Police suspect a woman, found burned to death in her crashed car, was murdered.

Smiling Aileen Conway with brown hair

Aileen Conway

A car engulfed in flames

The car was found engulfed in flames

CASE DETAILS

A bathub thats full of water with a landline phone sitting next to it

The tub was full and the phone off the hook

On the morning of April 29th, 1986, a farmer working his fields near Lawton, Oklahoma,
noticed smoke rising from a nearby road. He called the authorities and twenty minutes later, the Oklahoma Highway Patrol arrived at the scene. They discovered a burning car embedded in a deserted bridge, the heat from which was so intense that the car had actually melted into the metal guardrail. Inside the car, officers noticed something disturbing. Lt. Larry Sallee of the Oklahoma Highway Patrol:

“When Highway Patrol arrived, a body was inside the car, but it was a futile exercise to try to get to the occupant, due to the fact that the car had already burned so badly.”

The body was burned beyond recognition. Skid marks indicated that the car’s speed at impact was 50 to 60 miles per hour. To the highway patrol, it seemed like just another senseless accident.

Smiling Pat Conway in a shirt and tie

The car belonged to Pat Conway

A computer check revealed the car belonged to Pat Conway, who lived with his family in Lawton, 15 miles from the crash site. The next day, the victim was identified as Aileen Conway, Pat’s wife of 33 years. Authorities reported Aileen’s death as an accident. But soon, Pat noticed a number of conflicting facts that led him to doubt the official story. Pat Conway would eventually conclude that his wife had been murdered:

“There’s no doubt in my mind it was murder, and if I live to be a hundred years old, I’ll still be pushing to try to find the individual or possibly two individuals, whoever was involved.”

Pat first became suspicious when he returned home a few hours after his wife’s death to find the patio door wide open. Aileen’s purse, which she always carried with her, had been left behind. Her driver’s license and glasses were inside. An ironing board was set up and the iron left on. Water from a garden hose was running into the backyard swimming pool. In the master bathroom, the tub was still full of water and the phone was off the hook. All of these clues seemed more than suspicious to Pat:

“The thing that really got my attention was the phone being off the hook, as though she’d attempted to make a phone call, possibly to the police department. We have no way of knowing to whom. Between me and the kids, one would see one thing, and one another, and we start putting it together and right away we found out, well, this was no accident at all.”

Investigator holding a church bulliten

A church bulletin was found in the grass

There was another disturbing detail that nagged at Pat: what would Aileen have been doing out on that lonely country road? Neither of them had ever been in the area. Nothing about his wife’s death made sense. Pat contacted Investigator Ray Anderson of the District Attorney’s office:

“The first impression that I had, of this case, when I met with Mr. Conway, was that of a spouse that was left alone, not expecting the tragedy that happened and looking for some reason why this happened, other than it just being an accident. However, when you start looking at the extenuating and surrounding circumstances, the way that she left her house, it leads you to believe that there is a possibility that there could have been foul play.”

A few days later, Pat and Ray Anderson went to the crash site, looking for clues. Ray found a church bulletin in the grass, a considerable distance from the bridge. Pat recognized it as having formerly been on the dash of Aileen’s car. But Aileen always drove with the windows rolled up and the air conditioning turned on. The bulletin could not have flown out of a moving car. So the car would have to have been stopped. Ray Anderson began to come up with theories of his own:

“Someone else may have been with her, opened the door, set the accelerator, and slammed it into drive, hoping to run Mrs. Conway off into the creek, and to make it appear it was an accident.”

A cut out piece of car fabric on fire

Burn tests were performed on the car fabric

As a result of Anderson’s investigation, the Lawton DA changed the official cause of death from ‘accidental’ to ‘unexplained’. The D.A. then asked the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and the state fire marshall to evaluate the possibility of arson. Sonny Sansome of the Oklahoma State Fire Marshall’s Office:

“What made me suspicious, at first, was looking at the photographs and seeing how much burn was in the vehicle. This thing was completely burnt and destroyed. The burn looked like gasoline or something along those lines was used in it. And another thing that brought my curiosity up was the fact that the gas cap was missing. Most arson cases, and this is documented, have a vehicle where the gas cap is removed, and that was the case here.”

Informal burn tests on dashboard and upholstery samples from a car similar to Aileen’s suggest the inside of her car may have been doused with gasoline. Sonny Sansome was among those who conducted the test:

“We took the material and we applied a blow torch to it, set the material on fire, then removed the blow torch and the fire went out, which is consistent with a flame retardant-type of material. Next, we took some gasoline and soaked the material, and then, of course, the thing was completely destroyed. Without some type of an accelerant like gasoline, the fire would not burn that badly.”

