TN - Holly Bobo, 20, Darden, believed abducted 13 April 2011 - #28

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  1. Plumeria5

    Plumeria5 Well-Known Member

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    Girls can be brutal and extremely jealous! Have any of Holly's girlfriends spoken out? In the You Tube Video there were two other girls. Are those her friends from nursing school?
     


  2. Whisperer

    Whisperer Well-Known Member

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    At this moment, I am sensing that Holly was killed or injured in or near where the blood was found. She was placed in somebody's vehicle and driven away. The items found are a diversion.

    She had her lunch bag, her cell and perhaps her books with her. She was not being led into any woods carrying these items..imo. CB may be covering up an accident.
     
  3. JeannieC

    JeannieC New Member

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    Were any vehicles searched?
     
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    Article in Star magazine this month with Whitney states she signed on the same day Holly went missing. After she signed was when she found out what had happened. Her mom and Holly's mom are sisters.
     
  5. Whisperer

    Whisperer Well-Known Member

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    I am going back reviewing from the beginning. I came late to this case. Does anyone know Karen's maiden name?
     
  6. Whisperer

    Whisperer Well-Known Member

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    Holly looks just like her mother. Karen is a very young looking 50. Good looks must run in the family. I assume Karen's sister is attractive also. Look at Whitney! Lots of blonds and blue eyes back there.

    Seeing blonds where I live is a very rare experience so I am always amazed at how many are in the South.
     
  7. Whisperer

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    I keep reading that the Bobos had two dogs. It makes sense because CB referred to the little one as the "house dog".

    I have been led to believe they have a retriever dog also. WTH? IF true, what was that dog doing while all this was going on? Was the dog hurt during the abduction? Is that why the scream. Heck, it is late and my mind is overactive, but darn, this makes no sense. I have never heard the family mention the retriever but the boards do. Is it true?
     
  8. JeannieC

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    CB mentioned the indoor dog barking so I thought they must have an outdoor dog too. I'm not sure about the retriever but it is possible since they hunt. Retrievers are good "bird dogs" and CB does hunt turkeys.

    Most hunting dogs are kept in pens or at least all those I've ever seen are. They are trained to retrieve so most hunters don't let them run free even in the country. So the dog was probably out in a pen.
     
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    http://tasteofcountry.com/whitney-duncan-survivor-south-pacific-music-holly-bobo/
     
  10. JeannieC

    JeannieC New Member

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    Parsons First Cumberland Presbyterian Church Parsons, TN, 38363
     
  11. Whisperer

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    They have many many churches for a town of 2500...! You would think one or two would be enough. I would imagine if you're agnostic or atheist, you're in a world of doo in that part of the country.
     
  12. Whisperer

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    The way Karen answered that question about the cell, sent my hinky meter off. I think they did find it and Karen was not allowed to tell. At least that is the way I read her.
     
  13. TxLady2

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    You're kidding. One or two?? What would be the two choices... Baptist and Methodist? Or maybe Catholic?
    With 2500 people, there would be a good chance that there would be at least 10 different faiths among them. I live in a small town, too and we have at least 5 churches, all of different faiths. And outside town, there are several more. In my county alone, I am guessing there are probably more than 200 different churches. In the South, we are ALL about religion and faith.
     
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    Plumeria5 Well-Known Member

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    I live in the South and I am not ALL about religion and faith. <modsnip> Diversity rules. :twocents:
     
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    In fact, not sure why religion is being discussed at all, other than the actual pastor(s) who have stepped foward as a part of the Bobo public persona, although if Holly spent as much time at her church as has been indicated, of course the members should be considered as potential suspects and I hope they are.
     
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    I think the post opined that Southerners were "all about our faith" (loose quote) was trying to say the majority of Southerners are...and they are. People are free, even in the South not to participate. We are given a choice who we serve.
     
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    Are any organized ground searches being planned? I know there is a fundraiser and IIRC, KB said some of the money would go towards searches. Just wondered what sort of searches.

    I look at what is being done for Michelle Le and it is incredible to see the outpouring of support from all over. WS members donating food, etc.

    I wish that could be done in Holly's case. :sigh:
     
  19. CocoChanel

    CocoChanel Administrator Staff Member Administrator Moderator

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    I wonder how much of a mention Holly's abduction will get in this season's SURVIVOR. WD says in the article that she does talk about it on the show. I am skeptical of "reality" shows in general, as we know there is a certain amount of staging and theatrics that goes into making it interesting for TV. WD's participation in this show could be a good thing in that more people may learn about the case, and more eyes might increase the chance of someone providing that 'one clue' LE told us they have been waiting for. My dark side however imagines what a dramatic ratings-boost it would be to have Holly's location revealed on this show. Far-fetched I admit, but hmmmm....makes me think.
     
  20. Oriah

    Oriah Verified SAR (K9, Police, Maritime)

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    Thank you, wishuwerehere.

    All of this debate is such a fruitless pursuit in trying to bring Holly home IMO; and degrades the spirit and integrity of this forum.

    We are victim friendly, here- remember, folks?

    Now- how can we help find Holly??

    I bump this because this is Holly- and there are people hurting, missing her, and wanting her home:
    http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/holly-bobo/view

    Who cares what color, ethnicity, religion- whatever- she is??
    I see NO point in that train of thought at all.
     
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