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Old 12-15-2016, 10:41 PM
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Yes indeed my friend! But even more shocking is the revelation that Peaches, the torso found in 1997, is actually the Toddler's Mother! LE managed to hide the information that they had a DNA match between Peaches and the Mother, who was always described as a separate individual. They hid this info for 5 mother****ing years! Pretty crazy
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1. The Tattoo Artist

In 1997 on Long Island a young woman was found dismembered in a suitcase. The police had no leads but when they published a photo of the "Peaches" a Connecticut tattoo artist came forward with information. He said he gave the girl a tattoo, she was a young girl with her aunt visiting from long island who said she was having boyfriend trouble. Now this sure sounds like a bullshit story to me! Many of the victims have tattoos and when the killer called John Terry over 30 times he talked about the tattoos Terry had on his back. So here you have a tattoo artist who inserted himself into the investigation.
I posted about this a few years ago, the crazy thing is, the Tattoo artist now claims he got a call from Peaches mother who said she wanted a tattoo by the same artist for Peaches son, who was grown up now. Now the revelation and this story is even more bizarre!
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it's crazy how often incorrect myths are repeated with this case by those who are too lazy to look at the sources themselves. For instance, you will hear very often that the girls were "convinced" to leave their cell phones when going on a date with the last john before they disappeared. this is just an outright lie.

Another one is that they were found in burlap sacks...wrong. Only two of the 4 gilgo girls were found in burlap according to the original news reports. So other two were likely wrapped in garbage bags, like the dismembered remains along OP
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