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Old 07-04-2012, 06:47 PM
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Experience making giblet gravy? (Sorry.) The turkey hunter thing would be under "crime of opportunity," I guess.

Okay, I'll hazard the guess that, if she went missing, there's at least an 80% chance she knew her abductor(s).

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I'll ask again because I don't think I got a reply and hopefully someone will help out with information.

One of the locals in the article mentioned there are 2 other roads (excluding Swan Johnson Road) to the Bobo property. Where do those 2 other roads lead to? Do they lead to a highway? Is Swan Johnson Road the only road that leads to a highway from the Bobo property?
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Old 07-04-2012, 08:55 PM
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That's one of the mysteries surrounding this case. By approximately 8:05 the entire town knew about Holly. Someone posted that perhaps they had an emergency broadcasting system at the school (sorry I don't recall who posted it). Perhaps that is how word got out or friends calling friends or texts. OR the timeline is off.

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I believe it was Oriah who ended up answering about face to face, texting, emailing, & calling. I wanted to say in a small town, that's exactly what happens. You always hear about 7 degrees of separation, but in a small town it is normally only 1 or 2. If you don't directly know the person that something happened to, you are likely to be friends with someone who does.

All it would of taken is one person to put it on Facebook that Holly was missing, or a text to several people, someone(s) at KB's school to text some of his/her friends about "KB just rushed out of school because CB said HB just went in the woods with a man in camo!", that person to FWD it to their friends & 1/2 the town knows in 5 minutes.
^Again, just saying that's how it could of happened. IMO only.
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I was thinking the motive of revenge. I guess it could include grudge, but a motive of revenge for something could be a reason.
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Seemingly the ONLY blood discovered were a few drops in the garage, not pools and puddles as was later expanded by the media. Clint saw the blood in the area where he saw silhouettes kneeling down and assumed at the time it was blood from a turkey that had been shot.
Didn't Clint say to JVM that it was a small puddle?
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Old 07-05-2012, 01:04 AM
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Also...the arrow is a good idea but I don't think she would have been walking into the woods in the normal manner that Clint saw if she had an arrow stuck into some part of her body.
If Holly was shot with an arrow by someone hiding out in the weeds and shooting directly into the open garage, I don't think it was meant to kill her! It would be more to get her attention, IMO. If the timeline is right, there are ten minutes the perp interacted with Holly before taking her into the woods. If he hit her in the arm or leg, there was plenty of time to pull the arrow out. They were sitting on the floor of the garage talking for some reason!

Does anyone remember what words were used to describe the blood? Did someone ever use the term "puddle?"

Something produced blood that was not a large amount. I would lean toward thinking that he probably punched her in the nose or cut her with a knife. But the arrow thing would be a possibility. I'm just thinking of all the things hunter types would do! I think whatever was done was probably done to produce compliance on Holly's part. He must have put her in fear of her life so she would go quietly!
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Old 07-05-2012, 02:54 AM
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Wasn't it said her sister spoke with her that morning and left her gas money?
Holly doesn't have a sister.

Her dad left the gas money and may have spoken to her through the door, I don't remember.

And I think it was her mom who said she spoke with her at about 4 (time could be off) and talked to her about her studying.
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Seemingly the ONLY blood discovered were a few drops in the garage, not pools and puddles as was later expanded by the media. Clint saw the blood in the area where he saw silhouettes kneeling down and assumed at the time it was blood from a turkey that had been shot.
I went back and listened to some early interviews. One thing caught my ear about the blood. Deputy Wilbanks said in his interview that the agent with the TBI had confirmed that there was some blood found "outside the door." I would think that he might have seen this area they were referring to first hand, if he is one of the deputies that showed up the day she was abducted.

Here is the link: http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/t/video/se...woman-13389410

My question: do you think that means that the blood WAS indeed found outside the garage on the gravel rather than inside on a concrete garage floor?

What exactly do you think "outside the door" means? Which door?
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Old 07-05-2012, 05:12 AM
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I believe it was Oriah who ended up answering about face to face, texting, emailing, & calling. I wanted to say in a small town, that's exactly what happens. You always hear about 7 degrees of separation, but in a small town it is normally only 1 or 2. If you don't directly know the person that something happened to, you are likely to be friends with someone who does.

