Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by Mysti88c, May 12, 2020.
Wow, I didn't realize it had been that recent. In that case, she may have been isolating.
Solidarity! Yes, it's yet another thing to worry about. As if we haven't spent our whole lives worrying about these kids.
Missing Persons Center is not NAMUS and it is not an approved source. They are not a government agency, we do not know anything about them and therefore cannot verify their sources. Am in the process of removing related posts (including discussion about the bike photo).
There are many groups that have sites related to missing people, but not all of them are approved here (and for good reason due to some past experiences too long to go into here).
Stick to MSM, LE and other WS approved sources (and NAMUS if/when the file is available there)
Also, still cleaning up here, but want to add the following at this point:
There is nothing in MSM to justify speculation on specific individuals just because they have been involved with the criminal justice system in Colorado. Think of it this way – if we discuss 20 random individuals as possible POIs in any case and if 1 of them does end up being the actual perp, that is 19 other innocent people who had nothing to do with a case who have their images splashed all over Websleuths. We don't allow that. Wait for MSM or LE to release related information before bringing possibly unrelated people into this discussion.
There is also nothing in MSM to indicate that Suzanne was medically fragile. It is not known what type of cancer Suzanne had. For all we know it could have been a mild case of skin cancer due to sun exposure. We just don’t know so please stop judging the girls or the family dynamics based on an unknown.
SB, I was just about to send you a PM about this. Thank you for clarifying.
I apologize to everyone!
Not necessary Janeumayer, but that's why we stick to our major WS approved sources. When members aren't sure, they can run it by us and we'll check them out as best we can.
Most of these sites make themselves look as official as possible and we have to dig a bit deeper to find out what we can about them. Example, we often have trouble with missing persons posters that some sites will try to make look as if they are the official posters. There are so many smaller missing persons groups but not all of them can be relied upon for accurate information.
I think I got them all. If not, would members please Report any that I've missed.
Lol re #3 weren’t there a bunch of mysterious UFOs possibly drones that flew over that area of Co earlier this year? I don’t think it was ever determined what they were looking for!
It's interesting to see their old house is also remote. Not as remote rural as in Colorado but we know they are not new too it. Imo
You so funny!
Reading and thinking.....reading and thinking. All I can truly believe for now is this from the above article.
“they think” and “reportedly”.
Also the picture is what I have to believe she looks like now from the above article.
Where are you Suzanne Morphew?
};o moo y’all
I think it was a recent article, where a family member said they were told by Barry, that she had just received an all clear from her doctor, 6 days before she sent missing. It was posted here within the past few days. I think maybe the recent article about her family discussing her move to Colorado?
Here is one article with part of the quote:
Suzanne, who had just received the all clear following a cancer diagnosis, has now been missing for at least nine days.
Suzanne Morphew's husband was paid to lay dirt at the building site Colorado cops are searching | Daily Mail Online
To clarify my post:nothing has changed since this the above article was posted.
To clarify my post:nothing has changed since this article was posted.
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as I said, there simply is no evidence that her medical condition is anything approaching “medically fragile”. She may not have disappeared on a bike ride, which I agree with, but she does ride frequently enough that her daughters and her neighbor did not have a problem with reporting that she may have been on a ride. She is frequently mentioned as being a bicyclist, (thanks Ice) and AFAIR even the Fire Cap thought she regularly biked. As others have mentioned, once out of treatment, your immune system returns to normal and she was in all likelihood treating the COVID restrictions like a normal person, as I am. I just do not want the thread to assume things about her health and lifestyle that are not true just because we see her as a victim. She was a vibrant, athletic, strong person and she was disappeared.
The lack of updates to the “find Suzanne Morphew” FB page is troubling. TN, who most certainly understands how to promote awareness of something, basically seemed to walk away from it. Posting daily is usually part of how those pages work. Even if the page generated tons of comments disparaging a family member, it doesn’t matter. It’s about generating awareness so that everyone keeps on the lookout, and word spreads around the globe about who is still missing. It does exert a certain amount of pressure on LE to keep up the search too-the more interest it generates, the more LE is questioned by more media on a constant basis. I know it doesn’t affect LE’s job and how they do it, but it makes them front and center a lot. I’ve rarely seen those pages abandoned so early by the people who started them. I understand the blowback on the ***-I’m not a fan and I can see how that seems. But for the other page to wither away, that’s really odd to me.