Westerville police ask for public's help finding 'endangered' missing woman I am just mystified by the lack of progress (or progress that has been made public!) in this case. The more I think about it, the more implausible it seems to me that a spouse, having gotten up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom, would then head back to sleep NOT in the same room in which they were previously sleeping, but in a completely separate bedroom because they didn't want to wake up their spouse by returning to bed. Even if one's spouse was a light sleeper, one might consider the fact that that the sudden absence of another body in the bed with them might wake that spouse up anyway. I don't think this weird detail is necessarily indicative of anything nefarious on the husband's part, but I do wonder if this was something he did on the regular (switching bedrooms in the middle of the night), or if this was just a one-time thing that just happened to coincide with the night/early morning during which Emily went missing... The above is MOO/IMO!