Sad Ending … Kelsey Smith Found Deceased, Police have Suspect in Mind with Criminal Record (Update: Arrest Made, Edwin R. Hall Pictured Below)


The tragic yet not unexpected outcome has occurred in the case of  missing teen Kelsey Smith. Kelsey’s body was found today in Missouri in a shallow creek. According to reports police know who the suspect is and lives with 2 miles of where the body was found. According to Fox News, the suspect has a long police record.

 Kelsey Smith body found in Missouri.


(Hat Tip: Carpe-Vision)

Update I: Arrest made in the murder of Kelsey Smith, suspect in custody.Edwin_Hall

According to reports an arrest has been made in the murder of Kelsey Smith. Edwin R. Hall was arrested by police in the death of Kelsey Smith. The person of interest that police had been looking for and the man from the surveillance video is Edwin R. Hall according to authorities. Edwin R. Hall will be charged tomorrow with first degree murder and aggravated kidnapping.

A picture of 26 year old Edwin R. Hall can be found to the right taken from his Myspace account.

Late Wednesday, Overland Park police arrested a 26-year-old Olathe man in the kidnapping and murder of Smith.

Edwin R. Hall was expected to be charged today, Overland Park Police Chief John Douglass said. Johnson County District Attorney Phill Kline said Hall would face charges of premeditated first-degree murder and aggravated kidnapping. (Houston Chronicle)

Kelsey Smith’s dad gives a truly touching tribute to his daughter and many tahnks to those that helped search for Kelsey.

Interviews … On the Record, Kelsey’s dad & Tim Miller.

Kelsey Smith, “scrubbed in sunshine

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    57 Responses to “Sad Ending … Kelsey Smith Found Deceased, Police have Suspect in Mind with Criminal Record (Update: Arrest Made, Edwin R. Hall Pictured Below)”

    1. Miss-Underestimated on June 6th, 2007 10:24 pm

      I hope I heard right, the murdered gets the death penalty? If so good, get it done and fast

    2. Scared Monkeys on June 6th, 2007 10:32 pm

      Maybe they can bring back sparky or the firing squad for this SOB who was responsible.

      From what I am hearing this suspect in mind has quite the criminal past and should not have been walking among us in the first place.

    3. maryd on June 6th, 2007 10:39 pm

      CASTRATION without representation!!!

    4. david r on June 6th, 2007 10:58 pm

      In the old days we used to just string people like this up on the nearest tree.

    5. Carpe Noctem on June 6th, 2007 11:02 pm

      I’m sick over it. Speechless!

      Latest Greta segments on the way, the one

      featuring Tim Miller… coming up in a few minutes…

      get ready.

      current time, see time stamp on post.

    6. Scared Monkeys on June 6th, 2007 11:07 pm

      Tim & I were discussing this case last night after I learned they were heading to KS this morning.

      We both said that she had to be 20-25 miles from the spot of the vehicle and she would not have been buried. The time line would never have allowed to be a greater distance as her vehicle was located near her abduction.

      Sure enough, about 15-18 miles away and found in a shallow creek.

      What a crying shame and the fact that this happened in broad day light just shows the brazenness of the killer. I can only imagine whats on this guys criminal history and why he was not behind bard in the first place.

      Why does it take an escalation of a criminal to murder before our court systems take these predators serious?

    7. Nina M. Reynolds on June 6th, 2007 11:09 pm

      My heart with deep sympathy goes out to the family of Kelsey, her boyfriend and friends that knew her. May God give them all strength to survive these next few days like they survived the search with strength. They will never get over the loss of Kelsey.Each day throughout our life time we must stay strong even though we often wonder why? It is every parents worst nightmare to bury one of their children. Your life time will never get past the loss of your daughter, sister, friend. Kelsey’s memory will live forever in each of your hearts. How sad that our society does have people in it that would do something like this!

    8. disgustedmom on June 6th, 2007 11:10 pm

      I am so sick for this young girl and her family! Why is the world full of a**holes?

