The contract found in Scott Kimball's possession, apparently meant for Mary Willis. (Courtesy of Lafayette police)

The contract found in Scott Kimball's possession, apparently meant for Jennifer Marcum's mother, Mary Willis. He used his FBI alias, Joe Scott, although his handler at the bureau introduced him as Joe Snitch. (Courtesy of Lafayette police)

Hoping to find out more from the man who has their daughter’s furniture, Jennifer Marcum’s parents meet with Scott Kimball, whom they know only as ‘Joe Snitch,’ at Broomfield’s North Midway Park.

Joe Snitch tells Bob Marcum and Mary Willis that Jennifer had been murdered, and he knows who did it and where they left her body. He tells Willis that if she’ll let him into her hotel room that night, he can demonstrate how Jennifer was killed.

Broomfield’s North Midway Park, where Jennifer Marcum’s parents met “Joe Snitch.” (Paul Aiken/Camera)

Broomfield’s North Midway Park, where Jennifer Marcum’s parents met “Joe Snitch.” (Paul Aiken/Camera)

Kimball shows up at Willis’ Lakewood hotel room that night, but she refuses to let him in.

Police will later find a contract in Kimball’s possession that’s dated for that night and appears to have been meant for Willis. Using his FBI alias, Joe Scott, the contract asks for permission to bind, gag and have sex with her.

Both parents came away from the bizarre encounters with the certainty that they had just looked into the eyes of their daughter’s killer.

“There were no maybes,” Bob Marcum said.