Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by cybervampira, Mar 28, 2018.
THIS sounds correct. Just willing to let her soak up all the attention she NEEDED.
The obituaries released by that funeral home are so oddly written. My first thought is that they were actually not written, but generated by some kind of bot. But it's for a small local business, it looks like, so it probably isn't that. Just very oddly worded.
If Devonte and Hannah ran away or escaped or were dropped off, where could they be?
Thanks! I've been searching for new information and for a brief moment, I thought these kids were abandoned by LE and the media! Is this the first we've heard of FBI? This information is about a week late. . . but hopeful news.
I pray they are alive!
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This has been quoted before, but it may explain the focus on Devonte. Jen, talking about his first night with them, said that she felt more connected to him than anyone ever (what a slap to Sarah). After describing his horrible prior life, she says:
That night, after we finally got him to sleep, I cried harder than I had ever cried in my life. I felt like there was no way we could raise this child, and the five others we had adopted.
Yet, she says, there was something inexplicable pulling at her heart.
I felt more connected to this fragile little boy more than I had ever felt to anyone in my life.
With their unconditional love, nurturing natures, patience and acceptance, Devonte defied all odds and has grown into a young charismatic man with a heart of gold.
I'm wondering if in this case, it's not so much about the strength or integrity of the vehicle, but more about what happens to the body with a rapid deceleration. I'm not an expert, but I've heard that there are 3 types of impact/trauma in this type of an accident: the vehicle impacts an object, the passengers impact the interior of vehicle (and each other) and the passengers' "insides" (internal organs) impact each other or are damaged/torn (think aorta, spleen, brain etc.)
IMO, pending autopsy report(s)
Are you thinking of the distance of the turnout from highway to the cliff, perhaps? That was 75 ft. I dont recall reading that the cliff wasnt 100, but I could have missed it.
The cliff plunge has been variously reported as from 75 to 100 feet, with an additional 70' of "pure acceleration all the way" over the edge. That height is akin to accelerating to top speed off an 8-story building. No chance of survival, particularly with no seat belts, particularly with jagged rock outcroppings and ocean water entering the crushed vehicle. I believe necks would've been broken and death instantaneous for any passengers. It's not just the drop, but the acceleration/speed prior to the plunge that affects impact.
If you read the articles it was ve explained. It isnt role playing but the different structures,
I go for the the music, if there is a craft show...that is a bonus.
Did he become the center AFTER the hug from LE? Or was he always the center?
I just joined to post this here. I saw this comment on one of Jen Hart's youtube videos (The Thanksgiving one).
see comment by NC 1 week ago:
Check out the article I posted in post #606. It seems he was always the focus for Jen.
He knew how to perform.
I cant even think that....just cant.
I only saw Jen's obituary. Where are the others listed at? Thank you
If you open that link and go to search obituaries, there is a list that includes theirs along with other people. They all say pretty much the same generic thing.
ETA: Found it...scroll down:
My heart leaped in my chest! I don't really have hope, but I'm praying they're alive out there somewhere!
When I see it, it says comments are disabled for this video.
ETA nm, I see you have to click around to find the thanksgiving one. Oh my. What a comment!
I can see from photos/video that he's very charming, outgoing, vivacious, etc. Some people just have magnetic personalities. However, a good parent will try to balance that with the others. There are various ways to do this, and some parents are excellent at it; others simply "play up" the magnetic one. I think it's easier and in this case, it brought the parents tons of attention.
Don't really know, but just thinking aloud on it.