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Ricky Dale Simonds Made A Big Stink

June 9, 2008 at 3:46 pm by  

and Jamie Fraley is still missing.

Ricky Dale Simonds, Sr. on The Dreamin' DemonJamie Fraley on The Dreamin' Demon

Gastonia, NC – Kim Sprenger’s car smelled funny all weekend. She first noticed it on Saturday night, but the smell was worse on Sunday when she drove some women to church. By 6:00 Sunday evening, Sprenger started scouring her car for the source of the stench. When she opened the trunk of her 2007 Ford Taurus, she found it. Her ex-boyfriend, Ricky Dale Simonds Sr., was inside her trunk. And he was ripe with the miasma of decomposition.

Sprenger did what any normal woman would do on finding a dead ex-boyfriend in her car trunk: she freaked. Then she called police. Sure enough, the body belonged to the 49 year old Simonds, who also used the last name Simmonds and Simmons. Kim Sprenger had taken out a restraining order a week earlier against him after she believed he had broken into her car. Looks like he broke into it again – and either wouldn’t get out, or couldn’t.

But the story gets weirder. See, Jamie Fraley has been missing since April 8. And Jamie Fraley’s boyfriend is Ricky Dale Simonds, Jr., the son of the dead guy in the car trunk. Jamie had been living in a Gastonia apartment complex – the same apartment complex where the elder Simonds and Kim Sprenger had been living before their breakup.

And Simonds, Sr. was no stranger to violence. In 1986, he was convicted of manslaughter after he strangled his girlfriend. Since his 1992 parole, his rap sheet has been less violent, but in April and May, Gastonia police alerted Kim Sprenger that the elder Simonds was watching her. She herself reported stalking behavior, hence the recent restraining order.

Jamie Fraley’s disappearance was just weird. She had the stomach flu and had been to the hospital twice already on the April evening she went missing. She was trying to get a third ride to the ER, but her boyfriend, Ricky Dale Simonds Jr., said she never showed up. Her purse, keys and ID were found in her locked apartment, and her cell phone was found on the side of a local road two days later. No sign of Jamie has been found.

Jamie Fraley has a lot of Myspace pages: here, here, here and here. Two of them use the name “Jamie Simonds”.  She is white, tiny at 4’8″ and just 90 pounds, with blond shoulder-length hair and brown eyes. And she’s a true crime buff – one of her Myspaces is a tribute to JonBenet Ramsey. Another Myspace page is dedicated to missing persons, especially Samantha Rae Mendez from Gastonia, who has been missing since 2005.

So what happened to Jamie Fraley? Is it possible that Ricky Dale Simonds, Sr. held the answer? My gut says yes. Maybe he was an idiot who got too hot while stalking Kim Sprenger and couldn’t unlock the safety latch in her trunk. Maybe he was suicidal and wanted to frame Kim Sprenger for his death. Or maybe he didn’t get into the car trunk by himself after all. Did he know something about Jamie Fraley? Did he do something to Jamie Fraley?

It’s gonna be very interesting to see how this plays out. And while I hope very much that Jamie is alive, eight weeks is a long time to be missing without a trace. Nothing in her Myspaces, one of which was accessed the day she disappeared, indicates a problem. No trace since April 8? That doesn’t look good. And now one guy who might have some answers is dead.

Jamie’s mother says, “I feel like she’s still out there and I’m going to believe that until someone shows me otherwise.” I hope for her sake and Jamie’s that she’s right.

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  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Thanks for posting this, Imp.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Thanks for posting this, Imp.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Thanks for posting this, Imp.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Thanks for posting this, Imp.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Thanks for posting this, Imp.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    As for Mr Simmons/Simmonds/Simonds he was obviously a piece of work. I look forward to hearing the results of the pathologist’s on him.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    As for Mr Simmons/Simmonds/Simonds he was obviously a piece of work. I look forward to hearing the results of the pathologist’s on him.

  • http://dreamindemon.com/ impqueen

    Nah, Morbid, thank you and Mom of 4 for giving me the clue. This case is so twisty and turny I’m interested to see what happens next. Finding Jamie alive would be great, but I’m not sure that will happen.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    As for Mr Simmons/Simmonds/Simonds he was obviously a piece of work. I look forward to hearing the results of the pathologist’s on him.

