Who abducted and murdered a beloved hairstylist in broad daylight?

CASE DETAILS

Patrice Endres and her son, Pistol.

At noon on April 15, 2004, two of Patrice’s regular customers arrive at Tamber’s Trim ‘n Tan Salon for their scheduled appointments. The owner and hairstylist, Patrice, is nowhere to be found. Her purse and keys are on the desk, her lunch is still warm in the microwave, and her car is parked at an odd angle in front of the salon—not in its usual place. When they see the cash drawer is empty, the two women know something is seriously wrong, so they call 911. The search for Patrice begins immediately.

Owning a hair salon was Patrice Endres’ dream come true. Her husband Rob, helped her purchase and remodel it to perfection. After she disappears, Rob is devastated and claims he doted on Patrice and loved her with all his heart. Patrice’s son, family, and friends disagree. They claim he was jealous, possessive, and controlling, and Patrice was getting ready to divorce him. The already-strained relationship between Rob and his step-son, Pistol, totally disintegrates with the disappearance of Patrice.

Patrice disappears from her salon, and the search for her begins immediately.

Though her family hopes and prays that Patrice will return, her disappearance has all the signs of an abduction. Police, family, and friends comb the area for weeks. Investigators create a timeline based on Patrice’s customers that day, and her cell phone calls, and identify a narrow 13-minute window of time when the abduction took place.

Patrice’s husband, Rob, has an airtight alibi.

Rob has an airtight alibi, yet he falls under suspicion because he knew Patrice’s schedule and would have known that she would be alone during those 13 minutes. Some believe Rob kidnapped and killed his wife because their marriage was unraveling. Rob denies this, saying they were happy, Patrice was totally devoted to him, and she was the love of his life.

Months after Patrice disappears, serial killer Jeremy Jones, confesses to abducting and killing Patrice, and seems to know details about the crime that only the kidnapper could know. When he later recants his confession, some investigators cross him off their list of suspects. Yet one detective remains convinced that it was Jones who abducted and murdered Patrice.

Two years after her disappearance, Patrice’s remains are found in the Dawson Forest.

Almost two years after she vanished, Patrice’s skeletal remains are found behind a church in Dawson Forest, Georgia, about 11 miles from her salon. This area is notorious as the location where another serial killer, Gary Hilton, disposed of the body of a young female hiker. Hilton becomes a prime suspect, but evidence does not connect him to Patrice’s murder.

With several compelling suspects, but not enough evidence to bring charges, investigators need someone with one clue or any vital information to help solve the baffling abduction and murder of Patrice Endres.

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    Jessica M

    1- Rob realized that his marriage ended because the mother preferred  his son and he killed her and he says that now it belongs to him and that he will not share it with the son because he has the ashes of his wife
    2- The hatred Rob expresses towards Patrice’s son is not normal, he has too much hatred and resentment to think that he killed the mother because he could not separate her from him otherwise
    3 – Rob changed the locks on the house the same day he found out that she had disappeared because he already knew that she was not going to appear again or because he had her in that house kidnapped and did not want the son to discover her.
    4 – Rob does not behave like a man whose wife was murdered, He behaves like the murderer of his wife and love of his life
    5 – 4 Rob has a degree in criminology, he knows very well what evidence he could use to avoid being charged.
    6 – The day of Patrice disappearance the clients noticed her stressed because she had already had an encounter with Rob that day and he told her that he would go find her
    7 –  the position of Patrice car outside the hairdresser shows that the one who kidnapped her after taking her in the same car returned the car and left the car there in that position quickly so as not to be seen.
    8 – Rob with his behavior and way of speaking shows that he is a devil and a psychopath capable of murder

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    Lisa Sarver

    I am angry that her son doesn’t have her ashes! That “man” should give her son her ashes. That’s ridiculous!

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    Jee

    I have this huge feeling Rob and Jeremy Jones might be working together on this…. Wouldn’t be surprised. Rob probably knew if something happened to Patrice, he’d be the first person they would suspect. So he hired Jermey Jones to take care of it. But Rob probably took care of the rest. That’s why Jeremy Jones had an incorrect or false response when he was asked he left her. There’s something really fishy about both of them and maybe they can some how make a link between the two men. I hope Pistol finds closure and he’s surrounded by loving people.