    9. Carpe Noctem on June 6th, 2007 11:32 pm

      Here tiz’

      speeder up

      You Tube! :)

    10. maryd on June 6th, 2007 11:33 pm

      These psycho’s can’t think beyond their own **holes. A human life means nothing to them. Eighteen years of life and so many more too come snuffed out by the sick desires of some lunatic. It’s incomprehensible. In my opinion when you take an innocent human life your rights no longer exist, you have no place in society, you are wasting space. Bye bye.

    11. rider on June 6th, 2007 11:55 pm

      I may be getting ahead of myself… but somewhere there may be a judge who is responsible for this guy
      being out on the streets…

    12. Mrs. Red on June 6th, 2007 11:56 pm

      I am so sorry for this family’s loss… what a tribute to Kelsey that she “was scrubbed with sunshine”. God bless and keep your in his arms, and your family as well.

    13. Scared Monkeys on June 7th, 2007 12:07 am

      News conference at 11:30

      Overland Park police have a suspect in custody in the Kelsey Smith death. FOX 4 will bring you the news conference scheduled for 11:30 p.m. right here.

    14. Carpe Noctem on June 7th, 2007 12:12 am

      Greta / Tim Miller


      seg 1

    15. Kate on June 7th, 2007 12:15 am

      I think it’s time to go back to public capital punishments. This guy needs to be hanged by his ***** until he’s castrated, AND THEN put the noose around his neck!

      I’ve had my fill of deviant individuals in this country, walking away from the courts with slaps on the hand. It’s time to demand zero tolerance when crimes of any kind are committed against children. It’s time to demand that murderers and rapists pay the ultimate price! Let them know that the public is going to see them lose their dignity as they piss themselves when they’re put to death!

      Criminals HAVE TO START suffering the same indignities as their VICTIMS!!! When are we going to start treating them as the animals that they are?

    16. Just Bearly on June 7th, 2007 12:26 am

      I agree… trial and death penalty is too good for the dirtbag responsible. Give him castration and a lobotomy, then let him rot silly and stupid in a cell as a slower and more inhumane way of punishment.

      I feel for the girl and family… seems she never had much fighting chance and she was way too young to go. Just sad sad… that a simple errand to Target turned so tragic.

    17. Carpe Noctem on June 7th, 2007 12:33 am

      goatee boy


      Edward R. Hall

      26 arrested

      mid evening hours

    18. Carpe Noctem on June 7th, 2007 12:41 am

      goatee boy

      KELSEY POI in custody.

      > Edwin R. Hall

      26 arrested

      mid afternoon/evening hours

      pre-med murder 1

      to be charged in morning

    19. Carpe Noctem on June 7th, 2007 12:50 am

      OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — (Updated: 11:38 p.m. cdt)

      – Edwin R. Hall, 26, from Olathe was in custody on Wednesday night in the murder of Kelsey Smith. Hall was identified as the person of interest that police had been looking for since Smith’s disappearance on Kansas City’s Top News.

    20. sparrow on June 7th, 2007 1:34 am

      My deepest sympathy to Kelsey Smith’s family and friends. This is so sad. This world is really bad. I wish there was something I could do to make a difference. My heart goes out to the families of these people who have been brutalized. I just want to cry.

    21. Enraged on June 7th, 2007 1:43 am

      Things I don’t understand: with such a clear connection between porn and violence, why is it still legal? With Hall having such a long criminal record, who put this guy back on the streets? Why was Hall not afraid to murder someone? Why was the committee that decided to free him not afraid of what he might do next?

    22. Carpe Noctem on June 7th, 2007 1:49 am

      #16 “Give him castration and a lobotomy.”


      Yah, Ten four, I agree.

      That is what I call
      Burning The Candle
      At Both Ends!


      What a “bird tall”

      Kelsey’s POI is!

      Or maybe something that
      rhymes more closely,

      -Snaggle Puss

    23. Janda Piantes on June 7th, 2007 2:06 am

      My heart goes out to her family.

      “You never lose the one you loved, if you loved the one you lost.”

      Godspeed Kelsey.

    24. mayan_moons on June 7th, 2007 2:06 am

      I watched Mr. Smith during the family’s press/con, thanking Target for their dignified treatment with the family and all the people who helped. Then his voice cracked as he spoke of Kelsey and he cried. Bless his heart.

