- Feb 18, 2019
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No. The "locals" are not such cowards. They would have brought her to the resorts area, and looked for her family
I mean no disrespect to local people. There are many other reasons why someone might be unable or feel reluctant to take her to the resort. Maybe they were in the area doing something they didn’t want known about. (Visiting a girl friend, driving without a license) Who knows.
Also they may have come across Nora on the Sunday before they understood there was a missing and vulnerable girl from Dunsun that everyone was looking for. Perhaps they just saw someone on the road that needed help and took her with them to the Police Post which happened to be at the start of the easier, shorter walk to the waterfall. Nora would not have known the name of where she was staying and there would have been communication issues. It just makes more sense to me that she wandered the shorter distance to the waterfall and beyond from the Police Post. (Ending up 500m from a track a 4x4 could manage.) Taking her to the Police Post would have seemed a helpful thing to do.
Of course, if the Police Post was always staffed then it couldn’t have happened this way. But it may have been early or late in the day. So she could have been given a lift in the early morning at the start of all this (an unintentional abduction) or after she was seen bathing in the river near the road at 7pm if that sighting was of her.