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Lucas North-justiceseeker

Who killed Melody Wolf ?

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Here is a good case for you hopefully my exposing this will lead to an arrest like it did with the Angela Brosso/Melanie Bernard case. The following text was copied and pasted from Charley Project....

"Wolf last contacted her family on October 20, 1989. She spent the evening with her husband and two children before going to sleep on the couch. Wolf woke up at 6:15 a.m. the following day and left her house to go to work. A few blocks from her home, her 1979 Mercury Cougar developed a flat tire. The vehicle was later found locked and parked next to the curb in the 100 block of Sixth Avenue in San Manuel, Arizona, two blocks from her home and two houses down from Wolf's sister's house. Inside the car were Wolf's coat, jacket, lunch, and purse; only her keys were missing. Wolf never arrived at work and has never been heard from again.

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/w/wolf_melody.html

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Here is the additional info I wanted to add...

Bruce still lives in San Manuel AZ and Melody's body has never been found

Additional source on the case regarding DNA...

http://archive.azcentral.com/specials/special14articles/0901coldcase0901.html
 

Her family mentioned her in the San Manuel Miner paper in 2012 claiming the local cold case department was incompetent

http://smm.stparchive.com/Archive/SMM/SMM12052012p02.php
 

Im hoping her family will jump on here and provide insight

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11 hours ago, Lucas North-justiceseeker said:

Here is a good case for you hopefully my exposing this will lead to an arrest like it did with the Angela Brosso/Melanie Bernard case. The following text was copied and pasted from Charley Project....

"Wolf last contacted her family on October 20, 1989. She spent the evening with her husband and two children before going to sleep on the couch. Wolf woke up at 6:15 a.m. the following day and left her house to go to work. A few blocks from her home, her 1979 Mercury Cougar developed a flat tire. The vehicle was later found locked and parked next to the curb in the 100 block of Sixth Avenue in San Manuel, Arizona, two blocks from her home and two houses down from Wolf's sister's house. Inside the car were Wolf's coat, jacket, lunch, and purse; only her keys were missing. Wolf never arrived at work and has never been heard from again.

http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/w/wolf_melody.html

This photograph is what Melodys husband Bruce looks like today. He is considered the prime suspect and still lives in San Manuel Arizona. There son was recently married in the State of Washington. 

*Snip* 

 

Perhaps  she had a flat  tire and walked off with her keys to get help, and then went missing, but why leave her credit  cards, and  purse to get that help. I surmises the husband she was leavening  had something to do with her disappearance

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On 3/9/2017 at 10:21 PM, docyabut2 said:

Perhaps  she had a flat  tire and walked off with her keys to get help, and then went missing, but why leave her credit  cards, and  purse to get that help. I surmises the husband she was leavening  had something to do with her disappearance

Just a hypothetical what if....maybe the husband tried to reason or interact with his wife after the children went to sleep and she told him off. He loses it and strangles or hits her, accidently killing her. He hides the body, leaving the children home alone. Comes back and freaks out, wondering what to do. He decides to fake her leaving the house. October is cold, old cars are cold, she did not remove her jacket and coat in such a short distance. The heater would not have kicked in. Even if she did she would have put one of then on to walk out into the cold. She would not have left her purse, nope, nope nope. What was packed for lunch and how it was packed? Did they check lunch items for fingerprints? Who saw her leave? Also, I would check out old stomping grounds hubby used to visit. He would have put her where he felt she would not be found if he were guilty. 

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The article did say the car had a flat tire when found, so did the husband give her that flat by puncturing, or did the authorities say it was from other means?

 

 

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1 hour ago, docyabut2 said:

The article did say the car had a flat tire when found, so did the husband give her that flat by puncturing, or did the authorities say it was from some other means?

 

 

 

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Could it be a case where she actually got a flat tire and someone pretending to be a good Samaritan abducted her?

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23 minutes ago, skliss said:

Could it be a case where she actually got a flat tire and someone pretending to be a good Samaritan abducted her?

I was thinking the same thing skliss

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On ‎3‎/‎9‎/‎2017 at 10:21 PM, docyabut2 said:

Perhaps  she had a flat  tire and walked off with her keys to get help, and then went missing, but why leave her credit  cards, and  purse to get that help. I surmises the husband she was leavening  had something to do with her disappearance

Always the husband with you people. . .why am I not surprised.   Well, let's just convict him just to be safe.   Sheesh. . .and what evidence do you have that the husband is guilty?   Just gut reaction?  not based on facts?   perhaps you should join a police force. 

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 The vehicle was later found locked and parked next to the curb in the 100 block of Sixth Avenue in San Manuel, Arizona, two blocks from her home and two houses down from Wolf's sister's house.

It does seem like a populated area and close to her home and some one would have saw her walk away to get help. Evidently she did not walk away.   

