TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Kelli McCan is one of a few people in Terre Haute who claim to know anything about Anthony Garcia.
"He seemed like he would have been fun to hang out with it. I mean, he was always laughing. It just shows you, you don't know really know someone," McCan said.
She met him at a local dance club. She described him as quiet and to himself, but harmless. McCan said about once a week, the two kept in contact.
"Kind of geeky, pushy, weird, but i mean, he made you laugh. I mean he made me laugh. He wanted to date... but I wasn't interested," McCan said.
She said he didn't have any friends or family in Terre Haute. She didn't notice anything troubling, until after the allegations came forward.
She thought back on a conversation they had. She said Garcia told her he was going home for a weekend in May. She asked where "home" was and he changed the subject.
McCan believes it was that same weekend Roger and Mary Brumback were murdered.
"That thing just keeps playing in my head. If that was back home, did he go and do it that time? It almost makes me feel like i don't know, if I knew what I know now then... I wish I could have done something," McCan said.
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