    25. sparrow on June 7th, 2007 2:27 am

      Somebody, someone, has got to stop these murderers. We can’t live in fear. I stay alert or I call myself watching where I park, who’s around me, if I think someone looks suspicious. Locks, dead bolt locks, alarms. And yes I do have a gun that my son bought me for protection. You know how the story goes about when we grew-up how the world was a safer place, well I would have never dreamed so many evil thing could happen. How innocent we were, but boy has that been taken cruelly away. I’m deeply concerned about the small children playing in our neighborhood, which is suppose to be nice and safe. God help us all. I can’t imagine what this world will be like in another 5 years if something doesn’t change.

    26. Carpe Noctem on June 7th, 2007 2:36 am

      NEW CENTURY HALL, EDWIN ROY 10/18/1980

      26 YRS

      M W BRO BLU 508 140

      Johnson County

      I KNEW he wasn’t a buck sevety-five

      Not with those “Salty
      The Pretzle Man Legs.”

      140, wet.

    27. D on June 7th, 2007 3:51 am

      Tragic, I was touched by this story and hoping for the best possible ending. Unfortunately this didn’t happen.

      Does anyone have an idea of the connection between the two? Or was this a completly random act?

    28. Richard on June 7th, 2007 5:35 am

      Here’s my post on a previous thread about this case:

      Let’s hope they do the following:

      1. Apprehend a suspect (assuming there’s only one).
      2. Establish his guilt in a fair and SPEEDY trial.
      3. Sentence him to death by firing squad (if the law allows).
      4. Ask for volunteers for said squad.

      At that point … I’m heading to Kansas.

      Think: to so many people, this case won’t have the impact that it has on us, who have followed the cases of Natalee, Amy Bradley and so many other missing people.

      They’ll see it on TV, and “another one” … and then forget.

      We won’t, will we?

      We can just accept that the world is becoming ever more dangerous … or we can fight back and demand changes.

      An uncle of mine was in Vietnam during the 1950s. He said that at that time, if people there saw someone injured in an accident, they were very reluctant to intervene. The thinking was, if you save someone’s life and they then turn out badly, the blame is partly on you as well.

      I don’t necessarily agree with this … but let’s start applying this idea to those who decide on releasing prisoners back into the general public.

      They make a decision and it goes wrong? HOLD THEM RESPONSIBLE.

      Things are moving ahead; number 1 is done already.

    29. Richard on June 7th, 2007 5:42 am

      Judging from this, they have the right animal in custody:

      OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Police arrested a man in the abduction and death of a teenager whose body was found Wednesday in a Missouri park four days after she disappeared from a Kansas store’s parking lot.


      Authorities said 18-year-old Kelsey Smith’s body was found at a lake in Grandview, Mo., about 20 miles east of where she had disappeared Saturday. They did not say how Smith died.

      Overland Park Police Chief John Douglass identified the suspect as Edwin R. Hall, 26, of Olathe. Hall was expected to be charged Thursday with premeditated first-degree murder and aggravated kidnapping.

      Douglass said Hall was interviewed Wednesday after police acted on a tip that matched him to a vehicle seen in surveillance video pulling into the Target parking lot about a minute after Smith parked there.

      He declined to comment on the circumstances of Hall’s questioning or evidence in the case.

      Douglass said Hall appeared to be the same person shown in the video walking into the Target soon after Smith entered the store.

      “I want to again express my condolences to the Smith family,” he said. “I realize that this is not the preferred conclusion. While we cannot give them their daughter back, we can at least give them justice.”

      Johnson County, Kan., prosecutor Phill Kline said charges would be filed Thursday morning.

      “This community has lost a vibrant and promising life and a family has sufferered unimaginable tragedy,” he said.

      Kline said his office would ask the state to set bond at $5 million. He declined to specify whether investigators had determined that Smith was killed in Kansas.

      Douglass said police had received more than 500 tips in the case and had questioned numerous people Wednesday, including Hall.

      Officers had been searching woods at the lake since Tuesday after investigators traced two signals from Smith’s cell phone to an area about 15 miles east of the Target store in suburban Kansas City.

      Before a church memorial service Wednesday evening, Smith’s father thanked everyone involved in the search.