 

 

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On ‎4‎/‎18‎/‎2017 at 0:06 PM, timewarrior said:

Always the husband with you people. . .why am I not surprised.   Well, let's just convict him just to be safe.   Sheesh. . .and what evidence do you have that the husband is guilty?   Just gut reaction?  not based on facts?   perhaps you should join a police force. 

The vehicle was later found locked and parked next to the curb in the 100 block of Sixth Avenue in San Manuel, Arizona, two blocks from her home and two houses down from Wolf's sister's house.

It does seem like a populated area and close to her home and some one would have saw her walk away to get help. Evidently she did not walk away.   

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She would have walked to some house to get help if that were the case.  so it must have been her husband  that blew out her tire and took her away.

 

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12 hours ago, docyabut2 said:

The vehicle was later found locked and parked next to the curb in the 100 block of Sixth Avenue in San Manuel, Arizona, two blocks from her home and two houses down from Wolf's sister's house.

It does seem like a populated area and close to her home and some one would have saw her walk away to get help. Evidently she did not walk away.   

True, but just because it happened close by doesn't mean it was the husband.  you can murdered anywhere these days.   Sure the husband has a strong motive. . .but until you have evidence otherwise, you should treat it as an unknown assailant.   unless you do you risk the chance of tunnel vision and not being able to see the forest for the trees. 

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12 hours ago, timewarrior said:

True, but just because it happened close by doesn't mean it was the husband.  you can murdered anywhere these days.   Sure the husband has a strong motive. . .but until you have evidence otherwise, you should treat it as an unknown assailant.   unless you do you risk the chance of tunnel vision and not being able to see the forest for the trees. 

 If she was  truly stuck, she would have walked to a neighbors to get help,since there were no cell phones in those days. Evidently she did not walk away. 

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11 hours ago, docyabut2 said:

 If she was  truly stuck, she would have walked to a neighbors to get help,since there were no cell phones in those days. Evidently she did not walk away. 

No but a "good Samaritan" could have drove by, offered her a ride. . .and well you know how that goes. . .

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13 hours ago, timewarrior said:

No but a "good Samaritan" could have drove by, offered her a ride. . .and well you know how that goes. . .

Why would she take a ride, when she was only two blocks from her own home and two houses down from her sister`s  house.? Don't make sense:) I think her husband in the divorce, whack her tire and took her way  to kill her.     

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1 hour ago, docyabut2 said:

Why would she take a ride, when she was only two blocks from her own home and two houses down from her sister`s  house.? Don't make sense:) I think her husband in the divorce, whack her tire and took her way  to kill her.     

the good Samaritan could have been someone, other than her husband, that she trusted and knew.   it is possible.   that's all I'm saying. 

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What I find the strangest about this is the fact that there is hardly ANY information about this.  Sounds like the police have not really been too concerned about it.  And I can only think of one reason why.  They are involved.  One would think that the husband would be the likely suspect, but there is nothing I could find that either implicates or exonerates him. Again strange..

 

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What I've been noticing just the almost two hours being on this forum is this LucasNorth, a private detective, have been putting or bringing back to the front AZ murder cases that were from areas that had (and still do) suffer from illegal, coyote, cartel, and gang violence during a time when AZ started to get an influx of illegals, new types of gang violence, and around the time M13 and Mexican Guerilla started bullying border towns in TX, NM, AZ, and CA.

He puts them out there for you to work on. From my understanding when a detective needs help they do more than what he has done. I'm not stating he's not a detective, I'm just stating in my opinion when I go to a private eye to help me and I find out this is the majority of his work, I will go somewhere else who would do more than "hey, I'm a detective. Here's an old long forgotten case that was out of the norm (not really) 'help' me find the answer." And then turns around and get snarky when he doesn't get a response quick enough, doesn't like the logical critical thinkers on here, or when a "main suspect" on a murder case gets on here to do a quick rundown of what he went through to NOT be a suspect anymore. Doesn't sound like a professional private eye to me. But maybe my opinion of someone working tirelessly to find the truth when the police don't want to help is quite high. 

That or it's a coincidence that three of the five i looked into on true crime just happened to be all AZ only had a blip on the news decades ago cases all brought forward by the same person.

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23 hours ago, Monzaria said:

What I've been noticing just the almost two hours being on this forum is this LucasNorth, a private detective, have been putting or bringing back to the front AZ murder cases that were from areas that had (and still do) suffer from illegal, coyote, cartel, and gang violence during a time when AZ started to get an influx of illegals, new types of gang violence, and around the time M13 and Mexican Guerilla started bullying border towns in TX, NM, AZ, and CA.

He puts them out there for you to work on. From my understanding when a detective needs help they do more than what he has done. I'm not stating he's not a detective, I'm just stating in my opinion when I go to a private eye to help me and I find out this is the majority of his work, I will go somewhere else who would do more than "hey, I'm a detective. Here's an old long forgotten case that was out of the norm (not really) 'help' me find the answer." And then turns around and get snarky when he doesn't get a response quick enough, doesn't like the logical critical thinkers on here, or when a "main suspect" on a murder case gets on here to do a quick rundown of what he went through to NOT be a suspect anymore. Doesn't sound like a professional private eye to me. But maybe my opinion of someone working tirelessly to find the truth when the police don't want to help is quite high. 

