@Bohemian do we know whether any residents anywhere on Benaroon owned cars matching the two car descriptions?
The timing of William's arrival/abduction has always baffled me too. Speddo having connections to William's bio family probably relayed the info that he would be at the house that day. He went there early unannounced (maybe planning a snatch or maybe not) and the opportunity presented itself. Remember, BS wiped his call records from his phone that morning. Did he make a call saying, hey, guess who I see, do you want me to get them? Or there could have been a much sinister plan....I wonder
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Oh yes, absolutely, but they are keeping that close to the vest...Whether it is true or not if BS erased the calls made on his cellphone that day, I'm sure police would easily have obtained the logs from the cellphone carrier, and would know exactly which numbers were called and which numbers had called him, and LE would have looked closely into who those individuals were.
Karinna I agree that BS's van would have been very obvious in the street that morning. If BS was intent on abducting William (or his sister), IMO he would not have used his own sign written van to do so. He may well be behind the abduction (we don't know what the police know) but I seriously doubt if this was a planned abduction BS would have used his own van to do so.
Also possible that he was in the area anyway in a different car and chucked in the part and the tools just in case the family were home. I have a friend who is a tradie who often does this on the way out with the family if it is a simple repair. It is possible to me that he knew exactly what the machine required to be fixed and was out with one of his 'knockabout mates' or one of the family perhaps??? and took the part as he was planning on driving past and dropping in if they were home. Or at least trying to appear as if that was his plan.
I'm also confused as to why the placement of the 2 vehicles would pose such a red flag based on that they weren't in the driveway of whomever they were visiting... since it seems that often vehicles are parked on the side of the road, even though the properties and the driveways are large. For example.. even when days later it was reported in MSM that BS's white van was on the street.. it was parked on the street, and he was servicing that washing machine at the time, if I am not mistaken.. I believe he admitted that he was at the street and property on 2 dates only, those being the few days before the disappearance when he first came to look at the washing machine, and the few days after the disappearance when he actually came to repair it. It seems there could be many reasons for not parking in someone's driveway. I know with my own property, we have a very large driveway, but sometimes visitors park on the road.. which seems crazy, but in fact it is them being polite, not knowing whether they might ultimately be blocking someone else from getting into their regular spot in the driveway. Or say if someone has leaking oil from their vehicle, they might have enough consideration not to mess up someone else's driveway.
I think about William every single day.
I believe his disappearance was carefully planned and don't believe he was just "snatched" by a paedophile in that short time frame.
William was taken out of daycare that day as a surprise for Foster Grandma, so no-one knew they were arriving there at that precise time.
The person would have had to be watching William at the location of his daycare centre, then followed them to Foster Grandma's house, then waited.
It's a dead end street and there is no reason to go down that street unless you live there, are visiting someone, or Bill Spedding to fix the washing machine.
Perhaps someone took William on behalf of the biological dad and is holding him, as I know all family members have been "cleared".
Cases like this are too personal. I think William is alive.
Unfortunately, I don't feel that the reward of $1,000,000 will solve this case, as the person responsible for holding William is not interested in the money, Keeping William hidden is more precious to them than the money (if they think they can get away with it)......MOO.
From what i have understood BS was told not to come by the house for the repair, and as far as i'm aware BS's van would of been very obvious in that isolated area/street. Wasn't he supposedly somewhere else when WT went missing doing another repair? I'm sure the police would of checked that out wouldn't they as to where he did that repair and for whom?
Do any of you feel a coincidence that it was only after William's foster dad left the house to make his business call, that William went missing?
If my memory serves me correctly, as soon as she realised William was missing, foster mum rang him immediately to ask him if William went with him, causing foster dad to race home immediately to start the search, as he was hysterical.
Foster grandma's property having no fences was a security hazzard.
I can imagine William's foster mum regrets having taken her eyes off William (for that short time to go in and make that cup of tea) haunts her to this day..... So so sad to even try to imagine how that would feel.
I really don't like to say this but I wonder at times if William had an accident at the house (e.g. like falling from that extremely high deck).
There are still many questions that need to be answered. As respected journalist, Caroline Overington stated, the public will never know the truth about what really happened to William. I wonder how much she knows, that we don't. It appears that there is much more to this case than meets the eye.....MOO...:thinking: