Three more entries–

The Gray and Robertson report:

The Archibald Edward Sloan show, May 10, 2012:

And May 17, 2012:


8 Comments on “Three more entries–”

  1. Jeremy says:

    I never knew that John Crosbie was in the American Legion Hall the day that Mark Stebbins dissapeared and that he offered to drive him home. Looks like he was investigated pretty throughly but, maybe he should be looked at again. One thing that always stands out to me is that Mark was abducted in i believe February of 1976 but, the next abduction occurred in December of 1976 and then the others shortly after in 1977. There has to be a way to make the connection between Crosbie, Sloan, Busch and Greene.

  2. Anonymous says:

    1st report pg 6 of 16 says hair from Kristine came back to Gunnels AND Larry A Smith. I don’t get that. We know Agnew turned in Smith.

  3. Anon1 says:

    Cathy,

    The organization Parents of Murdered Children, http://www.pomc.org, has a second opinion service. If you haven’t previously contacted them, it might be worth a try.

    Per your post on Nov. 29, 2021, the list of ten men present at Kristine’s autopsy, that circle sworn to silence, includes a then Assistant Oakland County Prosecutor Ed Sosnick, (He joined the office in 1969; he may have been a senior trial attorney by 1976.) In 1985 Sosnick was elected to the 48th District Court in Bloomfield HIlls. He was elected to the Oakland Circuit Court in 1988. He retired at the end of 2012. He is currently serving as an interim judge until a newly appointed judge takes the bench. He is/was widely regarded as a good, hardworking, kind jurist, but he has remained silent for 45 years too many as one of those ten men. Perhaps on way too much other information, as well.

    Because it will never happen, I’ll put this out here. Perhaps Marney could have a conversation with him.

  4. Cary Wilkie says:

    It could help our understanding of the case against JH if we knew more about the investigative results at the American Legion Hall. Apparently, a patron signs in upon arrival and if JH’s name is entered on that particular date, it would be enlightening as to the suggestion that he was there for a pool tournament that day. Does any document support this? I can’t imagine it has been overlooked (unless intentionally), so can a list of patrons that day be verified? Can Cory Williams help out here? An awful lot of time was spent on John Crosbie, who were the others?

    • Inquisitor says:

      You still use the name Grayfield, Derby, etc. or other street names anymore?

      Anyway, since Detective Gary Gray representing the entire MSP staff was able to completely bury the failed polygraph conclusions from Georgia and a strong possibility a connection to Busch and OCCK crimes itself, how can anything go thru? No one even knew what really happened in 2009 until years later and with the luck of a few sentences that leaked thru the FOIA papers, we know some. Since that was completely buried surely an American Legion attendance list would be buried the same? Even Cory can’t seem to get to the truth behind the polygraph. Since evidence has been tampered with and in this case buried, one must have to really wonder how legit the DNA and hairs really hold anything to solving this case as well. I guess we keep hoping.

      What I would like to know is what source did author J. Reuben Appelman use in his book The Kill Jar about JH being at the American Legion that day. Doubtful he saw an attendance list but perhaps he talked to a witness but it’s all a guessing game as he does not provide any sources to his research.

  5. dts1017 says:

    Arch Sloan the Avenger. How he’d love to get a hold of the killer. Gimme a break. POS!


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