- Feb 22, 2012
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I hope it's ok to post this, but I thought this was a nice cover of the case. >>>> [video=youtube;pkx-DlWAsRM]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pkx-DlWAsRM[/video]
This is a great question and I've often wondered this as well.Did anyone consider that he actually meant just that when he said "the answers are UNDER the periodic table of elements"? Did he have one in his room somewhere and maybe left a note or a letter or something UNDERNEATH it. Could be in a notebook or maybe he had a table up on the wall. I don't know. Just my understanding of it.
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I could be completely off the mark here, but after watching the 'Disappeared' episode, it struck me that his reaction reminded me more of a drug induced reaction. I am not saying he doesn't have mental illness diagnosed. I haven't spent a lot of time on this case. But the energy burst just made me think meth, PCP, some stimulants. JMHO.
Im real appreciative to the recent posts from the past 9 months. The mental health points were spot on.
Livlugosi is also 100% correct:
The woods are not thick at all. It is a very settled, residential area, in a seaside town, with small patches of woods, which are just peoples backyards.
Also, if you watch the disappeared episode, they make the situation seem as if the search were this huge undertaking with extensive community involvement. That is not true at all. Many students at the school and people in town, havent heard of Neo, didnt know a search was happening and to this day werent aware even of his disappearance. This search was NO Molly Bish-type of media covered event. Volunteers were not invited and the police are STILL secretive about the whole thing. I was a student at UMass Dartmouth at the time of his disappearance, and I did not know about it until much later. Im also a resident/homeowner in the town and active in town politics, so I find it odd that the disappeared episode paints this community-driven picture of search and the reality is, most of us didnt know anything about it. It also took campus police three days to tell the local police, that a student was missing.
They say in the episode that Neos stuff was found in a residents yard. That resident is actually a town police officer. I find that a little suspicious.
A young woman in, I think, Virginia, found what she said was his laptop and a few other items, while hiking in her area. She was kind enough to have sent them to Dartmouth police, and if it wasnt for HER saying that she did it, I wouldnt have known, because the police never mentioned this at any point, thus far.
The lady who said he came to her 2nd floor is very......interesting. She was going through a very prominent, media covered lawsuit at the time of this supposed visit from Neo. Her lawsuit was widely discussed on the local newspaper message boards of the time. She had supposedly hired FAKE veterinarians to treat and perform surgery on local pets at her clinic. Its...interesting and quite a bit heartless. Feel free to google it. Her backyard that he supposedly ran off into, is just her fairly small/normal sized, overgrown backyard, that abuts a cleared small/normal sized backyard of a house on a main drag. She doesnt live in or near the woods, shes just a terrible landscaper with an overgrown lot in a thickly settled development of homes.
I searched, but cant seem to find the couple who said Neo came to their door asking for a ride back to school. If they ever get on here, Id love to hear from them. I find it disturbing that the police or wait I think it was the private eye (Id have to go back and look) was so quick to dismiss this couples experience.
Hi I am new to the site, but I am wondering if you could elaborate more on the girl who found his laptop. How did you hear about this? Was the family notified? When did she find it? Any more information that you feel comfortable sharing would be really helpful.