Friday, May 20, 2011

More on the Stubbs Murder

A friend of the blog recently sent in the following photos of Olancha, CA that are relevant to the Karl Stubbs murder case. Below is Karl's house in which he was robbed and beaten: The store where poor old Karl was shopping that day in November of 1968 when he was spotted by some hippies (two girls and two boys) and followed home. Why, it's the Fresh Jerky Stand near the intersection of 190 and 395!: Looking towards the Stubbs residence from the Fresh Jerky stand. The house is visible through the trees in the center of the photo.


MrPoirot said...

There doesn't seem to be any hint within the Family at the time of the Stubbs murder of anything going on such as murder. There was no panic evident. The family had a terrible time keeping secrets yet no one mentions Stubb's death. The Family was living a relatively calm happy life at the time Stubbs died.

Look at how quickly panic came after Crowe and Hinman. The entire Ranch became a paranoid guarded fortress.

MrPoirot said...

My understanding is that a station wagon was in Stubb's yard and it had Michigan plates. There were two men and two women.

ACFisherAldag said...

Why, oh why, was this never followed up on?