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    ROBdidit

    So if Rob didn’t know what happened, as he claimed, why kick Pistol out that same day – even if he didn’t like him? How would he be able to explain that to Patrice, if she was just away for a few days and then returned!

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    Roro

    Bonjour à tous,
    Il faut noter que lors de cet enquête les enquêteurs ont vite éliminer les suspects potentiel.Or la solution réside là. Le tueur en série qui s’est sois disant fait passer pour celui qui a tué Patrice a dit la vérité à un détail près : ce n’est pas lui qui l’a tué à proprement dit car c’est pas lui qui a mis fin au jour de Patrice et c’est pour ça que il est incapable de dire où était le corps .Il a pourtant donné des informations que seul une personne qui était là le jour de la disparition de Patrice aurais pu dire.Ça c’est inéluctable tout comme le fait que Rob a un alibi en béton le jour où a lieu la disparition.Le fait que il ait un alibi ce jour même ne veux pas dire que il ne l’a pas tué plus tard vous comprenez ? C’est un crime organisé et commis par deux personnes.Celui qui a tué de sang froid Patrice c’est Rob.Celui qui a kidnappée Patrice c’est Jeremy Jones d’où les bijoux et l’argent disparu ( il a une dépendance aux drogues donc il a besoin d’argent ou peut etre c’était Rob qui lui a dit de prendre ce qu’il y avait dans les caisses comme un acompte ).Comment Rob aurais pu penser à la brouette pour transporter le corps dans les bois reculés ? Sachant que transporter un corps sur une aussi longue distance c’est très lourd.C’est pas le premier détail qui saute aux yeux d’une personne lambda à qui l’ont dit que le corps de votre femme a été retrouvé à telle endroit .Pour enfin venir au fait que le corps ait été déposé au même endroit où un tueur avais déposé le corps d’une randonneuse montre que seul une personne avec assez d’intérêt pour les affaires criminelles aurais pu penser à déposer le.corps là bas afin de brouiller les pistes à la police et es mener à accuser les mauvaises personnes. Maintenant le but de la police cest de faire parler Jeremy Jones .Ils auraient pas dû le lâcher.Car seul lui est témoin de tout ce stratagème et c’est l’une des dernières personne à avoir vue Patrice.

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    heather

    It definitely was Rob, he keeps his ashes to himself and portrays anger when he says Pistol can’t have them. I feel like he thought “if I can’t have her fully to myself alive, I’ll have to keep her body” and now he’s happy because he’s got Patricia to himself and Pistol doesn’t.

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    RJC

    Rob.

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    Val

    It was Rob! She left her lunch and everything like she would come back later… so she definitely went with someone she knew. He killed her and has her now forever (exactly what he said) such a monster.

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    Kos

    it´s the husband i think. Very sick man. I think he keeps the ashes like some kind of trophy. I am fairly convinced that this is a contract murder. But the cops aren’t crazy there, and it’s only a matter of time before it gets out that scary rob has to do with it.

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    Maria

    Definitely Rob, that creepy psychopath wierdo. I feel for the poor son really it’s a shame. I wish and hope there is a closure in this case so he and who truly cares for Patricia know eventually the truth…
    Stay strong Pistol.

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    Ashley

    Rob look a bit sus. He said something about wheelbarrow and stuff. why would you say or even think about those stuff easily like you have done it or something.

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    Clive

    Your all missing one thing about Rob, he changed all the locks in the house the next day after she went missing, no one would do that in case she came home, he is guilty 100%

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    Sarah

    Just watched this episode and Rob is one creepy mother trucker and I 100% believe he had SOMETHING to do with Patrice’s murder. He raised a bunch of red flags to me. Someone needs to look into him further.

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    David S.

    After watching 13 Minutes, I am 100% convinced that either Rob murdered Patrice or Jeremy Jones did.

    Rob displayed and said some very odd and suspicious things that were major red flags to me. If he didn’t murder Patrice, and had no involvement in her murder, then he is a very strange individual with serious issues.

    On the other hand, Jeremy Jones did confess to Patrice’s murder. Although he gave incorrect info to law enforcement at the time as to the whereabouts of her body, this could simply and easily be explained by two factors: Jones was a known drug addict as well as a serial rapist/murderer. It is entirely possible that he could have mixed up murder details with another murder or was unable to accurately recall details due to being under the influence of narcotics at the time.

    Either way, IMO, the info presented in 13 Minutes is more than enough for law enforcement to re-evaluate this case.

