Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by MJPeony, Oct 11, 2019.
It's not blurry for me. Google Maps
End users can request to have their home blurred, but typically it takes a little while. It’s easy to request, you can google it. I checked an hour ago and that house wasn’t blurred.
I agree. I wonder if she crawled back there to sleep. MOO
It’s posts like this that make me wish there was a “hate this info but thanks for posting it” option.
Well now I'm spooked.... definitely the house with the air/heating van is blurred out for me.
Yep, we're going to be left wondering for a while.
That definitely helps explain it.
You can contact Google and have them blur out your home/property on Street View.
I’m a frequent traveler and have carried the highest statuses of rental reward programs at Avis, Hertz and National over multiple decades, and I’ve never seen a rental car with tint ever in my life. Some cars have a subtle factory tint, although I don’t think Nissans do. Even with factory tint, it’s very light and wouldn’t conceal a body. However, with rear seats down in an SUV and someone laying down as if it were a bed, it would require someone outside to really make an effort to look in (versus obviously seeing someone sleeping in a proper seated position).
Right. That is the house across the street (on the odd numbered side) from the address in question.
Perhaps the home owner has a connection at Google, which would certainly expedite the request? I'm guessing there are many "tech" workers in that area. IMO
I came to say this too. You can request to have your house blurred by Google. I once found a house blurred in Google, but then searched it in Bing and found an unblurred view of it. Just FYI.
So if you ever plan to blur your google street view, make sure to blur bing too!
Weird...why would the house across the road be blurred...are we sure that’s not the right house?
That house and the one next to it (6573) are where all the cops cars were parked.
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I was expecting she would be found today or tomorrow.
I REALLY hope that she died quickly after hanging up with her Mom.
I REALLY hope that she could not have been saved if she'd been found sooner.
This is possible and maybe it led to something more serious? I don't know.
I am FURIOUS. Absolutely enraged. Even if Erin was dead quickly, her family didn't need to suffer for 5 days!
Because her family was there, I fear this happened. It's possible they just heard about the police activity while passing out flyers. Maybe a reporter was near them and they overheard the call on the scanner or something? I hope they didn't find her... please...
I hope so. I hope she just fell asleep and didn't wake up. I hope it's an easy diagnosis at autopsy too. So the family knows and hopefully knows she couldn't have been saved.
I speak from experience. If police refuse to help you search... you end up locating the missing person on your own... and then you find out they could have been saved if found earlier... it is so much worse.
Please let Erin have gone quickly and quietly.
We don’t have a ton of details here, but I think suicide is unlikely. I see foul play as being even more unlikely than that.
She was exhibiting strange behavior, and taking the words of her family and friends at face value, that was highly unusual.
Having some sort of a sudden onset mental health episode is reasonable, but that doesn’t explain her suddenly dying from such a thing.
So I’ve got to think that she had to have consumed something that caused her death (the weather doesn’t seem conducive to exposure).
If you have Redfin, pics of blurred from 2014:
6579 BOSE Ln, San Jose, CA 95120 - 5 beds/2.5 baths
The blurring has nothing to do with Erin, they just had their house blurred.
That must be the case. It's such a coincidence that I'd never seen that before and it happens to be where the cop cars were parked! Appears to be coincidence nonetheless.
Well unless it was just blurred in the last few hours or even days...