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It was a warm and beautiful Sunday night on September 21 1986 at the Sunset Highway in Oregon when Cheryl Keetons brutally bludgeoned body was found in her van The van was in the fast lane and found by a motorist Randall Kelly Blighton who stopped to see if he could offer any type of help Blighton saw a silhouette of an infant in the vans window which he now says was a car seat and felt that he couldnt just pass by after he had just dropped off his own children with their mother When he first arrived at the van he set out flares to make sure that the passing cars knew the van was there The car was placed around a curve where oncoming traffic wouldnt see it Then he opened the drivers side door and found that a womans purse was jammed between the accelerator and the firewall which would explain the continually motion forward He could see that a figure was lying across the front seat and that her head was tucked into her chest just over the passenger seat He could also see that the figure had on a loafer type shoe on one foot that looked feminine He searched to turn on the emergency flashers but was unable to find them not knowing that they were over-head He felt the floor to see if there was a baby however as he felt around the floor and the seats of the van he realized why it was so hard to see through the drivers side window The windows were splattered with something dark blood Nevertheless he felt it was more important to keep searching to find the baby instead of stopping He couldnt figure out how there could be so much blood in the van if it hadnt been hit by another vehicle Blighton then drove the van on to the shoulder of 79th street where it met sunset
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