If Aileen Conway was murdered on the bridge, that raises two questions: Who killed her, and why? Paul Renfrow of the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation:

“We don’t really have an answer. There are a lot of theories floating around. Perhaps she interrupted a burglary. We backtracked a little bit into the neighborhood and apparently there had been reports of burglaries in the weeks and months preceding this situation. So, the possibility of an interrupted burglary is there.”

Aileen’s husband Pat refuses to give up:

“Even though you’re discouraged, you keep pushing it every day. It’s on your mind all the time. But, somehow, it needs to be solved. I’ll never quit, as far as trying to solve the case.”


Watch this case now on Amazon Prime in season one with Robert Stack and season seven with Dennis Farina. Also available on YouTube with Robert Stack and Dennis Farina. Various seasons available now on Hulu.

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    Cy

    If she had run a bath and was ironing, she may have been in her under things or even nude (getting ready to take a bath and ironing the clothes she was planning to put on). If someone came upon her, whether it be a thief, a contractor, the person filling the pool, or anyone else-then they may have decided they wanted her. They could have then taken by force in her car, raped her somewhere out in the country, and then made her crash and then burned her. You don’t need to burn someone to kill them, so they chose to burn her for a reason. It wasn’t to hide her identity, because the car was there. My guess, is they were burning evidence. By burning her body, you could be burning evidence of rape, especially back then. They may have also been trying to burn it so that their fingerprints could not be found. It could have been more than one person and the second person could have followed with their own vehicle, which would have explained a fast getaway.

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    Daniel

    I watched this episode of Unsolved Mysteries for the first time very recently (July 2020). I was five years old, in kindergarten, when it happened. I am now 39. The story sounded vaguely familiar to me as I remember a woman dying in a fiery auto accident and wrecking the bridge in doing so. Ironically enough, I lived one mile from this bridge growing up. After searching internet and talking to my folks, this incident was one and the same. I couldn’t believe this event was an episodes of the show. Anyone wanting to know the actual location of the bridge, GPS coordinates are as follows:
    N 34.622979
    W 98.174125
    It sits over Big Beaver Creek on NE Cache Road, slightly East of the NE 180th Street T-intersection, 15 miles East of Lawton. The bridge was a simple wooden bridge (gravel/dirt road covered) with metal guard rails on each side roughly 10 feet height. The car impacted on the south side guard rail, so the car was traveling eastbound at the time of impact. The bridge was left wrecked and mangled for several years (at least 10 years). They finally replaced it with a much larger concrete style bridge, around the time I started driving, so maybe 1997 or 1998.
    It is an extremely rural area. The farmer who witnessed the smoke lived about 1/4 mile away to the East up on hill. The creek was in a lower area just west of his farm. No other houses or building structures were in the immediate area. Lots of trees and unmaintained weeds and grass along both sides of the road.
    Just wanted to provide some geographic details being from the exact area.

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    Miller

    Do you reckon Pat knew anything?

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    jeff mcclain

    I think that one of the contractors was there to do whatever, including filling the pool, I think she was going about her business like ironing taking a bath and he needed to use the bathroom, or who knows maybe she was having an affair with him? Who knows but the point is whoever was filling the pool would explain why that was still on and it would explain the tub and ironing board, he may have tried to make a move on her when he came in on her and she refused, he knew she would tell her husband and he would be fired and shamed, so he panicked and killed her right there, did they check for anything near the gas pedal to see if something was used to accelerate the vehicle? I think the pool guy did it, it ties it all together!!!

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    ROBB

    After reading it and seeing the documentery on unsloved, it appears to me that it was staged. Because there was break ins. If they get caught they get hit with murder. So, Im thinking its an affair if there was no money missing or other valuebles.

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    robb hoffman

    Hi, sorry for your loss. Seporating the issues. One can’t fill a tub and a pool at the same time, nor iron at the same time. So if it was a group of teens that were taking a bath, swimming et cetera and “She” walked in and or they didn’t know she was there and she hid. That would explain the odd driving on an odd road. As well, taking note that the at least three people would have serious injuries, and or might have left other items in the woods hiding out. And as well and or, they could be seperate and “he” could have walked into a group of teens taking a bath, ironing, swimming. Do the other break ins have simular variables? What about an affair?