That or it's a coincidence that three of the five i looked into on true crime just happened to be all AZ only had a blip on the news decades ago cases all brought forward by the same person.

Hard to say what each and every one of us truly is on this medium. . .me personally. . .I'm a secret agent on her majesty's secret service transplanted to America to spy on the common American KGB infiltration unit from Russia who is also in league with the loyal order of water buffaloes. . .

Or I'm just some smuck with waaaaaaay too much time on his hands. . .

LucasNorth could be a private eye. .. could be a space alien. . .or an illegal alien. . .or could just be some dude or dudette who likes to talk about old cases and try to see if we can hash them out.  Now if we actually solve a case. . .I want a finder's fee. . .like first dibs on the free ice cream and sauerkraut cake. 

 

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lol....I always enjoy reading your posts timewarrior. :)

But you hit it on the last sentence, if he is what he say he is and using what's being hashed out to "solve" these "cases" then yes, he should compensate anyone who helped him "crack the case". 

Just reading the past of my home state that I still live in and remembering how it really was, and some parts still are, made me view it on a different perspective than if it was coming from another state. 

Thank you for giving thought to my opinion of "this is what I'm seeing", that and giving me a piece of your humor. :)

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19 hours ago, Monzaria said:

lol....I always enjoy reading your posts timewarrior. :)

But you hit it on the last sentence, if he is what he say he is and using what's being hashed out to "solve" these "cases" then yes, he should compensate anyone who helped him "crack the case". 

Just reading the past of my home state that I still live in and remembering how it really was, and some parts still are, made me view it on a different perspective than if it was coming from another state. 

Thank you for giving thought to my opinion of "this is what I'm seeing", that and giving me a piece of your humor. :)

Ah yes. . .there are two types of people in this world. . .those that understand and appreciate my dark humor. . .and those that wish to see me dismembered into a million little pieces, and for those pieces to be subjected to the amorous advances of thousands of drunken shrimp and then reconstituted into the shape of trans-dimensional hexa-cube. 

I can relate to the finding out about your state's past. . .I myself was thrilled when I discovered the colonial parkway murders. . .

The only issue on getting compensation is how to prove it was our rantings that solved the case and then there's that whole coming out from under the warm, dark confines of the anonymity that is the internet. . .what's that you say?  you want to know who I really am?  Well you can just go to heck.  You can go to heck and die I say. . .I plan on staying here with my slightly used yellow speedo, sipping red bulls and vodka and eating day old spaghetti as I watch slightly scrambled porn on my cable tv box. . .

Hmmmmm. . .I seem to have gotten a bit off track here. . .oh well. . .

In short, I am honored that you are honored about receiving the esteemed honor of getting a personal reply from me where I myself honored my commitment to excellence and honor by honoring you with my glorious opinion and the joyful honor that is my wittiness. . .in fact this reply also bestows an honor upon your honor, making it a double honor, and raising your glorious worshiping of me to an even higher honor than that of the previous honor. . .

Now don't you feel honored? 

 

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On 5/3/2017 at 5:03 AM, timewarrior said:

Ah yes. . .there are two types of people in this world. . .those that understand and appreciate my dark humor. . .and those that wish to see me dismembered into a million little pieces, and for those pieces to be subjected to the amorous advances of thousands of drunken shrimp and then reconstituted into the shape of trans-dimensional hexa-cube. 

I can relate to the finding out about your state's past. . .I myself was thrilled when I discovered the colonial parkway murders. . .

The only issue on getting compensation is how to prove it was our rantings that solved the case and then there's that whole coming out from under the warm, dark confines of the anonymity that is the internet. . .what's that you say?  you want to know who I really am?  Well you can just go to heck.  You can go to heck and die I say. . .I plan on staying here with my slightly used yellow speedo, sipping red bulls and vodka and eating day old spaghetti as I watch slightly scrambled porn on my cable tv box. . .

Hmmmmm. . .I seem to have gotten a bit off track here. . .oh well. . .

In short, I am honored that you are honored about receiving the esteemed honor of getting a personal reply from me where I myself honored my commitment to excellence and honor by honoring you with my glorious opinion and the joyful honor that is my wittiness. . .in fact this reply also bestows an honor upon your honor, making it a double honor, and raising your glorious worshiping of me to an even higher honor than that of the previous honor. . .

Now don't you feel honored? 

 

You Sir, have made my week. :lol: 

Just had a chance to get back on and catching up. 

See ya'll around. :)

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2 hours ago, Monzaria said:

You Sir, have made my week. :lol: 

Just had a chance to get back on and catching up. 

See ya'll around. :)

We do try our best. 

 

;)

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9 hours ago, timewarrior said:

We do try our best. 

 

;)

So now you guys are saying she was adducted by the cartel, where is the ransom notice ? 

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