All it would of taken is one person to put it on Facebook that Holly was missing, or a text to several people, someone(s) at KB's school to text some of his/her friends about "KB just rushed out of school because CB said HB just went in the woods with a man in camo!", that person to FWD it to their friends & 1/2 the town knows in 5 minutes.
^Again, just saying that's how it could of happened. IMO only.
I mentioned the same thing in an earlier post as well. This being a small town word getting around quickly. That said, allegedly there were a lot of people on the Bobo property within minutes. 5-10 minutes maybe (??) from when the alarm was raised at Karen's school.

Holly was kidnapped on a Wednesday morning. My question is did those people not have jobs or school to go to? How does one just drop what they're doing at 8 am based on limited details go to someone's home? I could understand a neighbour in the immediate area or family, friends of Holly but there were apparently a 100 people there within minutes. I'm just trying to understand the timeline here. I think it's incredible that all these people knew within minutes. Also interesting to note there were all these other people but we don't know (it was never mentioned in any of the media reports or by family) that Drew was one of them. Also, noteworthy is Mr. Bobo arrived at 8:30. Much later than most of these other folks and he took it upon himself to secure the crime scene (according to the Jackson Sun report).

BTW, chances are the kidnapper could have been amongst them.

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Old 07-05-2012, 05:14 AM
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Where can I post the 2 Jackson Sun links so we can easily refer to them without having to sift through pages and pages?

http://www.jacksonsun.com/article/20...bo-s-abduction

http://www.jacksonsun.com/article/20...nclick_check=1
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You're awesome! Thanks for that info. I looked up CUE and indeed it was back in March when they had a large scale search and rescue for Holly with the help of Central Alabama SAR team. I'm really surprised it didn't make national news or maybe it did but I missed it.

I got the information from Central Alabama SAR homepage.

Central Alabama SAR responds to assist CUE Center



http://www.sarcentral.org/?p=132


It's great to get this kind of information. Now we know dive teams are available if needed. I wonder why they didn't search the water? Maybe they will after the ground searches are exhausted?

Fantastic!
I'm also bumping this up so it doesn't get lost in the posts. At the same time, I'd like to ask if there were ever any searches in water? What bodies of water are located in the area and how near or far from the Bobo home? Walking distance? Driving distance?

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I know you all have been told this before...

We are a victim friendly forum. Unless something changes Clint and his family are victims. Holly is a sister, a daughter, and a friend. You can discuss the family in the context of what we know. We DO NOT bash family and or victims. You all know this so knock it off!

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Old 07-05-2012, 05:53 AM
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Holly was kidnapped on a Wednesday morning. My question is did those people not have jobs or school to go to? How does one just drop what they're doing at 8 am based on limited details go to someone's home? I could understand a neighbour in the immediate area or family, friends of Holly but there were apparently a 100 people there within minutes. I'm just trying to understand the timeline here. I think it's incredible that all these people knew within minutes. Also interesting to note there were all these other people but we don't know (it was never mentioned in any of the media reports or by family) that Drew was one of them. Also, noteworthy is Mr. Bobo arrived at 8:30. Much later than most of these other folks and he took it upon himself to secure the crime scene (according to the Jackson Sun report).

BTW, chances are the kidnapper could have been amongst them.

Good thoughts! I don't think I have seen another case in a very long time where so many things that supposedly happened defy logic! I think there was also some incredibly sloppy news reporting going on. (IMO)

In my catch-up reading of the case facts, I came across a piece (I believe it was in the Examiner) that said Holly was in a one year nursing program (possibly to get a CNA degree.) She apparently only went to class on Wednesday and Thursday.

This leads me to believe that either the abductor got incredibly lucky, or he had researched enough that he knew her schedule, or he was close enough to Holly that he knew her schedule. Think about how many things had to happen for him to be in the right place at the right time. If Holly only went two days a week, what did she do on the other days?

If he planned to abduct her, he had to pick a time she would be alone. Dana, Karen, and , ideally, Clint, should not be home. Did the abductor think Clint was somewhere else? Would he have been so bold as to go right up to the house if he thought big brother could come out with a gun in defense of his sister? Was Clint usually out of the house in the morning by this time, too?

