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xx Terrible silence
« Reply #30 on: Feb 15th, 2005, 05:20am »

Day 3: The Dark Secrets of Christopher Below


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Christopher Below admits killing Medina resident Kathern Fetzer in 1991, but police believe he's still hiding something. His box of treasures may provide clues.

By Craig Webb and Gina Mace

Beacon Journal writers


HENDERSON, Ky. - By the time Christopher Below was willing to confess that he shot Kathern Fetzer and left her body in a Dumpster, Medina Detective Scott Thomas knew there was much more to the story than Below was telling.

Thomas just didn't know how much more -- and still doesn't.

For years, those who investigated the Fetzer case were bothered by not knowing how much significance they should place on an item that was found months after Fetzer vanished in November 1991 -- an item Below left behind in his abandoned Lodi apartment.

Whether by accident or design, Below left a briefcase with a 5-year-old South Carolina poster that sought the public's help in learning the whereabouts of Kristina Joanne Porco.

Kristina, they discovered, was a petite, 16-year-old girl with long, dark hair who had been missing since Nov. 29, 1986.

She left her home in Hilton Head, S.C., following a quarrel with her mother.

She had called a girlfriend, asking to meet her in the pool area of the complex.

When her friend arrived, though, Kristina was gone and all that remained was the girl's red sweater.

She never was seen again.

Why her missing poster was left in Below's apartment is unclear.

But it was among the first of many hints that led police to believe Christopher Below might be a serial killer who collected souvenirs from his victims -- all petite women with long, dark hair.

In fact, Mellissa Moschner, one of Below's half-sisters who opened her Evansville, Ind., home to him in 2000, told police about a shoe box of treasures her brother always kept with him.

``He pulled out the box one time and said, `If anything ever happens to me, hold on to this,' '' Moschner recalled.

She said the box contained an assortment of letters and nude photos of his ex-wife in Georgia, some trinkets of jewelry and a ring he said he got from an uncle.

But according to her recollection, it also contained fliers for five or six missing women -- all petite with long, dark hair.

Thomas, the Medina detective, said he has long been puzzled by photo-graphs of Below, taken over the years, in which Below appears to be wearing women's jewelry.

So, police are still looking for the box.

When Below discovered Moschner had been snooping, he transferred the contents to another box -- a box with a lock -- and took it elsewhere.

The search for the box took Thomas back to Evansville, Ind., where he and Evansville Detective Dan Winters conducted a search of another girlfriend's home and a storage unit Dec. 8.

But the elusive box was nowhere to be found.

Instead, though, Thomas discovered a certified mail receipt that seemed to add to the mystery.

It placed Below in St. Cloud, Fla., during his travels in 1998, about the same time a woman by the name of Mary Kushto vanished after leaving a local bar.

After six years, the case remains unsolved.

And Mary Kushto never was seen again.

``Unless you find something to physically put him there (at the scene with one of the abductions), you can't offer him a deal,'' Thomas said. ``He won't confess.''

Christopher Below is in Marion Correctional Institution doing time for the slaying of Kathern Fetzer.

He avoided a trial and the possibility of life in prison by agreeing to plead guilty in September to a single count of attempted involuntary manslaughter.

His sentence was 11 to 18 years behind bars.

To this day, though, he never has said why he killed Fetzer.

Police never believed his story that he put her body in a Dumpster and they have no proof of what happened to his vehicle.

They are suspicious, though, of a place in Kentucky -- a place along the Ohio River where locals used to dispose of junk vehicles by pushing them into a deep pocket of water carved out by the force of the winding, wide river.

But that was 13 years or so ago, and the deep pocket that for a while was a handy, if questionable, dumping spot has since been filled in by the meandering waters.

It is less than a mile downstream from where a large metal cross is sunk into the sand to memorialize the spot where 23-year-old Heather Teague was dragged away nine years ago on that otherwise perfect day in August.

It was put there by Indiana businessman Tim Walthall, one of a number of items he paid for -- including psychics and search teams -- in an effort to discover what happened to the young woman who was abducted while he watched with a telescope from the other side of the river.

After all these years, his eyes still fill up as he speaks of it.

``I felt I had an obligation,'' he said. ``I feel the good Lord let me see something -- let me see something for a reason.

``And that was to let me help solve this thing.''

It is only a theory that the disappearance of Heather Teague could have been the result of Christopher Below's yearning for a sexual threesome, involving another man. His lust for such encounters was no secret to the women in his life.

Furthermore, he was in the vicinity when the abduction took place; he fit the description of the abductor; and another male suspect -- Marvin ``Marty'' Ray Dill, whose car was linked to the crime -- committed suicide when police moved in to question him.

Medina attorney Robert Campbell, who represented Below in the Fetzer case, said his former client has steadfastly denied having anything to do with the disappearance of Teague, and never mentioned any other such cases.

