Found Deceased IA - Mollie Tibbetts, 20, Poweshiek County, 19 Jul 2018 #20

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  1. PNWgirl10

    PNWgirl10 Well-Known Member

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    Agreed! Perhaps this person is married and their spouse either wants to protect them or is scared to death of them. Both are logical. There was a case here where I live where a girl went missing and it turned out it was the trusted neighbor! He and his wife were both friends of hers, they attended the same church, they house sat for her and her husband when they would leave town. And one morning she went missing and never showed up for work (just like Mollie's case) and one thing that caused him to be a POI is the fact that his wife came forward and said he was acting completely off. He made up some extremely fabricated story about being mugged by a group of "thugs" that day....just really odd behavior. And sure enough, he was guilty of murder. He knew her schedule and came outside early in the morning to ask her for a ride and she trusted him because she knew him so well. On the drive, he pulled a gun on her and needless to say, she did not survive. My point is, Mollie's case is beginning to look and feel very similar to me....
     
  2. Crystal Regan

    Crystal Regan Well-Known Member

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    I keep looking at the route she took running that night and where she was spotted. I feel that there should be more points West to complete the circle, unless she doubled back. Almost looks like something happened west of the points she was seen at. JMO.
     
  3. SharonNeedles

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    Hey, could somebody find and post that potential sightings map? Trying to map out that tour I promised and somehow lost that link!
     
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    Oh, Magz! I've missed you so much! Great to see you as you on the threads, as you are the spirit of WS for me.
     
  5. zecats

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    Scenario to consider if she did indeed get into a car with someone (or go into someone’s home, garage etc,, and especially considering she was out to run and not get a lift home)—-she apparently suffered from asthma (exercise asthma) so she could have had a moment where she needed to rest or stop running. She also could have tripped and hurt a knee, ankle etc. I know this to be true because I’ve done it and had to limp to the nearest store for assistance. I question myself though why she wouldn’t call family for assistance so maybe not a valid scenario.
     
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  6. Goe

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    So did she or did she not buy the ingredients for the dessert she was making. If she didnt is it possible that she asked someone for a ride (since she shared cars with brother and didnt have a car that day) and on th eway to the store she was like let me text my mom and the driver panick and threw her fitbit out thw window.

    Another question, many have post that the abducter threw the fitbit and cellphone purposely near WC property but I thought it was NOT found that the location is based on data recover not the actual fitbit or cell
     
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  7. gobble

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    And this is exactly what I find scary. As much as everyone wants results are we really willing to give up all and every civil liberties and kick in doors any time anything happens anywhere? This is a really bad idea, even on a "voluntary" basis.
     
  8. CheetosDust

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    Yup. And she seems like the kind of person to do just that.
     
  9. Dushi

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    My understanding is she had a text conversation with her mother and her mother was to pick up the ingredients.
    AFAIK, nothing was found on the properties searched,... AFAIK
     
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  10. cody22

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    Great post.Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I feel the same as you except for the IT pro level person. I believe this person left a small SM presence.
     
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    Her mother had already picked up the ingredients for the dessert.
     
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  15. Mr. Obvious

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    FWIW - animals (pets) are like humans and are creatures of habit, feeding times, people/voice recognition, et al.

    I've left my pet alone (a cat) on many a weekend and upon returning home have noticed not as much food or water was consumed as normal.

    My conclusion - take one out of their normal routine - and they act differently.

    Thus - those dogs may not have eaten or drank as much as normal and therefore making it harder to discern how long it was since their food and water was replenished!
     
  16. WideOpen

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    And, the people who are dangerous predators instinctively know and target those of us who are more innocent, helpful, and/or vulnerable. It is like they can spot us a mile away. It is a very uncomfortable feeling and I am actually suspicious of people who are too friendly. Sad... It just takes knowing one narcisist and you will recognize that sinking feeling. Honestly some people are predators!
    JMO
     
  17. SuziQ

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    Perfect post explaining exactly what happens when a high profile crime comes to a small town.
     
  18. cody22

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    Possibly a mainly quiet obsession over a number of years ?
     
  19. crumbcleaner

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    I wouldn't be so quick to discount their opinion. They are educated in their profession and have likely worked with many, many cases and are experts in their field. They are also privy to information (not necessarily this case, but perhaps certain statistics and info as a whole) being part of a government organization. This isn't just some WS taking guesses, this is an ex FBI profiler we are speaking of. I don't think just anyone could get that position.
     
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  20. CheetosDust

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    Yes! Lots of rolling hills covered with farmland, mostly cornfields, and dotted with a few barns here and there. It gets really desolate outside of town and quickly.
     
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