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Mom Says Family Will Never Live In Home Again! What?

Discussion in 'Lisa Irwin' started by curiositycat, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. curiositycat

    curiositycat The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule

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    I have been wondering why the family has been staying with relatives. As I was reading the article about the interview the PI had with DB and JI today, I got my answer...

    http://www.kctv5.com/story/15687317/day-10-private-investigator-interviews-baby-lisas-parents-family

    KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -"The couple has been staying with relatives since then. They returned to their home on Lister Avenue Thursday morning to pick up mail, but Bradley has reportedly said the family will never return to the home to live."

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    What happened in that house that was so traumatic they would never want to live there again????

    If the baby was abducted, that is horrible. But do you give up your home, and all the equity in it, and never move back there again?

    We have no idea what evidence the police have. We do know they used luminol... Did they find something, some evidence that something horrible happened in that house?

    Thoughts???

    JMOO:waitasec:
     
  2. Jenni979

    Jenni979 Member

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    JMOO, but if my child went missing from my home; I would NEVER be able to move from that address... I would be terrified to move or even change my phone numbers...

    That and I think I would have to leave her little room just the way it was on the night she was taken from me...

    But, you can bet your bippy that I would have the security stepped up like MAD.
     
  3. CarrieBean

    CarrieBean New Member

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    I wouldn't spend another night in that house either. Especially with other children to worry about.
     
  4. mysteriew

    mysteriew A diamond in process

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    Actually I don't find that the least suspicious. LOL it is the one thing the parents are doing that I can understand. And something that actually makes me wonder if they aren't innocent.

    If one child was stolen out of your house, would you really want to remain there? Wouldn't you feel vulnerable? Wouldn't you feel that you were risking your other children's lives? Wouldn't you feel you were risking your own life, now that the world knows that someone was able to enter your home and take a child and no one noticed for hours? To me returning to the home would feel like walking down a street naked and hoping no one noticed, commented or molested you.
     
  5. SleuthyMama

    SleuthyMama Listening to my gut

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    Thank you for starting this thread. I heard this comment last night and had the same reaction you did, curiositycat.
     
  6. curiositycat

    curiositycat The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule

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    If that were the last place I saw my child, I would stay there, hoping and praying that someone would bring her back there.
     
  7. Blue Ridge

    Blue Ridge Armchair Detective

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    I think I am more like Jenni979.... I would want to be there forever, where the memories of her precious 10 months all took place. But I am a very sentimental person so maybe that is why.
     
  8. Marah

    Marah Active Member

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    My friend lost a child and the accident occurred in the house. The moved as soon as they could.
     
  9. laniefi

    laniefi Inactive

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    Me neither! I would feel so "invaded" and "violated"...
     
  10. curiositycat

    curiositycat The one thing that doesn't abide by majority rule

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    What you said confirms what I am feeling; "the accident occurred in the house."

    Did an accident occur in that house? MOO
     
  11. Donjeta

    Donjeta Adji Desir, missing from Florida

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    I imagine it might be scary, knowing that some evil person was able to just walk in and walk out with a baby and no one heard a thing. I might want to move somewhere that's behind a ten feet wall, a moat, and an electric fence. (Although it might not help if I'm in the habit of leaving doors unlocked and windows open.)

    The children could be scared, thinking they could get abducted too. The house wouldn't feel safe, and you wouldn't know if you can trust any of the neighbors. (But can you trust relatives either...?)
     
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    21merc7 New Member

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    I don't know what I would do really, but at this moment I would be terrified to be in there. I would want to move to a highrise on the 30th floor with maximum security right away. After I settled down some, I just don't know.
     
  13. laniefi

    laniefi Inactive

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    I can understand this sentiment as well. I pray to GOD I never have to make a decision like that under these circumstances....
     
  14. marge_rita

    marge_rita Former Member

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    The memories they have of baby Lisa are in that house. How could they leave and never live there again? :mad:
     
  15. Cortne

    Cortne Well-Known Member

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    I think Id move and perhaps make a special space in the new home for the missing child. Maybe I dont know. I do know Im brought to tears just thinking about having this tragic dilemma in my home. Ah hell I cant take much more of this case. :(

    Id most likely just be like Michael Douglas. :furious:
     
  16. CarrieBean

    CarrieBean New Member

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    About 20 years ago my place was broken into while we were out for a 20 minute walk. Our tv, vcr, and microwave were taken. My Son slept in my room for a while after that. I was scared chitless on the nights I was alone with my Son until I moved from that place. Electronics...I can't imagine how I would feel if it were my baby.
     
  17. Peliman

    Peliman New Member

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    Shades of Satsuma.....
     
  18. eleni777

    eleni777 New Member

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    take all her stuff, her pictures...the memories are in your heart and mind...they go wherever you go.
     
  19. BetteDavisEyes

    BetteDavisEyes All the boys think she's a spy...

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    My sentiments, too. I feel strongly that whatever happened to Lisa was accidental and that DB panicked when she discovered that the baby was "gone".
     
  20. marge_rita

    marge_rita Former Member

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    Sounds like you may have the right theory. Having a house in foreclosure....running away from it means -------what?
    They can start over. :waitasec:

    imo
     

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