Just caught up with the threads and jumping in here because this case is strange for so many reasons! I also want to echo what several other local people or people familiar with the area have expressed about the heavy presence of traffic during the time of day AH would have been stopped on the road and or walking along the highway. I have to believe it would not have been possible for her to jump or get off the highway in a way that would not have been seen as well as viewed as suspicious by people passing by. @charliebarley The first thing that came to mind when I read about AH was the homicide investigation you mentioned that also occurred in Richmond. I don't think they are related, but it is still infrequent to have 2 significant events in that area. I am not really sure what to think about this situation. There are many discrepancies with reporting and details. It is a very odd place to pull off and walk off if self-harm was the goal. There are a million other places all within a few miles that would be better suited to that purpose, this particular spot and time of day make me lean towards the potential for foul-play. If she wanted to disappear or worse, this is not the place to park your car and get out and walk away, that makes zero sense to me. She was so close to Portland literally right there next exit, it doesn't make sense not to continue at least to Portland. It also doesn't make sense that she would stop the car, thinking she was out of gas when clearly she could have tried to get to the exit and get closer to a gas station. So much of this just doesn't add up for any scenario mentioned. I have lots of questions!