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    Quote Originally Posted by richieswan View Post
    The problem with the Yowie theory is that:
    1) they are nocturnal so wouldn't be roaming the yard in the day
    2) they rarely hunt in the same area for more than a few months due to limited food to sustain such a large animal, so those sighted in 2010 have probably lived on
    3) they don't exist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by richieswan View Post
    The problem with the Yowie theory is that:
    1) they are nocturnal so wouldn't be roaming the yard in the day
    2) they rarely hunt in the same area for more than a few months due to limited food to sustain such a large animal, so those sighted in 2010 have probably lived on
    3) they don't exist.
    Trouble for me with point 3 is, I have seen a few things over the years that are not supposed to exist. For people who are into yowie hunting, the Taree area is a hotspot apparently. MOO

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    NSW Police’s Sex Crimes Squad and the Child Abuse Squads will merge to form the state’s largest investigative unit, with 280 detectives in a new-look State Crime Command....

    NSW Police have unveiled a new structure of eight specialist detective units, down from 11, with three existing squads scrapped but creating the first stand-alone Cyber Crime unit.

    “The changes are designed to move the force forward and also address the changing nature of crime, especially the growth of silent crimes such as child abuse and cyber-fraud,’’ Deputy Commissioner Dave Hudson said.

    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/new...fc4ed3740bd929
    NEW SUPER SQUADS NAMED IN POLICE SHAKE-UP OF DETECTIVE UNITS

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    Am I in the right forum? Where's the alfoil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wexford View Post
    Am I in the right forum? Where's the alfoil?
    I'm using it *adjusts tinfoil hat to jaunty angle*
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    Quote Originally Posted by frogwell View Post
    Trouble for me with point 3 is, I have seen a few things over the years that are not supposed to exist. For people who are into yowie hunting, the Taree area is a hotspot apparently. MOO
    I have seen a few things too, froggy, but none so frightening as the results of what human beings can do to one another.

    i have no opinion on the existence of yowies or other cryptozoological creatures as I've never seen one but as far as William's disappearance goes, I think it was the result of human rather than non-human intervention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frogwell View Post
    Trouble for me with point 3 is, I have seen a few things over the years that are not supposed to exist. For people who are into yowie hunting, the Taree area is a hotspot apparently. MOO
    I agree with Frogwell here. That is not to say I am for a moment stating that the wee lamb was taken by such a creature as a Yowie, not at all, but that I, too, have seen things that are not supposed to exist, therefore I try to keep an open mind. Do Yowies exist? I have no clue. Do I think that one took William? No. I think that as time passes and the O.I.C. and his team continue with their excellent work the general public, like myself, who have no true understanding of what is really going on behind the scenes, consider all manner of things, it is simply human nature. Even although we may not agree on some of the matters pertaining to this case, it is my belief that we all have the same goal. And that is finding William and bringing him home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richieswan View Post
    The problem with the Yowie theory is that:
    1) they are nocturnal so wouldn't be roaming the yard in the day
    2) they rarely hunt in the same area for more than a few months due to limited food to sustain such a large animal, so those sighted in 2010 have probably lived on
    3) they don't exist.


    .............This is supposed to be a Yowie
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    I don't know about real life yowies but these look good, lol.
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    Yowies Are Making Their Way Back
    After mysteriously disappearing from Australian shelves over a decade ago, leaving children desperate and heartbroken, Australia’s favourite environmentally conscious chocolate characters, Yowies, are coming back.
    Read more at http://www.craveonline.com.au/site/7...e8X2UPKOcgj.99
    *FREE LEONARD PELTIER*
    Justice for an innocent man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    'The tree “graffiti” was discounted by NSW Police as a clue to the whereabouts or motive for the abduction of William.'

    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/par...f1b9388c149a06

    'Police have ruled out links between a bizarre grafitti message and the disappearance of toddler William Tyrrell.'

    http://www.nbnnews.com.au/2016/02/08...rell-graffiti/
    Yes I read that as well. I wonder how or why they discounted it. Just sends a discomforting feeling that something about that graffiti is a message.


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    Hope remains for William Tyrrell three years after his disappearance
    Aaron Langmaid, Herald Sun
    26 minutes ago (as of 19:43 AEST 15 September 2017)

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/vic...aa4ec9208187af

    'Despite the work of the largest assembled team of investigators in the country, police are still relying on fresh leads.

