Discussion in '1970's Missing' started by Cubby, Mar 17, 2010.
And if she couldn't leave the house, was she at the shop with tt? That was his alibi
If Mrs. Arnold knew Cotton had driven TT to the shop that morning, it makes sense she would confirm the alibi....She knew he took him.
Cat, you said you came up with the idea that there was a "missing car".
What prompted that?
That absolutely would make sense.
I wish we could say for certain if it was Rachel's mother or father that said they were at the shop with Rachel's husband.
On this site, I always see it attributed to Mrs. But as I posted last week, there is comment on the FB site, where a woman says that she has seen the police report and that it said Mr.
If Cotton did in fact take TT to the shop, it would make even more sense that Cotton validated the alibi.
If dad took TT to work then it would make sense that Rachel asked her mom to go as she was home alone- not taking care of sick husband.
When did Tommy get out of the Army? did he serve his whole stint?
No . due to the death of his Dad
I understood that it was a Chevrolet Impala that the group was looking for, as in it was the "missing" car.
So am I correct he was in the Army when Shana and him split?
I believe so, my understanding is His Dad handled the Lawyer for him.
but I really get the feeling that you already know this
for some reason Rusty just hasn't shut that rumor down. He's NEVER had an impala. And for a second let's say a car he had access to went messing from a transmission shop like rumors say... Where is the owner and why didn't they throw a fit because I would have. Lets remember it wasn't a car lot, it was a repair shop.
No I didn't , I don't know a whole lot
People who can't afford repairs sometimes abandon the car at the repair shop.
okay mechanics lein even... but if done legally it wouldn't be without a trace
I don't know how someone, not involved in a crime that hasn't been committed, posts a letter [Monday between noon and 6pm] that arrives at one of the victim's homes addressed to her husband confirming the "initial" police impression that the girls "ran away" can be a hoax - before it's on the news. The letter is critical evidence. Evidence of what? That is subject to interpretation.
I knew him in the most casual way. My dad taught history at our school. Being a teacher's kid I was acquainted with a lot of kids. There is no place to hide. If I made a mistake - feel free to correct it. My memories and recollections are my own.
Ok it’s just this is the first I’ve seen his military days brought up
I disagree. We were raised "Southern" and that "invitation" can be seen as a way of saying "I love you"; "I wish things were different." We cannot possibly know why Rachel asked if her mother wanted to come along. If her mother says she dropped by and invited her to go, just leave it at that. It's a tick on the timeline.