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  1. #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by 007mom View Post
    I recall the exact interview you're referring to. Like you, I've always wondered what they found that day. The only thing they would say about it was that it wasn't something that should've been in that pond. And because Anita made that comment, I can't help but assume that she believed the item was linked to Tara. Is that the impression you got?

    As far as the dog handler's comment about finding evidence in the house that he turned over to LE, I've always thought that was something separate from what was found in the pond. That's a good question though. Maybe Dr. G. can at least clear up whether they found two separate items, possibly more, at the Snapdragon house and pond.


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    I double checked episode 6 of the podcast where Payne added more of the interview with Jim Hanley the cadaver dog handler.

    Hanley did speak fairly narrowly to the fire and that GBI and FBI had the evidence that he was not allowed to discuss; evidence that he gave them. It sure makes it sound like there could have been items from that house and the pond.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious42 View Post
    I double checked episode 6 of the podcast where Payne added more of the interview with Jim Hanley the cadaver dog handler.

    Hanley did speak fairly narrowly to the fire and that GBI and FBI had the evidence that he was not allowed to discuss; evidence that he gave them. It sure makes it sound like there could have been items from that house and the pond.
    Agree 100%.


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    This woman's blog has interesting comments and pictures about the searches taking place at the fire house.

    Jim Hanley was called in for cadaver dog search in december, the same time she travelled in to help. They combed the house and farm and the pond. She mentions gators being a big nuisance for the pond search.

    There were a couple of other stories she had on her blog. One was about a student of Tara's who started down a path to become a search dog handler.


    http://findcarrie.conforums.com/inde...num=1135487500

    http://findcarrie.blogspot.com/2005/...stead.html?m=1

    http://findcarrie.blogspot.com/2006/...se-in.html?m=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by curious42 View Post
    This woman's blog has interesting comments and pictures about the searches taking place at the fire house.

    Jim Hanley was called in for cadaver dog search in december, the same time she travelled in to help. They combed the house and farm and the pond. She mentions gators being a big nuisance for the pond search.

    There were a couple of other stories she had on her blog. One was about a student of Tara's who started down a path to become a search dog handler.


    http://findcarrie.conforums.com/inde...num=1135487500

    http://findcarrie.blogspot.com/2005/...stead.html?m=1

    http://findcarrie.blogspot.com/2006/...se-in.html?m=1
    Thanks! I'm gonna check those out tonight.


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    I love Tim Miller, such a great man. He continues to make his daughter proud. A prime example of someone turning tragedy into triumph. I've been following him for years, thanks to Nancy Grace. Your links include him in the search for Tara. He's the best!


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    Quote Originally Posted by pursual View Post
    This link is broken?? Anyone have the report?

    Would love to see that report.

    Also, does anyone know how far down they dug when doing the grids? A police officer I know, not related to this case, said they should go back and dig 3-4 feet down. Especially where the cadaver dogs got their hits. Looking for possible bone fragments, etc....
    “It is not really difficult to construct a series of inferences, each dependent upon its predecessor and each simple in itself. After doing so, one may produce a startling effect.” – The Adventure of the Dancing Men

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