    Speaking at a press conference marking the anniversary this week, Detective Chief Inspector Gary Jubelin showed his frustration.'

    '“We are not interested in information from clairvoyants or people who have dreams,’’ he said.

    “Please don’t waste our time.

    “(We) don’t want to get bogged down with pieces of information that are not relevant.

    “It’s three years down the track. “Let’s be realistic.’’

    The hunt to find William, once driven by fear and adrenaline, has now become a much slower game of numbers.

    Today, 1099 days since he vanished, police have identified 700 persons of interest. There have been 4000 pieces of evidence, yet not a single trace of the toddler.

    The tragic search for Queenslander Daniel Morcombe dragged on for more than eight years before its biggest breakthrough.'

    'But unlike the meticulous detective work to corner Morcombe’s killer — a string of leads pieced together and a final gamble for his confession — investigators in the William case say, at least publicly, they still lack anything concrete.

    They now play on human emotion. Somebody knows. And they hope the weight of guilt might lead to answers.

    “What we are interested in is people who have genuine information,’’ Insp. Jubelin said. “That information might be in the form of someone who has concerns about somebody they know, someone within their family, the way they react when William Tyrrell’s name is mentioned might cause suspicion.’’

    In a week when the advertising campaign to find William was significantly ramped up, Det-Insp Jubelin said they would never give up.

    “We are very mindful of the public’s interest in this matter and we are very mindful of the public’s expectation that a crime of this nature should be solved.’’'

    'WILLIAM was taken. He didn’t wander into the nearby state park. He didn’t fall into a gully or slip below the surface of a dam.

    Police are adamant of that.'

    'Investigators said this week Mr Spedding remained part of the inquiry but that he “had moved way down the priority list’’.'

    'His [William's] parents have learned not to read online comments about their son’s case.

    Despite police ruling out any involvement from both families, keyboard warriors are quick to cast assumption.

    “The online criticism is savage and really unfair and they don’t need that in their life,’’ Ms [Hetty] Johnston* said. “Any child would be lucky to be with these incredible beautiful parents."

    “They just want to know where William is. That’s all.’’

    That William was in foster care when he disappeared — a fact that wasn’t initially made clear — has only served to compound the situation.

    Just this week, Brendan Collins and Karlie Tyrrell were publicly identified as his biological parents for the first time after a Supreme Court order ruled details of William’s complicated family history could be published.

    Collins has only recently been released from prison on drugs charges. The pair have also been ruled out of the investigation.'

    'THE advertising campaign to find William Tyrrell is almost unprecedented in its volume.

    Hundreds of thousands of dollars have been donated to keep its momentum.

    This week 774 Where’s William? panels were displayed in retail outlets across the country. The live ads featured in cafes and offices across 139 locations.

    Digital portrait panels also ran in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide airports targeting passengers as they disembark.

    Television and social media advertising reminded viewers of the $1 million reward.'

    [*Note: Ms Johnston is the founder of Bravehearts.]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bohemian View Post
    Hope remains for William Tyrrell three years after his disappearance
    Aaron Langmaid, Herald Sun
    26 minutes ago (as of 19:43 AEST 15 September 2017)

    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/vic...aa4ec9208187af
    RSBM

    Nice words from Hetty Johnston. She is an amazing and compassionate person.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frogwell View Post
    Trouble for me with point 3 is, I have seen a few things over the years that are not supposed to exist. For people who are into yowie hunting, the Taree area is a hotspot apparently. MOO
    Is that near Tatooine?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saxons View Post
    I thought the graffiti on the tree was curious. "WILLIAM DAD" makes no sense. Although I do realize that perhaps graffiti isn't subject to a spelling or grammar test.
    Have a look at the "A" in "WILLIAM" and the "A" in "DAD". They are completely different. What if DAD is meant to be something else?
    http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/par...f1b9388c149a06
    Attachment 123147
    Very good point there Saxon and do you see an outline of a house as a child would draw it enclosing the two words?

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    Something a bit interesting. His Honour Brereton decided to use Julian as William's name in the recent case that permitted publication of certain details. I decided to wiki the name Julian. Julian as in the Roman emperor his death date was 26 June which just happened to be William's date of birth.

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