Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by Moxie_McTavish, May 11, 2019.
I took the original poster meant on the family members own FB page. MOO.
I would put "going to post office" on my calendar. I have similar entries on mine now! So I'm guessing she was Type A like myself. I'm a lawyer and generally neurotic haha, so you can bet I would have that appointment on my calendar, even just as a reminder.
Busy people add one-off appointments (like Mother's Day gift) to their calendar because otherwise they might forget.
Is there DNA on her wallet that is not hers or her BF's? I'm beginning to believe it was foul play. Could be wrong.
I put down P.O. too. I make a list and make myself stick to it. In fact I have down P.O. for tomorrow.
There are now two points that don't sit well with me:
This morning I read that she always took water on a hike, and we know that 3-4 search dogs produced no results at the trails. Both of those points suggest that she is not on the trails.
That’s kind of a random question. Are u able to elaborate where you are going with that? Her wallet was in her car. Last any of us heard from LE there is no evidence of foul play and no mention of DNA anywhere.
Here's a question:
Her mom said that they always take water on a hike (posted earlier today). I've read other comments that she took nothing on a hike. Who claimed that she took nothing when hiking? Was that her boyfriend? Did she have one habit with her mom and another with her boyfriend?
Yes I have read and heard both too. Mom as well as some friends have said she always had water and/or phone but according to LE press conference other “friends” have said it was typical for her to leave her stuff in car.
After the P.O. , did she pickup someone hitchhiking. He could’ve told her he was
heading to the same location.
For anyone wondering if LE searched the house, they did and found nothing of interest according to the Honolulu Star Advitiser.
Hitchhiking has now come up twice today. Is that something that is common to do in Maui? Is it common practice for people to pick up hitchhikers? I come from the land of uber and lift and don’t recall the last time i’ve Even seen a hitchhiker.
Maybe that means that she left stuff in her car when she parked, but when she went on a 5 mile hike in the middle of the day she always brought water.
Yes hitchhiking is very common here. Especially on the north shore.
Oh wow well that sheds a whole new light on things. And opens up a lot more possibilities.
Isn't it more often tourists who hitch hike around the Island?
Furthermore, if she picked up a hitch hiker, then she and the hitch hiker were at the trails and the hitch hiker walked down the road from the trails later that day. I really doubt that is what happened.
Regarding hitchhiking, (I'm not in Hawaii) in popular hiking areas where people hike considerable miles, maybe even staying out over night, it's not uncommon to get a ride with another hiker unknown to you. Especially if you exit a trail (not doing a loop) different from where you parked. People are sometimes exhausted and welcome a ride. You will see in some of these areas shuttles that transport hikers even.