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Rivers of Blood

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The controversial true story of how Dale Wayne Eaton abducted Lisa Kimmell, raped and tortured her for a week, and then murdered her. He managed to elude law enforcement for more than a decade until forensic scientists were able to identify him as the killer. Original.
Paperback, 320 pages
Published December 1st 2009 by Pinnacle (first published January 1st 2009)
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NCPL Teenzone
This true crime book is about the 1988 murder of Lisa Marie Kimmell. The murder made headlines nationwide and is memorable because her Montana license plates read "Lil Miss". Lisa was driving from Denver, CO to Billings, MT through Casper on the night of March 25, 1988. She disappeared and her body was discovered in the North Platte River near Old Government Bridge on April 2, 1988. This was a cold case until 2002, when DNA evidence linked Dale Wayne Eaton to the crime. Eaton was convicted of Li...more
Amy Flink
I remember the Lil Miss case from Unsolved Mysteries, my fave show in the 80's. I always wondered what happened to this girl. This book was really good, except for the ending. The last couple chapters were sooooo booooring!!! The closing arguments, in my opinion, were a waste of paper and time, which could have been spent explaining more about the other missing and/or murdered girls that the author had talked about (some of which may have also been linked to Dale Eaton, who had killed Lil Miss...more
The Murder of Lil Miss by Sheila Kimmel is a much better story. However, this had more information about the trial and subsequent appeals. The spookiest part of the story is being from Riverton and now living in Casper, I've stopped at Waltman Rest Area millions of times. I don't stop there alone anymore.

Unsolved Mysteries always scared me because I thought the bad guys were hiding outside my window. And at least this time, he wasn't too far from that. Amy Bechtel disappeared the summer before...more
wasn't bad. read it because its true crime and the prosecuter was my boyfriend's step father and it was interesting to be able to discuss case from insiders point of view.
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