  • http://dreamindemon.com/ impqueen

    Nah, Morbid, thank you and Mom of 4 for giving me the clue. This case is so twisty and turny I’m interested to see what happens next. Finding Jamie alive would be great, but I’m not sure that will happen.

  • http://dreamindemon.com/ impqueen

    Nah, Morbid, thank you and Mom of 4 for giving me the clue. This case is so twisty and turny I’m interested to see what happens next. Finding Jamie alive would be great, but I’m not sure that will happen.

  • http://dreamindemon.com/ impqueen

    Nah, Morbid, thank you and Mom of 4 for giving me the clue. This case is so twisty and turny I’m interested to see what happens next. Finding Jamie alive would be great, but I’m not sure that will happen.

  • Anonymous

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    As for Mr Simmons/Simmonds/Simonds he was obviously a piece of work. I look forward to hearing the results of the pathologist’s on him.

  • Abroad

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    As for Mr Simmons/Simmonds/Simonds he was obviously a piece of work. I look forward to hearing the results of the pathologist’s on him.

  • http://dreamindemon.com impqueen

    Nah, Morbid, thank you and Mom of 4 for giving me the clue. This case is so twisty and turny I’m interested to see what happens next. Finding Jamie alive would be great, but I’m not sure that will happen.

  • http://dreamindemon.com/ impqueen

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    I kinda wondered that too, but then i figured well, she’s 4’8″ and 90 lbs, she might not have a lot of reserves if she was getting really dehydrated. But she never made it the third time, so I don’t know if she was really planning to go.

  • http://dreamindemon.com/ impqueen

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    I kinda wondered that too, but then i figured well, she’s 4’8″ and 90 lbs, she might not have a lot of reserves if she was getting really dehydrated. But she never made it the third time, so I don’t know if she was really planning to go.

  • http://dreamindemon.com/ impqueen

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    I kinda wondered that too, but then i figured well, she’s 4’8″ and 90 lbs, she might not have a lot of reserves if she was getting really dehydrated. But she never made it the third time, so I don’t know if she was really planning to go.

  • http://dreamindemon.com/ impqueen

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    I kinda wondered that too, but then i figured well, she’s 4’8″ and 90 lbs, she might not have a lot of reserves if she was getting really dehydrated. But she never made it the third time, so I don’t know if she was really planning to go.

  • http://dreamindemon.com/ impqueen

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    I kinda wondered that too, but then i figured well, she’s 4’8″ and 90 lbs, she might not have a lot of reserves if she was getting really dehydrated. But she never made it the third time, so I don’t know if she was really planning to go.

  • http://dreamindemon.com impqueen

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    I kinda wondered that too, but then i figured well, she’s 4’8″ and 90 lbs, she might not have a lot of reserves if she was getting really dehydrated. But she never made it the third time, so I don’t know if she was really planning to go.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    She was probably getting worse, or felt like she was getting worse. I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    She was probably getting worse, or felt like she was getting worse. I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    She was probably getting worse, or felt like she was getting worse. I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    She was probably getting worse, or felt like she was getting worse. I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    Sorry for going OT so soon, but who goes to the hospital with stomach flu? Three times?

    She was probably getting worse, or felt like she was getting worse. I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

  • Abroad

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • Anonymous

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • Anonymous

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • Anonymous

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • Anonymous

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • Anonymous

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • Anonymous

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • Anonymous

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • Anonymous

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • Anonymous

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • Anonymous

    I am betting she didn’t have insurance, so she was simply doing what a lot of people do in that situation, and using the ER as her doctor.

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

  • WryBread

    Sprenger did what any normal woman would do on finding a dead ex-boyfriend in her car trunk: she freaked..

    I don’t know, Imp, some women might celebrate. Depends on the ex-boyfriend.

    Many, many cases of stomach flu are actually food poisoning from eating spoiled food.

    Which is worse — finding the dead bf or having to realize that he’d been with you all weekend while decaying in your car?

