Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by Hap, Apr 29, 2019.
How very sad.
Adam Camarato Case Archive is updated.
5/20/19 Adam was found by residents out walking along the shoreline.
Adam Camarato -NH- by amanda reckonwith
I have not seen it in print, but a Boston news video mentioned that police said no foul play is suspected (as of last week).
I wonder now that the autopsy will be today if that holds.
Relatives say body of missing father found in Newington, New Hampshire
This might provide some clarity on how Adam's body could end up near Fox Point.
Attached are two images, the first show the area of Fox Point (FP), upriver of Portsmouth and on Great Bay, which is tidal.
The second image shows the current of the incoming tide near Fox Point (FP) on Great Bay. The tidal current is moving top to bottom in the image (or into Great Bay and away from Portsmouth/Ocean).
The tide was coming in when Adam was heading towards the bridge that night.
Body found in Newington identified as missing Maine man
Police said the medical examiner did not yet determine a cause of death and is waiting on toxicology reports. They said it appears Camarato was in the water for some time, and there were no signs of outward trauma on his body. At this point, police do not suspect foul play.
Police said the toxicology results could take six to 12 weeks to come in.
Recovered body identified as missing Eliot man
Bilodeau said Tuesday there was no identification on the deceased and his department notified the state assistant deputy medical examiner, the attorney general’s office and the Rockingham County Attorney.
Yes, the tides are very strange in the Portsmouth and Great Bay area... wonder if he is on any cameras near the bridges.
Family, friends to hold celebration of life for Camarato
A celebration of the life of Adam Camarato and fundraiser was announced by family and friends who said they are hoping to ease the burden of his untimely death.
The celebration and fundraiser are scheduled for June 8 at the Kittery Lions Club, 117 State Road, from 2 to 7 p.m.
Friends are hoping to raise enough money to cover the cost of funeral expenses and reported that any remaining money will go into a trust for his two sons. They are asking for a $10 donation for adults and $5 for children, but welcome more. Organizers are also seeking food donations and say the event will be “kid-friendly.”
Rest peacefully, Adam.
Very sad ending to this story, but predictable to a fault. There are well over 100 cases nearly identical to this well-documented and tragic pattern. Add one more. I'll be interested in what the medical examiner rules, but these cases defy logic and certainly do not seem coincidental. There is no research that I know of that can show a statisical probability that this would happen over and over again with so many of the same elements involved. If you're not familiar with it, all you need to do is a simple search on the internet. You'll be stunned at how often this happens with complete regularity. What makes these cases so strange, and I could be incorrect, is the lack of any historical data that reflects this "rash" of deaths involving younger white males in this particular fashion in recent times. Either this is just one hell of a coincidental occurance and a sign of the times, or something way more sinister is going on.... either way, it is extremely alarming.
MAY 24, 2019
Read the obituary for Adam Camarato | Boston.com
In his obituary, his family wrote that for the father-of-two, his sons were “his entire world.”
“Adam was a loving and devoted father, and a very caring, kind, and helpful man,” his loved ones wrote. “He put a smile on anyone’s face who came in contact with him and was always putting others before himself helping in any way that he could. He will be missed by many.”
A visitation for Camarato will be held at 5 p.m. on May 29 at J.S. Pelkey Funeral Home in Kittery, Maine. Read the full obituary for the 32-year-old, shared by the funeral home, below:
Have the results of the autopsy been released? Did they find water in his lungs?
It usually takes a long time for results, when they include toxicology and so on. Hopefully it will be public.
Welcome to WS, KellMc12.