy.

    • The youngest child was 1 to 3 years old and had a slight gap in her upper two front teeth. She was about 2’8” tall.

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  9. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    One of the little girls had an overbite and it looks like Denise did too. I wonder if that's hereditary?
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  11. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    I have to leave. BBL

    Glad they identified the killer, but who are his victims?
  12. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Wow, wow, and more wow!

    Police believe Evans killed Denise somewhere in California and sometime thereafter abandoned Denise's daughter, Lisa, in a trailer park. Lisa has just shadowy memories of her life as a baby and recently decided to find more about her past through DNA evidence. That led to the discovery that Denise was her mother.

    This discovery led police to investigate Evans further. Based on DNA evidence, police said that Evans is the father of the middle victim in the Allenstown murders, where an adult woman and three children were found dead in barrels. The victims of the Allenstown murders have not yet been identified. Investigators say the adult woman and other two children are not related to Evans. Based on his criminal profile, investigators believe Evans knew the victims.

    The identity of the mother of the middle child in Allenstown is unknown, but officials said it is possible Evans killed her too. Investigators believe Evans fits the definition of a serial killer and may be tied to seven victims. Evans has been tied to 11 states, including Texas, plus Quebec.


    • Evans married in California 2002 and pleaded guilty to killing his wife (see timeline below). The four Allenstown victims and Evans' wife all died of blunt force trauma. Evans' wife and the oldest child in the Allenstown murders were both dismembered.
    • The Allenstown victims were wrapped in material and electrical wire. Evans worked in Manchester mills as a mechanic and electrician. According to Mike Kokoski of New Hampshire State Police, the wire used on the Allenstown bodies came from Carol Cable, where Denise Beaudin worked.
    • Evans worked at Bear Brooks Store, which is located on the property where the Allenstown victims were found. Investigators believe that the barrels containing the bodies likely came from the mill where Evans worked.


    In 1980, Evans was arrested and listed his spouse as Elizabeth Evans, though authorities do not know who that is.

    Strelzin: There could be potentially many more victims. There are big gaps in knowledge of Evans' life. #fox25

    — Bob Ward Fox25 (@Bward3) January 26, 2017
    Evans and Beaudin disappeared together in 1981, but no missing persons report was ever filed with authorities. The couple disappeared with their daughter, then known as "Dawn", but Evans later gave the daughter, now known as "Lisa", up for adoption.

    In 1984 and 1985, Evans changed his name to Curtis Kimball. In 1985, Evans was arrested for drunk driving in California. He had a baby girl, Lisa Beaudin, with him at the time. Around June or July of that year, Evans abandoned his daughter at a trailer park. The girl was placed into foster care and later adopted.

    In 1986, when California went to investigate Evans for abandoning his child, he was no longer in the Santa Cruz area. In October of 1986, felony arrest warrants were put out for one of Evans' aliases: Gordon Curtis Jenson.

    In 1988, Evans was arrested in San Luis Obispo, California for vehicle theft. This time, his alias was Gerry Mockerman.

    In March of 1989, Evans was arrested on warrants out of Santa Cruz. In October of 1990, Evans made parole and took off the next day. Evans was then a fugitive for 12 years.

    In August of 2001, Evans married Eunsoon Jun in Richmond, California using the name William Vanner. It was a backyard marriage and no official paperwork was filed.

    In September of 2002, Jun was found buried in her basement. In November of the same year, Evans was arrested for Jun's murder and sentenced to 15 years to life in prison.

    On December 28, 2010, Evans died in prison.

    DNA tests from August 2003 show that Beaudin's daughter is not biologically Evans'.

    Evans was seen with other women and children during 12 years as fugitive. Used children as bait to lure women towards him. #Fox25

    — Bob Ward Fox25 (@Bward3) January 26, 2017
    In December of 2016, police file a missing person report for Beaudin.