    This is a strange story. I wonder how the son must feel — girlfriend missing and Dad dead in weird way. That’s very, very hard.

  • WryBread

    Sprenger did what any normal woman would do on finding a dead ex-boyfriend in her car trunk: she freaked..

    I don’t know, Imp, some women might celebrate. Depends on the ex-boyfriend.

    Many, many cases of stomach flu are actually food poisoning from eating spoiled food.

    Which is worse — finding the dead bf or having to realize that he’d been with you all weekend while decaying in your car?

    This is a strange story. I wonder how the son must feel — girlfriend missing and Dad dead in weird way. That’s very, very hard.

  • WryBread

    Sprenger did what any normal woman would do on finding a dead ex-boyfriend in her car trunk: she freaked..

    I don’t know, Imp, some women might celebrate. Depends on the ex-boyfriend.

    Many, many cases of stomach flu are actually food poisoning from eating spoiled food.

    Which is worse — finding the dead bf or having to realize that he’d been with you all weekend while decaying in your car?

    This is a strange story. I wonder how the son must feel — girlfriend missing and Dad dead in weird way. That’s very, very hard.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • http://www.dreamindemon.com Morbid

    You’ll forgive me if I say that makes little economical sense for the community. Now that you have explained it to me, I am sure it makes ample sense for the individual.

    Well, when an individual is sick and needs health care, I don’t think the community’s best interest is in the forefront of their thoughts. It sure wouldn’t be in mine. :)

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • Luci

    would you like your meat well done ma’am? kthx! one way to get rid of a stalker! kick his nosey ass into the trunk when he isn’t looking *shrug*

  • WryBread

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Wow. I know that one way to get attention when you’ve been kidnapped and are being held in the trunk of a car is to kick out the tail light. A foot sticking out of a tail light tends to get attention.

    But I wonder what went on with this guy? Drunk and passed out? Struggled and was unable to get out? I wonder what gave him the idea of getting into the car trunk in the first place.

    I am stymied by this one.

  • WryBread

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Wow. I know that one way to get attention when you’ve been kidnapped and are being held in the trunk of a car is to kick out the tail light. A foot sticking out of a tail light tends to get attention.

    But I wonder what went on with this guy? Drunk and passed out? Struggled and was unable to get out? I wonder what gave him the idea of getting into the car trunk in the first place.

    I am stymied by this one.

  • WryBread

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Wow. I know that one way to get attention when you’ve been kidnapped and are being held in the trunk of a car is to kick out the tail light. A foot sticking out of a tail light tends to get attention.

    But I wonder what went on with this guy? Drunk and passed out? Struggled and was unable to get out? I wonder what gave him the idea of getting into the car trunk in the first place.

    I am stymied by this one.

  • Anonymous

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Sure sounds like he brought it on himself……

  • Anonymous

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Sure sounds like he brought it on himself……

  • Anonymous

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Sure sounds like he brought it on himself……

  • Anonymous

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Sure sounds like he brought it on himself……

  • Anonymous

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Sure sounds like he brought it on himself……

  • Anonymous

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Sure sounds like he brought it on himself……

  • Anonymous

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Sure sounds like he brought it on himself……

  • Anonymous

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Sure sounds like he brought it on himself……

  • Anonymous

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Sure sounds like he brought it on himself……

  • Abroad

    BTW, the man died from heat exposure and had a key to her car in his pocket. If anyone ever wished this man a horrible death, someone granted it.

    Sure sounds like he brought it on himself……

  • Yobsetom28

    Doesn’t it seem even weirder that since he killed his ex in the 80′s and the police knew he was stalking someone…. shouldn’t that have seen the warning? When are the police going to stop worring about people speeding and not really doing anything at all and when the real stuff is happening …. they ignore it. if you’ve kept up with the news around here… they were a few women missing round the same time. If they were really interested in protecting people… seems they could’ve did more and perhaps could’ve saved a few lives. shame shame.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/VS5JQW3666IRRMLY635MBPRURA glamour kitty

    Wow, the ex-girlfriend certainly dodged a bullet there.  He had a history of killing girlfriends.  She was lucky, I doubt he was in the trunk for fun.