I have watched the Saraland video a few times and I totally agree with you that the location was a '...long way in the wrong direction'. In fact I cannot get beyond this point of location at all. If DNV had come off the highway and realized she was lost, then wouldn't it make sense to do a quick turnaround and get back on the highway to attempt to return to West Mobile? I'm also curious about the lighting in that neighborhood at night but from an achived satellite picture I found the entire area looked very dark once you are away from the highway. The video which was shot during the day made it appear that it involves more than a few turns in order to get to the boat launch. It also seemed like the driver in the video at times slowed down to make sure that they were heading in the correct location to get to the boat launch. Imagine doing that ride late at night, especially after more than a few drinks? At this point I just cannot get to the point where I can understand how a person ends up in a neighborhood relatively far from their apt. and late at night by themselves? The only way I can somehow try to understand how DNV ended up in that neighborhood late at night was if she had been with someone and they led her there or perhaps if she were following someone (which others here have mentioned as well). While the boat ramp had no light or chain fence or barrier of any sort to stop someone from going down the ramp at night, I am presently 'hung up' on the simple process of manuevering all the twists and turns to get to the boat ramp in the first place in the dark late at night.