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Local Mysteries – The Disappearance of Lynne Schulze

David Cabrera, Multimedia Reporter

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On December 10th 1971, Middlebury College freshman Lynne Schulze disappeared under suspicious circumstances. Was she just another teenager trying to start a new life, or is a wealthy, yet dangerous man connected to her disappearance?

Local Mysteries is a true crime podcast that focuses mostly on unsolved cases from Vermont and the surrounded area.

Sources:

www.doenetwork.org/cases/1582dfvt.html
vsp.vermont.gov/unsolved/missing/c/schulze
www.nbcnews.com/storyline/robert-…-business-n329551
charleyproject.org/case/lynne-kathryn-schulze
www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/news/…e/70378078/
deadline.com/2015/12/robert-dur…arrant-1201392983/

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  1. ejs on February 2nd, 2019 7:20 pm

    In 1971, Robert Durst was living in Vermont alone and operating his store, All Good Things, in Middlebury. He had just started dating his eventual wife/victim, Kathy, who lived in New York. Durst would return to New York on weekends. It has been reported that Lynn Schulze told people she wanted to go to New York. Since she was in Durst’s store that day and was last seen outside the store, I think it’s possible that the girl commented to Durst that she was going to New York and that Durst then offered to give her a ride into the city. He may then have murdered the girl once he got her in his clutched. This is speculative, but how often is a person who has vanished last seen in proximity to a violent, deranged murderer like Durst?

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