I feel like the abductor's "casual" attitude about getting Holly and get away at least suggests that he did not think anyone else was in the home. By Clint's accounts and a best guess estimate of the times, Clint observed Holly and this man outside for about 10 minutes. What abductor who is going to remove someone from the scene takes his time if he thinks anyone else is around?

If this theory is correct, then the abductor was likely not emotionally close enough to the Bobo family to know everything about their schedules. If he was watching the parents leave (and I think that there was about an hour's difference in Dana's departure time and Karen's), why did he not just go ahead and come for Holly as soon as her parents were both gone? He could have knocked on the door, made up an excuse for being there, and snatched her!
For some reason, he waited, apparently, several more minutes until Holly exited the house, and then he did not have much fear, if any, about spending some time talking to Holly before they disappeared into the woods some 10 minutes (roughly) later. He did not take Holly's vehicle as a means of getting out of there, and he marched a girl wearing only light clothing and flip flops off into dense brush in 40 degree temperatures, signifying to me that other transportation was waiting, or he didn't plan to keep her alive long enough for the temperature to matter to her.

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Good thoughts! I don't think I have seen another case in a very long time where so many things that supposedly happened defy logic! I think there was also some incredibly sloppy news reporting going on. (IMO)

In my catch-up reading of the case facts, I came across a piece (I believe it was in the Examiner) that said Holly was in a one year nursing program (possibly to get a CNA degree.) She apparently only went to class on Wednesday and Thursday.

This leads me to believe that either the abductor got incredibly lucky, or he had researched enough that he knew her schedule, or he was close enough to Holly that he knew her schedule. Think about how many things had to happen for him to be in the right place at the right time. If Holly only went two days a week, what did she do on the other days?

If he planned to abduct her, he had to pick a time she would be alone. Dana, Karen, and , ideally, Clint, should not be home. Did the abductor think Clint was somewhere else? Would he have been so bold as to go right up to the house if he thought big brother could come out with a gun in defense of his sister? Was Clint usually out of the house in the morning by this time, too?

I feel like the abductor's "casual" attitude about getting Holly and get away at least suggests that he did not think anyone else was in the home. By Clint's accounts and a best guess estimate of the times, Clint observed Holly and this man outside for about 10 minutes. What abductor who is going to remove someone from the scene takes his time if he thinks anyone else is around?

If this theory is correct, then the abductor was likely not emotionally close enough to the Bobo family to know everything about their schedules. If he was watching the parents leave (and I think that there was about an hour's difference in Dana's departure time and Karen's), why did he not just go ahead and come for Holly as soon as her parents were both gone? He could have knocked on the door, made up an excuse for being there, and snatched her!
For some reason, he waited, apparently, several more minutes until Holly exited the house, and then he did not have much fear, if any, about spending some time talking to Holly before they disappeared into the woods some 10 minutes (roughly) later. He did not take Holly's vehicle as a means of getting out of there, and he marched a girl wearing only light clothing and flip flops off into dense brush in 40 degree temperatures, signifying to me that other transportation was waiting, or he didn't plan to keep her alive long enough for the temperature to matter to her.

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LE and the family (dad) have been quoted as saying they felt the perp was someone close to Holly who would have known his way around the area and known her schedule and her family's schedule. IMO, if that is the case then the perp would have thought Clint was not home and would explain the "casual" attitude.

It also brings to question what if the perp heard Clint or the dog barking? Is that why he walked into the woods with Holly as an escape route? If he didn't hear Clint or the dog, where would he have gone with her? Would he have taken her in her vehicle? In other words, was taking Holly into the woods as a result of panic or was it planned and he had his own "vehicle" somewhere on another road. I put " " for vehicle because he could have had a four wheeler and not necessarily a car.

If Clint wasn't home, he would have had a lot more time with his plan whatever that was.

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I wonder if Holly is the type of girl who would say something if she saw someone on her property who wasn't supposed to be there. In other words, if she saw someone hunting on the Bobo property without permission would she yell out and say "hey, get off my property" or would she just go on and not pay any attention?
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Another observation.

The neighbour heard a scream or screams coming from the Bobo home but yet he didn't go investigate and goes off to work. He told his mom about it who later was told by the secretary at Karen's school to go check the Bobo home. Mom wasn't alarmed enough either. She had to be told to go check.