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    Angela Rutledge

    Rob is very strange, but I don’t think he killed Patrice. I think it was Jeremy Jones. He said in the interview that he walked in Patrice’s shop to ask for a jump for his car. The witnesses said Patrice’s car was parked in front of the shop and the blue car was pulled up in front of the door. Maybe she had pulled her car up close to the hood of the blue car to jump it, been overpowered by Jeremy Jones, taken in her salon where he stole the money, thrown in his car and taken out to the woods behind the church, where he violated and killed her. She went missing in April of 2004. He was arrested in September of 2004. That whole scenario would have only taken a few minutes. He had murdered a woman close to where she lived in Georgia. Patrice’s wedding ring and the cash in her store were taken. Jones was a meth abuser, so I’m sure he would’ve found pawn shop somewhere to pawn the ring, sold it or traded it to some meth dealer for more methamphetamine. Sociopaths and psychopaths are habitual liars, so just because they didn’t find her body in the creek, doesn’t mean Jones didn’t kill her. He may have been so high on meth, he forgot where he killed her. It would be nice to know what kind of car Jones drove. It’s really hard to give an opinion of what happened without all the details of the crime.

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    Tine

    Punaise mais comment Rob son mari peut être encore libre? Il l’avoue à la fin en gros je l’ai pour moi! C’est ce qu’il à toujours voulu! Quand Patrice demande à son fils où il irait elle savait qu’il allait la tuer et elle voulait se rassurer de savoir ce que son fils deviendrait. Il n’y a que moi que ça choque les faux sourires sur les photos avec Rob? L’emprise qu’il avait sur elle ce voit il ne pose pas gentiment ses mains sur sa femme il enserre sa propriété. Son ticket de caisse pour l’essence il l’a toujours genre “vous voyez ce n’est pas moi” ce besoin de se justifier en permanence. Se sourire narquois et fier de lui quand il annonce qu’il a fait des études de criminologie! Sa façon de changer de regard quand il cherche un vrai souvenir et quand il ment! Il a très bien pût payer quelqu’un soit pour faire le plein à sa place soit pour pointer pour lui! Bon sang que l’enquête soit réouverte l’évidence est là!

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    S

    I think it was Rob because,
    Rob had a little weird smile and was verry creepy when he said :” I have her now”
    When he talked about her ashes.its seems to me that he says it in a way like a psychopath that wanted to be with her and didn’t want her to be with anyone else so he killed her so she could only be with him and he would own her for himself.
    My next point, if you love some one who has died you create a place for them, for the ashes in like a urn. He never even opend the box yet he claims to say that he slept with the ashes and had cuddle with it. If he did, you would have put it in a urn and not in an unopened box. I think he just could not confront himself with her ashes. Because he killed her and that’s why he didn’t open the box.

    I think he had a nephew or a friend that kidnapped Patrice for him that owned the car the witnesses talked about. Or he had a friend or something that checked in on his work and pay for the Gass of the car so he had an alibi. He’s the only one who didn’t talked about that he wanted to know what happened or talked about who did it. That’s weird.

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    PAULI

    THE PICTURE IN THE MINUTE 40:20 IN NETFLIX ABOUT THE CASE OF PATRICE ENDERS HAS THE FACE OF HER ASSASSIN IN THE WINDOW IN THE CENTRAL GLASS NEAR HER FACE… PLEASE CHECK IT… THANK YOU.

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    Lola

    As Rob says, he knows criminology. He really knew how to answer and scape, how to deny the accusations. It was him. 100% was Rob. He’d deserve an oscar for this episode, too sociopath the way he acts. He probably pay the other suspects to help him. I think the window is bigger than what police think, her murderer was near before. The way she act before this window can prove that she was in trouble, it could have been a discussion with Rob. Probably she was already in her murderer’s hand, acting the way he wanted her to act.

    Don’t know, I’m just a curious woman from Brasil trying to improve her second language and obssessed with criminal investigations

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    Elter

    Tenho certeza que foi o rob!

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    Anonymous

    believe*

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    Anonymous

    I strongly beleive it was Rob, throughout the interview he was very calm and composed unlike the son and he already all evidences ready, he didnt even pause to think, it sounded made up and fake, like he’d already practised answers for the questions he would be asked. Plus, he is SUPER CREEPY

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    Bunnie

    I think everyone here is correct!!!! 100% Rob Rob ROB!!!! He totally had someone do it if his alibi is that airtight.

