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Old 12-07-2010, 04:09 PM
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Old 12-07-2010, 04:13 PM
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Old 12-07-2010, 04:26 PM
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Okay, so. Where are they, what happened to them? New call for theories.
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Old 12-07-2010, 04:28 PM
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Maybe MTrooper could clear up the condition of the house in the TV show?She was there for the filming.The place sure did look fresh cleaned.If it wasn"t cleaned for the show it might indicate a voluntary disappearance as they would know that sooner or later it would be searched for clues.Does that make any sense?
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Old 12-07-2010, 04:38 PM
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Maybe MTrooper could clear up the condition of the house in the TV show?She was there for the filming.The place sure did look fresh cleaned.If it wasn"t cleaned for the show it might indicate a voluntary disappearance as they would know that sooner or later it would be searched for clues.Does that make any sense?
Here's mtrooper on the state of the house when first observered by her:

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I also wanted to mention that the WHOLE house was trashed, not just the bedroom. But this was the typical condition of the house. Clothes all over the floor, etc.
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Old 12-07-2010, 04:54 PM
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I cant give a new theory I dont trust anyone. I wish someone knew the church couples name, those people knew where they were going I cant just let go of that. The roomate is a suspect . The guy on the mountain.

What if they all know eachother? I think the names should have been released to help bring in tips. Bobby's hobbys would be nice to know.

Sherilyn likes thifts stores. When bobby was leaving Sherilyn home alone with the roomate where was he going? He didnt work. but the way it sounded was she was left alone with the roomate often and Bobby didnt work so why did he leave her alone with the roomate if he didnt have to or she could have gone? (I know people do things by themself ) It just struck me odd.

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Old 12-07-2010, 05:09 PM
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I think like, soul.

#1. Handyman, roommate

#2. Church People

#3. Guy on mountain.
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Old 12-07-2010, 05:25 PM
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What are the legal aspects of posting someones name on the internet? I don't just mean here at WS.
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Old 12-07-2010, 05:27 PM
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If it were the handyman, he would have been familiar enough with the couple's odd habits, and not leave the truck without searching it, first.

The lack of the offer of a reward might indicate that information produced by such a reward could lead to inconvenient questions arising.

I don't think the truck would have been left where it was if the person(s) on the mountain were responsible.

I don't think the pastor was giving false or distorted information to journalists; he merely described the situation as he saw it.
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Old 12-07-2010, 05:29 PM
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What are the legal aspects of posting someones name on the internet? I don't just mean here at WS.
If it's potentially libelous, it is to be avoided.

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I think it was all of them. They teamed up and split the money to puchase a large amount of meth making supples and cook it up in a container. The church was new in their lifes and so was the couple and the roomate and their missing statues.

Who leaves a lake side home for nothingness on a mountian?? He had a boat. They may have wanted land but it wasnt so Sherilyn could move into the woods.

Today I am thinking the whole idea that I am susposed to believe that they actualy wanted to leave the lakeside house for a container house is absurd. People retire by lakes. It is the "dream" Bobby was disabled and hurt everyday. He needed help at his place much less a move like that.

Another thing the neighbor said he was asking about stuff he should have already known about. I forgot what specificly but the whole convesation part they susposedly had was not one someone with a container already would be asking IMO

(tomorrow this might not seems as crazy to me as it does today)
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Old 12-07-2010, 05:55 PM
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I think it was all of them. They teamed up and split the money to puchase a large amount of meth making supples and cook it up in a container. The church was new in their lifes and so was the couple and the roomate and their missing statues.

Who leaves a lake side home for nothingness on a mountian?? He had a boat. They may have wanted land but it wasnt so Sherilyn could move into the woods.

Today I am thinking the whole idea that I am susposed to believe that they actualy wanted to leave the lakeside house for a container house is absurd. People retire by lakes. It is the "dream" Bobby was disabled and hurt everyday. He needed help at his place much less a move like that.

Another thing the neighbor said he was asking about stuff he should have already known about. I forgot what specificly but the whole convesation part they susposedly had was not one someone with a container already would be asking IMO

(tomorrow this might not seems as crazy to me as it does today)
Very, very frustrating, huh!
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Old 12-07-2010, 08:13 PM
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Ok, no word back on my unanswered questions.

Yes the house was cleaned by Star before the camera crews arrived. She had already given away most of Madysons clothing, which I find weird. Didn't give away Bobby or Sherilyns stuff, but Madysons. I guess the lady that helped her clean the house took a bunch of the clothes (maybe she has a girl her age?)

Yes Bobby had a boat, and had just put in a dock, and shall I say a VERY EXPENSIVE one at that.

I can not begin to make sense why they wanted to move to the sticks. They were both very much into TV, Internet, telephone....Electricity for that matter. I am not sure how Sherilyn would have ever agreed to that. I understand them wanting to get away from it all after the threats from Bob Sr., the childs protective services complaint, etc. I am still very confused about the whole having money problems. I wish Oriah could get us the date off the SS check. The best I can figure is they were having $$ problems while they were waiting for the back pay to come in. But it is not like they had cut back to try to conserve money. They had 2 cars and a truck, and a multitude of other things that could have been sold if they were hard up. They had the time shares, had been on vacations. The had multiple bank accounts, Sherilyn shuffled $$ around, and at one time took Bobbys name off of one of the accounts.

