Monthly Archives: May 2008

Smiley face killers may be stalking college men

ALBANY, New York (CNN) — At the age of 21, Christopher Jenkins appeared to have everything going for him. The University of Minnesota senior was good-looking, had a near perfect grade-point average and had a future in business.

Christopher Jenkins, 21, vanished on Halloween 2002. Four years later, police ruled his death a homicide.

Then, suddenly, he vanished.

He was last seen celebrating Halloween at a bar in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 2002. Jenkins’ friends said he left about midnight. Four months later, his body was found in the Mississippi River, still wearing his Halloween costume.

Minneapolis police classified the drowning as accidental.

Jenkins’ blood-alcohol level was well above the legal limit, and police told his parents that he’d probably had too much to drink after bar -hopping with friends. They

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Hilarious photos captures people’s PETTIEST bugbears including bus passengers who take up both seats and VERY …

These snaps, shared widely on social media and compiled by Bored Panda, capture some of the small but infuriating incidents we regularly encounter in every day life. Clockwise from top left: A bus passenger chooses the aisle seat, leaving the window spot empty, a very disorganised desktop, an infuriating packaging fail, this cake did not arrive as anticipated, a toilet door that’s not quite fit for purpose, and that moment your fork handle strays into your food. …read

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Scesny of interest in Westminster

The Berlin man with possible ties to a string of prostitute deaths in the Worcester area is being looked at for a possible connection to the unsolved death of Elizabeth N. Fardy, a Fitchburg woman whose skeletal remains were found in Westminster in December 2002.

Police Chief Salvatore J. Albert Jr. said yesterday that Alex F. Scesny is a person of interest in the death of Ms. Fardy.

She was 22 in early 2002 when friends told Fitchburg police she hadnt been seen for some time. The Carlisle native had a history of drug addiction; months before her disappearance, she had been charged in Fitchburg with being a common nightwalker, police and friends said at the time.

In December 2002, a hunter in woods off Route 2A in Westminster came across a skull later determined to be that of Ms. Fardy. Police

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