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    Bill Blaski

    Saw Aileen case again on Pluto tv and I am left we so many questions. I truly believe Aileen left the house willingly and crashed her car. I believe that the way the car crashed engulfed the car in flames. I believe she slammed on the breaks to avoid a dear and crashed. The farmer I believe would’ve seen a car chase. He found Aileen car in flames. So it just had happened, he didn’t hear anyone or see anyone. I can’t explain where she was going or why? I keep thinking suicide……

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      Doug Simpson

      She would not have left her glasses and driver’s license and purse had she not been forced to leave her home.
      She would not have left the phone off the hook or water running in the backyard.
      She was taken from her home.

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    KKW

    So as of December 13, 2019 as I just watched this episode I had never heard of this crime. I was born in 76 and live in Duncan just about 25-30 minutes from Lawton. How tragic that it’s not been solved. Doesn’t seem there was much information or even evidence to go on. So sorry for the families. 🙁

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    Bill Blaski

    Aileens case has me perplexed. I sure do wish the new Netflix series would shine some light on this case.

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    Kitty

    Can anyone from Aileen’s or Pat’s family speak to the location of the bridge?

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      John

      The bridge looks a lot different than it did in the episode, as it was replaced with a cement bridge. The road is between Lawton and Duncan. There’s a gas station you turn at and the bridge is about 2-3 miles down that road.

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    jerrie d morales

    I don’t think it is usual to put the hose in the pool in april to start filling up or topping it off-that is normal. filling a tub and ironing your clothes to get ready-that is pretty normal. the mother of several children-multitasking is what it is all about. having a brain bleed or cva or some sort of health issue would make some sense too. i’m from lawton and all of this sounds normal except when it gets to the part of the car burning so badly. i could even see that maybe she felt short of breath and felt like she needed more air she rolled down her car window which allowed the church bulletin to fly out. They proved it would have taken alot for the car to burn and melt the way it did. of course they don’t tell us the make, model, year of the car. The ages of the children? did they do an autopsy? what neighborhood was the home located in? what state was the home in? more than likely a robbery gone wrong.
    I think it was probably a contractor or subcontractor

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    jerrie d morales

    I wonder what the autopsy said? I guess it might have been inconclusive if the lung tissue was completely destroyed.

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    Amy

    Too many activities going on. You can’t iron, while bathing and turn off a overflowing hose if needed. Staged all. A woman never leaves her purse or glasses behind and nobody goes 60 miles an hour on a dirt covered bridge. Gasoline car fire added to all this is Murder. Who has the motive? Burglary unlikely. Robbery plays no logic in the final set up. How long did hubby know his current wife at time of death? Insurance payout? People who do these dastardly things have family who swears they couldn’t do such a thing. But it’s a mystery as long as it remains uninvestigated.

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      jerrie

      I don’t think she was ironing and taking a bath. I think she was running a tub while she ironed her clothes. they were married along time. They raised a large well adjusted family from what I remember and he ran for the board of education. they owned a business in lawton.

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    Bill Blaski

    I have racked my brain on this for years. I can only hope they will not forget this case.

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    pepe

    i think the things in the house were decoys. in what scenario do you have a bath full of water at the same time as a live clothes iron as well as pour water in the pool?

    they are all things you’d do to do indicate someone was removed from their home in the middle of something. yet you can’t have all three together at the same time. with the phone as well that makes four ‘in the middle of stuff’ activities.

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    Hoping for Justice

    This might be a silly question but since the case has still gone unsolved and there was at the time a reward offered- couldn’t maybe using the money to get media attention or private investigatons or something? I know as more time goes on a case becomes harder to solve when witnesses start to pass or evidence becomes missing or destroyed. Are there ANY new updates????

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    Renee

    I worked as a sub contractor for the Conway’s when this happened! You will never convince me Pat had anything to do with this.
    The Conway’s had many contractors working with them, and many of them did work in their home. I believe it’s possible one off those contractors or their helpers came to rob their house not expecting Mrs. Conway to be there. She probably recognized who ever it was and they had to get “rid” of her. They had to take her out to the country to make it look like an accident. As far as someone following her, the police dept. or the flooring company was just a few minutes away, why would she drive way out in the middle of nowhere? They lived in the center of town? Possibly a disgruntled contractor? RIP Mr and Mrs Conway

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    thinkingoutloud

    I feel like whoever killed her must have known her. It seems like she peacefully got into that car. Even if she walked in on a burglary or anything, there would have been some sort of a struggle or more evidence of a burglary happening. I wouldn’t be surprised if the husband or a family member or a close friend staged everything. To have the phone off the hook, bath drawn, iron on, and water in pool, etc. doesn’t necessarily mean she was doing all these things before she left the house. Maybe someone made it look like she was doing these things before she left. Her husband was the only one who came home and claimed he found all these things. Yes i understand if the husband had anything to do with it, why would he ‘willingly’ give up evidence. But when you reread the case…there isn’t much evidence to go off of, except the fact that the car was doused in gasoline. No other significant pieces of evidence have surfaced.

