Found Deceased TN - Evelyn Boswell, 15 months, Sullivan County, 26 DEC 2019 *MOM ARRESTED* #7

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  1. Meredith28

    Meredith28 Well-Known Member

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    Driving- I totally thought your username was DRIVING ANGRY this entire time. Until like, RIGHT NOW. Oh man. I'm sorry, but that is funny and totally O/T :D
     
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  2. Drivingry321

    Drivingry321 Well-Known Member

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    Haha! My daughter’s name is Ry, when she was a baby she would only fall asleep in the car. It’s become a very dumb, very overused joke in our family. I should of capitalized that ‘R’ hmmm oh well o_O
     
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    Meredith28 Well-Known Member

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    That's awesome, I love it! You don't need to change it...I just need to learn how to read LOL
     
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    Regarding MB’s responses and tendency to smile, I don’t read a lot into this. I am from the deep South as well. I was raised to never leave home without being neatly groomed, including makeup. Part of that is always smiling. Many people have asked me why I smile when I am discussing something negative or sad. It is a combination of things that lead me to this default reaction: 1. I have a difficult time showing emotional vulnerability in a public situation and 2. “Always present yourself with a smile” was drilled into me. It is both the way I was raised and a coping mechanism for me. I think MB is guilty of more than one crime and very likely killed her daughter - I do not judge her solely based on her public reactions, however.
     
  5. SCBaseballMom

    SCBaseballMom Well-Known Member

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    After everything we have learned recently, I agree strongly with someone who posted that there was a clear turning point for MB. Now, I feel like this may be related to MB being cut off financially by her family, JMO. It is clear that she had some financial difficulties that seem either new or heightened in the months prior to Evelyn’s disappearance. She lost her car, moved out of her home, etc. I feel that this change may have set many things into motion: MB had no money, no way to transport herself or Evelyn, and I am not sure if she had a place to live. I am not at all suggesting her response to these financial difficulties is anyone’s fault but her own, nor that MB shouldn’t have been financially cut off, but it seems like this may have been a catalyst. Clearly, there is a definite timeframe when it seems like everything changed that is very closely aligned with the timeframe that Evelyn went missing. All MOO.
     
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    I agree Kat, murdered, and/or abused children have always captured my heart, and soul. In all of the decades I've never become desensitized to their pain, and suffering.

    While it can be a heavy burden at times to carry, I'm very thankful God has made me to be one who can really FEEL great sympathy, empathy for all others who have suffered greatly.

    I wouldn't change one thing either.
    So at times like so many of us I have to step away at times to destress emotionally from forums ...especially murdered children.

    When I was in the hospital last week for 8 days, I went through the worst emotional trauma I've experienced since an abused child growing up, and what I had to endure from half of the nursing staff, and two of the specialists. Unfortunately my precious hubby had no choice, but to take me to the nearest hospital which is known as the worst rated hospital in our state. He knew I wouldn't have lasted taking me to another one 45 or 50 miles away. We just prayed I would be different, and they would give me proper care. Sadly, it did not happen, and if anything happens in the future I will never go back to that hellhole, and neither will my hubby or family members who also lives here.

    I couldn't be more blessed to have an excellent support system with my devoted husband, all 5 children, and dear friends. All have been so upset leading all of them to file complaints with the state against the hospital.

    So the reason I posted this information about my nightmare hospital stay is it has left me overlywrought emotionally than I usually feel following murder cases especially when it involves precious children like Evelyn's.

    So I know for my own emotional wellbeing I must take even more breaks than normal from her forum. She never leaves my mind or heart though. Evelyn was so precious with such a sweet smile that would light up any room.

    Jmhoo
     
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    I agree, but I've never become hardened in over 40 years. Each new one is like a new fresh deep wound.

    One of our beautiful great granddaughters is 17 months old. Shes so loved by everyone. During my hospital stay our oldest granddaughter sent me a video of them where our 17 month old great granddaughter, and our 4 year old great grandson is blowing me kisses!

    Now when I watch it I think of little Evelyn. :(

    Jmhoo
     
  10. Mountain_Kat

    Mountain_Kat Heca, Firimar !

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    Well Good Gravy Uncle Davy :rolleyes: ! I thought it was " drive in Gray ". I stupidly thought you must a be a local. From Gray.
     
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    Mountain_Kat Heca, Firimar !

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    I'm sorry you took my post the way you did. That wasn't my thinking at all. I have nothing but respect for all of my fellow WSers. I was simply pointing out the differences in perspective.
     
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    The gall of accusing them of not taking her seriously while all those resources for the Amber Alert were being wasted...
     
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    I took it like “I just want her back (bc now I’m could be getting in trouble and I thought everyone would believe my lies of where she was and this is now inconvenient for me)”
    imo
     
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    Mountain_Kat Heca, Firimar !

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    I went back and watched one of her interviews this morning. Knowing what we now know, the second viewing was a real eye- opener for me. :(
     
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    They haven’t said what evelyns body was found in, I imagine if it was wrapped in plastic and placed in a plastic tote there wouldn’t be a odor until the tote was opened? Especially with the weather the last 3 months.
    The fridge in my garage accidentally got unplugged at some point, and I had no idea until I opened the freezer for the first time in weeks and was hit with the strongest rotten meat smell. There’s def a possibility there wasn’t an odor
    IMO
     
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    also, the police went straight to the corner of the mobile home and retrieved the pillow and styrofoam....then they went straight to the shed and found Evelyn. Someone is talking, just not clue who?
    IMO it could be HW to get a plea deal? (Considering he was involved/knew info) He is the only one whose gone silent and we know has a lawyer
     
  19. Kittybunny

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    Oh thank you thank you thank you for saying this! I have been reading here and increasingly disbelieving at the refusal to accept that women, young women, and mothers do indeed deliberately murder their offspring. Sociopaths and evil come in all genders, shapes, sizes, and ages. The more we continue to say things like "she or he doesn't look like a killer" the more we place ourselves and loved ones in danger from ordinary evil wearing human skin next door. They look like us, smile like us, laugh like us...until they don't. And then they go back to wearing the mask. No one shows their evil all the time.

    IMO, she put her in the shed because she is no criminal mastermind, but she didn't report her missing either so she never expected anyone to look for poor baby Evelyn. So of course she didn't think she would be discovered. Sociopaths or selfish people can't imagine that others care about their children or wives. They are always surprised when people start asking questions because they discarded the other person in their mind long ago as even being human. They are just obstacles in the way of getting what or who they want.

    Perhaps the rationalization and excuses happen because there are many mothers here who cannot imagine doing this to their children, which is commendable. But we must accept that others can and do, or crimes against children will continue to go under-punished or not at all punished and taken seriously!
     
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    Dbm- double post
     
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