    Police are still working to discover the identity of the Allenstown victims and are curious if a woman named Elizabeth Evans ever existed. They are also sure that Bob Evans was not his birth name, given the many aliases he used over the years.

    Strelzin: We are confident Bob Evans real name is not Bob Evans. We hope ppl see picture and come forward. #Fox25

    — Bob Ward Fox25 (@Bward3) January 26, 2017
    Officials don't have any verified information of where Evans lived before New Hampshire in the late 1970s, meaning there could be many more victims in places around the country.

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  13. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    I'd always thought that the middle child was the one NOT related to the person responsible. Just goes to show that we always need to keep our ideas outside all the boxes!
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  14. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    So Bob Evans isn't Bob Evans, which leaves him as a UID, too.

    My mind is swirling.
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  18. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    Released by: Joseph A. Foster, New Hampshire Attorney General
    Subject: Press briefing regarding the 1981 Denise Beaudin missing person case from Manchester, New Hampshire; the 1985/2000 Allenstown, New Hampshire four-person murder case; and their connections to a California murder case.

    Date: Wednesday, January 25, 2017
    Release Time: Immediate
    Contact: Jeffery A. Strelzin, Senior Assistant Attorney General
    Chief, Homicide Unit
    Via email: jeffery.strelzin@doj.nh.gov
    Office: (603) 271-3671

    New Hampshire Attorney General Joseph A. Foster, Manchester Police Chief Enoch F. Willard, and New Hampshire State Police Colonel Christopher J. Wagner announce that a press briefing will be held on Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. at the New Hampshire Division of Motor Vehicles Auditorium (DMV Auditorium) located at the Division of Motor Vehicles, 23 Hazen Drive in Concord, New Hampshire.

    During the press briefing, authorities will discuss the recent efforts to locate Denise Beaudin who went missing from Manchester, New Hampshire in the Fall of 1981; the four unidentified murder victims (one adult female and three children) found in Allenstown, New Hampshire in 1985 and 2000; and the connections between those two New Hampshire cases and a California murder case.
    Media representatives attending the press briefing should park in the lower parking lot behind the DMV building. The parking lot can be accessed by driving around the right side of the front of the building. The auditorium door is in back and is labeled “2R” (it says “Auditorium” over the portico). The auditorium will be open for media to setup starting at 9:30 a.m.
  19. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    Woman’s '81 disappearance linked to steel drum bodies, DA says
    Updated: 1:52 PM EST Jan 25, 2017

    Denise Beaudin

    The case of a woman who disappeared in New Hampshire more than 35 years ago is connected to one involving four bodies found in steel drums in 1985 and 2000 in a state park, authorities said Wednesday.

    Those cases are also connected to a California murder case, authorities said, but they didn't provide more details. They've scheduled a news briefing for Thursday in Concord to release more information.


    Police recently searched a Manchester home where 23-year-old Denise Beaudin lived with her infant daughter and a boyfriend. Beaudin's family last saw her on Thanksgiving in 1981. When relatives went to visit a few days later, the couple and their daughter was gone.

    Her family assumed they left town to avoid financial troubles and never called police. The attorney general's office said it has been in touch with Beaudin's daughter and knows where her boyfriend, Robert "Bob" Evans, is. Authorities recently opened a criminal investigation into Beaudin's disappearance based on new information.

    In the case of the four bodies, investigators have used scientific testing to try to identify a woman and three girls found in the drums in a state park in Allenstown.

    In 1985, a hunter discovered the first two bodies - the woman and a girl believed to be 9 or 10. In 2000, an investigator found the other two girls - one believed to be 2 or 3 and the other 3 or 4. They believe the woman is likely the mother of the eldest and youngest girls.

    The time of their killings was narrowed to 1980 to 1984. The woman and eldest child show signs of blunt-force trauma. Investigators haven't released the cause of death for the two younger children.
  20. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member


    I am so glad that at least Dawn/Lisa survived this nightmare and now knows who she is. I hope a lot of other questions will be answered, also.
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