      “She could walk into a room full of strangers and walk out with a room full of friends,” Greg Smith said at Hillcrest Covenant Church in Prairie Village, Kan.

      “Her excitement and passion for life was unmatched,” he said, fighting tears. “She lived more in 18 years than many people do with a great deal more time.”

    30. driving miss daisy on June 7th, 2007 5:45 am

      I cannot imagine what Kelsey’s family is going through. Let’s take time to empathize and pray for them. The trial will come later and then we can cheer for a verdict of guilty. For now, let’s let our capable law enforcement have their time with this thing, and offer prayer and well wishes for the strength to get them through this terrible ordeal and face the days ahead when they will have to attend to this trial and face this demon in a court of law.

    31. maryd on June 7th, 2007 6:43 am

      This is even more disturbing than usual seeing the whole plot unfold in front of our eyes. Her innocently shopping and this sicko following her. He looks so meak and well kempt. He must have had a gun on him or I would think she would have screamed and fought him off. But he had the element of surprise on his side. Could he be so stupid that he would think he wouldn’t be caught? (this isn’t Aruba) He has thrown his own life down the drain too and for what? It makes no sense how the criminal mind works. My heart goes out to the family.

    32. Skyboxx on June 7th, 2007 7:06 am

      Thanks Carpe.

      Let’s hope justice is swift.

      As far as a connection between the two, who knows. If it was just random, this sicko needs to be dealt with. Add “random” as mitigating charges to the premeditated charges.

    33. Miss-Underestimated on June 7th, 2007 8:10 am

      Carpe thanks for for the info. I could barely watch Kelsey’s family it was heartbreaking.

    34. Mike on June 7th, 2007 8:13 am

      I think I read that this animals maximum penalty for these crimes are 25 years to life for 1st degree murder and 12 years for kidnapping if convicted. Thats outrageous…no death penalty or even life without parole. What the hell is going on in Kansas regarding punishment for animals like this?

    35. Miss-Underestimated on June 7th, 2007 8:18 am

      I think it is time for these monsters to be considered TERRORISTS and treated as though thru the legal system. The do gooders who think these monsters are reform able are insane. How many times does this have to happen to the children and young women of our country?

      These monsters are terrorizing the ppl; our children and young women are hunted down like animals.


      We have had enough of seeing families ripped to shredds by these monsters and the future of our country stolen from us.

      My heart is heavy for this family. This should never, never happen.

    36. ScottK on June 7th, 2007 8:46 am

      There is no clear connection with porn and violence. That’s an outlandish and ridiculous statement. There are plently of people (myself included) that watch ADULT porn and who are not violent (myself included). Rapists and Murderers don’t necessarily watch porn, there in no clear connection between them watching porn and then going to kill somebody. Ted Bundy wasn’t into porn. Jeffrey Dalhmer neither. I’m just sick of these far reaching “RIGHT” fielders trying to draw some concocted connection between porn and violence and then link it to a murder of an 18 year old girl.

      Now, I do take issue with adults and child porn. They should put those people in jail for a mandatory sentence of 10-15 years if you are caught doing that. Those Dateline’s with Chris Hansen are great and are doing a great service for the public.

    37. Miss-Underestimated on June 7th, 2007 9:03 am

      Mike I heard on Fox that since he kidnapped Kelsey and carried her over state lines, he is now eligible for federal conviction with the death penalty.

    38. Brie on June 7th, 2007 9:04 am

      Extending my sympathy to Kelsey’s family, friends and all those who loved her. I am so saddened this had to happen. Our children are stalked, hunted like prey, abused, raped, murdered. The families that loved and protected their children all through their growing years wanting only the best for them, are left with a lifetime of sadness, sorrow, grief and the wish to have seem grow even more. Our laws have got to be changed and we are the people to make that happend.

    39. Tracy on June 7th, 2007 9:06 am

      If they determine that she was actually killed in Missouri (which has the death penalty) then maybe he’ll get lucky and get what he deserves.

    40. Brie on June 7th, 2007 9:13 am


    41. Pearl on June 7th, 2007 9:15 am

      Does INTEGRITY have a face?

