The our bodies of two Breckenridge ladies who disappeared in the winter of 1982 have been mysteriously tied together by a pair of orange socks however regulation enforcement never recognized the killer.
Now, their deaths would be the focus of an episode of “On the case with Paula Zahn.” The show will explore information of the 37-yr-previous cold case when it airs at eight p.m. Sunday on the true-crime network Investigation Discovery, Justine Doiron, spokeswoman for the present, stated.
On Jan. 7, 1982, an orange sock was discovered near the body of 29-year-old Bobbie Jo Oberholtzer in a wooded area not removed from Hoosier Cross.
The match wouldn’t be found till six months afterward July 3 when the body of Annette Schnee was discovered 10 miles away from the place Oberholtzer’s physique had been found. The 2 ladies had vanished within a span of two hours on Jan. 6, 1982.
On the day that Oberholtzer and Schnee disappeared, Oberholtzer had acquired a promotion and was imagined to be celebrating in Breckenridge. When her husband, Jeff Oberholtzer, asked her if she wanted a experience house she stated no.
When he awoke it was previous midnight and his spouse had not but returned house, based on a news release. Jeff Oberholtzer began calling buddies and looking for his spouse. He reported her missing around three a.m.
A rancher referred to as Jeff Oberholtzer the subsequent morning and informed him that he had discovered Bobbie Joe’s license on the sting of his property. Whereas he drove to the world, Jeff Oberholtzer found his spouse’s blue backpack. Near the backpack was his wife’s gloves, coated in blood.
Detectives discovered a collection of clues main from Bobbie Jo’s physique back to a parking area off the aspect of the freeway that ran via Hoosier Cross. It appeared the young lady had been abducted and brought to the parking space by her captor. Bobbie Jo had damaged free and as she tried to escape she was shot twice and left for lifeless, the information release said.
Six months later, when Schnee’s body was found, the other orange sock was on her foot, it says. Another clue tied the women collectively.
“The second clue was even more ominous,” in line with the TV present. “Each younger ladies have been carrying the business card of the identical appliance repair man. His identify was Jeff Oberholzter, Bobbie Jo’s husband.”
The instances have been featured on numerous true crime exhibits through the years.