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NH EDDY SEGALL: Missing from Hollis, NH - 15 June 1977 - Age 28

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  1. Akoya

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    Eddy Segall, of Nashua, NH was reported missing on June 15, 1977, when she failed to return a borrowed vehicle. She borrowed this vehicle daily to attend an exercise class at Women's World in Merrimack, NH. She never attended her class that day. The vehicle she borrowed was a 2-door light green, 1969 Oldsmobile. That car was found on July 3, 1977 in the woods off of Wheeler Road in Hollis, NH. The keys were found 150 feet behind the vehicle in the middle of the road. Prior to moving to New Hampshire, Eddy had lived in Florida. Eddy Segall is still missing.

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    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/9042/12/

    NamUs MP # 9042
    Eddy Segall
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    Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
    28 year old white female

    Case Report - NamUs MP # 9042

    Case Information
    Status Missing
    First name Eddy
    Middle name
    Last name Segall
    Nickname/Alias
    Date last seen June 15, 1977 13:02
    Date entered 12/31/2010
    Age last seen 28 to years old
    Age now 67 years old
    Race White
    Ethnicity
    Sex Female
    Height (inches) 61.0 to 62.0
    Weight (pounds) 105.0 to 118.0

    Circumstances
    City Hollis
    State New Hampshire
    Zip code
    County Hillsborough
    Circumstances
    At the time of her disappearance, then-28-year-old Segall was living with friends in nearby Nashua. On June 15, 1977 she left her home to work out at a gym in Merrimack. She never made it.

    But several weeks later on a remote logging road in a forest in Hollis, police found the car Segall was driving; a car she borrowed from a roommate. There was no sign of Segall.


    Physical
    Hair color Brown
    Head hair
    Dark

    Left eye color Hazel
    Right eye color Hazel

    Scars and marks
    scar from navel to vagina

    Jurisdiction Local
    Agency Hollis Police Department
    Address 1 33 Hazen Drive
    Address 2
    City Concord
    State New Hampshire
    Zip code 03305

    Clothing
    blue jeans, a white tank top jersey
    Footwear
    Rubber Shower Sandels

    Accessories
    brown shoulder type pocketbook

    Dental
    Status: Dental information / charting is currently not available

    DNA
    Status: Sample submitted - Tests complete

    Fingerprint Information
    Status: Fingerprint information is currently not available

    Investigating Agency
    Title Sgt
    First name Angelo
    Last name Corrado
    Phone 603-465-7637
    Website
    Case number 09797-0F
     
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    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/2988dfnh.html

    The Doe Network:
    Case File 2988DFNH


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    Eddy Segall
    Missing since June 15, 1977 from Hollis, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
    Classification: Missing

    Vital Statistics
      • Age at Time of Disappearance: 28 years old
      • Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'1"; 118 lbs.
      • Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Dark brown hair; hazel eyes.
      • Clothing: At the time of her disappearance she was wearing blue jeans, a white tank top jersey, rubber shower sandals, and had a brown shoulder type pocketbook.
      • DNA: Available
    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Eddy Segall, of Nashua, NH was reported missing on June 15, 1977 when she failed to return a borrowed vehicle. She borrowed this vehicle daily to attend an exercise class at Women's World in Merrimack, NH. She never attended her class that day.
    The vehicle she borrowed was a 2-door light green, 1969 Oldsmobile. That car was found on July 3, 1977 in the woods off of Wheeler Road in Hollis, NH. The keys were found 150 feet behind the vehicle in the middle of the road.
    Prior to moving to New Hampshire, Eddy had lived in Florida. Eddy Segall is still missing.

