Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Part 2 Gone Too Soon - 21 Years Ago Julianne Stallman Was Murdered

Christal Cooper – 414 Words
Facebook @ Christal Ann Rice Cooper

What The Police Know

Fact 1.
Julianne Stallman was stabbed to death in her home, located at 1028 California Street in Butte, Montana on November 29, 1994.

Fact 2.
The time of the homicide occurred between 3:00 p.m. and 6 p.m.

Fact 3.
Her body was discovered by her older son John, at 6:00 p.m.  He dialed 911 at 6:01 p.m.

Fact 4.
The perpetrator was male, at least 5 feet 11 inches tall.

Fact 5.
There is a full DNA profile of an unknown male contributor.

Fact 6.
Police believe she knew the person.

Fact 7.
There was no sign of forced entry.

Fact 8.
This was not a random crime, but rather a crime of rage in which the attacker displayed a lot of anger.

Fact 9.
The killer was probably covered in blood when he left the 1028 California residence.

Fact 10.
Police believe there are eyewitnesses that need to come forward.

Fact 11.
Only one weapon was used.

Fact 12.
Police are also asking for descriptions of vehicles in the area during that time.

Fact 13.
Police believe the perpetrator is still in the area.


If I had only known
I’d never hear your voice again
You were the treasure in my hand
You were the one who always stood beside me
So unaware I foolishly believed
That you would always be there
But then there came a day
And I turned my head and you slipped away
Excerpt from If I Had Only Known
Performed by Reba McIntyre
Words and Music by Jane Stanfield and Craig Morris
Played at Julianne Stallman’s Funeral via request by Jennifer MacPhee


In 1995 I made poster signs of my mom, stood out in front of the busy intersection, holding them in my hands, high up in the air, for three hot afternoons in a row.
In 2005, I joined the Citizens Against Homicide, a national support group based in California.  In March 2005, they published an article I wrote about my mom in their monthly newsletter.
In November 29, 2006, we held a candlelight vigil for my mother in Butte, Montana.  We wore T-shirts with Mom’s photograph with the words “Have You Forgotten?  We Haven’t.”
       Ever year for the past twenty-one years, I contact the police to make sure they do not forget, and to relay to police every possible rumor, whisper I have heard.  I will leave no stone unturned.
I will never let go!

Photo Description and Copyright Info.

Photo 1.
Newspaper Clipping of Stallman's murder.

Photo 2.
Mother and Daughter.  Jennifer MacPhee and Julianne Stallman in 1975.  Copyright by Jennifer MacPhee. 

Photo 3.
Reba McIntyre from "If I Had Only Known" music video
Fair Use Under the United States Copyright Law

Photo 4.
Jennifer MacPhee.  Copyright by Jennifer MacPhee. 

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