December 9, 2013
Barnaby Jones, Cheryl, Flukeyou, Joey, Marina, Screen Names, The Nasty, Wanda
Flukeyou, Gilgo Killer, Hackett, Joey, LISK.com, longislandserialkiller.com, Oak Beach New York, Shannan Gilbert, Suffolk County New York, Too Close To Home, Too Close Too Home
So let’s get the rest of the 200+ out-of-the-way. Last comments I posted were about the red tags and they were about to get into the viruses. Shall we?
So by the end of that first summer at LISK.com it’s owner was already thinking about taking it down. Reading through the comments to whether the site should stay or go shows us the site owner had reason to think the site was in trouble and might need to come down. Personal info, viruses, sock puppet screen names, and a neighborhood feud that was getting really nasty. But the site continued, and not much had changed by the time I found it in February of 2013. Some of the screen names were gone and some new ones were now involved but still the same thing. Flukeyou accusing his neighbors of being involved in parties and coverup of murder and yet none of it had yet to pan out. And even now, today, after LISK.com is long gone and the games have been exposed, Junior is still calling out the same crap and not one part of it has been proven and no arrests or confessions from any of the neighbors. And why won’t the neighbors help back up Juniors stories? Because they hate the Scalice’s so much they will let a murdered girls family go without knowing the truth and a killer walk free. That’s right isn’t it Fluke? They have a vendetta against you? Or is it one of your other explanations, that the Doc has something on all of them and they are afraid of him? How did anyone buy this crap?
Please Fluke, please MM7, please anyone (accept Dorothy) tell me where I have this wrong…
November 16, 2013
John Doe, Long Island Serial Killer, longislandserialkiller.com, Wanda
John Doe, LISK.com, Long Island Serial Killer, Oak Beach New York, Wanda
We’ll get back to the Summer of 2011 on LISK.com but first I need to make a correction. In an earlier blog I had said Wanda’s post was the first one. But I was looking at the comments wrong, it was just the newest at the time, not the first. Wanda’s email was posted on May 15th 2011, but people had stuff posted as early as April. And scrolling down to find the first comment I came across a few screen names I didn’t know had been there that early. We’ll look at those next, but first let’s take a look at the real first comment/email posted on LISK.com:
Sent in April 22nd by John Doe. Let’s take a closer look.
The first email LISK.com decided to post was an accusation with names and an address. (I removed the address though LISK.com did not) I do not know these names and I’m guessing they are not connected to the LISK case, anyone please correct me if I’m wrong. But here we are, a dramatic site, with dramatic images, posting a dramatic first comment. In hindsight we can say how harmful this pattern would be for the real case. But here it was just the beginning, no comments even left on John Doe’s post. And since I do not know these names I can not really comment on it either. So let’s move on to a name I do know.
November 14, 2013
Long Island Serial Killer, longislandserialkiller.com, Wanda
LISK.com, Long Island Serial Killer, longislandserialkiller.com, Wanda
So the first comment/email chosen to be posted by LISK.com was from a familiar screen name, one mentioned in this blog a few times, but one I know little about. Recently someone had mentioned this screen name and the possibility of it being a fake screen name for Flukeyou aka JS Jr. I have no idea if this is true or not. But Wanda is a screen name I think we need to look at, and since it was one of the first (the first to be posted) screen names, I think that even more now. So let’s take a look at the comments left on Wanda’s post.
So, right of the bat a reader with knowledge of who the killer is. And they got in contact with a victim’s family member.
Now we know that nothing this “Wanda” knew solved the crime, but it did set up a series of repeating themes on LISK.com. Again my lack of early knowledge in all of this leaves me with not knowing what “tape” Wanda is writing about, maybe someone can clue me in. Meanwhile let’s take a look at the second screen name we see here, “Anonymous”. Anonymous is used in so many ways these days. I have blogged about a few internet anonymouses and different connections, but who was this “Anonymous” and what was their reason for coming to LISK.com?