I think they didn't release the other names because they are not suspects. The neighbor had his slabs professionally poured a month before the Jamisons even knew that the property was listed.

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The uncle.
The Boarder
The Ex
and The church people.
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Old 12-07-2010, 08:42 PM
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Old 12-07-2010, 08:46 PM
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Old 12-07-2010, 09:02 PM
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Old 12-07-2010, 09:49 PM
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This case is not only frustrating, but fascinating.

The reality of a family disappearing, is hard to fathom.

I know when the case first broke, I learned toward them being
lost somewhere on the mountain, but as time passed, and no sign
of them was ever found, I thought,
someone made them disappear.

In this case, there are lots of odd circumstances and plenty of possible
people who might be, could be, possibily be, a suspect.

Boiled down, was it done for money? for revenge? for hate or love?
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Old 12-07-2010, 10:19 PM
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No reward, getting rid of Madyson's clothes? My, my, my does make a person wonder. I hadn't thought about the first, but the second, I find entirely shocking!
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Old 12-07-2010, 10:30 PM
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Can someone plz remind me of what happened to the uncle (Bobby's brother, right?); a brief synopsis? Also, his current "status" and whereabouts...TIA.
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Old 12-07-2010, 10:33 PM
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This case is not only frustrating, but fascinating.

The reality of a family disappearing, is hard to fathom.

I know when the case first broke, I learned toward them being
lost somewhere on the mountain, but as time passed, and no sign
of them was ever found, I thought,
someone made them disappear.

In this case, there are lots of odd circumstances and plenty of possible
people who might be, could be, possibily be, a suspect.

Boiled down, was it done for money? for revenge? for hate or love?
Dream, money, revenge, and hate look good to me.

I think this was a paid for hit. I'm just not sure who ordered it, and who all was complicit. I also think there are those within Lattimore Co. who were paid to look the other way. You know, see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil. Hush, hush.

Could the Jamisons have been making a delivery on the mountain? Was looking for land a cover? I'm going by what you all saw on the video, the Jamisons carrying boxes. Were the Jamisons mules????? A family is pretty near a perfect cover for drug running. No risk to those higher up, especially if the runners are taken out after they've made a big delivery. Interrupts the supply chain trail, makes it harder to trace the drugs back to the cartel.

Link is a map showing how drugs move into Oklahoma, and where there has been known cartel activity. Wish it named the specific locations instead of marking locations with big blue dots.

http://webcache.googleusercontent.co...&ct=clnk&gl=us

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Mtrooper, did Bobby or Sherilyn make any calls when they returned from the mountain the first night?
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Old 12-07-2010, 10:51 PM
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I am not 100% sure. I know on the video there was a boat parked by the storage unit. But I am not sure if this is his only boat. Even in the video from the surveillance they show the boat in the driveway.

I went back and looked at the video again (nice catch on the tshirt change), and I think they are both Bobby but it is kinda hard to tell. There is about a 4 minute lapse from when you see the white shirt go in and the dark shirt come out. I wish I had the whole video. Did also show Madyson in the pink tshirt. I watched it like 15 times in slow mo. Now that its public, it would be nice if they released the whole thing!

I am still not getting how the bloodhounds were most interested in the plateau area when there was a picture of Madyson taken 100 yds north of the plateau. Makes me wonder what they scented the dogs with. I know he said it was from something out of the truck, but what, and which of the Jamisons did it belong to? We already know the SAR reports are less than stellar, but come on here... throw me a bone. Wait, that was a bad pun.

Side note: Was anyone else disturbed by the little girl sitting on her moms lap in the truck? Are there no car seat laws in OK?

And I am not buying the whole there was a third party listening at that conversation. Originally they were supposed to interview Gary Brandon, but he was not returning discovery's phone calls when they were trying to reach him when they were down there. It is one thing to say oh geez they were talking about the inner demons, and a whole different thing when you start shopping for bullets to kill them. My opinion only.

I really do think that Bobby and Sherilyn were good people, I am not trying to make them look bad. I just think they were having some issues at the time. I think by being honest and trying to figure out the real reasons is a better approach then sugar coating. I think when everyone (mainly friends and family) realizes that we are not giving up on finding them even if some of the light that is shined on them is not the most flattering. We all care, drugs or no drugs...demons or saints....rich or poor. No one deserves to go missing, no one deserves to lose a child or a grand child.
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Yeah, there were phone calls. I would have to look to see how many. I don't know about local calls, only long distance and cell phone calls. There were some calls in the day or two prior that I was not able to identify the number, Oriah tried too, but no luck. I was going to post it but was told not to (TOS violation).
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Yeah, there were phone calls. I would have to look to see how many. I don't know about local calls, only long distance and cell phone calls. There were some calls in the day or two prior that I was not able to identify the number, Oriah tried too, but no luck. I was going to post it but was told not to (TOS violation).
Wasn't it three? That's what I'm recalling, one call was to a known recipient, wife's ex, the other 2 no one could figure out.

Now here is something interesting I found out. You can buy a prepaid cell phone with x amount of minutes, and the minutes are only good for 30 days.
This might explain why we could never connect to the phone numbers--they were no longer working numbers. Seems like I remember trying to call the two numbers as well, and not getting anything, not even a msg that the line had been disconnected. Chances are whatever parties owned those numbers briefly, they were likely at least into the 4th. week, and set to expire.

I'm seriously thinking that the Jamisons were mules.

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