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    HadtobeRob

    I think in the beginning besides the shaking Rob was doing well but he completely unravelled by the end of the episode and showed his true colours, He is a definite sociopath and feels as if he has to have full control over Patrice, even in death. In those last scenes it was very clear he has issues, At one point he almost had a smirk on his face that said “I did it and I’m going to get away with it”. The way he asked the funeral directors to reassemble her bones was odd, I think he wanted to have one last look at her to satisfy himself with the work he’d done or had somebody else do. I think he had the attitude of “if I can’t have you nobody can” and he was proud of himself for proving that, who knows what he was actually saying while he carried her skull around. The way he opened the ashes saying it was emotional was all an act. The way he said he keeps the ashes in his bed and they’re all his is also very controlling behaviour. He definitely had a problem with Pistol. I have a feeling he couldn’t control Pistol the way he liked to control Patrice, by keeping everything from him was his way of keeping some kind of control over him.
    I think Rob believes the reason Patrice was going to leave him was because Pistol was her first priority and he couldn’t stand it.
    I believe he set up all his alibi’s for the day she went missing as he knew from his criminology degree that he’d be the first suspect the police would look at.
    The last thing that is very suspicious is the changing of locks so soon after Patrice went missing. What if she had come home?
    I think she was alive in the house for a while before her death and he probably preached to her about how great it would be, just the 2 of them together but she wasn’t interested and just wanted to see her son, I think he made her suffer behind closed doors before murdering her and somehow dumping her in the woods.

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    One hundred percent

    Rob the husband would be my no.1 suspect. Degree in criminology. Laying the remains out,sounds creepy. Or was it to see that the police had got the right body. The man had issues for sure. Condolences to Pistol and his family.

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    Nikita

    As a mother myself I know how strong our love is for our children, that’s being said Rob is more involved than detectives originally thought , they need to look at how cold he is towards patrices son that can paint a thought words of how dark he can be he knew she had a child therefore knew he came with his mother , the fact rob won’t let patrices son have her remains is a red flag get someone who has expertise in understanding the mind do anything in this day and age we should surely have a method of finding out the truth for her sons and friends and family please

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    I_Know

    I am only 10 mins into watching thos case, it is definitely the husband!

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    Doggit

    Whether or not Rob did the crime, that man has definitely got issues! And I think the investigators realize that. He and his weirdness may be one of the things they were referring to when they said there were some things they couldn’t reveal to the public. Personally, I think he’s responsible. If he is or if he isn’t, hopefully justice will be served to the right table. Very interested to see any follow up to this story!

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    Evelyn

    Rob creeps me out.

    In the beginning he tries to play the “she was the love of my life” character, but slowly the mask slips. There are flaws in his “performance”. When he tells us how he asked to her remains be displayed, so he can say goodbye? He almost smiles! He had pleasure, he felt he had control over her. He kissed her skull, he kept her ashes in the bed, he said “I HAVE HER”. She was always a prize for him. An object.

    She wanted the divorce, he can say whatever, but nothing will convince me he didn’t know. That degree in criminal stuff, he has the knowledge. He talks about “his doings” that day like someone reciting a groceries list. He memorized the steps like a actor learns his lines for a play. The way he moves in front of a camera is staged. The way he talks about her son is alarming too. The boy didn’t fit his fantasy. Rob didn’t love her. It IS an obsession, a very high, gross, detailed, wicked one.

    Someone had comment that the locker changing could be to the fact that he abducted her and kept her in the house. I strongly believe that is a possibility. His need of control over her indicated that. The place she was found, everything was very well thought. This is professional. Does this guy had other wives? Girlfriends? He was 50 when they married. No pun intended, but I’d look for more skeletons in his closet. By the way, how he opens and closes the closet door to get the cardboard box with her ashes? He practiced how to position himself for the cameras.

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    ItWasRob

    rob killed her

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    Doug Pike

    Rob is the cross between a sociopath and psychopath he exhibits behaviors of both..comments like “someone could have draged her out there in a wheelbarrow, i dont know” ( psychopath) and then holding her scull and later sleeping with her ashes this is clearly sociopathic they need to look into his past , im surprised they didnt figure thi out …i know he did it!!

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    Laura

    Rob did it. Just try to change my mind!

