Karen Johnson Swift has been missing since Halloween Weekend from Dyersburg, Tennessee. Today, some new details are surfacing involving the search of a potential crime scene. In fact, new evidence may have been collected in the search for the missing Tennessee woman.
Sources are reporting that the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation sent its violent crimes division to search the residence shared by Karen Johnson Swift, her children and her estranged husband. Kristin Helm, spokesperson for the TBI, had the following to say:
"(The team) out of the Memphis crime lab responded to the Swift residence today to look for evidence of a crime scene. The Special Agent Forensic Scientists are specially trained to look for trace evidence that could be collected and processed back at the laboratory."
So did the TBI find anything while at the residence of the missing Tennessee mother and her family? They did obtain some items for testing as evidence, but this doesn't mean they found anything that tied a crime to the scene. The police say that the family is cooperating fully with the investigation. Nonetheless, it's a suspicious event even though it seems that they're just trying to do a thorough search.
Karen Johnson Swift, Holly Bobo and other missing women...
It's been widely speculated that Karen Swift could be the victim of a serial predator and prolific private investigator, Bill Warner, shared some pretty interesting information that could possibly draw even more speculation toward this theory. Bill draws connection between the disappearances of Karen Swift, Holly Bobo and at least three other women in a radius of under 400 miles. All of these women share the same appearances, but there are other strange coincendences that could also tie them together.
For instance, Holly Bobo vanished in April and was allegedly led from her property by a man in camouflage. Her street is called Swan Johnson Road. Karen Johnson Smith, who was reported missing Halloween Weekend, vanished only an hour from Holly Bobo. The road she lived on, where her car was found abandoned, is Willie Johnson Road. There are a lot of word-associative connections in these missing women, that could be little more than coincedence -- they're still worth considering by any seasoned or intuitive investigator.
Bill Warner also draws to attention an absconded sex offender from Kentucky, who has more than ample opportunity to prey on women in a 400( or less) mile radius. What do you think about all of this?
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