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

Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by OkieGranny, Sep 25, 2014.

  1. Naughtius Maximus

    Naughtius Maximus New Member

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    I used to think that PK knew more than he has stated, and possibly had something to do with he disappearance, but having just watched the Disappeared episode again, I now think she left of her own accord with someone.

    I knew someone years ago that was depressed because she had constant conflict between staying in the life she had, or setting up a new life with someone she'd met and loved...she left her husband and kids to live with another guy...and that's why I think Tammy was depressed.

    I think the dogs not finding her scent is indicative that she left the area via a vehicle, and she didn't have one to hand.

    She'd locked the door and left the keys, thus making the home secure, but also making that psychological break from the old life. Hence her phone, purse etc also being left, all possible items that could led to her being found (assuming there were bank cards or other documentation in the purse).

    We know she had romantic texts to two other men on the phone she left, which leads me to wonder if she had a second phone to contact the person I believe she ran away with.

    Her not being well at hospital could all be staged as a cover for other activities: the person I knew did similar things, she'd go home from work "ill" and have sex sessions with her lover. On one occasion she was left at home "ill" by her husband, who went to work, while the woman's mother took their child to school...then her lover came round and gave her a rogering for the morning...

    I'm open to any idea and interpretation, but the dogs found no scent, that means she didn't walk from the home, someone picked her up. The home showed no sign of struggle, and I think the mystery of the note was to give her time to get away...she knew if she'd texted PK she was walking that she'd have to text back every time he texted her...and she she knew she wouldn't have her phone -PK thought she was ill in bed, and so wouldn't be disturbing her...

    The only puzzle I have is why the dog was outside...
     


  2. Dnp2be

    Dnp2be Well-Known Member

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    I very much agree with your suspicions. It was my first thought as well. I haven’t read the thread yet but did see the disappeared episode multiple times. I’m sorry for your loss. I too lost a family member to suicide and agree with you. Thanks for posting!
     
  3. 007mom

    007mom Active Member

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    I agree with you. I do believe that the woman seen on a motorcycle with a man was likely her. Just a hunch; however, it was her teen daughter and the daughter’s friend that said they believed they saw her pass them on the back of a motorcycle. Then the neighbor mentioned hearing a loud muffler noise close by, which could’ve easily been the motorcycle. I wasn’t sure what had happened to Tammy until i watched that episode of Disappeared several times. Each time, I felt more convinced the daughter and her friend were probably right. Only a hunch though, and those aren’t always worth much.
     
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  4. Dnp2be

    Dnp2be Well-Known Member

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    What you said is also plausible in my mind. The writing a note actually makes perfect sense in the situation you described as well. Either way, I think the kids suffer all the same though. Mommy still isn’t around and they still don’t know what happened to her.
     
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