Nonetheless, law enforcement's interest in the strange, secret life of Christopher Below continues.

In November, Lt. Bob Bromage from the sheriff's office in Beaufort County, S.C., made the trek to Marion Correctional Institution to question Below about the 1986 missing-person poster for Kristina Porco, the Hilton Head teenager.

Bromage left saying there would be more questions.

Below was ``still a person of interest,'' he said.

Evansville Detective Brent Melton -- who tried to get Below's cooperation last year on the Teague case when Below was arrested in Fetzer's death -- said he was struck by Below's failure to seize an opportunity to deny involvement in the Teague case when the opportunity was handed to him.

``I told him the girl's mother was losing her mind over her daughter being missing,'' Melton said. ``I told him she wants to know what happened.''

Melton said he suggested to Below that he could blame Teague's abduction on Dill -- the suspect who killed himself when police approached.

``I said he could say Marty Dill did it,'' Melton said. ``I said he could say (Dill) forced him to participate. I told him it would look good in the eyes of the court.''

Melton paused, recalling the conversation.

He said Below responded: ``I see your point.''

``I was accusing him of murder,'' Melton said, ``and he never denied it.

``Just his reaction -- I can't explain it,'' he said. ``It gave me chills.''

James Below's eyes brim over when he recalls the happier times two years ago, before his son's arrest, when they worked for the same trucking company -- father and son passing each other at work, offering each other friendly waves as they started along their routes.

``I still see the truck he used to drive every day and I expect him to be in it,'' the father said.

James Below is the man his son once called his rock -- his path to a new start and a new life.

``He said he'd finally found his family,'' the 60-year-old Below said. ``What hurts me the worst is the way he deceived the family, especially (his half-sisters) who looked after him and loved him.''

The sisters have long since kicked Christopher Below out of their lives after they say they found him in a compromising sexual position with a child.

``I grew to hate him,'' Melinda Bass said. ``I don't really claim he's my brother anymore.''

James Below said his heart goes out to the survivors and he notes: ''Not only did they lose a daughter, but I lost a son.''

At 67, Betty Tipton has come to terms, as best she can, with the notion that her daughter, Kathern Fetzer, will not be coming through the front door anymore.

Like other such survivors, she has no grave to visit -- only a small memorial garden in the back yard of her tidy Medina home full of more than 200 angels collected since her daughter disappeared.

Tipton was there last September in Medina County Common Pleas Court when Judge Christopher Collier sentenced Below for her daughter's death.

Watching Below utter his one-word answers tested her.

``It took all my strength, when I saw him in court, to not go up to him and wring his neck,'' she said.

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« Reply #31 on: Feb 16th, 2005, 08:38am »

Just a quick note to let you all know that Heather Teague will have a new website that will be coming up in a few hours hopefully. That URL will be

www.WhereIsHeatherTeague.Com

If you try to access the Geocities site it will be down today. Please refer to the previous site which will not have any new updates on Heather if you need to browse.

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« Reply #32 on: Feb 18th, 2005, 1:05pm »

Heather Teague's mother is hopeful of closure in the case of her missing daughter. This week, the Akron Beacon Journal published a three-part series on Christopher Below. Including how he confessed to a murder of an Ohio woman and how he may be linked to the kidnapping of Heather Teague nine years ago. Shannon Samson first reported on this story back in November. Now, she talks to the victim's mother Sarah, who says the newspaper article makes her more convinced Below played a role in her daughter's disappearance from Newburgh Beach.

A reporter from the Akron Beacon Journal interviewed Sarah Teague back in November, but it wasn't until this week that those stories were published and sent to her. "I still haven't read every single word of them. It's just so hard to absorb all of it, until you look at this picture. It's like, well, it had to be Below."

Out of three in-depth articles, it's a picture that stands out to her. A sketch of the man one eyewitness, Tim Walthall, says he saw drag Heather away at gunpoint in 1995.

Sarah, however, has long suspected the composite was drawn to match Marty Dill's driver's license photo, in an effort to frame the man whose Bronco was spotted at the scene. Dill killed himself five days after the abduction, before police could question him. "So we have Marty Dill's face from a driver's license and Below's body. How that happened, I don't know," Sarah mused.

In an interview back in November, Walthall adamantly denied the sketch was drawn from anything other than his eyewitness account. Here's what he said he told Medina, Ohio Police detective Scott Thomas when Thomas came to Indiana to question him last year:

"The body features particularly were similar, but that's all and I told Scott and this is important, that I still would not change my story that the person that I saw on the beach that day still to me is the person that I identified and that's Mr. Dill."

