Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by imstilla.grandma, Jan 28, 2020.
Yes, excellent point!
Can anyone refresh me on SM possible motive for any of her actions being a break up with husband or possible divorce?
Much agree and I didn’t think there could be anything insanely crazier than Heidi’s tragic story. Until I read up briefly on the Lori Vallow case. Wow that’s some wildly crazy stuff there. Talk about a game of duck duck goose!
I don’t, however, think G’s disappearance is a wild crazy story. I think it will end with the simplest explanation. Just not yet sure if it’s the one the majority of us are xpecting. Moo
Despair is part of it. But beyond despair, imagine the horror of thinking that someone embedded in your life, who you once trusted, could be capable of something like this. I bet she's replaying every interaction, every exchange of words, looking for clues.
Considering the possibility that she made him walk to his final spot (which just makes me sick), they could’ve hiked up Spruce Mt. from the trailhead. It’s about a mile to the top where there are very rocky cliffs looking down over Spruce Mt. Ranch. We hike up there all the time and it’s a sheer rocky cliff that drops straight off around 500-600 feet. It’s terrifying to walk to the edge but it’s a beautiful view of Pikes Peak.
It would take 20-30 minutes to get to the top. Once on top, the trail goes all the way around the butte but given her time constraints, I would expect her to run back down. The whole thing would take less than an hour.
If she drove out of the parking lot and went north, it’s less than a mile to Noe Road, which she could take west to 105 with a few stops to get rid of stuff. Then south on 105 to Sierra Pines to dump more stuff, then home.
There are many problems with this theory. The first one that comes to mind is that LE isn’t searching near Spruce Mt.
This case continues to remind me so much of little Lucas Hernandez, on so many levels.
I hope I’m wrong.
Agreed. However, I find it credible, imo. Let’s not forget, even LS confirms the video, except she wants to try to talk about shadows In her statement, too, and try to infer Gannon made it home.
Because they give her a shred of hope it won’t be believed. For reasons mentioned here about what makes sense, and from areas we cannot discuss on WS, tend to believe RD over LS.
Ugh yes the Vallow case is just all sorts of craziness, although a rather different kind than HB’s. I’m so glad to see that they finally arrested her and she is most assuredly going to stay in jail until trial, $5 million is no joke.
I agree - I don’t think anything “out of the norm”, sad to say, happened here. I think it’s relatively cut and dry, actually. It’s all so sad.
W ould the time constraints have permitted her to switch off phone and gps , some way, for this part of the journey and then to dp several runs around current search area with it switched back on again?
My theory is and I believe it was more of an abuse that happened Sunday night that gravely injured GS. By Monday morning she decided to finish it off and murder him, instead of getting him medical attention and telling the truth.
And the FBI, let us not forget. They’re on this, too. It’s all in good, capable, and quiet hands.
OT: Hi fellow Georgians!
I'm sorry for asking - I think someone posted about this but I can't remember what page it was on - where exactly is this portion of Noe Road that they are searching? Is it closer to the end near S Perry Park Road, or is it closer to Spruce Mountain Road?
Anyone know if they are actively searching today?
Yes I think so, although if Gannon was hurt before they hiked, that would slow them down quite a bit because it’s a pretty steep hike up.
At best, our Verizon phones have spotty service there. Sometimes we’ll get connected as we hike around the top of the butte but a lot of the time we won’t have service for the entire hike.
It’s closer to Perry Park road. Yesterday they were searching where the trees begin and a little bit east of that.
The original video should present a clear detailed recording and have sound. A clear bright view with no room for error mistaking the two people getting into that truck when it left and the one person getting out when it returned.
Heading out now to see if I can find them...
And I say that maybe LE had a reason not to go public with the "descriptions" of a possible man, per stepmom's words, and that maybe they are investigating that part in another area of the USA, we don't know.
Is there any other high point which would have required a much shorter walk but would have needed a 4wd to access it? Within both the 4 hr window and the searching points? By high point I mean a point from which a fall would lead to almost certain death?
ITA, and likely may show even more.