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Published: Wednesday, July 3 2013 9:35 a.m. MDT

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splitme2
West Jordan, UT

I'm surprised they didn't investigate the husband back in the 80's. That's the first thing they do these days. I'd like to hear more about what investigation they did back then.

one old man
Ogden, UT

Hmmmm. Has anyone looked for false walls or new cement or other things like that in the former home of Josh Powell in West Valley?

The Scientist
Provo, UT

one old man wrote:

"Hmmmm. Has anyone looked for false walls or new cement or other things like that in the former home of Josh Powell in West Valley?"

Knowing the track record of West Valley PD, they won't get around to that for another 28 years.

Cats
Somewhere in Time, UT

How could anyone live in a house for 28 years knowing he had put his wife in the wall and she was there all that time? I wonder how he's enjoying shoveling coal.

Mountain Bird
West Jordan, UT

Coincidentally I was just at Gayhead Elementary a week ago while we were vacationing in New York. I was a second grader there back in the mid sixties, the year this school opened. Now I'm wondering if the victim had been teaching there at that time, 20 years prior to her disappearance. What a sad and tragic story!

Kalindra
Salt Lake City, Utah

@ Cats: If the man knew his wife's body was there, it was probably because he put her there. As long as he lived in the house, he knew her body would not be found. My guess - if he killed her, he probably found it easier to live with her dead than it was to live with her alive and it was definitely easier living in the house than risking living in prison.

trekker
Salt Lake, UT

I really think they should change the name of that school.

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