But the Beacon Journal story quotes Walthall as saying that he's not sure if it was Dill or not. Kentucky State Police are sticking to their original theory. In a statement, Lieutenant Pat Isbill said, "Chris Below has not been completely ruled out but based on what we have so far, we stand by our conviction that Dill, the man who shot himself, was the perpetrator."

Medina detective Scott Thomas isn't so sure. He got Below to confess to the 1991 murder of Kathern Fetzer, and in the newspaper article, he talks about how Below was in the area when Teague disappeared, and how they shared acquaintances. Combined with the sketch, that's enough for Heather's mother. "It's been a process of struggling, searching of faith of never losing hope, always knowing and believing that there is a day set aside that we'll have our Heather home. So, we don't have her home today, but we know this today that Below is involved."

Thomas also suspects Below is linked to several other missing persons cases - all young women with long, dark hair. We'll keep you posted of any new developments.
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« Reply #33 on: Feb 25th, 2005, 2:19pm »

We have some additional photographs of Heather Teauge who was abducted on August 26, 1995. Her mother has asked me to please post this information below as well.

If you can place Mary Dill or Chris Below as being aquaintances of Heather Teague or you know who owned the mysterious red Chevette that was on the Spottsville KY beach on the day of Heather's disappearance, you are asked to contact the Kentucky State Police at their 800 #. They are trying to determine if both these guys did indeed know eachother and to place them as being directly involved with the disappearance of Heather. All information will be kept confidential. 1-800-222-5555

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« Reply #34 on: Mar 8th, 2005, 09:25am »

Heather's mom wanted all the others to know that she is going to be at the Cue Center meeting in NC with us on April 1st. We are looking forward to her being there.

We also have Heather's buttons being processed and they will be ready in a few weeks for distribution.

Heather's mom is currently having some pc problems and has asked me to post this for her.

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« Reply #35 on: Mar 9th, 2005, 09:04am »

On the day of August 26, 1995, Heather Teague was abducted in broad daylight from a man made beach in Spottsville Kentucky. The only eyewitness was a man using a high powered telescope across the Ohio river. He saw a man walk over to Heather, put a gun to her head and lead her into the woods. Heather was never seen again.
The only eyewitness would help police compile a sketch of the person he saw take Heather. The sketch would later look similar to a man named Marty Dill. Another witness would tell police that she heard screams of a woman coming from the Dill residence on what was the same night Teague vanished. Police would zero in on Marty Dill. Before they could question Dill, he shot himself in the head. It seemed the investigation was OVER but it wasnt.

Not until almost 10 years later would a new suspect surface. That person is Chris Below. Below was arrested in connection with the 1991 disapearance of Kathern Fetzer. Fetzer was trying to end an affair she was having with Below and he did not like that. He admitted to shooting her in the head and dumping her in a trash dumpster. It is now believed that the person who took Heather Teague was not Marty Dill because Dill did not fit the description of the composite sketch. His hair had been cut months before the abuduction. Why did he shoot himself? It is now being shown that Dill did know Chris Below. Chris Below is now being looked at for his role in several other mysterious disappearances in the Northern KY and Ohio area. He is NOT a suspect in the Carrie Culberson disappearance. Trucking records and his residence was in Georgia at the time Carrie's disappearance.

Below are some photos of Chris Below. Heather Teague's mom is asking for the community to please look at this photograph. If you can place Below on that beach and knowing Heather, you are asked to call the police immediately. Boggus phone calls are prosecutable by law.

The Composite Sketch Taken in the Days After Teague's Disappearance
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« Reply #36 on: Mar 19th, 2005, 1:03pm »

Just a quick note to tell you all that Heather's buttons are in. cheesy
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« Reply #37 on: Apr 24th, 2005, 11:02pm »

Thinking of Heather Teague today on her 33rd birthday. Hoping that answers can be found soon for her whereabouts. I know that she is loved and missed by many.
Also, I look forward to seeing Sarah again and taking the trip to Ohio to visit Debbie Culberson. Heather is still missing but she's never been forgotten.

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« Reply #38 on: Apr 25th, 2005, 12:20pm »

I know today is a very hard day for Heathers family. Please know that Heather is not forgotten.
Happy Birthday Heather.

My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sarah you are in my thoughts today. Love to you
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« Reply #39 on: Jun 2nd, 2005, 11:10am »

This was written by Heather's mom, Sarah Teague. She often writes things about Heather. Please do not remove this from the website or this forum w/out her permission.


Is anyone coming after me?

Does everyone think that I am dead?

Who am I?

Where did I come from?

I look in the mirror....and I don't know who is looking back

In my dreams I 'see' and I 'know' that I am loved....

Those precious faces near mine

That laughter is mine....and theirs...





Who will find me?

When will they find me?

I don't look like me....

Will they know me?

Will I know then who has been in my dreams?

How long have I been here?

I know this is not my home....



There are others just like me...

