Week 10: Locations

by Sara Corona Goldstein

Pachuca – Guadalupe Elena Blanco had moved to Santa Teresa from here less than a week before she was killed in July 1996. (p. 513)

Secondary School 30, information pills in Colonia Félix Gómez – Marina Rebolledo was found here in August 1996. (p. 516)

Colonia Plata – Angélica (Jessica) Nevares, approved a dancer, information pills lived here. (p. 516)

Culiacán, Sinaloa – Angélica Nevares was from here before moving to Santa Teresa five years prior. (p. 516)

Morelos – Perla Beatriz Ochoterena was from here before she lived in Santa Teresa. (p. 517)

Colonia Mancera – Adela García Ceballos lived here with her eventual killer, Rubén Bustos. (p. 518)

Pueblo Azul – Lola and Janet Reynolds are found dead near here at the end of September 1996. (p. 519)

Rillito, Arizona – the Reynolds sisters were from here. (p. 520)

Nayarit – María Sandra Rosales Zepeda was from here. (p. 522)

Podestá ravine – Luisa Cardona Pardo’s body is found here in November 1996. (p. 524)

Colonia La Preciada – Luisa Cardona Pardo lived here. (p. 525)

Podestá ravine – Lalo Cura and Ordoñez discover another body here. (p. 525)

Colonia El Cerezal – Estefanía Rivas and Hermania Noreiga, half-sisters, are found in a house here in December 1996. (p. 526)

Yuma, Arizona – Ronald Luis Luque’s father tells Juan de Dios Martínez that this son planned to go here. (p. 530)

Paris – Elvira Campos dreams of running away to Paris and starting over. (p. 535)

Colonia Del Valle – Sergio González and Marcario López Santos talk to General Humberto Paredes at his home here about snuff films. (p. 536)

Buenos Aires – an Argentinian correspondent for a newspaper from here spends three days in Santa Teresa. He visits El Rey del Taco and watches a snuff film in a house in northern Santa Teresa. (p. 540)

Los Angeles, California – the Argentinian correspondent interviews actors here for his article on Santa Teresa and the snuff film industry. (p. 541)

Buenos Aires – Mike and Clarissa Epstein invent the term “snuff film” here in 1972 while filming a movie here. (p. 541)

Tigre, Argentina – the Epsteins and their crew shoot part of their film here. (p. 542)

A ranch in the pampa, Argentina – Estela’s ranch is here, where the Epsteins and JT and their crew spend time shooting their movie. (p. 542)

El Rosario, Santa Teresa – Guadalupe Guzmán Preito is found here in March 1997. (p. 545)

Cerro Estrella – Jazmín Torres Dorantes is found here in March 1997. (p. 546)

San Miguel de Horcasitas – Carolina Fernández Fuentes’ parents live here. (p. 547)

El Pajonal – three students and a history professor from UCLA find the skeleton of a girl here at the end of March 1997. (p. 547)

Guanajuato – the González Reséndiz family, who believe a body found in El Chile to be that of their daughter, Irene, are from here. (p. 549)

Hermosillo – Juan Arredondo, the second medical examiner in Santa Teresa, is from here. (p. 550)

Medellín, Colombia – Arrendondo traveled here once to represent the Institute of Forensic Anatomy and the University of Santa Teresa at a symposium held here once, and came back a changed man. (p. 550)

Irapuato, Irapuato – Rigoberto Frías, the third medical examiner, is from here. (p. 550)

Colonia Serafin Garabito – Frías lives here. (p. 550)

Villaviciosa – the entire line of María Expósitos lived here. (p. 555)

Colonia México – Rafael Expósito stays here briefly with a whore he meets before killing Celestino Arraya in 1934. (p. 557)

Ensenada – the secretary for Santa Teresa’s Department of Sex Crimes moved here, leaving only Yolanda Palacio working there. (p. 563)

Week 9: Locations

by Sara Corona Goldstein

Cerro Estrella – another woman is found here at the end of September 1995. (p. 466)

Colonia Lomas del Toro – Estrella Ruiz Sandoval’s older sister lives here. (p. 467)

Casas Negras – Rosa María Medina’s father found the stone outside their house here. (p. 468)

Downtown Santa Teresa – Klaus Haas’s computer store is here. (p. 474)

Colonia Veracruz – Juan Pablo Castañón, approved the boy who works at Haas’s computer store, page lives here. (p. 475)

Tijuana – Haas owns another computer store here. (p. 476)

Denver, recipe Colorado – Haas lived here briefly, according to Juan Pablo – though he didn’t, really. (p. 476)

Colonia El Cerezal – Haas lives here. (p. 477)

Tampa, Florida – Haas lived here and was accused of attempted rape by Laurie Enciso, among other things. (p. 477)

Bielefeld, West Germany – Haas was born here in 1955. (p. 478)

Colonia Centena – Haas owns another computer store here. (p. 478)

El Alamillo – the rancher in one of the four private cells in the Santa Teresa jail is from here. (p. 481)

Cananea – Enrique Hernández was born here. (p. 491)

San Blas, in northern Sinaloa – four gunmen show up at a warehouse here and kill two watchmen, then steal the shipment of coke they were guarding. (p. 492)

A road between La Discordia and El Sasabe – one of Campuzano’s trucks was attacked and stolen here. (p. 492)

El Ojito ravine – Adela García Estrada is found here in November 1995. (p. 493)

Colonia La Vistosa – another dead woman is found here on November 20, 1995. (p. 493)

Colonia Sur – Beatriz Concepción Roldan is from here. (p. 494)

Colonia Morelos, near Morelos Preparatory School – the body of Michelle Requjo is found here in December 1995. (p. 495)

Colonia Las Flores – Rosa López Larios, found in December 1995, was from here. (p. 497)

Colonia Álamos – Ema Contreras, also found in December 1995, was from here. (p. 498)

El Obelisco – a settlement just outside Santa Teresa, sometimes called El Moridero, near where two bodies were found in early 1996. (p. 502)

Cerro Estrella – another girl is found here in March 1996. (p. 503)

Colonia Carranza – Sagrario Baeza López, whose work ID showed up on the body of a victim in the first week of April 1996, lives here. (p. 507)

Guadalajara – René Alvarado was from here. (p. 508)

Colonia Madero-Norte – Paula Sánchez Garcés, a dancer at El Pelicáno, lived here. (p. 509)

Colonia San Bartolomé – Ana Hernández Cecilio, mistakenly pronounced dead, lived here. (p. 510)

Colonia Maytorena – Arturo Olivárez lived here. (p. 510)

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