Our worst fears have been confirmed today. As a young woman close in age to Sarah (and Sabina) it's hard to feel safe anywhere anymore.
Better quality version as that one is difficult to read
Just a single bone? My heart breaks for that family.. RIP Esther
This is a stretch but the first result I get on Google when I type "secluded London forest" is Epping Forest. Just an idea.
I agree with this, I just don't see a 19 year old being lured into the forest at midnight. The case this reminds me of most is Liam Smith a couple...
I hope its just that they've found some of her possessions. But they may have said they found her "remains" initially for a reason.
I really hope they've found her possessions and nothing more..
You are assuming the reason she got into the car in that scenario is because she was frauded into it, but that isn't necessarily the case.
But she wasn't breaking any rules so why would she be stopped?
I've read some things on here about unmarked police cars that I've never heard before. More education would be extremely helpful.
It can be awkward when walking in groups perhaps, but there has never been a rule that you can't walk alone outside for exercise. She was also in...
I agree, that actually forms part of my version. But for it to be co-ordinated to escort all lone females from an area seems like a stretch?
She wasn't breaking any rules by walking on her own so that doesn't make any sense. Also I don't think I've ever heard of police officers...
I didn't say anyone had to agree with my version.
It was a cold night. She waited inside while he made the phone call. Only one person alive knows what happened and they are unlikely to ever tell...
The car wasn't broken. That's the point.
Exactly which is why I don't think he'd be able to just bundle her into the car on a main road. Who knows.
Busy main road makes that difficult
True. There are very few theories that would explain how she ended up in the car without brute force that would've made it obvious to others in...