Discussion in 'Missing Persons Discussion' started by JerseyGirl, Sep 27, 2018.
How does she go to work if she doesn’t like to leave her house?
I'm beginning to think that report was in error. Interesting statement by her son in this article that "she didn't like to drive". So why leave in the car when both husband and son are on the way home? Suspicious New Details About The Texas Woman Who's Been Missing For 13 Days
The family and Crimestoppers are offering a total reward of $6,000 for information that leads to the location of Flint.
Family of missing woman, Crimestoppers offer $6K reward for info
She did not work, "soap mama".
Son of missing Rusk Co. woman: ‘My biggest fear is that it goes cold’
She didn't work. I'm wondering if the cell phone records were checked and if the husband actually did talk to his wife on the phone twice that day. Also, both sets of the cars keys were found IN the wrecked car, along with her eyeglasses in the passenger floorboard. I thought I had read somewhere that a divorce had been started, but now I can't find any information about it at all.
You might be thinking of the Cheryl Coker missing case. Both middle-aged women who left purse and phones behind and only their cars were found. Cheryl Coker had filed for divorce 09-21-18.
Where are you Kimberly
I was originally thinking self harm but why leave the home for that since she is alone all day.
The phone calls according to husband would have been from the house phone.
IMO somewhere between her house and where the vehicle was found.
This case reminds me very much of Susan Jacobson, who disappeared in 2013 from Roseville, CA. Married women, nearly the same age with grown sons, apparently suffering from a mild form of agoraphobia. They don't like to leave the house but they drive off one day and seem to vanish literally without a trace. And nobody seems to care much. I understand why these cases are not followed as closely as a Molly Tibbets or a Jayme Closs, but they haunt me.
So true it seems this lady has been suffering for quite awhile.I can't imagine what would have motivated her to drive after not driving for a long time with her husband due home in 35-45 minutes.
I don't think she was there.I think there were search dogs and they didn't pick up nothing.
Boy the sister in law threw it all out there.I find it strange the husband went to pick up the son first while his wife was missing at a wreck.
Good idea maybe she was off her meds.
I wonder if anyone had seen this woman recently?
I don't think that would be the case here either. Why leave the car and walk off? Why not just drive to your destination and commit suicide there if you did not want to do it in the home?
I would like to find some main stream media that has a last known sighting by someone besides the family members.