- Nov 24, 2016
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It could have snowed after someone left. Footprints disappear very quickly. Plus the grate was not as heavy as people are saying.
The idea the dogs would go crazy is simple nonsense. If there was a Peado ring in the area and one of the family, say the father was in it, the dogs wouldn't be barking if they were already in the house. Not when they owner is around.
I think everyone on this thread is convinced the kid banged her over the head and daddy and mummy strangled her to finish her off to make it come across like an intruder. Take a second to think about it if you have a kid?
Also by the sound of this thread there were no similar things happen within 20km of this house, and no neighbours have any history of any sexual acts on minors, is this certain?
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Wrong. That kind of snow doesn't happen like that in CO in the foothills. It would have melted more to match the lack of snow in the yard, or as is probably more likely, it was left over from a major snowfall and hadn't melted in that corner due to lack of direct sunlight.
Colorado snow is unlike any other.
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