Jennifer Lockmiller

Jennifer Lockmiller

Update: 2019-07-22
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Episode #26


On August 28th, 1993, college student Morgan Keefe went to check on her friend, 22-year-old college student Jennifer Lockmiller. They had had plans to hang out a few nights before, but Jennifer never showed. Over the next few days, Morgan tried to get in touch with Jennifer, to no avail. Finally, Morgan decided to go check on Jennifer. She arrived to the apartment on the campus of Illinois State University, and was able to let herself into the apartment through the unlocked front door. Morgan called out Jennifer’s name, but like the phone calls, she got no answer. She entered the bedroom, and that was when she saw what she will never forget. 


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This episode was researched, written, recorded and edited by Kevin and Mary Kiesewetter. Music credits to Kevin MacLeod, and Komiku. All rights reserved.

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Megan Langreck

The, um, jewelry made of his own hair.... certainly weird by today's standards but it was something done in the past. In Victorian times hair was woven, braided, made into lace, etc. for keepsakes to a person you cared a lot about not necessarily always your lover or spouse. But it was an era in which a lot of weird things were done, and perhaps this custom does not have a place in today's society. As to being pregnant, she could have terminated the pregnancy and told him it was a miscarriage. She need not have told anyone else about it, since it would have been a difficult situation and her decision could have led to abuse and further bizarre behavior on his part.

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