    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:

    Hollis Police Department
    603-465-7637


    Agency Case Number: 09797-0F
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

    Source Information:
    New Hampshire Cold Case Unit
    The Cabinet
    NamUs MP #9042
     
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    https://www.doj.nh.gov/criminal/cold-case/victim-list/eddy-segall.htm

    Eddy Segall

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    Name: Eddy Segall
    Year of Death or Disappearance: 1978
    City/Town: Hollis
    Status: Missing Person
    Details: Eddy Segall, age 28, of Nashua, NH was reported missing on June 15, 1977 when she failed to return a borrowed vehicle. She borrowed this vehicle daily to attend an exercise class at Women's World in Merrimack, NH. She never attended her class that day. At the time of her disappearance she was wearing blue jeans, a white tank top jersey, rubber shower sandals, and had a brown shoulder type pocketbook. Eddy was reported to have dark brown hair and hazel eyes and to be 61 inches tall and 118 lbs. The vehicle she borrowed was a 2-door light green, 1969 Oldsmobile. That car was found on July 3, 1977 in the woods off of Wheeler Road in Hollis, NH. The keys were found 150 feet behind the vehicle in the middle of the road. Prior to moving to New Hampshire, Eddy had lived in Florida. Eddy Segall is still missing.

    Help us solve this case and bring justice to the family of this victim. Use our Tip Form.
     
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    https://projectjason.org/forums/topic/2570-missing-woman-eddy-segall-nh-06151977/

    Missing Woman: Eddy Segall - NH - 06/15/1977
    December 16, 2010

    Name: Eddy Segall

    Year of Death or Disappearance: 1978

    City/Town: Hollis

    Status: Missing Person

    Details: Eddy Segall, age 28, of Nashua, NH was reported missing on June 15, 1977 when she failed to return a borrowed vehicle. She borrowed this vehicle daily to attend an exercise class at Women's World in Merrimack, NH. She never attended her class that day. At the time of her disappearance she was wearing blue jeans, a white tank top jersey, rubber shower sandals, and had a brown shoulder type pocketbook. Eddy was reported to have dark brown hair and hazel eyes and to be 61 inches tall and 118 lbs. The vehicle she borrowed was a 2-door light green, 1969 Oldsmobile. That car was found on July 3, 1977 in the woods off of Wheeler Road in Hollis, NH. The keys were found 150 feet behind the vehicle in the middle of the road. Prior to moving to New Hampshire, Eddy had lived in Florida. Eddy Segall is still missing.



    Help us solve this case and bring justice to the family of this victim. Use our Tip Form.

    New Hampshire Cold Case Unit | 33 Hazen Drive | Concord, NH | 03305

    Telephone: 603-271-2663
     
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    http://www.nampn.org/cases/segall_eddy.html

    North American Missing Persons Network
    Eddy Segall

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    Above Images: Segall

    Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

    • Missing Since: June 15, 1977 from Hollis, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire
    • Classification: Endangered Missing
    • Date Of Birth: 1944
    • Age: 28
    • Height: 5'1-5'2"
    • Weight: 105-118 lbs.
    • Hair Color: Brown
    • Eye Color: Hazel
    • Race: White
    • Gender: Female
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: scar from navel to vagina.
    • Clothing: Blue jeans, a white tank top jersey, rubber shower
      sandels. Brown shoulder type pocketbook.
    • Case Number: 09797-0F

      Details of Disappearance
    At the time of her disappearance, then-28-year-old Segall was living with friends in nearby Nashua. On June 15, 1977 she left her home to work out at a gym in Merrimack. She was reported missing on June 15, 1977 when she failed to return a borrowed vehicle. She borrowed this vehicle daily to attend an exercise class at Women's World in Merrimack, NH. She never made it.

    Several weeks later on a remote logging road in a forest in Hollis, police found the car Segall was driving; a car she borrowed from a roommate. There was no sign of Segall. The keys were found 150 feet behind the vehicle in the middle of the road.

    Prior to moving to New Hampshire, Eddy had lived in Florida.

    Investigating Agency
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact:
    Hollis Police Department
    603-465-7637



    Source Information
    Namus
    NH DOJ
     
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  8. Akoya

    Akoya Bronze Member

    http://archive.boston.com/news/loca..._police_looking_at_womans_1977_disappearance/

    NH police looking at woman's 1977 disappearance

    December 23, 2010

    HOLLIS, N.H.—Police in the New Hampshire town of Hollis are taking another look at the 33-year-old disappearance of a woman who went missing while on her way to an exercise class.

