Car of Missing Sunapee Man Found at Quechee Gorge -
Quechee —http://www.vnews.com/news/townbytown...-quechee-gorgePolice are searching for a 42-year-old Sunapee man whose car was found at the Quechee Gorge this weekend. Michael Hayward was last seen on Friday afternoon in the Enfield area, according to a missing person flyer from his family.
If you go missing my friend, I will be the first one to hunt you down!
Don't murder in Kentucky! My thread here.
A proud happy people, we were here long before the white man came. Stalking along meadow paths, we were used to hunting every day. The rivers gave us fish, The woods even gave us deer and other wild game. Here upon this land, we built our homes, and raised our families. Love was free and natural, as we moved swiftly among the trees. This was a country, It was here that we lived for centuries. Oh I want peace with my soul again. Oh I, I want peace with my soul again. Everyday was new love,. Our village was filled with smiling faces.
All credit from the quote above, goes to Tom Bee, and XIT! The first Rock Native American band.
Thank you Tom!!
Not liking the sound of this
Richard Castle " There are two kinds of folks who sit around thinking about how to kill people: psychopaths and mystery writers. I'm the kind that pays better."
This doesn't sound good. Any facebook pages?
Police Searching For Missing New Hampshire Man Near Quechee Gorge
I changed my avatar.
Seems to be a family man ( Supposedly going to be an investment banker at Goldman Sachs in 18 months......
Nick Steward comes to mind (
"Be the kind of woman, that when your feet hit the floor each morning, the Devil says "Oh crap. She's up."
Nothing new to report except for this sad snippet from the link below:
"Deputy Chief of Police Brad Vail said Hayward’s actions and demeanor in the days preceding his disappearance raise the possibility that a suicide was involved. Police did not discover a suicide note, he said."
Sometimes, the trail is cold to begin with.
Michael Hayward Jr., 42, of Hartford was last seen in Enfield, N.H., on Feb. 7.
Police were told that Hayward may have been experiencing a crisis and could be confused.
RIP, Mr Hayward.