Found Deceased KY - Savannah Spurlock, 22, left 'The Other Bar' with 2 men, Richmond, 4 Jan 2019 #3

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  1. ab01

    ab01 Ooh Rah

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    Hard to say, it would certainly seem to support the possible reason why LE put crime scene tape up. In my opinion LE at least thinks it’s a possibility that it’s connected. I’ll also assume that LE is not very happy about a certain scummy news organization releasing it. I think it’s yet to be determined weather it’s connected if it is even true at all. Moo
     


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    ab01 Ooh Rah

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    The problem with tabloid journalism is that they will pay virtually anybody loosely connected with a situation for any juicy little tid bit. And many times it leads to false info and or info that investigators don’t want the public to know.
     
  3. sloane7777

    sloane7777 Well-Known Member

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    Didn't think of that but unless they at least offer, I will wonder why ,we're always saying why didn't the boyfriend or husband offer to search your right Maybe they did !!!
     
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    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    Yes, unfortunately we can't even speculate because we don't even know if it's true! The "burned clothes" may turn out to be like the "red shirt" in the Mollie Tibbetts case. Imo
     
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    If the white car hadn’t been moved for several years. I am assuming they found something in the car to be able to take it. Could something have happened in the house and to hide her quick they placed her in the car till they could dispose of her?
     
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    ab01 Ooh Rah

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    I agree, *sits on my hands*
     
  7. mtnlites

    mtnlites President of the Imaginary Friends' Club

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    And it really could go either way. Here in the country, we DO burn a lot of garbage (the kind we're allowed to). We have several burn sites on our property and people would find all kinds of weird things in them if they looked.
     
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    Especially, if two might have suspicions but no real proof. The Jenna Burleigh case in PA didn't convict anyone but the person that killed her. The guy had a cousin and a lyft driver move the body unwittingly and the roomate even though the defense tried to blame him was never charged and probably slept through the murder.
    Josh Hupperterz found guilty of murdering Temple student Jenna Burleigh
     
  9. BradB

    BradB Well-Known Member

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    Yeah mtnlites. It’s a no win situation for the guys. What if they truly are telling the truth on how she left on her own? Maybe everybody was too messed up to drive her home an hour away and she did have somebody else drive? So many scenarios in play here. I would lawyer up as quick as possible just for my own safety. Talk about drawing the short end of the stick if they truly had nothing to do with it.
     
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    BradB Well-Known Member

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    Who is going to volunteer to drive her home an hour away all messed up still (on whatever)?

    But wouldn’t LE know who she called last or texted?
     
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    I’m just stumped. What if the woman they found in the lake inside a truck is somehow connected to the disappearance of SS?

    Talk about coincidences....
     
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    Steelslady Justice for Kelsey

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    Oh geeze. what did I miss? Was this near where Savannah went missing?
     
  13. mtnlites

    mtnlites President of the Imaginary Friends' Club

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    She was found in Herrington Lake. It's nearby. I don't think they're connected at all. I've spoken to that woman's niece and the circumstances around her death are sad, but they don't seem to align with the same kind of dates or events that surround Savannah's disappearance.

    Sometimes it feels like when a place comes onto your radar, all kinds of things start happening there. In a single year we've had Tim Watkin's death, the Watts' murders, and Kelsey Berreth's disappearance all in Colorado. They're not connected, but all in the same area. Now we have Savannah, Amanda Bailey, and the woman whose car was found in the lake all within the same area. There were deaths and disappearances before these, but they mostly stayed off the national radar. Now that one case has become high-profile it's like we're under a microscope.
     
  14. Steelslady

    Steelslady Justice for Kelsey

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    Thank you, and that is just so sad for the lady found in the lake.

    I hear you about when something like this happens in one area, more happens later on, and it can been unnerving. Not too long ago, we went through that here. Scary!
     
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    mtnlites President of the Imaginary Friends' Club

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    It's really weird when that happens. A similar thing happened in Iowa in 2018. I swear I heard more about crimes in Iowa that year than I've ever heard before. Yet when you look at the stats, crime doesn't seem to have been worse.
     
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    If Savannah was making a string of horrible choices...that could include her setting out on foot and taking the first ride that came along. Just because it would be a terrible coincidence for a sociopath to be passing by does not make it impossible...jmo.
     
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    I’m sure for a predator a young lady walking alone in the early morning hours on a rural road would definitely be an appealing target.
     
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    It’s definitely not impossible. Stastistically, it’s highly unlikely but possible. If she took off on foot like what’s been stated, I’m surprised nobody saw her that Friday morning as they were driving to work or dropping kids off at school.
     
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    I think what actually happened to SS will end up being a lot more simpler than that though. I think what happened to her was inevitable once she got in the car at the bar. But that’s jmo
     
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    mtnlites President of the Imaginary Friends' Club

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    I think it's simpler, too. While I think it's possible that she left the house and started walking and got picked up by someone who meant her harm, I'm not sure that it's that plausible. IMO it's more likely that she was in an accident if she set out on foot. IMO she'd have given someone a call to come and get her rather than start out on the road so far from everything she had (her house, her car). I also think that the dogs would've hit upon something by now if she'd headed out on foot. Still, stranger things have happened and there have been many missing people who searchers missed on the first time around.
     
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