- Jan 10, 2011
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I hate to say it, but I agree---we have to consider whomever was last to see a missing person. In this case though, the last person known to have seen him, is saying he left for work. So I suppose he would have a good alibi, and there is a known timeline because of the restaurant, which would have receipts?While an update on substantial LE efforts made to find GBB is great to see, I wish this story had confirmed the timeline of the last day he was seen.
Are the boots & socks found inside the home what he was wearing that night before his disappearance? Or not? Any other shoes missing?
It mentions he said had a cough. If he felt unwell enough to tell his son he might stay in & rest the next day, that is concerning to me.
I really hate to say it, but the last person to see this missing man has to be the prime suspect in his disappearance. GBB didn't just vanish based on his known lifelong reliability.
That leaves his son or an unknown person as potential suspects. Do the Bensons have any employees (perhaps just seasonal)?
I thought he might have had an emergency reason to be out on his property & be an accident victim.
I don't think so any more.