    Two weeks after 28-year-old Eddy Segall was last seen on June 15, 1977 her car was found deep in the woods off Wheeler Road in Hollis.

    Police Lt. James Sartell says investigators are basically starting from scratch. He says the case file doesn't even include a picture of the car Segall was driving when she disappeared.

    He says investigators are refreshing the memories of old witnesses and finding old-timers who understand the area where Segall's car was found.

    WMUR-TV says Segall has been declared legally dead, but Hollis police consider it to be a missing person case.
     
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  9. Akoya

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    http://z13.invisionfree.com/PorchlightUSA/ar/t16505.htm

    Hollis
    Eddy Segall: Segall, 28, of Nashua, was reported missing on June 15, 1977, when she failed to return a borrowed vehicle. She borrowed this vehicle daily to attend an exercise class at Women's World in Merrimack. She never attended her class that day. At the time of her disappearance she was wearing blue jeans, a white tank top jersey, rubber shower sandals, and had a brown shoulder-type pocketbook. Segall was reported to have dark brown hair and hazel eyes and to be 61 inches tall and 118 pounds. The vehicle she borrowed was a two-door, light green, 1969 Oldsmobile. The car was found on July 3, 1977, in the woods off of Wheeler Road in Hollis. The keys were found 150 feet behind the vehicle in the middle of the road. Prior to moving to New Hampshire, Segall had lived in Florida.

    Anyone with information on these cases can contact the state's cold case unit at 271-2663, 271-1255 or coldcaseunit@dos.nh.gov.
    http://www.cabinet.com/hollisbrooklinejour...-cold-case.html
     
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    http://z13.invisionfree.com/PorchlightUSA/ar/t16505.htm

    http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/news/902978...ts-no-pain.html

    Monday, December 20, 2010
    Father wants no pain
    By ANDREW WOLFE
    Staff Writer

    Eddy Segall�s father would like to know what happened to his daughter.

    So would the police.

    Now 86, and living in Florida, her father declined to speak about his daughter or her disappearance 33 years ago, saying �I don�t want to open old wounds or anything like that.�

    However, he urged anyone who knows anything about Segall to please share it with police.

    �If anybody knows anything, come forth to the police, and give them even the least bit of information,� he said. �That would be greatly appreciated.�

    Segall was 27 when she vanished in 1977, and would be 60 years old if she were alive today. Former Hollis police officer Joseph Manning, for one, is certain she is not.

    �There�s people that know what happened to her,� Manning said this week. �There�s no doubt in my mind.�

    �She was murdered, and somebody that was directly involved has said something (to someone, at some point),� he said.

    Manning was a rookie police officer in June 1977, when Segall was reported missing in Nashua. He left the force in 1979 and has since retired from United Parcel Service, but he�s never forgotten Segall�s vanishing, he said.

    Segall was living with Stephen and Rosaline Bowman, at 14 Burritt St. in Nashua, at the time, Hollis police Lt. James Sartell said, and she routinely borrowed the Bowmans� 1969 Oldsmobile to drive to Women�s World in Merrimack, where she took exercise classes. The Bowmans reported both Segall and their car missing on June 15, 1977, and Segall never turned up at the gym that day, police said. Stephen Bowman now lives in Arizona, according to public records, but he could not be reached for comment.

    More than two weeks later, on July 3, 1977, a walker in the woods found the light green, Oldsmobile coupe on a logging road in the midst of what is now the Hollis Town Forest, about 1� miles from Wheeler Road.

    The car was abandoned near where a much older, vintage, stolen Ford was left years ago, and remains today, after being driven into Parker Pond (now more of a swamp).

    �Parker Pond was much more expansive 30 years ago than it is now,� Sartell said.

    Manning brought officers from Hollis police and the state police Cold Case Unit out to the area last week, to show them where he remembers the car was found. Police are trying to pinpoint both the car�s location and how it got there, as the roads and trails have changed over the years, Sartell said.

