http://www.nbcactionnews.com/dpp/news/local_news/investigations/baby-lisa-irwin-source-details-timeline-of-day-and-night-of-disappearance#ixzz1caEbAp8R This is a very interesting timeline to me for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, PN went to talk to detectives yesterday and now this new "source" has come out and voila, a new timeline. Secondly, it makes me wonder what the "usual" day was like in the Bradwin home, specifically what JI's regular work hours were. People tend to be creatures of habit for the most part. Observations: JI returns home at 2:30. This may or may not be his usual time and I'm guessing not because the neighbor comes over sometime between 2:30 and 4:30. I speculate that they had some afternoon "adult time" every day. If I had to guess, DB went outside for a smoke with her and told her that JI was going to be gone for the night...until 10:30. DB has PN take her to the store, but I would bet good money it was on the ruse of buying baby food and the wine box was hidden or said to be PN's. So, everyone leaves (neighbor and brother) until JI leaves for work. Then they return and party. Lo and behold, when JI is supposed to return at 10:30, everyone leaves and lights go out. When JI returns, he is mad about the lights and the screen (how he could see the screen at that time of night, I'll never know but okay). He goes in the house "angry" because of the cost of the electricity. Checks in on the boys first ?, then DB ? and then Lisa ?; none of this is very clear because their interviews have given different scenarios. There are 1 or 2 guns and a bat in the bedroom, but JI doesn't think it is necessary for whatever reason to get any kind of weapon against an intruder before checking on his family. But, they do realize the phones are gone and grab a flashlight even though DB herself said she didn't want to go outside because she would be "afraid" of what she might find. I'm really rambling, but this new timeline sheds a few new spotlights on different things and people, at least to me.