It is like a flashback says, Clifford Hanks, as he nervously lifts up a piece of crime tape more than a decade old.
Hanks adds, "It was eerie."
On May 23rd, 2001, Hanks watched from his front porch as Debra Jordan, 40, was wheeled away in a body bag.
He had just one question on his mind then, and it remains on his mind today.
Who wanted Jordan dead?
Hanks adds, "You'll hear shots every now and then down the road out in this area. It's so secluded back that way."
Seclusion; that may be what drew a cold-blooded killer to 3800 Youngstown Road.
Justin Kilgore, an investigator with the Chattanooga Police Department, says, "That morning a school bus driver was on his route picking up kids, when he noticed a body laying in the ditch."
So, the driver pulled over and noticed a woman in a blood soaked t-shirt, jean shorts, and fanny pack.
Police say she was riddled with bullets and thrown in a ditch.
Kilgore adds, "It appeared to them that she was not shot where she was found."
Now, police say if we re-trace Jordan's steps on the last day of her life, they would bring us to Dodds Avenue, where Jordan was in the process of moving out of her boyfriend's apartment.
Kilgore adds, "Obviously it was bad enough that Debra told people that she was moving out of the apartment that day, and the next morning she was found dead."
But could it be a coincidence?
Investigators say her boyfriend was questioned, but he was never a definite suspect.
And police say Jordan, who walked the streets, was afraid of another man.
Kilgore adds, "I did recently talk to somebody that came forward to talk specifically about this case, and they basically told me that Debra, along with some other females in the area, were afraid of a specific male that was in the East Lake area at the time."
That man, police say, was possibly a security officer.
So, could he be the killer?
Well, police are not yet convinced, they need more people to come forward.
Kilgore says, "There is some potential DNA evidence found with Debra, and there's potential a DNA profile could solve this crime."
Even after all this time, DNA can be tested, but police say they first need to know more about Jordan's friends and who she may have been afraid of.
If that happens, police say, these headlines and headaches would not have to go hand in hand any longer.
Early reports say Jordan was a mother of four.
If you have any tips on this case, you are asked to call Chattanooga Police immediately.