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Re: [infoguys-list] Locate where someone is buried

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  • john carman
    I couldn t resist this as I know how difficult it can be trying to locate live targets as well as dead ones.(In the U.S. or outside the country) When
    Message 1 of 5 , May 23, 2006
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      I couldn't resist this as I know how difficult it can be trying to locate "live" targets as well as "dead" ones.(In the U.S. or outside the country) When everything else fails, it is time to use a genealogy expert.

      This is for everyone's benefit.

      Has anyone tried contact a genealogy expert like Jill Ekstrom? utahfinders@...

      Tell her John Carman sent you and she may surprise you all with her excellent research capabilities and she is very fair with her prices.

      Good luck!

      John Carman

      John Carman-Former U.S.Secret Service-U.S.Customs,INS(DOJ),SDPD-POST Certified
      Director-Carman Investigations & Security Consultant
      California State License P.I. 8686, AFIO, CALI, PICA, SDCIA Member
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      P.O. Box 3811
      La Mesa, Ca. 91944

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