    �The car�s location informs the investigation,� he said.

    The keys to the Oldsmobile were found on the ground nearby, and Manning said he believes that another vehicle also drove into the woods, and least two people left the area in that other vehicle. Though some of her belongings were found in the car, Manning said evidence suggests Segall didn�t drive the Oldsmobile into the woods, and he doesn�t believe she left, either.

    Though police found nothing when they searched the area in 1977, Manning suspects Segall was buried somewhere out there, he said. Sartell said police have no evidence of that, however, and haven�t narrowed down a place to look.

    �We�re not at a point where we would begin digging and/o r dredging the lake,� Sartell said.

    Segall was originally from New Jersey, and she lived in Florida before coming to Nashua, where she lived at 614 S. Main St. before moving in with the Bowmans, Manning said. Stephen Bowman reclaimed the Oldsmobile after it was found, Sartell said.

    Police know of at least two local men who were involved with Segall around the time of her disappearance, Manning and Sartell said. The Telegraph was unable to reach either for comment.

    Nashua police also were involved in the investigation into Segall�s disappearance, but detectives declined to comment on the current investigation.

    The creation of the state�s Cold Case Unit prompted Hollis police to take another look and reopen their investigation into Segall�s disappearance, Sartell said.

    �The advent of the Cold Case Unit kind of put the case on the radar a little bit,� Sartell said.

    Segall�s case wasn�t initially investigated as a homicide but rather as a missing person, Sartell noted, though Manning said police sent divers into Dunklee Pond after the Oldsmobile was found.

    �I think there was some follow-through that could be done. � There were still some loose ends we felt could be explored. We at least wanted to close it to 2010 standards,� Sartell said.

    No sign of Segall has turned up since she was reported missing, and she has been officially declared dead. Police decided they could do more, and they hope eventually to interview everyone who spoke with police at the time of Segall�s disappearance, he said.

    �I wouldn�t go so far as to say we have, quote unquote, suspects,� Sartell said. �There�s people of interest, that we�d like to talk to about the case.�

    Retired Hollis Police Chief Paul Bosquet was also assisting with the investigation, as the officer who first found the vehicle, Sartell said. Bosquet could not be reached for comment.
     
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    http://z13.invisionfree.com/PorchlightUSA/ar/t16505.htm

    http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/news/902440...s-reopened.html

    Missing persons case is reopened
    By JOSEPH G. COTE and KATHY CLEVELAND

    Kathy Cleveland photos A Hollis police car and other vehicles were parked in the lot across from Silver Lake State park on Oct. 9.

    HOLLIS � Hollis police who searched deep into the woods along Silver Lake Road last week are on the trail of a 33-year-old missing persons case.

    Eddy Segall went missing June 15, 1977, after borrowing a car to drive to an exercise class in Merrimack. Two weeks later, the car was found about 1� miles from Wheeler Road in the woods. The keys were found about 150 feet away and a towel and leotard were found inside the car, according to the state attorney general�s Cold Case Unit files.

    Segall, 28, lived in Nashua, and wasn�t seen again.

    Hollis police have reopened the case and are asking anyone with information, including historians, hunters and anyone familiar with the area, which is now a town forest, to get involved. Police, in particular, need to know where the trails were in the mid-1970s.

    �We are working it as a missing person case,� Hollis police Lt. James Sartell said.

    Police had refused to release information about the case until Tuesday, but Sgt. Angelo Corrado was in the woods across from Silver Lake Park on Thursday with a few other people, walking around and pressing some kind of instrument into the ground. There were about seven vehicles in the parking lot.

    Police are reviewing all evidence in the case file, Sartell said, and have gone into the woods about six times with �firefighters, hunters, retired police officers and history junkies.�

    The search is like looking for �a needle in a haystack,� Sartell said, largely because of house construction over the past three decades and the fact that many of the trails that existed then are overgrown.