      What does the voice of HONOR say to a family gripped with heart breaking sorrow over the brutal victimization of their precious child?

      How do we measure TRUTH, in the case of an 18 year old child, stripped from the love of her family, savagely torn from the loving arms of her parents?

      Natalee Holloway was seen being led into a car containing three men, following an evening with her high school friends at a local Aruban restaurant/night club.
      Despite statements made directly by the men who took Natalee away, Aruban polis waited five days, and then arrested two innocent Black men, both of whom had solid alibis, while ignoring direct and conflicting statements from the three men concerning what they did to Natalee.

      Statements made by Joran van der Sloot, Deepak Kalpoe and Satish Kalpoe were ignored by polis and the prosecutor’s office, not only in the content of what was stated, but ignored against pressing evidence that indicated they were all lying about their involvement in the disappearance of Natalee Holloway.

      Statements made specifically mentioned that the three men, who had arrived at Carlos and Charlies’ nightclub shortly before closing, were all “bored” and that they had all agreed to go to “THE HOUSE”.

      Rather than pursuing these three men eye witnessed as taking Natalee away in their car, the Aruban polis chose not to take a statement from Natalee’s mother who had gathered considerable evidence that proved the three men were lying to polis, polis chose not to take a statement from FBI agents who eye witnessed statements being made by two of the three suspects, and Aruban polis chose not to search the car nor THE HOUSE that the three suspects had agreed to go to, after which – Natalee was never seen again.

      Statements from the night security guard at the Holiday Inn where Natalee had been staying, indicated that Natalee was never seen coming into the lobby entrance, as claimed by the three men, and clear indications from the Holiday Inn’s surveillance tapes that were reviewed by hotel employees indicated that so such drop off ever happened as repeatedly claimed by Joran Van der Sloot, Deepak Kalpoe and Satish Kalpoe.

      Furthermore, tapes from the Holiday Inn hotel clearly indicated that no such “black security guard” ever existed as described in great specific detail by the three lying men who took Natalee away.

      Despite repeated lies, conflicting statements, and changing versions of: ‘We dropped her off right in front of the lobby entrance of the Holiday Inn hotel’, Aruban polis proceeded to search the opposite end of the island from where the suspects last were seen taking Natalee into their car, and instead, placed focus in an area identified as San Nicholas, where the two innocent black men were arrested five days later in their homes.

      The face of truth is not difficult to see, nor is contempt for justice difficult to discern.

      Does INTEGRITY have a face?

      What does the voice of HONOR say to a family gripped with beartbreaking sorrow?

      How do we measure TRUTH, in the case of an 18 year old child, stripped from the love of her family, savagely torn from the loving arms of her parents?

      Overland Park Police Chief John Douglass stated that after “thousands of hours of investigation” done in a matter of only four days, the body of 18 year old Kelsey Smith was found in Missouri.

      Chief John Douglass stated:

      “I want to again express my condolences to the Smith family,” Douglass said. “I realize that this is not the preferred conclusion. While we cannot give them their daughter back, we can at least give them justice.”

      In the great state of Missouri, children are valued, monsters are arrested, and the good men and women who promise to DEFEND AND PROTECT can be taken at their honorable word to act with integrity and a passion for justice.

      On the island of Aruba, Natalee Holloway continues to be held unlawfully by the predators who stole her life, destroyed all her hopes and dreams, crushing the hearts of everyone in her loving family, while Aruban polis officials proceeded to participate in the most horrific display of disrespect for a victim’s human life that was matched by the callous disregard for Natalee – the victim, and her human right to justice.

      God bless Kelsey Smith, and God bless the men and women of honor, integrity and a passion for justice who returned this precious child’s body to her loving family.
      Though it is not the outcome Kelsey’s family deserves, indeed they can count on the honor, integrity and passion for justice of the Missouri police and the USA’s FBI.

      To this day – two years later, Natalee Holloway remains imprisoned on the island of Aruba, held captive by the predators who brutally stole away everything she ever hoped for and dreamed of.

      The savages who ended her precious life walk about today with full unimpeded freedom, while Natalee’s family has been cast into the pit of hell, bearing the sorrow of never having Natalee’s remains returned to her family, never being able to honor Natalee with a dignified burial, nor to hear their precious child’s truth being spoken.

