- Dec 6, 2017
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Has MSM mentioned if grandma is still in town?
Seriously? New home construction? Like a track of homes? Do you have a link?Nice residential properties.
I couldn't reply because the quote was on the previous page but I was responding to your comment that you've never heard of anyone sliding down into a cave. Not saying I think that happened, just showing why it's another remote possibility in a case "outside the norm"Thanks, Honey. I'm not sure why you singled me out for this info, though. I'm a local, and a back country hiker and I've even done some spelunking (although, I do NOT enjoy it. I'm a bit claustrophobic. ). But anyway, good information.
I don't yet have much of an opinion on the truck mentioned.
I am still working on the theory the child wandered off and got lost.
I did a "virtual fly over" the area with google satellite, and well....it's clear how challenging this search is. LE pro's know what they are doing. Here are my thoughts on how to narrow the search area....
I think the best way to find her (if she is lost) is behavioral profiling. The best source of info are the siblings, but they will have to be gently coaxed; LE who interview children know all the best approaches with dolls, games, pets, etc. Children clam up in situations like this, thinking they will get in trouble for some perceived contribution to the child's missing status, so cleverness is required.
Here is what I would want to know as a starting point:
1. Where had the child roamed off to before and was reprimanded?
2. Does she have a friend near by (even older) that she would want to visit? (Get cookies from elderly neighbor, etc.)
3. Did she leave anything at school/pre-school she would want to retrieve or go look at?
4. Was there a store near by where she would want to go buy candy or treats?
5. Animals near by that she wanted to go see? I noticed there is a hay ride place fairly close by. Did she like going there to see the horses?
6. Where did she like to hide?
7. etc. etc. etc.
Most important, her siblings likely know what mischief she liked to get in to. They need to be queried again. That territory is really challenging. IF you've ever participated in a search, you know how hard it is to find people outdoors.
Amateur opinion and speculation
This article is interesting, it mentions that Summer's mother has a sister who went missing as well. What are the chances of something like this happening in a family twice?
TBI: No evidence linking Summer Wells’ disappearance with that of her aunt’sThis article has more details. Summer Wells isn’t first family member to disappear
Rose Marie Bly – The Charley Project
I don't see any obvious possible connection, though 2009 and Wisconsin kind of got my attention.
I thought I remembered that it was said early on that her siblings were the last to see her, so I had to dig around.
Screenshot from this article.
AMBER ALERT: Search continues for 5-year-old Hawkins County girl
I would think if they found something unrelated to the investigation at hand but still found the children in an unsafe environment they could and would be removed.Right. But the comment I was replying to made it sound like they can't be taken away no matter what. Like there's some rule that kids can't be taken away during an active investigation? That's what I was asking for clarification on.
Were you or someone you know driving a reddish Toyota pickup truck around the Beech Creek and Ben Hill roads area of Hawkins County on June 14 or 15?
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation would like to talk with that driver about what he or she saw that could be related to the case of 5-year-old Summer Wells. She was reported missing June 15.
“Search efforts do remain underway through the weekend,” TBI spokeswoman Susan Niland said. “The tip search as of this afternoon (Saturday) stands at 468.”
Search for Summer Wells now includes search for Toyota pickup truck driver (bbm)
People.. i do all of that, paint, tile, carpentry, drywall, home renovations and have all that stuff all the time. Ladder racks, buckets, tools. Just saying. Its not inclusive to one industry.
Thinking the same, the FBIs can run a state list by county. Maybe the FBI has contacted most of the owners in the county and now it's down to a person they can't locate. FBI would run criminal backgrounds on the owners in the county/state. Hoping they have a POI in mind and the community can locate the truck.Can't they run the model/year/color and find a few of those in that county? How many people in 2021 have a 1998-2000 rig registered. With that description? If 1998 that's a 23 year old work pickup. There's something funny going on, they should already have a list of owners, if not the exact drivers. LE already would have canvassed shops and registered tradespeople, "yellow pages", re drywall services, if that's what the gear is for.
bbmI was on my way down before the last press conference. That press conference sealed the deal for me . When LE doesn't seem inclined to trust the version of events being told to them by someone who says they were there...that just speaks volumes to me.
They may have that information and playing their cards closely. I would speculate FBI first tried without public assistance, unsuccessfully.My only question with if it’s caught on video, wouldn’t they have an exact date and time it was in the area? That is what makes me think a person reported seeing it and noticed it because it was unfamiliar. MOO