SC SC - Tammy Kingery, 37, North Augusta, 20 Sept 2014

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  1. Gardener1850

    Gardener1850 Remembering Cupcake

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    No problem. I often need coffee myself. ;)

    BTW, here is Tracy Wright's thread: http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sh...unty-12-Oct-2016/page2&highlight=Tracy+Wright

    Tracy was found deceased (months after the above article), but no foul play was suspected. Her car was found in a lake and appears to have been an accident. :(

    I hope there will be a resolution for Tammy someday soon.
     


  2. MysteryRoad

    MysteryRoad New Member

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    Hello board. I am a long time lurker, but now joining as a first time poster.
    I have never heard about this case until today, and once I learned about it I promptly read thru the entire thread.
    Sadly but ironically, what I believe to be the probable outcome of this case occurred in my personal life when I was a child.
    My mother suffered greatly from depression and at the age of 37 ended her life.
    Someone in an earlier thread actually referenced the kind of note that they believe Tammy would have left.
    It was a brief note very similar to a deeply hidden note that was left behind to my brother and I.

    Growing up with a plate full or survivors guilt, I will add my two cents which probably isnt even worth that.
    I have spent my life after that horrific moment breaking down the "Why" aspect to suicide far too often.
    These are just based on my personal life and hopefully I do not offend anyone as it is not my intention.

    --Suicide is not a "Selfish Act". Yes mental illness can be and usually is a determining factor, but other times the person has reached their breaking point.
    Tammy sounds like she was past her breaking point, and it certainly doesnt mean she didnt love her children.
    She held her family together financially, and sounded like she was more of the grown up in her marriage.
    More than likely her husband was the fun parent, and she was the strict one. Another stressor.

    --Suicides are not always planned, and can be done in moments of heightened anguish.
    She probably was sick, and its possible she had no plans to harm herself. The note could have been written in an open ended manner.
    If she comes back its innocuous, but yes the "Love" reference does add a touch of deepering inference.
    She leaves for this "walk" and hasnt predetermined if she is coming back or not. Maybe she has taken pills with her, and has a note with her in case she goes thru with it.

    --Someone who has attempted suicide twice needs every resource available to them:Counseling, medication, even hospital admittance.
    She seemed like what she was receiving was less than adequate.

    --The affairs were just a desperate attempt to find some brief or greater happiness to her life. Her marriage wasnt what she hoped for and she just wanted to feel alive.
    I do not believe for one second she ran off with some guy though. Leaving her life behind to be with some other guy and not her kids is a different animal than suicide.
    She seemed to want to end the pain, but not create another myriad level of anguish.

    --Her husband might not have been husband of the year material, but really what motive would he have for killing her?
    Her disappearance crushes his finances. By all accounts he liked to partake in his hobbies and interests, and raising three children on his own really puts a dent in that.
    The timeline and opportunity here doesnt really allow for him to have committed murder. In addition, has anyone found any instances of domestic violence in their marriage?
    It doesnt seem like this guy has an OJ Simpson type resume pre-wife murder, and this is normally the case.

    Sadly, I believe she took her life in a walkable proximity to their home, and expected to be found(just not immediately).
    I hope and pray her family gets closure one day as I can greatly empthasize with them.
     
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  3. SassyBenton

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    I think the husband knows what happened to her. It is extremely difficult to completely disappear these days, to start a new life she would’ve needed a place to live, transportation, a good amount of money, the ability to obtain a fake ID and SSN, etc. and I just don’t think she had all that lined up so she could disappear.
     
  4. U2forever

    U2forever Blessed are the liars For the truth can be awkward

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    Yep


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  5. TexasT

    TexasT Active Member

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    Actually it’s not . Michele Whittaker from season 1 , disappeared for 6 years and was not even trying to , she Just thought her mom was “ mad “ at her so she left .


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  6. Davia18

    Davia18 Verified Human

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    Just watched the Disappeared again and I don't believe husband is involved. Based on the note and that he told the truth where he was and had been and the kids were with him.
     
  7. Gardener1850

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    U2forever Blessed are the liars For the truth can be awkward

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    The disappeared episode convinced me it was the husband... everything he said sounded rehearsed... he was visibly nervous when they mentioned a body of water.. I bet she is in one of those bodies of water and he is responsible. His interview on the podcast is reminiscent of other killers who almost have an "I want to get caught" bragging type of sick personality
     
  11. Seva

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    I think he’s guilty, too. His story has changed. 2 of the he kids were with him, then later said one wasn’t, the door lock, etc.
     
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    Was checking for any info on the remains: the only thing I can find is the link above had been updated about a week later, to say it may take months to know anything. :(

    http://www.wrdw.com/content/news/BREAKING--Human-remains-found-in-wooded-area-478870483.html
     
  13. Tssiemer

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    So Todd Kohlhepp is believed NOT to be involved?


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  14. mrsNKY

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    I’m don’t believe the husband was involved. I think we (in general) have become accustomed to husbands or bf being guilty, and we pick apart every word and action. I don’t find some of his answers as troubling. Different interviewers ask different questions. Some of the stuff may be kept under wraps because authorities asked him to do so. Which according to the way I see it, at one time he was asked about the polygraph and was told not to discuss, and on the podcast he stated that it was inconclusive. I don’t find a person guilty or innocent because of inconclusive results. It’s hard to say you would pass one, maybe you would maybe you wouldn’t.

    I also find it odd that there are posts that are making this man guilty and he is not a suspect. Why is this allowed.

    According to the timeline which I hear the most, the father said he left to run errands and stuff with both boys. So what if the other one went to grandmas to help out and he and the younger son went shopping. Apparently, the police have the security footage and stated it was a match with the story they were told.

    So I agree with this poster. It seems he is being convicted on no proof at all. There should have been something questionable before he is hung out to dry. I just don’t think so. Not everyone missing had been murdered. Sometimes people hide things and we are often surprised in this forum.

    I also feel that the husband as well as her family and friends are trying to keep this more positive and they would rather keep her as running out due to her illness and there is always much more going on then we will ever know.
     
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    mtnlites President of the Imaginary Friends' Club

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    I agree and it's why I don't check back with this thread very often. I realize that it's usually more likely to be the spouse, or someone very close to the victim, but sometimes it's not. I don't think it is in this case. This crime isn't my first rodeo and my BS radar is pretty good and I don't pick up on anything weird in this guy. I find his answers reasonable. If it turns out that he was involved, then I'll accept that, but so far I'm not ready to convict him by what I've seen and heard up to this point.
     
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  16. Gardener1850

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    The above remains turned out to be a man. Identified as Jerry Dwayne Isenhower UPDATE | Coroner identifies remains as man missing five years

    I hope there will be a break in Tammy's case soon. :(
     
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  17. anniejanet

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    Another really weird one. I don't believe the husband was involved. Their son was with him when he left the house and her in her bedroom. Perhaps someone came to their house forced her to write the note. Or maybe it was her on the motorcycle that the daughter saw. I'm really wondering why her blood pressure was high that day though. Maybe she went for a walk and something happened to her physically.
     
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