Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by Mysti88c, May 12, 2020.
Yes. This ^^^^^^^^ Just MOO
I am going to call the next chapter in this book, "Barry's Last Christmas".
@Hair of the Dog Continuing briefly w ^ light-hearted break from somber discussion, I read this in W/S basement, h/t to @Niner:
"Did a little mechanics work today.
Put a rear end in a recliner."
I suspect BM's "mechanical thing" was not just parking his behind in an armchair.
Thanks for a little light levity.
Or, "Barry's New and Improved Wardrobe".
As in, no more tight tank tops.
, in my neck of the woods we had a different name for those type of tank tops that guys wear, which actually may be a little more accurate here.
Agree. Probable Cause would be a tuff one -- what reasons could they put forward to make a judge agree to grant a SW? More digging -- in more ways than one -- would be required IMO. Much more.
Hi everyone, I haven't read most of the previous threads so apologies if this was already discussed. Does anyone know if LE did forensic analysis of the Denver hotel room BM stayed in that allegedly smelled like chlorine? It seems obvious but I've scoured the media coverage and can't find any mention of whether this was done or not!
I am curious what forensics they would be looking for. They have established that he was there and that would be backed up by his booking and the mail he tossed in the trash can. His fingerprints would be in the room and any hair or other things they might find but do they need more evidence he was there?
Did Barry admit he was in the hotel room? I’m pretty sure he said it smelled like bleach too. Did JP turn the mail over to LE?
Obviously it’s hearsay but if the room smelled like chlorine/cleaning supplies it could’ve been a crime scene.
CBI will have security camera footage from the hotel. If SM entered that hotel and never exited, it will be on tape.
Or if a cooler did.
IMO, it was not elk hunting season in May.
It appears that someone took elk antlers along with part of the skull and put them up against the Puma Path house. I think I read that BM said it was "road kill."
MO: a bizarre thing to do. Antlers are all over, shed without bloodshed, why leave an animal carcass with half its head open to the elements? Some people gather road kill (for food). Why ruin that for them? Why trophy-take part of an elk head?
It's more than just puzzling. It's really a bizarre element that needs to be explained in this case.
In order to attract a mountain lion? As in, "See, I told you there was a big cat! Let me tell you what happened..."
More bizarre would be finding an elk in May with a full rack on it. Elk typically shed their antlers much earlier than May. The antlers regrow every year and in May would be emerging, but very small. MOO: this story of a roadkill elk with full rack at Mother's Day doesn't make sense.
It could also have been cleaning up after a previous guest who left an unpleasant mess, or a COVID mitigation procedure. Most public transit agencies were using bleach until recently to combat COVID.
I don't think that was against her daughters. I believe it was recognizing two grandsons who were caring for him.
That is the way I took it, perhaps because in my own family we recognized a particular family member because they took my grandparents shopping every week and out to lunch once a week, consistently. Everyone helped but he went above and beyond. All MOO
Sorry if already asked and answered but did the girls attend the funeral?
From the Obit, GM was cremated and there will be a life celebration for him next Spring 2021.
Thank you. I hope the girls are able to attend. Mostly for them. moo