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    Angie

    So many questions…where was everyone else on this Saturday…why top off a pool in April…was anything stolen/missing from home…why drive 15 miles for help…was the bridge on a road that dead ended into another street and she couldn’t see it soon enough to adequately break…how long did it burn…couldnt have burned long if bubbles still in the tub and pool not topped off…was DNA ever done…were the skid marks already there/or maybe from car chasing her?

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      Anonymous

      April 29, 1986 was a Tuesday so the kids were at school which is about a block away from the Conway home (Pat worked at Lawton High for some time while he owned their flooring company). Pat was at work according to the family.

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      Unanamous

      We lived in Tennessee and we opened our swimming up in March. Therefore, April doesn’t surprise me.

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    Micah Tookes

    Sorry for your loss. What is the name amd location of the bridge where she was found?? If I may ask??

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    Anonymous

    I would ask, where were her keys to the car before she left? I think went out and turned on the hose to the pool to fill it. Went back inside and drew a bath. Set up her ironing board and iron. Then someone came to her front door. Since there were no signs of forced entry or any signs that anyone attempted to enter the residence, I believe that she must have known the person that was there. They could have been calling to her, “Aileen, open this door and come out here!” At that time she could have gone into the bathroom and took the phone off the hook then said, “I’m calling the police!” In an attempt to scare whoever it was away. When they wouldn’t go away, she grabbed her keys and went out the patio door and got into her vehicle. They must have saw her and chased her. They chased her 15 miles away from her home and she attempted to lose them by going down a road she had never been down. This would explain why she lost control of her car and was going 50-60 miles per hour. At such a high rate of speed and not knowing what was ahead, she would not have foreseen the bridge ahead and when she saw it, she probably hit her break attempting to make the curve in the road and go over the bridge, but because dirt can be unpredictable and slippery, she lost control of her car and slammed into the bridge. Now, whoever was following her took advantage of the fact that she was either injured or unconscious and took the gas cap off and siphoned the gas out of her tank, dousing her before lighting it with either a match, or more likely a lighter, if they used a lighter they may have wanted to use the church bulletin to ignite the flames, but maybe found something else tossing it aside, only to have it be carried by the wind to another location near the crash sight. Now the police who arrive on the scene determine almost immediately that this is an accident, and not thinking it’s a homicide commence to taint the crime scene. They aren’t looking for footprints, only tire marks and maybe by then the footprints of the officers are now merged with the footprints of others and being a dirt road, footprints can be easily erased, so can tire marks. Now the whole idea of murder/kidnapping is ridiculous. Most robbers knock on your door or ring your doorbell to see if you are home first. They usually don’t bring weapons with them, because all they are interested in is getting the loot and getting out. People at home are ignored houses. They usually stake out their targeted house and know the schedule of the people who live there and know if they are home or not and when they will be back, so they don’t get caught. Also, to see if they have dogs or security systems. They want the easiest possible in and out as fast as they can scenario. That is probably why her house was not a target of burglars that were in the area, because possibly they had already staked out that home and decided that it wouldn’t be easy with someone at home most of the time and couldn’t risk it if she went on an errand, not knowing when she’d be back. Suicide isn’t plausible here either, there is no indication that she was depressed. The patio door is the biggest clue. The second is no signs of forced entry or signs that anyone tried to force entry. The fact that she left her purse with her drivers license and her glasses is another clue. Shows she left in a hurry. IF you were going to an emergency, would you leave out your back door? No you’d go out the front door. Would you leave your home unlocked? No you’d lock it up tight, especially if you knew that there were burglars in the area.

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    Anonymous

    My condolences, Joseph, on the loss of your Papaw as well.

    I’m curious about the results of the investigation into the “reports of burglaries in the weeks and months preceding this situation.” (Paul Renfrow, OBI)
    Were any perpetrators of the burglaries identified as possible suspects?

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    Anonymous

    So sorry for your loss, and in such a awful way.
    The case is going to have to be looked at by cold case detectives or a larger organization with access to much more crime solving methods.
    The possibility exists that
    A: she was topping off the pool, which can take over an hour;
    B: she ran a bath, again that takes several minutes;
    C: knowing it will only take a few minutes to iron the shirt ( or whatever) she took the phone off the hook, knowing she was fixing to get in the tub. (Just 10 minutes of peace in the tub, PLEASE!)
    Just as she was finishing her ironing, she is startled, interrupted, or heard a noise in another part of the house, forgetting to turn the iron off.
    Seems like she confronted whomever and her being there threw their whole burglary plan out the window, so it turns into a kidnapping/murder.
    They forced her into her car, drove her where they forced the accelerator to stay down, large rock perhaps? After it crashed, they doused it with gas.
    Cannot believe they haven’t found who did it!!! They CANNOT be THAT smart!!!!!