      In the absence of truth, there can be no justice.
      In the absence of honor and integrity, there is no hope for Aruba.

      Two eighteen year old children, with hopes and dreams of becoming all that they were meant to be.

      The difference? …. Chief John Douglass, man of honor, integrity and a passion for truth and a child’s right to justice:

      “I realize that this is not the preferred conclusion. While we cannot give them their daughter back, we can at least give them justice.”

    42. Pearl on June 7th, 2007 9:23 am

      When our beloved soldiers, in time of peace or war are stolen away, stripped of their freedom, and treated with complete disregard for their human rights, and viciously slaughtered, – indeed, it is a vicious act of terrorism.

      When thousands of Americans are slaughtered as they head off to work in their offices, while planes are used to execute them at their desks, it is indeed a vicious act of terrorism.



      Americans are owed an explanation: WHERE IS NATALEE HOLLOWAY?

    43. Miss-Underestimated on June 7th, 2007 9:38 am


      Always on straight with your posts. Terrorism against Natalee Holloway and Kelsey Smith. Same violent acts, different faces.


    44. super dave on June 7th, 2007 9:38 am

      too bad aruba didn’t want to punish the criminals responsible for Natalee’s death even though they already had the main four in jail ! they should take a cue from this case and get on the band wagon.

    45. Brie on June 7th, 2007 9:53 am

      Our FBI needs to return to Aruba in full swing and not leave until we find out what happened and justice is served. God knows we have enough reasons . Start with Joran, I know what happend and some day I will tell you. That is someone saying I have been given the power and it is up to me to determine if and when I will tell you. No one has that right!!!!!!!!!!!!

    46. on June 7th, 2007 9:58 am

      You can leave messages for Kelsey’s grieving family at

    47. Carpe Noctem on June 7th, 2007 11:11 am

      * new





    48. kayjay on June 7th, 2007 11:14 am

      The question that needs to be answered is WHY WAS EDWIN HALL, A PERPETRATOR WITH A L O N G CRIMINAL HISTORY NOT IN JAIL? There is far too much emphasis these days on criminal’s rights..the judges are just too soft and they need to be held accountable for allowing these sub-human beings to be free in society to commit more dreadful crimes.
      Thank you Target for the good security camera system.
      Sincere sympathy to Kelsey’s family, you are in the nation’s thoughts today.

    49. mayan_moons on June 7th, 2007 11:43 am

      I’m not saying porn has anything to do with this case but you are wrong Scott, Ted Bundy WAS into Porn bigtime. As a matter of fact, he told investigator’s visiting him on death row to see if Ted was involved in some other murders that “THERE IS A CONNECTION BETWEEN PORN AND THE ATTACKS/MURDERS HE COMMITED” It’s on audio tape of Bundy in the final hours before his execution.

    50. Roger on June 7th, 2007 11:50 am

      If it’s my daughter screw the trial I kill him right where he stand!

    51. Houston on June 7th, 2007 11:52 am

      Goatee boy is guilty, just hang him and get it over with.

    52. mayan_moons on June 7th, 2007 12:22 pm

      I just saw this pos’s mugshot on Fox…..he looks weird. And the family of another young girl are saying there are similarities in their daughter’s disappearence in May.

    53. Nat on June 15th, 2007 4:56 pm

      ScottK- you’re wrong.

    54. LSM on June 15th, 2007 5:04 pm (see website)
      My heart goes out to Kelsey’s family– what kind of sick maniacs do things like this? At target in the daylight. It is cruel and tragic.

    55. jeff on March 3rd, 2010 4:31 pm

      i agree with just about all on this board … these pigs have no room in our society …..ever . these pigs can’t be rehabilitated and it only takes just a smidgeon of common sense to see that . our criminal courts , however , don’t have that smidgeon , so somebody who does needs to move in . if we’re not going to execute them then we have to at least make sure they NEVER see the light of day again . we have waaaayyyyyyyyyy too many bleeding heart , naive , and ignorant morons in high places and THEY SHOULDN’T BE THERE . i’m honestly embarrassed to live in this country when it comes to our criminal system .

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