Their eyes tell a tale

Some were here before me

Some have come since I was here

We help one another through the day

We hold on to one another sometimes at night



Who will be the one to find us?

We know someone is coming to take us all home...

The darkness and the sadness has created a hopeful madness

We must hang on

We must not give up hope

That someone is coming to take us home



Just like you...searching for me....

I am waiting for you to come through this door

I lie down in tears wondering where you are...how you are...and if you know that I am here

Maybe I am dead, but I can still see...the others that breathe just like me

Alive with a hope and a dream

That someone is coming after me
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« Reply #40 on: Jun 9th, 2005, 6:48pm »

Here is a sample of the new billboard that is scheduled for release for Heather. This board is formatted with the Matthew 10:26 verse from the Holy Bible.

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« Reply #41 on: Aug 3rd, 2005, 05:55am »

I want to send a big (((Hug))) to you, Sarah Teague, I just read your poem and am in awe of your words. How true it is when we have someone out there.

I have followed Heather's case since I became wrapped in this horror myself.

You seem to have such strength and courage that I am in awe.

I am at a loss for words after reading the information on Heather, so I will close.

A Big thank You to Jill for connecting and helping all of us with our sites for our Missing, but most of all for being such a Warrior!

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« Reply #42 on: Aug 4th, 2005, 10:53am »

The mother of a Kentucky woman missing nearly ten years receives a letter from the Governor. Heather Teague disappeared off Newburgh Beach in Henderson, on August 26th, 1995. She's never been found and no arrests have ever been made.

Her mother, Sarah Teague, received a letter from Governor Ernie Fletcher Wednesday, stating that August 26th is being proclaimed "Heather Teague Day," in an effort to bring attention to all missing person cases currently unsolved in Kentucky.
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« Reply #43 on: Aug 26th, 2005, 07:21am »

Please say a prayer for Sarah Teague and her family that her daughter, Heather, will be brought home soon. Today, Aug. 26, 2005, marks 10 years since Heather was abducted at gunpoint from Newburgh Beach in Spottsville, KY. The Governor of KY has declared Aug. 26, 2005 as "Heather Teague, Day of Prayer".

I have created a special DVD video tribute to Heather which has been forwarded to her family. The video below is a shorter version of this same tribute less the news clips. It is fairly large at 10 MB so please be patient. It runs for 8 minutes.

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10 Years Pass, Teague's Mom Demands Answers

Aug 26, 2005

Friday marks the ten-year anniversary of the disappearance of Heather Teague. A witness claims to have seen someone drag her from a Henderson County beach at gunpoint. She hasn't been heard from since. And to this day, her mother holds out hope she will be found, and wonders why Kentucky State Police haven't located her. She's not the only one.

Sarah Teague is moving all the mementos of her daughter into a new house, where she knows she will be much happier - that is, if the void in her heart is finally filled. She doesn't blame the new detective assigned to her daughter's missing persons case, but she thinks the initial ones were negligent and inept. It's only been in the last year that she's found out about blood stains on the inside tailgate of suspect Marty Dills' Bronco - the same Bronco investigators pulled a hair out of in 1995.

Authorities have just recently taken a saliva sample from 40-year-old Christopher Below, currently behind bars, after confessing to the murder of a young woman in Ohio. It was the investigator in the Kathern Fetzer murder case that tracked down Below in Evansville in 2003, and started asking questions about other unsolved cases in the region. He and Evansville Police Detective Brent Melton originally tried to link the western Kentucky native to five missing or murdered women. They just added Erica Lee Fraysure of Brooksville, Kentucky and Laney Gwinner of Fairfield, Ohio to that list. Fraysure disappeared in October of 1997, Gwinner vanished two months later. Her body was eventually found in the Ohio River.

Detectives say there are just too many similarities in the cases of these seven women, but won't give specifics for fear of information being leaked to Below in prison. Detective Melton says the Heather Teague case is still technically in the hands of Kentucky State Police, but if it were his investigation, he would focus more on the possibility that Dill was only an accomplice in the kidnapping. Melton says enhancement of the crime scene video shows a man he believes looks like a clean-shaven Dill sitting in the driver's seat of his Bronco, while someone else appears to be ransacking Heather's car. The most compelling evidence to him, is how Below's torso appears to be identical to the sketch of the suspect, described by the only eyewitness.

Sarah Teague is relieved that now, it's not just her questioning the investigation, and pleased that a billboard in Henderson is reminding people that Heather has been gone ten long years. She still holds out hope that she's alive, but knows it is unlikely.

Detective Tim Rascoe of the Kentucky State Police is currently in charge of the Teague investigation. He did respond to an email request for an interview, only to refer us to a community relations person for the state police in Frankfort. Even Governor Ernie Fletcher is involved in declaring August 26th, Heather Teague Day across the Commonwealth.

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