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    Anonymous

    I think it was the husband, but he is dead now.

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      Anonym

      If that had been the husband he would not have run to the police with the pieces of evidence he had found. It doesn’t make any sense. He would have been happy case was closed as an accident.

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    Anonymous

    I live in Lawton, OK, where she was from. There are so many theories about her case here: Burglary gone wrong, Pat Conway and his alleged mistress doing the crime, the family being involved, suicide. Just so many theories. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about this case. Sadly, Pat Conway passed away last year. I’m not optimistic about this case ever finding its way to being solved. There’s not enough of the right people interested in resurrecting this case. No justice for Aileen. No justice at all.

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      Kenny

      If Pat had anything to do with it he would have kept his mouth shut and let people believe it was a car accident. He’s the one that got the investigation back open.

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    Andrew

    I was hoping for an update to this case. Feel bad for the family left behind without answers.

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    Nathan Shorter

    Shame on the ones who think my Uncle Patt Conway would do such a thing he was hurt to the day he passed away about this. And his now wife my aunt is still to this day investigationg it as well as most of our family.

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    Justice

    There will be justice some way some how.

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    Daryl

    K this hole case is odd but thats cuz ur taking in todays way of living not 1986 no one at that would be filling a pool up to cold an wet so that is staged seen to look like she lost her mind next u c that bathtub that has calgone take me way wrighten all over it an no female with take a phone in the bathroom where she going to relax at that time so that is a staged seen also so only thing make sense is the ironing clothing for work so…. next the hole car thing only one thing there she was dead before car accident thats y the fire

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    KJ

    Im from Lawton and just saw the episode on TV. That is so crazy that they never found the person responsible.

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    Joseph

    Aileen was my great grandmother. Still to this day it is a mystery as to what actually took place that day. My grandfather didn’t do this and there was no mistress. I wish that her case would have been solved before papaw passed but sadly it remains unsolved.

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      Unsolved Guy

      Sorry Joseph for your Great Grandmother. I just again watched this episode of Unsolved Mysteries and thought I’d look it up to see if it has been solved. Sorry to hear that it has not. I hope they catch the murderers responsible someday.

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        Martha

        I just was watching Robert Stacks Unsolved Mysteries (March 2018).
        I looked it up to see if it had been solved. I feel sorry for the husband and I see now he passed.
        A long time to live not knowing! How sad!!
        I doubt anyone will spend the money nor the time to figure it out neither!

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      Tony

      I’m so sorry for your loss years ago. I was about 10 years old when the case was aired on Unsolved Mysteries and I thought about it so many times. If I was in your position, I would never rest until the case is solved. To the Conway family, please be brave and never give up on hope. God be with you Joseph.

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      TaTalitha

      My husband’s a cousin of the family up until Pat passed his Aunt and parents often went to breakfast with Pat after Mass. My husband was 4 when it happened.

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    Anonymous

    The weirdest part of this is the evidence, though. Who takes a bath while a hose is running AND the iron is on? No one does that many things at once.

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      Family member

      That’s just how my grandmother was

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      Rich

      Do you own a pool?
      If she was filling the pool/topping off the pool it can take a long time. I have a small above ground pool and it takes at least 30 minutes to fill in just an inch of depth. An in ground pool like that would take more than a hour. She likely filled the bath tub and turned the iron on. Ironing a shirt or two takes 10 minutes. That gives the bath water time to cool a bit before getting in. At the moment I have the washing machine going, my sink is filling with hot water, I’m folding laundry, and I have a pot of sauce on the stove. People can do multiple things at once.

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      Unanamous

      I’m a multi-taskerI easily sounds like me – start filling swimming pool, drawing bathtub, did some quick ironing.

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    Rebecca

    What a horrifying way for someone to die. Whoever committed that crime is heartless, so inhumane, no regards to human life. So sad, it seems this case will not be solve too many unanswered questions and theories nothing much to go on. Rest in peace Aileen

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    Kathy Evans

    I lived out in the area of this crash. I have been to the crash sight. And have hoped all these years that this would be solved. I check this sight from time to time, always hoping to see there has been some new information. Has a psychic ever been taken to this bridge? It would be worth a try.

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