- Jul 11, 2019
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Tricia streamed a WS video on YouTube about an hour ago covering some thoughts on Natalie’s case.
I think they stated that the property owner suffered a medical condition awhile back and had not cut the brush etc. on the property for a long time. I seems that by coincidence he had paid someone to trim the brush on that part of the property which resulted in the car being discovered? Apparently there is the remnants of an old structure that , as previously noted, had been used as a party spot at one time. My two questions are; Did anyone go down that old during the initial search? It seems a logical place to check. Also, if it is an "old party spot" the police should know about it. Why didn't the police ever check back there?
Why would she purposely drive her car in to that desolate area between 3-5am. Even if she was tired, why on that property. Obviously a lot of info we don’t know. But it sounds like the car wasn’t wrecked.
Do we know how far this is actually from her house? Why the "I made it home" text?
I dont really see why she would stop there to do drugs all by herself, during those wee hours of the night.
This seems to be more of a meeting spot away from prying eyes. Why wouldn't she have just done drugs at home, or at whatever party she left?
I do not think she went to this spot to end her life.
I don't think this is what happened but if she was there for drugs, there will be evidence left. Heroin for instance, is such a strong addiction the user knows they may not come back from a trip and often they don't care. You can't think of addicts like regular people, they are controlled by the need for the drug and need serious help to stop using. I would bet the police would have already made a statement if they found paraphernalia in that car so I really suspect foul play.
I've rarely (if ever) seen LE make a statement that there was drug paraphernalia in a deceased persons car and have it later ruled an OD. I've seen countless times when LE makes a statement that 'no foul play is suspected' (like they have in Natalie's case) and have the ME later rule OD (after tox comes back).
That phrase is also used when self harm is suspected. Not sure what happened here but they are obviously waiting for toxicology imo.
When I was a kid in the south, living at home with parents, that's exactly where we'd hook up with our boyfriends...hidden fields tucked away in mid summer growth. Classic. Took me right back.I can only think of two 'good' reasons. Self harm or partaking in (likely hard) drugs.