Author Topic: Missing Persons (Melvin Wilson)  (Read 17014 times)

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Re: Missing Persons (Melvin Wilson)
« Reply #45 on: February 08, 2017, 05:46:32 PM »
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Since the forum is on it's way to being found on Google. I thought I would open a topic for Vicki to tell her story, and show some information about her father's disappearance in 1971. all it takes is one person to remember something that could give some sort of lead to what happened to her father. it will be another avenue for Vicki to get this information out to the public.

       

Melvin Wilson went missing on September 15, 1971 when he did not appear for a court sentencing hearing for the crime of counterfeiting Federal Reserve Notes. According to my mother, he had left our family at the end of July 1971. Melvin Wilson was employed as a printer at Bang Printing in 1968 - 1970, a printing commercial printer specializing in catalogs and boxes for food-service firms, Brainerd, Minnesota. Prior to his arrest, Melvin had a makeshift printing operation in St. Paul, MN using an offset press where he rolled counterfeit $20 dollar bills.

Concerning the elements found on the tie by McCrone Labs Analysis for the 2017 show Expedition Unknown (which funded a more extensive particle analysis on the sticky tape particles pulled off Cooper's tie), I have found a lengthy document named Environmental Aspects of Chemical Use in Printing Operations published by the EPA in January 1976 which studied chemicals, elements and minerals used in the printing industry. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

good find.
 

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Re: Missing Persons (Melvin Wilson)
« Reply #46 on: February 09, 2017, 01:34:46 PM »
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Since the forum is on it's way to being found on Google. I thought I would open a topic for Vicki to tell her story, and show some information about her father's disappearance in 1971. all it takes is one person to remember something that could give some sort of lead to what happened to her father. it will be another avenue for Vicki to get this information out to the public.

       

Melvin Wilson went missing on September 15, 1971 when he did not appear for a court sentencing hearing for the crime of counterfeiting Federal Reserve Notes. According to my mother, he had left our family at the end of July 1971. Melvin Wilson was employed as a printer at Bang Printing in 1968 - 1970, a printing commercial printer specializing in catalogs and boxes for food-service firms, Brainerd, Minnesota. Prior to his arrest, Melvin had a makeshift printing operation in St. Paul, MN using an offset press where he rolled counterfeit $20 dollar bills.

Concerning the elements found on the tie by McCrone Labs Analysis for the 2017 show Expedition Unknown (which funded a more extensive particle analysis on the sticky tape particles pulled off Cooper's tie), I have found a lengthy document named Environmental Aspects of Chemical Use in Printing Operations published by the EPA in January 1976 which studied chemicals, elements and minerals used in the printing industry. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

good find.

And another article about heavy metals used in the printing industry and inks. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

"But many of the inks that produce those brilliant colors are based on pigments containing such heavy metals as lead, cadmium, mercury and chromium. Since many compounds of these metals are considered serious hazards to human health, some state governments are moving to restrict them."
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Re: Missing Persons (Melvin Wilson)
« Reply #47 on: February 09, 2017, 01:41:43 PM »
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Since the forum is on it's way to being found on Google. I thought I would open a topic for Vicki to tell her story, and show some information about her father's disappearance in 1971. all it takes is one person to remember something that could give some sort of lead to what happened to her father. it will be another avenue for Vicki to get this information out to the public.

       

Melvin Wilson went missing on September 15, 1971 when he did not appear for a court sentencing hearing for the crime of counterfeiting Federal Reserve Notes. According to my mother, he had left our family at the end of July 1971. Melvin Wilson was employed as a printer at Bang Printing in 1968 - 1970, a printing commercial printer specializing in catalogs and boxes for food-service firms, Brainerd, Minnesota. Prior to his arrest, Melvin had a makeshift printing operation in St. Paul, MN using an offset press where he rolled counterfeit $20 dollar bills.

Concerning the elements found on the tie by McCrone Labs Analysis for the 2017 show Expedition Unknown (which funded a more extensive particle analysis on the sticky tape particles pulled off Cooper's tie), I have found a lengthy document named Environmental Aspects of Chemical Use in Printing Operations published by the EPA in January 1976 which studied chemicals, elements and minerals used in the printing industry. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

good find.

And another article about heavy metals used in the printing industry and inks. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login

"But many of the inks that produce those brilliant colors are based on pigments containing such heavy metals as lead, cadmium, mercury and chromium. Since many compounds of these metals are considered serious hazards to human health, some state governments are moving to restrict them."

I have done lots of research and most of the tie particles were used in printing,, except the pure titanium, they used titanium dioxide for pigments..

that pure titanium needs to be accounted for..
 

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Re: Missing Persons (Melvin Wilson)
« Reply #48 on: May 29, 2017, 09:59:17 PM »
On Mother's Day, I rode up to see my Mom. We were going through some of her items . She started showing me photos of my brother and I when we were younger. In the small stack of photos, there was one of her and my father when they were living in Las Vegas. It is from the Fall of 1963. I snapped a photo of it and edited out my mom.

So here is a photo of Melvin Wilson from the fall of 1963
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Re: Missing Persons (Melvin Wilson)
« Reply #49 on: May 30, 2017, 04:14:59 AM »
Nice pix. Strong resemblance, too, to DBC, imho.