    �We want to determine how people moved in and out (of the woods) in 1977,� Sartell said.

    The police investigation stalled fairly quickly, initially because Segall moved to Nashua from Tampa. She didn�t know many people in New Hampshire and didn�t �have a lot of family, no social network,� Sartell said.

    Joseph Manning was a young Hollis police officer when Segall was reported missing, and last week he helped direct local police to a spot deep in the woods where police long ago found the green 1969 Oldsmobile that Segall had borrowed.

    Manning, who left the department two years later to join United Parcel Service, said he has been haunted by the case ever since.

    �Someone got away with something,� he said, standing in the parking lot across from Silver Lake State Park on Dec. 9 after police left on one of their searches. �I promised her mother I would find her.�

    The state�s Cold Case Unit director, Senior Assistant Attorney General Will Delker, said Hollis police contacted his unit about the search, but the state unit is not actively involved in the rejuvenated investigation.

    Segall�s disappearance is the only Hollis case listed on the Cold Case Unit�s website

    The unit investigates cases of homicide or suspected homicide, and Delker said it is focusing its resources on the most promising cases while also staying in contact with a number of local departments working their cold case investigations.

    The Cold Case Unit made its first arrest earlier this year, when it and California authorities arrested David McLeod, 53, in connection with a fatal fire he�s accused of setting at 88 High St. in Keene 20 years ago.

    MacLeod was arrested in West Sacramento, Calif., in July and charged with four counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of the Hinna family.

    Authorities say he set a fire inside the apartment building on Jan. 14, 1989, that killed Carl Hinna, his wife, Lori Hinna, their 4-month-old daughter Lillian Hina, and Carl Hinna�s 12-year-old daughter, Sara.

    Joseph G. Cote can be reached at 594-6415 or jcote@nashuatelegraph.com. Kathy Cleveland can be reached at 673-3100, ext. 21, or kcleveland@cabinet.com

     
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    http://z13.invisionfree.com/PorchlightUSA/ar/t16505.htm

    http://www.cabinet.com/cabinetcabinetnews/...rance-case.html
    Hollis probes 33-year-old disappearance case
    Thursday, December 16, 2010


    By KATHY CLEVELAND

    Staff Writer


    HOLLIS � It was 1977, and each day Eddy Segall borrowed a car to attend an exercise class at Women�s World in Merrimack.

    On June 15, the 28-year-old Nashua resident borrowed the car, but she never arrived at the gym and hasn�t been seen or heard from since.

    Segall was reported missing and, two weeks later, the car was found in the woods, about 1 1⁄2 miles from Wheeler Road, with the keys on the road about 150 feet away, according to the state Attorney General�s Cold Case Unit files.

    Thirty-three years later Hollis police have reopened the case and are encouraging the public, including town historians, old hunters, and anyone who might be familiar with the area to get involved.

    Hollis Police Lt. James Sartell said Hollis police became interested in the case when the Cold Case Unit was organized in 2009.

    The original investigation �doesn�t meet the standards of 2010. There are a lot of loose ends,� said Sartell, and police �decided it was well worth it. There are still family members looking for closure. We do have a crime here.�

    Police are reviewing all the evidence in the entire case file, he said, and have gone into the woods about a half dozen times with �firefighters, hunters, retired police officers and history junkies.�

    It will be a long process, Sartell said, and searching the woods is looking for �a needle in a haystack.�

    Police are trying to figure out where the woods trails were located in the mid 1970s, and since there have been many houses built in central Hollis over the 33 years, many of the old trails are overgrown with vegetation.

    �We want to determine how people moved in and out (of the woods) in 1977,� Sartell said.

    Police did not get far in their 1977 investigation, he said, because Segall came from Tampa, Fla., and did not know many people up here, didn�t �have a lot of family, no social network.�

    Joseph Manning was a young Hollis police officer when Segall was reported missing, and last week he helped direct local police to a spot deep in the woods where police long ago found the green 1969 Oldsmobile.