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    chloe

    It was definitely Rob. First of all, he said he has a criminology degree, meaning he knows the details they would look for to link it to him. I think he either hired someone she knew to kidnap her or did it himself and set up his alibi. That would explain why she was short on the phone with that customer because maybe he showed up talking about the divorce and she was annoyed with him. He could have left his car at the gas station and borrowed or stole a blue car to go to the salon. He probably took money out of the cash register and her wedding ring to make it look like a robbery. I think he kept her in the house for an amount of time whether she was already dead or still alive and that’s why he changed the locks and wouldn’t let Pistol in the house. Also why did he lie and say they never argued when everyone else said they argued all the time? It seems like he was trying to make their marriage seem perfect to hide his motive, which was jealousy because Patrice gave her son more attention than him. I bet his mind set was “If I can’t have her no one can”. That’s why he won’t let Pistol even have her remains. He wanted her all to himself and since he’s a sociopath the only way he saw that he was able to do that was kidnap her and I bet he lashed out and accidentally killed her. He probably also thought it out to the point of taking her remains to the same woods that another killer had previously left remains in to place the blame somewhere else. Remember, he might be crazy but that doesn’t mean he isn’t smart enough to pull it off. Again, he’s a criminology major who knows what they look for when solving a murder. I bet he still has the wedding ring too.

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    Jan

    It’s rob, how is he not in jail?!

    1. Changes locks on the Doors, the same day she was abducted, (maybe find out when he orderd someone to do that, or when he bought the locks?) why change the locks, what if she came home, when he wasen’t there? Makes no sence unless he knew, she wasen’t comming home again.

    2. When he talks about the sheriff, asking him to go to the police, because the husban allways is a suspect, he started to chake and look destressed, and that was the only time during the interview.

    3 “i have a degree i crimonoligy, i know these things”

    4. Gass station recipt, how convenient, how about witness and survailance from the gas station?

    5. “I dont know, if she was kept somewhere for a while, maybe as someones sex toy” he stated that, without any disgust or distress, but cries when he kisses her skull goodby?!

    6. Who the f… request that the coroner assemble the bones, Walls around with her skull for a Long period of time, and then are ok to drive home afterwards?!

    7. Sleeps with her remains, talks proudly about having her remains, and says he never willl share them with her son pistol, allthough the only problem he had with pistol, was that he though, he never would amount to anything, and that he was annoying him.

    It’s 100% rob, their marrige was comming to a close, because he was overprotecting of her, he was even jalous about her son and her friends.

    No one who was madly in love with their wife, woulden’ go looking for her, investigate, or talk to every one in the county.

    Prove me wrong?

    Best regards

    Jan, Denmark
    Europe

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    Stephanie

    It feels like Rob’s alibi is to convenient. He is a total sociopath. Who keeps a mother away from her child like that?!? Also, the way he was shaking during his interview, it was Rob 100%

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    Laura

    d’après mon avis personnel Rob aurait étais capable de tuer Patrice pour la garder rien que pour lui , certain de ses propos laisse a penser qu’il n’aimer pas que Patrice soit amis et parle avec d’autre que lui et la relation mère fils qu’elle avais ne lui plaisait le fait qu’il dorme avec les cendres de son épouse laisse penser qu’il aurait besoin d’un suivi psychologique si ce n’ai pas déjà le cas après ce n’ai que mon avis mais pour moi Rob n’est pas innocent même si ce n’ai pas lui qui a tuer Patrice quelque chose chez lui me pousse a penser tous cela

