MA MA - Sandra Crispo, 54, Hanson, 7 August 2019 #2

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  1. Kittybunny

    Kittybunny Well-Known Member

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    A lot of interesting new developments, further cementing my opinion that this was foul play, and it was someone known to Sandra, and the motive was money.

    Hopefully all this attention will continue to spark people to talk and share, giving LE more concrete tips and leads to follow.
     


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    jenpil Former Member

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    <modsnip, factual information without verification link>

    What's setting my suspicious gauge off is the daughter didn't go over there that night when she couldn't contact her mother, but left it until the following morning, even though it was only a few miles drive from where they lived. That, and the SIL being very vague on details of his movements the afternoon/evening before.
    Sandra was supposed to babysit the grandkids all day and night, but didn't. What changed?
     
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  3. MrsWatson

    MrsWatson Moira Rose's Wigs

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    I'm glad to see more information about Sandra's case being revealed.
     
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    Alethea Verified Attorney

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  7. nicoletee

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    De-lurking ex-Hanson resident who doesn't know any of the people involved but has been following the case off and on from the beginning.

    I agree totally that family needs to be left out of discussion. The problem with this case is that according to her family, Sandra Crispo didn't know anyone who wasn't a family member of hers! So the case really can't be discussed in any meaningful way unless and until someone comes forward to report they saw her the night of her disappearance with a non-family member.
     
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  9. BostonTimes

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    I find discrepancies within the dialogue which includes family members and the host. So how can you reflect without wondering what is what
     
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  10. Hazelnutty

    Hazelnutty Kindness Matters

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    I'm looking forward to reading new information about Sandra's disappearance.
     
  11. BostonTimes

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    Shifts 99.9% run from 7-3 0r 6-2; 3-11 or 2-10 one point I find odd is that the SIL (stated in podcast) states he would go looking for Sandra after a double shift. This would mean 10 or 11 PM? Where were the kids?
     
  12. BostonTimes

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    I would like to hear more on the cousins evening and the SIL' S EVENING ON THAT NIGHT Sandra went missing on 8-7-19. It is about Sandra so if we don't know enough truth then how much help can we give
     
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  13. BostonTimes

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    The last incoming call to Sandra was from Laina. Laina said so in the podcast.
     
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  14. kimmie0313

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    Yes! This! But, we can’t discuss here. Maybe in due time....
    It has been said many times that Sandra’s inner circle was very, very small. It mainly only included family.
     
  15. keek

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    I've always thought from the beginning that Sandra's disappearance was ONLY due to the inheritance. People are def not talking where 'we can 'hear' them', since day one. So terribly sad.
     
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    If money was the motive, did someone think Sandra had a lot of cash at her house?
     
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    I can see someone possibly thinking that, but I kind of doubt she actually did. You clearly get the sense that her daughter and son in law were managing all of finances and surely wouldn't have agreed with her keeping cash or other assets in the house. Just not a wise thing to do.
     
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    If this was about money, it was a confrontation about the subject not someone looking for actual cash in her house. JMO.
     
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    @Suglo that where I am as well, betting unhappy family members. It's odd the way the house and dog were left the way they were. I don't understand why no one checked on Sandra when there was no answer on the phone ! We have a deal, when no one answers the phone check on the older family members ASAP ! Or call.for a welfare check by LE ?
    Wouldn't someone be worried that she may be in medical distress or have fallen ??? MOO
     
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  20. MimosaMornings

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    Perhaps it was common for Sandra to not answer her phone. Especially if she didn’t own a cell phone, maybe she enjoyed being alone and not communicating with others on a daily basis?
     
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