KY CRYSTAL ROGERS: Missing from Bardstown, KY - 3 July 2015 - Age 35 *ARREST*

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The parents of a Kentucky woman last seen 10 days ago suspect foul play in her disappearance.

Crystal Rogers, 35, a mother of five, was last seen by her live-in boyfriend, Brooks Houck, on July 3, according to the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office.

Houck has said he had nothing to with Rogers’ disappearance. He has been extremely cooperative with investigators, police said, and he took a polygraph test.

A Kentucky police officer has been fired for allegedly tampering with an investigation regarding the missing girlfriend of his brother, who has just been named the only suspect in her disappearance.

Crystal Rogers, 35, has been missing since July 3. Her boyfriend, Brooks Houck, has claimed the last time he saw the mother of five was the night before, playing games on her phone.

The only clue in Rogers disappearance was her maroon Chevy Impala, which was found unlocked and with a flat tire on Bluegrass Parkway on Saturday.

Inside were her keys, purse and uncharged phone.

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Billy Kobin
Louisville Courier Journal
October 17, 2022

LOUISVILLE, KY. — Another search is underway relating to the 2015 disappearance of Crystal Rogers in Bardstown, Kentucky.

FBI agents were searching a farm Monday morning connected to the man Rogers was in a relationship with at the time of her disappearance. He is also the father of Rogers youngest child. The missing mother's case has gained national attention, with it being featured on HLN's "Real Life Nightmare" docu-series.


Ana Rocío Álvarez Bríñez
Louisville Courier Journal
October 17, 2022

The FBI is conducting a search at a Kentucky farm in connection to the disappearance of Crystal Rogers, according to spokesman Tim Beam.

The farm is at 345 Paschal Ballard Lane in Bardstown, the city where Rogers was reported missing in 2015. The FBI took over the case in 2020 and has searched multiple sites owned by and related to Brooks Houck — Rogers' boyfriend when she went missing and father of her youngest child. He was named a suspect in the case in 2017.

The farm agents are searching sits on about 30 acres of land, according to Nelson County's appraisal district. It is owned by Houck's mother.
 

Billy Kobin
Louisville Courier Journal
October 17, 2022

LOUISVILLE, KY. — Another search is underway relating to the 2015 disappearance of Crystal Rogers in Bardstown, Kentucky.

FBI agents were searching a farm Monday morning connected to the man Rogers was in a relationship with at the time of her disappearance. He is also the father of Rogers youngest child. The missing mother's case has gained national attention, with it being featured on HLN's "Real Life Nightmare" docu-series.


Ana Rocío Álvarez Bríñez
Louisville Courier Journal
October 17, 2022

The FBI is conducting a search at a Kentucky farm in connection to the disappearance of Crystal Rogers, according to spokesman Tim Beam.

The farm is at 345 Paschal Ballard Lane in Bardstown, the city where Rogers was reported missing in 2015. The FBI took over the case in 2020 and has searched multiple sites owned by and related to Brooks Houck — Rogers' boyfriend when she went missing and father of her youngest child. He was named a suspect in the case in 2017.

The farm agents are searching sits on about 30 acres of land, according to Nelson County's appraisal district. It is owned by Houck's mother.
Looking at historical imagery in Google Earth, there has been a LOT of work done to that property since 2014, prior to her going missing. New, large building with lots of dirt work, just for starters.
 
I wonder if someone saw any of those fancy drones in the area before the search? Supposedly they can sense things underground.
That would depend on the drone setup. It wouldn't be the kind you can just go buy. The ground penetrating radar stuff needs to be directly over what they are scanning because it reads the difference in density and the signal needs to be directed down and then back up to the sensor/computer. They sure might be able to get a sense of where to send the ground unit to though with some special lenses in looking for anomalies.

Most likely they were clearing areas with the skid steer for the dogs to be able to work better, then bringing in the digging equipment where the dogs alerted.

Hopefully they found something since they are bringing in the actual digging machinery now and hopefully that family is squirming and hers gets some closure.
 
Is this what was just used in Rounds? Apparently the technology is something some part of government forbade but then it was appealed or overturned and I think okay now and can't be banned BUT Dylan's mom said FBI couldn't use them for some similar reason.

Half kidding but I have to wonder what some at top levels are worried people will find if they can see beneath the surface of the earth... 😱
 
Is this what was just used in Rounds? Apparently the technology is something some part of government forbade but then it was appealed or overturned and I think okay now and can't be banned BUT Dylan's mom said FBI couldn't use them for some similar reason.

Half kidding but I have to wonder what some at top levels are worried people will find if they can see beneath the surface of the earth... 😱
and since it's the government not wanting it to be used, nothing will get done about it until somebody in the government needs it. That's the only time things seem to get done in the government is when it directly affects them. That's exactly what happened many years ago when you could easily pick up the wireless calls on a scanner. Somebody in congress' family got their call where they did something to get busted by their phone call being listened to over one. Voila. It became law that scanners couldn't pick up that wave of signal. Nothing was done for years after complaints until it finally directly affected a higher up.
 
Is this what was just used in Rounds? Apparently the technology is something some part of government forbade but then it was appealed or overturned and I think okay now and can't be banned BUT Dylan's mom said FBI couldn't use them for some similar reason.

Half kidding but I have to wonder what some at top levels are worried people will find if they can see beneath the surface of the earth... 😱
Sure easy to think of it that way, isn't it? underground bunkers...stashes...bodies... hidden equipment...
 
Sure easy to think of it that way, isn't it? underground bunkers...stashes...bodies... hidden equipment...
Yep all those thoughts and more come to mind don't they...? What ARE they hiding and just what ALL has been hidden over the years...? Massacres? Another world under there? Another species they have walled off? ELVIS protected underground because he is a national treasure???!!!
 
and since it's the government not wanting it to be used, nothing will get done about it until somebody in the government needs it. That's the only time things seem to get done in the government is when it directly affects them. That's exactly what happened many years ago when you could easily pick up the wireless calls on a scanner. Somebody in congress' family got their call where they did something to get busted by their phone call being listened to over one. Voila. It became law that scanners couldn't pick up that wave of signal. Nothing was done for years after complaints until it finally directly affected a higher up.
I didn't know that one but have absolutely no trouble believing it. Yeah the laws don't apply to some of them and WHEN they are enforced against them, then they cry for change.
 

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