and Kyron is alive someplace...would the fear of facing a murder trial and possible prison sentence or worse cause her to finally produce Kyron and confess as to what happened? Or would she continue to bluff it out and take her chances for an acquittal? This is what I fell alseep thinking about last night. Wondering if the only way she might tell where he might be is if she were to be facing a first-degree murder (wihtout a body) trial. This case is bizarre enough that it might be even be a first, for a defendant to produce the so-called murder victim once charged. And then try for lesser charges by making up some reason/excuse as to why she felt she had to "hide" Kyron, or plead insanity, for example. I was also awake trying to think of another case of a no-body/murder trial, with a conviction, of a missing child. There probably has been, but could not come up with one. Still waiting for that to happen down in Florida for Haleigh. In the cases I've seen where murder without a body has been charged, almost everyone referred to the missing person as dead from the start. Yet in this case, LE seems to be trying to nail down as many details about Terri and accomplices, if any, as if they intend to proceed with a case, while never saying Kyron is presumed dead. So will she crack if charged with murder, if Kyron isn't dead? And if she is charged and doesn't crack, does that mean he is?