Skip to comments.Witchcraft, white supremacists, meth labs or a family grudge?
Posted on 07/22/2014 10:09:43 AM PDT by AnAmericanAbroad
Five years ago Bobby Jamison, Sherilyn Jamison and their six-year-old daughter Madyson mysteriously vanished. It wasn't until more than four years later that their decimated, skeletal remains were found on a remote Oklahoma mountainside, lying side-by-side, face down in the dirt, three miles from their abandoned truck.
On Saturday their loved ones held a memorial for the family.
The modest but emotional ceremony may have given their family and friends a scrap of comfort - but it did little to end their torment.
They still have no real idea what happened to their loved ones in a case that has become one of Americas most bizarre murder mysteries.
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There are many peculiarities in this case; one that jumps out at me is that the Jamisons had $32,000 in cash, which was subsequently found in their truck, along with the family pooch. Yet the truck was locked, which indicates to me that they left it with the intention of coming back. Perhaps some kind of nefarious business gone horribly wrong?
Interestingly, the ME was unable to determine a cause of death for the family after autopsies. Yet the bodies were found side-by-side, face-down, in a neat line
Most peculiar. Feel free to put on your deerstalker caps and light your Meerschaum pipes and ponder the mystery of the Jamison family.
I don’t know what happened to this couple and their child, but with respect to the stories about witchcraft and drug deals, I have not seen a story that engages in more unsupported conjecture in a long, long time. Its sensationalism based on nothing.
Oh, I quite agree; the sensationalistic aspect of the story is classic tabloid press - the story could as well have been out of the National Enquirer back in the 70s.
But it’s certainly a mystery. Personally, I lean towards financial troubles driving the Jamisons toward desperate measures, and somehow, things went horribly wrong and all of three them ended up dead. Again, just my opinion, but that certainly wouldn’t be the first time that’s ever happened.
Stranger still is the sheriff’s department using drones back in ‘09.
Here's one about a hour old.
Eric holder doesn’t care about it, because it involves White people but if he did, I sure he would pin the blame on the White supremacists
White supremacists? Who threw that in? Since it is a WHITE family that was killed, shouldn’t the insane conjecture be black supremacists?
The mother had kicked out man who was staying with them and who didn't like Indians. She was part Indian (not sure how much). That was mentioned in the story. That's the leap that was taken to get to white supremacists.
If you read the full story, there’s a mention that the family was on some kind of white supremacist ‘hit list’; that’s from an anonymous tipster who claims the Jamisons were marked for death by a group called the United White Knight.
But again, that’s allegedly from an anonymous tipster - so there’s no way to confirm or rule out such a suggestion.
Incidentally, the “United White Knights” the story’s referring to is most likely the United White Knights of the KKK, which is reputed to operate in OK.
But there again, what reason would the UWK have to kill them? Where’s the motive?
What a horrible end. Rest in peace.