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Published: Monday 26 March, 2018


As police scoured the Farm in the days following the discovery, they considered alternative access points. Several lie along Red Hill Road, a winding country road also known as Route 708, Adidas Nemeziz 17.1 FG that borders parts of both Anchorage Farm and Blandemar Farm Estates subdivision. While various driveways reach closer to the location of the young woman's remains, one intriguing possibility is an old home site, accessible by a double gate on Red Hill.





Chained shut on a reporter's recent visit, an old driveway leads at least part way through the woods. But why would anyone pushing, pulling, or carrying a 120 pound woman keep going to cross a stream and a barbed wire fence after already negotiating a third of a mile of woods? It's conceivable that a dense forest might, in fact, offer a lesser cloak for nefarious deeds than the waist high grass allegedly covering the pasture in October. Particularly in the wake of the February 2 revelation that the death was indeed a homicide, such are the questions with which adidas Nemeziz Messi 17.1 FG - Black/Pink many are struggling. And the forest is not the only access. A nearby neighborhood actually offers a nearly straight shot toward Anchorage Farm. From a Polish refugee In the early 1990s, Blandemar was a 1,400 acre tract around a 1790 house, owned by siblings Blanka Rosenstiel and Waldemar Dowiak. The two who coined "Blandemar" as an amalgam of their first names had escaped wartime Poland in 1944 with their mother after their Catholic father perished in a concentration camp. The site is a remote cow pasture about 100 yards east of the Hardware River, which follows the foreground treeline. PHOTO BY HAWES SPENCER Around 1991, says Rosenstiel, they began developing Blandemar Farm Estates around their historic house. "I love the farm," says Rosenstiel, who was startled by latest news. "My farm manager called me a few days ago," she says, when reached at her winter home in Miami. "I can't believe something would happen so close."

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