Correct. And if you listen to the Here Women Talk interview ( link ), Shannan's sister clarifies: Sister: We found, um, a Dr. [redacted] who actually had called my mom. um. The day after she was reported missing. And basically told her, um, a fabricated story. Cuz when we had confronted him about it he denied it. But he told my mom that he saw shannan and he basically uh, er, ran um, a little like uh treatment place, and he saw shannan, took her in, and then in the morning, you know, he let her go. And then the driver came to pick her up. So when we confronted him ... Woman: So let me just reframe this because... so, your sister runs missing from 1st man's house. There's 3 911 calls, police respond but never find her. And this man calls your mom and says I have a shelter or treatment center for people like this that are in this lifestyle and she stayed here and then she just walked off the next day, and she's fine. Sister: Yeah. That's what he said. And um. We tried to get more information. And he just. I dunno. He just. He was lying. Woman: And that's before you knew she was missing. Cuz he calls right away. Sister: He called. Um. He called. Like I think a day after we reported her missing.Which arguably jives with CPH's statement in his letter to Morairity ( link ). Even so, the question would be, why on earth would he agree to call Shannan's family in the first place? Esp considering he also claims, in those same letters, he had never even seen, much less, met Shannan. What was he planning to tell them? "Hello, you don't know me and I don't know your daughter, never heard of her, but these two guys came by and asked me to give you a call" That, imnsho, is ludicrous. Given his apparent propensity to lie, I highly doubt much in those letters to Morairity are true. Would love to find out what sort of relationship MP & CPH *really* have. And yes, I do believe they have some sort of arrangement, so to speak. And that the key to Shannan's death will lie therein. Whether said arrangement has to do anything with the other murders is another story altogether.