Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by cybervampira, Oct 14, 2018.
Does anyone know SMs maiden name?
"sleuthing family members is not allowed". "Posting their personal information, including names is not allowed".
Naughty, naughty We are unable to openly sleuth family members, or friends, as there are no named POIs or suspects in this case. Tis against the TOS of the site.
All of this is really a bump, as KLG does not belong on Page #10 in Missing Persons.
Where could Karlie be? This one sure is a mystery.
IMO Someone, somewhere, knows.
Latest msm on Karlie
Mono County teen still missing after almost seven months
Thank you for this!
From your link:
The FBI continues to partner with us, and we have also met with the private investigator working with the family.
Did we know about this PI? Maybe I missed it?
That really is great to hear!
I am worried about this case going cold. I am glad to hear the FBI is still involved and there is a PI.
Everyday I hope for news about Karlie. Where are you? Praying there are answers soon!
On page 15?! Bumping!!!
A good place to start when investigating anyone is familytreenow.com
Does anyone want to state their current theory of where Karlie is? Could she have run away early in the morning with no phone? Did she go on a "disoriented" walk early in the morning and meet with foul play? Did she go on a "disoriented" walk early in the morning and end up in the desert? Did she get hit by a car? Did something else entirely happen at home? So many possibilities, in my opinion only.
If she wandered / ran off in an altered state she could easily be in the Fish Slough area about a mile west of where she was last officially seen. That area has tons of cracks and fissures where she could have tried to hide.
Good call! I tend to agree.
My most likely theory is that Karlie died accidentally but that there are adults that would be found at fault had authorities been notified and Karlie's body was disappeared. Lots of open space to s6tash a body.
I think “someone” gave her some sort of chemical to “counteract” the drugs that she took at the party and expired within the home.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts, guys!
I completely agree. That’s my theory as well. Jmo
Yes, this has always been my thought. Some type of negligence or failing to act.