ID - DeOrr Kunz Jr, 2, Timber Creek Campground, 10 July 2015 - #5

Discussion in 'DeOrr Kunz, Jr.' started by bessie, Jul 27, 2015.

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  1. rkf

    rkf Inactive

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    If there was a dirty diaper from before the family went to the store at 1 pm on Friday, why wouldn't they take it and any other trash to dispose of in town at that time?
     


  2. Ardie

    Ardie New Member

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    I thought that might be the case. It didn't look like it would be much of a road, but when I typed in directions from Idaho Falls to Stone Reservoir, that is what it came up with on Google Earth.
     
  3. Cardinal47

    Cardinal47 Well-Known Member

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    I cannot believe a Mountain Lion snatched DeOrr from a campsite with four adults and nobody saw or heard anything. The timing was all wrong, middle of the day, and they have to drag their catch to where they are taking them. This would leave drag marks, shoe, sock, shorts etc.

    Plus the little guy was wearing boots that were too big as previously mentioned over and over again. They would have fallen off and been found.

    Each of us have argued our points on this subject and have made interesting scenarios but my opinion is it was not a Mountain Lion.

    My own theory is that he is in the water somewhere close by.

    MOO
     
  4. Cardinal47

    Cardinal47 Well-Known Member

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    Well I hadn't thought of all of that but you are certainly right.
     
  5. Mickshawn

    Mickshawn Active Member

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    OK.....I've been racking my brain for days and days and I'm stumped...What does TOS stand for? I know once you tell me, I'll say something like..."Oh, duh" or "Of course!"

    Somebody way back posted a link for acronyms used on this site and of course I didn't save it...Can somebody post it again for me?

    Thanks so much!
     
  6. rkf

    rkf Inactive

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    I understand getting frustrated with people who ask for a link that has been posted numerous times in a thread! I usually try to keep a text document with relevant links so I can refer back to them later and post them easily if a newbie asks. I can't do that on my iPad, though. I've read all the threads on DeOrr and didn't see links that supported Gitana's statement. I don't believe they've already been posted here, but it's possible I missed them.

    The mods have a list of relevant links on the first page of each thread, so it's pretty easy to refer someone there, too, rather than saying "look it up yourself!"
     
  7. pepelepolecat

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    "terms of service"

    :)

    Basically ... the rules.
     
  8. CatsInTheCradle

    CatsInTheCradle Verified Baylor Bear!

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    I'm working on them ;)
     
  9. rkf

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    When I ask for a link, it's not because I don't believe the original poster. It's because I want more information and to learn. Even if someone doesn't agree with a poster, isn't the point of posting a link to back up your post and help the "asker" learn something they obviously don't know? I don't understand the point of everyone just posting opinions and expecting others to take them as fact. Sleuthing is based on "facts", not opinions. Of course, when we're low on facts, we tend to speculate, brain storm and opine. That's okay, but no substitute for documented "facts".

    ETA: JMO
     
  10. verbonica

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    There's an old thread about some of the frequently used abbreviations/acronyms here:

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...-NO-DISCUSSION

    TOS = Terms of Service
     
  11. jmcgladr

    jmcgladr Well-Known Member

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    The "why" is always the hardest part to understand - especially when it involves hurting or killing a child. :(
     
  12. nervous_nellie

    nervous_nellie Carpe Noctem

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    True, and sometimes there will never be a reason :(
     
  13. ClaireNC

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    They went to the store and were back by 1 pm according to DK in the long interview. Just clarifying that point so it doesn't add confusion to this already confusing case.

    If you were home and your baby soiled his diaper, would you immediately take it to the trash transfer station? Have you ever been camping? You kind of get into a routine with the trash, just like you do at home. You either collect all the trash and take it out with you at the end of the camping trip, or you plan daily or occasional, "trash runs" to properly dispose of your trash at one time. I'm sure they didn't think, oh we have to take that stinky diaper with us when we run to the store.
     
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    I was just thinking about how someone happened to be disposing of human cremains in the same area and at the same time they were searching for little Deorr. It's just a rather strange and bizarre twist IMO, and especially unfortunate that it interfered with the search. Maybe I've watched too many horror movies and read too many horror stories, some unfortunately true, but I sure hope they thoroughly checked those people out.

    http://www.eastidahonews.com/2015/0...ack-campground-search-efforts-for-deorr-kunz/
     
  16. bluesneakers

    bluesneakers not today satan

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    Which part? Do you think they haven't met with GGF at all?
     
  17. bluesneakers

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    That's what I was thinking too. And if we don't know where they drop their trash* we don't know whether or not it was on the way to the store. I wouldn't want to drive 10 minutes in one direction only to turn around and drive 20 - 30 minutes (at least?) in another.

    *Maybe someone knows? Or we can find it and make another map! I'm bad at making maps hint, hint.
     
  18. Cardinal47

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    Just for discussion what do you think the FBI's role will be in all of this?

    At first I thought 'the FBI is coming' and I could see trucks and men and helmets and guns.

    Then reality hit and now I am thinking they might be a team of under 10 persons and what they will do is examine all the evidence the local Sheriff has assembled and perhaps come to conclusions about what will be done next.

    Does anybody happen to know just what their role will be in Mission DeOrr?

    TIA

    MOO
     
  19. Cardinal47

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    A lot of places will have a sign you cannot dump trash in their containers. They pay to have their trash picked up and don't want anybody using their facilities for their own trash.

    Not being a camper I donno. Just putting it out there.
     
  20. bluesneakers

    bluesneakers not today satan

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    Yeah, that's exactly what I meant about having to drive 10 minutes in another direction. There might be remote campsites where you have to pack it out and take it all the way home, but every place I've been (though I rarely go to primitive sites) has had a special dumping/trash station.
     
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