    Manning, who left the Hollis department in 1979 and went to work for United Parcel Service for 28 years, said he has been haunted by the case and still remembers that a towel and a leotard were found inside the car.

    �Someone got away with something,� he said, standing in the parking lot across from Silver Lake State Park on Dec. 9 after police had left on their search.

    �I promised her mother I would find her.�

    The state�s Cold Case Unit director, Senior Assistant Attorney General Will Delker, said Hollis police contacted his unit about the search, but the state unit is not actively involved in the investigation.

    The unit investigates cases of homicide or suspected homicide, and Delker said it is focusing its resources on the most promising cases and is also in contact with a number of local police departments who are doing their own cold case investigations.

    The Cold Case Unit made its first arrest earlier this year when it and California authorities arrested David McLeod, 53, in connection with a fatal fire in Keene in 1989.

    Anyone with information about the Segall case can call the Hollis Police Department at 465-7637.

    According to the state�s files, Segall was described as 5 feet, 1 inch tall, about 118 pounds, with brown hair and hazel eyes.

    At the time of her disappearance she was wearing blue jeans, a white tank top and rubber shower sandals, and carrying a brown, shoulder-type pocketbook.

    Kathy Cleveland can be reached at 673-3100, ext. 21 or kcleveland@cabinet.com.
     
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    http://z13.invisionfree.com/PorchlightUSA/ar/t16505.htm

    http://www.myfoxboston.com/dpp/news/crime_...d-case-20101223
    Police reopen case of woman missing since 1977
    Updated: Friday, 24 Dec 2010, 5:31 AM EST
    Published : Thursday, 23 Dec 2010, 10:20 PM EST

    HOLLIS, N.H. (FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) - Police are taking a second look at a cold case involving a New Hampshire woman who has been missing for 33 years. Police say they've got a challenge on their hands and they're pretty much starting from scratch.

    No one has seen or heard from Eddy Segall since 1977. No one knows if she is alive or dead. But even after all this time police are determined to find out.

    At the time of her disappearance, then-28-year-old Segall was living with friends in nearby Nashua. On June 15, 1977 she left her home to work out at a gym in Merrimack. She never made it.

    But several weeks later on a remote logging road in a forest in Hollis, police found the car Segall was driving; a car she borrowed from a roommate. There was no sign of Segall.

    Recently police returned to those woods and conducted a search with dogs. Even after 30 years, a cadaver dog might be able to pick up a scent. But the dogs in this case picked up nothing

    The disappearance of this 28-year-old Florida woman who lived in New Hampshire for only four months is a complete mystery; a mystery police are determined to solve, even after all these years.

    Hollis Police are convinced someone knows exactly what happened to Eddy Segall and they want the public's help. If you know what happened to Eddy you are urged to contact Hollis Police.
     
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    http://z13.invisionfree.com/PorchlightUSA/ar/t16505.htm

    Sunday, November 21, 2010
    Milford woman puts the heat on cold cases

    ABOUT THE NEW HAMPSHIRE COLD CASE UNIT

    MILFORD � Worried she�d go �out of her mind� with boredom during her long recovery from a back injury a few years ago, friends suggested that longtime teacher, genealogist and archivist Milli Knudsen volunteer for something.

    Perhaps, for instance, she could take state archivists up on their request to start transcribing old, brittle and fading state record books into electronic form.

    �If they can photocopy (the pages), I figured I could put them on disks,� the 57-year-old Milford resident told roughly 50 listeners who gathered Tuesday night for her presentation called �Cold Case Unit: Solving Crimes Through Research� at the Wadleigh Memorial Library.

    Soon, the retired Londonderry elementary school teacher said, she was working with state records manager Nelson Burford a few hours a week, poring gingerly over flaking pages of books falling apart with age.

    Fast-forward to fall 2009.

    Reading a newspaper article about the formation of a new cold case unit in Concord, Knudsen, at once fascinated and amazed at how many murder cases still linger unsolved, went home, looked up the name of the man in charge and �sent off an e-mail offering to help.�

    That man is Will Delker, the state�s senior assistant attorney general, who was named to head the new cold case unit when Gov. John Lynch signed it into law a year ago.