But then within minutes of Karen finding out about Holly, perhaps a hundred people show up at the Bobo home.

What was it that alarmed all these other folks to rush over there but not the one who heard the initial scream (s)?
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I wonder if Holly is the type of girl who would say something if she saw someone on her property who wasn't supposed to be there. In other words, if she saw someone hunting on the Bobo property without permission would she yell out and say "hey, get off my property" or would she just go on and not pay any attention?
Another good question. I was surprised to read in an article that she was actually very shy and a real homebody. I guess that I expected with her stellar beauty and from seeing her many pictures that she was much more outgoing and social. That being said, I don't think anyone but those closest to her could predict what she would have done in these circumstances.
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LE and the family (dad) have been quoted as saying they felt the perp was someone close to Holly who would have known his way around the area and known her schedule and her family's schedule. IMO, if that is the case then the perp would have thought Clint was not home and would explain the "casual" attitude.

It also brings to question what if the perp heard Clint or the dog barking? Is that why he walked into the woods with Holly as an escape route? If he didn't hear Clint or the dog, where would he have gone with her? Would he have taken her in her vehicle? In other words, was taking Holly into the woods as a result of panic or was it planned and he had his own "vehicle" somewhere on another road. I put " " for vehicle because he could have had a four wheeler and not necessarily a car.

If Clint wasn't home, he would have had a lot more time with his plan whatever that was.

We know from Clint's account that the dog (which dog--the inside or outside or both, we do not know) woke him barking. I may be reading too much into it, but I think the dog probably would have had to be barking in a continuous or frantic way to wake Clint, since his door was shut. Still, if the perp was not expecting anyone else to be there, the dog would have been of no consequence. A yappy house dog, sealed in the house, is no threat--just a nuisance. The house is so isolated that I also doubt the kidnapper would worry about a barking outside dog attracting any attention.

No one has answered my question on this, but I am betting from seeing the picture of the attached garage, that there was no door going directly from the house into it. I know that will be a controversial statement, but i cannot figure out where a door would be. The door in the kitchen that used to go to the other garage was on the opposite side of the room from this add-on garage. The best I can figure, you had to go out the kitchen door that went to the deck, and then turn left into the little breezeway to enter the garage. From the interior interviews posted in the media, you can see one door exiting out near where the pool sits, and then there is a small kitchen window to the left of the paned kitchen door. My bet is that you might be able to look out the kitchen window and see part of the garage-- the part where Holly and the camo man were seen crouching or sitting on the floor when Clint looked out. I doubt the perp heard Clint in the house, since the garage has its own walls of steel, and then there are the outer walls of the house. Unless Clint called out to Holly, which is not recorded as having happened, I really doubt the abductor ever knew he was there.

Clint could have even unknowingly been in danger had he revealed himself. It is likely the abductor had a weapon, and he might have used it on Clint to be able to take Holly without leaving a witness. It would seem that fate kept the Bobo's from losing both children that day, possibly! Based on the information we have, I don't think that Clint perceived any danger, and hence, there was no reason to interject himself into what he thought was a normal conversation between boyfriend and girlfriend.

Of course, this is all conjecture, and JMHO.

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We know from Clint's account that the dog (which dog--the inside or outside or both, we do not know) woke him barking. I may be reading too much into it, but I think the dog probably would have had to be barking in a continuous or frantic way to wake Clint, since his door was shut. Still, if the perp was not expecting anyone else to be there, the dog would have been of no consequence. A yappy house dog, sealed in the house, is no threat--just a nuisance. The house is so isolated that I also doubt the kidnapper would worry about a barking outside dog attracting any attention.

No one has answered my question on this, but I am betting from seeing the picture of the attached garage, that there was no door going directly from the house into it. I know that will be a controversial statement, but i cannot figure out where a door would be. The door in the kitchen that used to go to the other garage was on the opposite side of the room from this add-on garage. The best I can figure, you had to go out the kitchen door that went to the deck, and then turn left into the little breezeway to enter the garage. From the interior interviews posted in the media, you can see one door exiting out near where the pool sits, and then there is a small kitchen window to the left of the paned kitchen door. My bet is that you might be able to look out the kitchen window and see part of the garage-- the part where Holly and the camo man were seen crouching or sitting on the floor when Clint looked out. I doubt the perp heard Clint in the house, since the garage has its own walls of steel, and then there are the outer walls of the house. Unless Clint called out to Holly, which is not recorded as having happened, I really doubt the abductor ever knew he was there.

