TX TX - Jason Landry, 21, en route from TSU to home, car found crashed at Luling, 14 Dec 2020

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  1. MichelleBlue

    MichelleBlue Well-Known Member

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    I don't agree that in complete darkness outdoors you cannot see anything. I have been outside far from city lights in complete darkness and after about 15 minutes your eyes adjust to the darkness. Also, it would depend on the phase of the moon that night. IMO regardless hope he is found soon.
     


  2. happyday

    happyday Well-Known Member

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    It was unfortunately a new moon, so no moonlight at all.
     
  3. uburoi1

    uburoi1 Well-Known Member

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    Head injury. Either struck by a car post accident, gathered up and tucked away, or into water or heavy foilage he went.
     
  4. Curious_in_NC

    Curious_in_NC Well-Known Member

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    They pay $5 a tail. That reminds me of a Robert Earl Keen song about armadillos. Texas humor.
     
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  5. California Sunset

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    The quote said 'someone was driving by about an hour earlier and nothing was there'. Then, it's quoted 'the accident most likely happened between 2330 and 0030 hrs (11:30 pm to 112:30 am).

    I'm telling you IMH Educated Opinion, the timing is way too convenient. Think about it.
    Someone drives by. Within half an hour or less, someone else comes by
    alone, has an accident, (think about this. Do you really have an accident, try to get yourself together, get out of the car and disappear, all before someone else comes by within an hour.) This is not how something like this happens. Okay, Murphy's Law. But I'm telling you, this is so unlikely how all of this happened. It's like a badly written book. I know truth is stranger than fiction. But something, or someone, is missing. Maybe it was a one car accident, but that doesn't mean he didn't have a little help. Someone else could have caused that accident without actually hitting his car. Someone could have 'helped' him away from the scene, but even that doesn't make sense. Think through a time line. How long does a car accident take? What happens immediately after? You don't jump right out of the car. It takes time to pull yourself somewhat together. Then, it takes time to get out of the car, stand there and think and then move on. Is it possible someone else came along, didn't see him in the road and hit him?
    Something in this sequence is missing. Someone in this chain of events isn't admitting to their presence.
    Anybody want to give this some thought? I guess it's terrible to say, but in law enforcement, the last person to see someone is unfortunately someone they look at. Family members, too, but this was not at home. Was someone else in the car with him? Who saw Jason leave the campus?
    I'll say IMO, or 'I've read too many books.'
     
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  6. MichelleBlue

    MichelleBlue Well-Known Member

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  7. Attempt2Locate

    Attempt2Locate Former Member

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    I have photos of the area and trees he wrecked at. They were from SAR on site. There are not yet posted on MSM and I doubt they will be cause these were taken several days ago. I don’t think if I can post here, correct?
     
  8. California Sunset

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    Were these since the wreck or prior to? If it's the actual site, isn't it admissible? You're new, and I'm asking you, lol. Sorry. I don't know was SAR is. In the beginning of the thread, someone posted a photo of that road. If your photos are similar? Ask a staff member.
     
  9. Triple L

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    Thanks for explaining all of that! I only have my iPad and was trying to look at maps earlier and for some reason every time I pull up a map it disappears as soon as I try to zoom in on anything.
     
  10. cujenn81

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    I think you can only post them if they are your pictures. And by yours, I mean that you took the photos.
     
  11. :+:MrTT:+:

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    Where the car was found. Thats the killing fields of Texas correct? is this the place see link.
    Texas Killing Fields (location) - Wikipedia

    They searched around a oil field. Is it the Calder Oil Field?

    Caldwell County, Texas. or is it this Caldwell, Texas

    looks like he made a right turn, hit something spun around and the trunk ending up against a tree. Decent rate of speed going down that road, looking at the damage. running from someone?. Trying to get out of the area, being followed perhaps? Someone perform a pit maneuver? He made had left his cell phone because he didn't have time to look for it. He was running from the area, not walking perhaps from being chased?

    The dog lost scent. Because he was picked up by someone. I don't think it was friendly forces either. Because if they were friendly, He would be home by now. Or at least found in a hospital. But that has not happened.

    THE ABOVE IS ALL MOO. SPECULATION. NOTHING POSTED AS BEING A FACT UNLESS OTHERWISE KNOWN OR UNKNOWN TO BE. JUT THEORIES, ASSUMPTIONS NOTHING FACTURAL. THINKING OUT LOUD,. OUTSIDE THE BOX.
     

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  12. Rosiebones

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    Why would LE have found his car at 2 AM and notified his parents? Why would they be patrolling this isolated, gravel road? It seems strange to me that they would have been out on that road that late at night without having received a tip or something. MOO MOO MOO
     
  13. Dallas Volunteer

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    Jason's car was found by a volunteer firefighter who was returning from a call per below article.

    Search continues for missing Texas State student
     
  14. rrsafety

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    Sorry, but I have NO idea why any of this timing is suspicious or confusing for you.
     
  15. bkgregg5

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    It was stated in an article posted somewhere earlier in this thread that a volunteer firefighter returning from a call saw the car and called it in.
     
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    No the killing fields was further into Houston near Galveston. Stretch of I45.
     
  17. slt66

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    Did he make any calls with his cell phone after leaving the college?
     
  18. Rosiebones

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    Thanks, I had not picked that up.
     
  19. ZZ Topps

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    Perusing through Googlemaps and using whatever pictures and info I can find, I think the abandoned house thats referenced in articles that dogs tracked his scent to is 2379 Salt Flat Rd. The image is an old one, but even then it looked unkempt. About 30 yards down the road is a pretty thick tree that would be capable of doing the damage seen on the car and there aren't alot of them right on the road itself. It's the gravel part of the road so it checks that box also and its a pretty good ways from the center of town. There is also a decent sized pond not far from it where they say 5 dogs tracked his scent to and had it drained. I think this may be the spot. Stands to reason he was lost, going too fast, noticed the house on his right and took his eyes off the road long enough to lose control and smack the tree in a spinout. All speculation of course, but it makes sense.
     
  20. happyday

    happyday Well-Known Member

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    I was wondering this too. Did his parents know he was on his way? Did he call them when he left? They were asleep at 2am when they got the call. If they knew he was driving home at that time and never made it they would have been worried.
     
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