I don't tend to be one of those "conspiracy theorists" or those who automatically look at something and say "this doesn't pass the smell test" or whatever. But i'm struggling with the facts here... While I don't think there is any way in hell that his 4 year old sister wouldn't have cracked upon questioning if Noah in fact wasn't with them out there, I'm having a hard time that the dogs didn't pick up a single scent. How is that possible??? I also think the possibility of a stranger abduction or even a familiar abduction is so remote that it's not even a possibility. I mean, let's face it. If he was in fact enjoying nature/woods with Grandma and big sister, what are the chances that he just happened to walk away/slip away and at that exact same time a kidnapper or criminal or whatever just happens upon him in that exact few minutes when he is out of grandma's sight? It just doesn't seem plausible. So then i'm left back at square one. Him falling into a hole or down an embankment, or even into a pond or creek...AT LEAST the dogs would have picked up his scent right at the beginning from where He and Grandma/Sister were hanging out or walking. But now the sheriff has said they've found absolutely no scent at all? How can that be?? I'm just lost...and heartbroken for this little boy who must have been so scared and confused.