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BURGER CHEF MURDERS: 4 Indiana employees abducted & murdered - 1978

Discussion in 'Cold Cases' started by Imamazed, Jan 17, 2016.

  1. Imamazed

    Imamazed Lead Administrator Staff Member

    State Police now want anyone worked at or frequented the Burger Chef in Plainfield on US 40 and Dan Jones Road in the mid-1970's to share information that may help solve this cold case.

    Call Indiana State Police to share tips. The number is 317-899-8508.
     
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  2. Glace Entertainment PR

    Glace Entertainment PR Glace Entertainment Public Relations

    From Toni's Social Media Post Today As She Officially Started Researching:
    "I just got off the phone with the Communications Officer for ISP discussing #BurgerChefMurders. I am very thankful that I will have their cooperation. Allowing access to the case file and photos etc. will be a huge help ✔! There are so many theories and possibilities in this case and so much information that I now see why it has been unsolved. It is also why I am approaching it from a reconstruction aspect. Taking it step-by-step as it happened factually NOT what people have alluded to over the years. I'm looking forward to putting together this labyrinth of a puzzle and getting to know the people that this crime affected. So far across the internet and globe I have received an outpouring of people giving me information and sharing their stories and I'm elated to be part of it. There are many people who choose to investigate crimes from a very "cold" standpoint involving no emotion...I am not one of those people and I'm proud to not be." - Toni Embry
     

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  3. Glace Entertainment PR

    Glace Entertainment PR Glace Entertainment Public Relations

    Toni's Social Media Poat From Today (day 2 of investigation)

    I started victimology profiling the #BurgerChefMurders today. I think that soooo much of this case EARLY ON was a TON of assumption ✔. Victimology is always the hardest part of case review for me. I think it is because it is the part of the case that humanizes the case. It is the part of the case where you see the impact of the crime. Though this is the hard part emotionally, this is the part that fuels the rest of the investigation for me. By humanizing it I see that the victims are human, whereas before they were a case #. Now the drive to investigate is more personal ❤! - Toni Embry - Posted By Social Media Team GlacePR
     

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  4. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    Focusing on the victims was the reason I was unable to put an Ann Rule book down.
     
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  5. Kimster

    Kimster Director Staff Member

    That's not too far from you and they were about your age at the time, weren't they?
     
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  6. Imamazed

    Imamazed Lead Administrator Staff Member

    Yes, very close to me, like 10-15 minutes away and I was 21 yrs. old.
     
  7. Glace Entertainment PR

    Glace Entertainment PR Glace Entertainment Public Relations

    Do you remember what it was like hearing/watching/reading this story unfold? What happened in the community after as far as the way people reacted? We would love your first have knowledge if you do not mind sharing? - Toni ❤
     
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  8. Imamazed

    Imamazed Lead Administrator Staff Member

    I worked at our family business and was really scared because of no one ever getting caught. Most people I talked to felt it was a robbery, which worried me even more since we were so close to the area. It always disturbed me that these young people were taken from the restaurant and killed elsewhere. It was such along time ago I don't remember a lot just the fear of thinking about them being taken and murdered. I couldn't and still don't understand why they would do that. Why not just take the money?
     
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