Clint could have even unknowingly been in danger had he revealed himself. It is likely the abductor had a weapon, and he might have used it on Clint to be able to take Holly without leaving a witness. It would seem that fate kept the Bobo's from losing both children that day, possibly! Based on the information we have, I don't think that Clint perceived any danger, and hence, there was no reason to interject himself into what he thought was a normal conversation between boyfriend and girlfriend.

Of course, this is all conjecture, and JMHO.
Good point about the house dog. You're right. If we assume the perp knew the Bobo had a small dog and knew Clint wasn't home, the dog wasn't a threat because in his mind nobody was home. However, if the perp didn't know nobody was home (a stranger abduction), perhaps the dog would have been a threat by waking or alerting others inside. hmmmmmm

I agree with you that I don't think there is a door connecting the house to the garage. IIRC, Clint saw them through a window....which window, I'm not sure.
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I went back and listened to some early interviews. One thing caught my ear about the blood. Deputy Wilbanks said in his interview that the agent with the TBI had confirmed that there was some blood found "outside the door." I would think that he might have seen this area they were referring to first hand, if he is one of the deputies that showed up the day she was abducted.

Here is the link: http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/t/video/se...woman-13389410

My question: do you think that means that the blood WAS indeed found outside the garage on the gravel rather than inside on a concrete garage floor?

What exactly do you think "outside the door" means? Which door?
Since that is an ABC link, it is hard to say. It could mean simply "outdoors". ABC is not often especially accurate in reporting crime cases. In most cases, it almost seems that the local media is better at details, although I would not hold this case up for an example. I thought the blood was found in the garage, initially, or wherever they were looking at the "turkey".
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Another good question. I was surprised to read in an article that she was actually very shy and a real homebody. I guess that I expected with her stellar beauty and from seeing her many pictures that she was much more outgoing and social. That being said, I don't think anyone but those closest to her could predict what she would have done in these circumstances.
Right. I don't expect any of us could answer that question. I was just throwing out some thoughts regarding known or stranger kidnapper. If for example Holly had yelled out to the hunter, perhaps that was enough to anger him and have him walk over there to confront her which would explain Clint hearing voices.
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Didn't Clint say to JVM that it was a small puddle?
I don't know if it was on JVM but in researching this morning, The Tennesean described it as a pool of blood. Unfortunately, the article is no longer available when going to their site and they only keep archives for 30 or 60 days (I can't remember). However there is a blog that quotes the entire article. I don't think I can quote the blog so if anybody wants to see the article, do a google search of "pool of blood, Holly Bobo, The Tennesean" and you will find it.

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Or perhaps the Decauter Co. coon hunt had many folks (both local and non-local) in the area at the time; many of whom were communicating with one another in many different ways- phone calls, text messages, email, face to face, etc.
bump for those who would find this a helpful explanation as to why so many may have known about what happened with Holly...
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Good thoughts! I don't think I have seen another case in a very long time where so many things that supposedly happened defy logic! ......he marched a girl wearing only light clothing and flip flops off into dense brush in 40 degree temperatures, signifying to me that other transportation was waiting, or he didn't plan to keep her alive long enough for the temperature to matter to her.

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Confused..and I am just starting to read more in depth on these threads...but, is what she was wearing described by her brother, obviously? If she was truly on her way to her car to leave for nursing/cna classes, she would be wearing nursing shoes. They are required. If this has already been addressed, I apologize. Just sounded strange and didn't fit..
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Since that is an ABC link, it is hard to say. It could mean simply "outdoors". ABC is not often especially accurate in reporting crime cases. In most cases, it almost seems that the local media is better at details, although I would not hold this case up for an example. I thought the blood was found in the garage, initially, or wherever they were looking at the "turkey".
Yes it was the garage.

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VELEZ-MITCHELL: So where did you find the blood?

C. BOBO: It was in the garage, under where I saw the silhouette of them kneeled down in the garage.
http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIP...4/ijvm.01.html
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