    �We�re just getting organized now, but I�ll keep your name handy,� Delker wrote back to Knudsen.

    �It was a rather nice brush-off,� Knudsen said with a laugh.

    But it really wasn�t; a detective called a week later, she said, and around the first week of January, she was sitting before Delker and two other officials, being interviewed for the volunteer post.

    �I kept reminding them I could only do one day a week,� Knudsen told her audience Tuesday.

    How long did that last?

    �One week,� interjected Knudsen�s husband, Paul, drawing laughs.

    Indeed, Knudsen, as any archivist or researcher can attest, found herself immersed in the job four and a half days a week, keeping her one other volunteer gig as reading program coordinator at the Scott-Farrar Home, an assisted-living facility in Peterborough.

    As for Delker and the rest of the squad, Knudsen�s research and input is a godsend.

    �She�s invaluable,� Delker said in a previous interview. �Milli came to us trained in organizing and indexing, which was a gap we couldn�t fill. I frankly don�t know where we�d be without her assistance.�

    Knudsen spoke about the squad�s first success story, the summertime arrest in California of former New Hampshire resident David McLeod in connection with the 1989 arson that killed four members of a Keene family.

    McLeod is accused of setting the early morning fire in a multi-unit Keene apartment building. It claimed the lives of Carl Hina, 49; his wife, Lori Hina, 26; Carl�s 12-year-old daughter, Sara; and the couple�s 4-month-old daughter, Lillian.

    Just as she finished combing through upward of 1,200 documents in that case, Knudsen said, Delker came to her with a new development: Another large box of records in the case had just been delivered to his office.

    �I�m now up to something like 3,200 pages� of reports, she said animatedly.

    The newly arrived records, she said, were from an insurance warehouse in New Jersey, where documents in all arson-death cases are stored.

    Recently added to her duties, Knudsen said, is answering the Cold Case Unit�s tip line.

    She said callers range from sad family members of cold case victims to those offering tiny, but often extremely vital, tidbits of information.

    �Never assume that something you know, no matter how insignificant it seems, isn�t worth bringing to us,� Knudsen told the group.

    �It could be anything; part of a phone number, maybe, or a little scrap of paper with two words scrawled on it.

    �You never know.�

    http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/news/...t-on-cold.html
     
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    That car was found on July 3, 1977 in the woods off of Wheeler Road in Hollis, NH.

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    Segall was living with Stephen and Rosaline Bowman, at 14 Burritt St. in Nashua, at the time, Hollis police Lt. James Sartell said, and she routinely borrowed the Bowmans� 1969 Oldsmobile to drive to Women�s World in Merrimack, where she took exercise classes.

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    New Hampshire unsolved case file: What happened to Eddy Segall?

    Authorities are still hoping to solve the 1977 disappearance of a Nashua woman.

    Eddy Segall, 28, was reported missing on June 15, 1977, after she failed to return a borrowed vehicle.

    Officials said Segall borrowed the vehicle daily to attend an exercise class at Women's World in Merrimack, but she didn't make it to class that day.

    The car she was driving, a light green, two-door 1969 Oldsmobile, was found July 3, 1977, deep in the woods off Wheeler Road in Hollis, in the area near Parker Pond. The keys were found 150 feet behind the vehicle in the middle of the road.

    Hollis Police Lt. James Sartell told WMUR in 2010 that officials were basically starting from scratch when investigating the case.

    "Yeah, this is extremely hard. This is very cold. You don't have a body. You're dealing with a crime scene that's really unknown," Sartell said.

    Segall had moved to Nashua from Florida just a few months prior to her disappearance.

    "To just be gone -- here one day, gone the next type of thing -- with absolutely no fanfare, to me, it's profoundly sad," Sartell said.

    https://www.wmur.com/article/new-hampshire-unsolved-case-file-what-happened-to-eddy-segall/26716667
     

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