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    Wil

    Wat mij meteen opvalt aan deze zaak is dat er wel kleine opvallende aanwijzingen zijn, maar dat die bijna alleen maar theoretisch verklaarbaar zijn, en dat bijna alle mogelijk te lasten te leggen feiten in dit gehele moordproces van A tot Z lijken te zijn verduisterd.
    Een opvallend iets vind ik bijvoorbeeld het terrein waar haar lichaamsresten zijn gevonden.
    Op dat terrein komen bijna nooit mensen, en daar leven ook hongerige wilde vleesetende dieren, wat ideaal lijkt om eventuele sporen gewist te krijgen.
    Behalve dat haar stoffelijke overschotten verspreid zijn aangetroffen, laat dat een complotscenario van een zelfmoord uitgesloten.
    Alles lijkt erop dat cij onder extreme druk is ontvoerd en gechanteerd, omdat de klus zo snel en constructief mogelijk geklaard moest zijn.
    Zo kunnen mensen noodgedwongen voor alles toe in staat zijn, zelfs om onbewust de dader te assisteren om zijn eigen aanleiding achter deze moord zo goed mogelijk te verduisteren.
    Echter lijkt het mij heel verstandig om nog veel meer onderzoek te doen met de stoffelijke overschotten van het slachtoffer, om zo mogelijk meer detail te vinden over de mogelijke dader/en of verantwoordelijke achter deze brute moord.
    Immers is er volgens mij nog niet zo heel erg veel bekend over de werkwijze van de dader, en de eventueel mogelijke leefstijl van deze dader.
    Er bestaat een kans meer te weten te kunnen komen over de relaties van de dader en zijn mogelijke verbanden met mensen vooraf aan deze moord, als er meer detail beschikbaar is over gevonden stoffelijke overschotten.
    Wat mij nog meer erg opvalt aan deze zaak is het soort relatie die het slachtoffer onderhield met haar partner!
    Aan het soort gedrag van de man in de relatie met het slachtoffer is niet uit te sluiten dat hij niet te verduren heeft gehad met extreem jaloerse gevoelens.
    Het lijkt er zelfs op dat dit alles naar een heel professioneel zedendelict uitwijst.
    De man was gescheiden en zich niets bewust van al het voorafgaande leed tussen de onderlinge verhoudingen in de relaties tussen Patricia en zoon, en misschien zelfs niet eens over zijn eigen relatie met Patricia, en hoe die 2 relaties onderling verder moesten ontwikkelen.
    Ik vermoed dat de mannelijke partner extreem jarloers is geweest en zichzelf erin liet geloven dat hij niet kon verder leven zonder zijn vrouw Patricia, en dat hij daarom zichzelf had voorgenomen dat als hij niet meer van haar, met haar, mag samenleven dat er dan maar geen van ons twee nog gelukkig zal leven.
    Ik vind het ook opmerkelijk dat hij met zijn gedrag met de schedel en het as, niet 100% kan uitsluiten dat hij ze behandeld als een soort van behaalde trofeeen.
    Er zijn te weinig aanwijzingen om deze zaak gerechtigd te kunnen sluiten, echter zijn er ook te weinig aanwijzingen om een zedendelict uit te sluiten.

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    Eduardo

    Hola. El perfil psicológico de rob demuestra que su relacion nonera sana. Dice que el ña va a proteger siempre. Y ahora tiene sus cenizas y ademas presule del hecho. Es un peful algo psicótico.

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    Alicia

    Rob says he was getting gas at the time of the abduction. What kind of vehicle does he drive? How much gas does it need? Check the receipts to see how much gas he got and if that amount would actually fill a gas tank. For instance, if he was driving a truck, what’s the size of the tank, how many gallons does it hold? Compare that to how much he spent on gas and what the gas prices were. Why did he get gas at the exact time she was being abducted? I think he hired the murderer and made certain to be seen when she was being abducted. Said he got a degree in criminology. So he knew what he was doing. If the security footage from the gas station can be obtained, though I highly doubt it at this point, just watch him. See if there’s anything out of the ordinary in his behavior at that time.

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    Rodrigo

    Si la matricula del auto estaba descubierta y la testigo ocular vio que era de Georgia, seguramente vio el número pero no lo registró. Sería interesante descartar la posibilidad de que ese dato exista exista en su memoria mediante una regresión hipnótica.

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    meg

    Rob and Carole Baskins have a lot in common…

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    yellowidow3000

    Well,I’m not going to lie about something this important.I seriously thought Rob killed her at first but at the end of the video I realized that I can’

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    Kevin Estrada

    It was definitely Rob. Keeping her ashes and sleeping with the ashes? That’s an odd behavior. And, why did he change the door locks?

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    Beth

    Rob 100% did it. Nothing will change my mind about that.

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    Jen

    Definitely think it was Rob, his demeanor and how he talked on the show is just very odd for someone who lost a person they claim they love, even seems a bit like a sociopath to me.

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    Alex

    let me just say… when Rob said “ shes mine now.” I felt so weird! He definitely killed her! I’m more than sure about it!

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    Kickasstrends

    It was definitely Rob!

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    Jorge

    I just think it was Rob cap

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