http://www.jacksonsun.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2011108210309 Clint, 25, halted studies at the University of Tennessee Martin, where he was working toward a degree in social work. He used to double date with her and ride four-wheelers, Karen said. The family ate dinner together almost every night, watched "American Idol" together and occasionally caught a movie on Sundays. Dana said the family rarely missed a week of "American Idol" last season. They have not watched TV at all since Holly disappeared, he said. Until Holly disappeared, safety was not a concern at their home in a rural area of Parsons. "I think at that point I knew something was wrong because I knew Holly had a test, a big test, that day," she said. "And at the time she came and told me that, Holly should've already been gone to school." Karen said Clint, who was at home asleep at the time, did not hear screams. "I had shut his bedroom door that day because she was studying, and I think he had a paper to write so he was planning on getting up later in the morning," she said. Holly had been an honor student since high school and was engrossed in her studying, Karen said. She attended nursing school on scholarship. It sounds to me like Clint lives at home, possibly has never left home. Karen closed Clint's door, early that morning, so he could get some sleep, totally motherly thing to do. This sounds like a normal loving, very close knit family. It doesn't seem like they were worried, before the abduction, or they were scared that something was going to happen. Karen had a normal reaction to the events that morning, read the article. It also stated where the three 911 calls came from. I don't get any hinkey feelings from this family, not any of them.