Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by Hap, Apr 29, 2019.
I'd be looking in the pond area.
Adam Camarato Case Archive:
Adam Camarato -NH- by amanda reckonwith
Thank you! I thought I recognized you, lol.
Yep. I've been around a while, lol.
Some cases grab me, idk. This one does even though the outcome seems predictable.
Not sure where he was from 12:46-1:18AM, but if he was going towards this location, it wasn't for another drink. This is away from downtown and there are no bars in the area that would be open. It is a residential area.
Was he meeting up with someone?
I suppose he could have been meeting someone. Do we have any details about the 11:00 p.m. snapchat? I guess I've been assuming he and his friend would leave/ride home together.
If dinner was at 9:00, I wonder what time he got to the bar and started drinking. It was reported that he may have been inebriated. Did his friend make it clear that he was just using the restroom? I wonder if Adam thought his friend left the bar and he went looking for him. Or maybe he went outside because he was feeling sick? MOO
Litsa Pappas Boston 25 News
Adam's sister said his phone was pinged nearby shortly after he left the bar.
Portsmouth is beautiful. The waters are dangerous. Lizzi Marriots body was placed in the Piscataqua river, and never recovered.
Super sad, I hope he is found.
I’m new here, and live in NC, but this case has intrigued me. I follow Websleuths quite a bit and mostly stalk until now...
Anyway, my question is, does anyone think this case could be connected to the other missing NH man, Michael McClain? Towns were an hour apart, but cases seem similar.
Sadly, there are many cases like these. Young men & women that go missing after going to clubs. Separated by friends. And sadly most, if not all, end up in water, deceased.
Adam's family has hired a cadaver dog to search along the water.
"The family of Adam Camarato, who has been missing since leaving the Clipper Tavern early on April 27, has retained the private services of a cadaver dog, police said Friday.
Police Lt. Mark Newport said a company providing those private services contacted police to let them know they would be working in Portsmouth Friday. Members of the detectives division are accompanying that search, in the event Camarato is found, Newport said."
Dog aids search for missing Eliot man in Portsmouth
Link: Adam Camarato – Apr 26, 2019 – Portsmouth, NH |
A vigil is planned for Sunday at 6pm on Pierce Island.
I don't think it was self harm, but I think he ended up in the water, somewhere.
Facebook post says about a hundred came out for the vigil. Besides fb, there has been no news coverage for 2 days.
May be something later tonight if local news covered the vigil.
Candlelight vigil held for missing Eliot man
"People seemed to just want to hug, or even touch Camarato’s sister Jamie Fultz, who not only organized the vigil, but has been leading the search for her brother since the day he went missing. Family support was strong and friends, old and current as well as many of his former co-workers came out, clearly showing that Camarato touched many lives and is missed. Many people spoke at the vigil, wanting to share their stories about him. At the end of the vigil, carnations were handed out and thrown into the waters off of Peirce Island, a beautiful message, they hoped, for Adam.
“Adam is the best dad, friend, brother there is,” said Fultz. “You can tell that’s true by the number of people who came to be here tonight. What I want is ask everyone to keep looking. Someone must know something, or have seen something. We need all the help we can get, and we will not stop until we bring Adam home.”
Camarato left the Clipper Tavern in the early morning hours of April 27. He has not been seen since. Fultz said he was expected to pick up his two boys, Eben, 8, and Ryan, 6, that morning and when he didn’t show up the family knew something was wrong."
Adams Case Archive is updated. Now there's about 104 pics and articles. Newest files go to the last 2 pages.
Adam Camarato -NH- by amanda reckonwith
Wow, Amanda, amazing work! Thank you. I sure hope he is found. His family is trying so hard.
Sadly, no updates. Not a good sign...