So how come on February 19, 1976, a witness saw a small, shiny Pontiac or Buick near and around the time where Mark Stebbin’s body was dumped?
How come a witness saw a light blue 1967 (???) Pontiac Tempest or LeMans with primer spots on the left side of the should of N.B. I-75, near where Jill Robison’s body was found?
How come the impressions in the snow near where Kris’ Michelich’s body was found matched those of a Pontiac LeMans, Pontiac Tempest or Buick Skylark (according to b.s. from MSP)?
How come, in light of the above information, none of you living in the area crushed by these crimes remember much of anything aside from the “Blue Gremlim?”
My brother was simply seen standing near a blue Gremlin. Why on earth would that be more important than the information provided concerning vehicles at the three prior crimes? Umm, let’s see–because someone’s e.g.
I will pull all of this stuff together–how these cars all shared the same frame, etc. If it’s 3 am on Christmas Day (dirty bastards dumping a dead kid’s body on 1-75), how easy is it to distinguish a LeMans from a Skylark from a Tempest?! The biggest, and only question left, is why the public was never alerted to the possible involvement of one of these vehicles in a way that actually could have made a difference. Gremlin, Gremlin, Gremlin. These other cars, as well as all vehicles available to Arch Sloan or the specific vehicle described by witness Doug Wilson—oh no, keeping that under wraps so as not to tip off the owner(s) of the other vehicles. WTF?! This car bullshit is how this entire investigation will be revealed as a total scam.
Compare the photos of the Pontiac LeMans, Buick Skylark and Pontiac Tempest, which will follow. Here’s the deal: I don’t care what you say about the AMC Blue Gremlin with white hockey stripe trim. Maybe it was involved, maybe it wasn’t. How come nobody heard about these other cars pinned to various OCCK crime scenes, or the cars owned or accessible to Arch Sloan or other suspects back in the day? Message: Gremlin, Gremlin, Gremlin. Question today: Why? WTF?!