True. I guess it would only be in the case that he was located and didn't wish it to be disclosed to his family? I'd have assumed the Police would have after a certain time if there was lack of progress, but I'm guessing that's not standard practise? You make a good point actually, I'd forgot Bow Road is essentially overground, so messaging him would make a lot more sense and would have worked. My thoughts about going to the platform were based on usually at Underground stations you don't get signal down at the platforms. I guess that makes it even more strange, because he wouldn't have to go there and risk being sick inside to let him know. I'd have thought if he decided that was what he was going to do, that he'd send the message fairly early on having decided to walk or whatever. So if something happened I think it must have happened within close proximity to the area. I thought about the possibility of some form of Taxi or Uber but would he want to risk that if unable to control his stomach? The fees for throwing up and putting the vehicle out of action can be quite big. Your idea of him going down a side street to throw up further in peace I could see having happened. The Magistrates CCTV I'd hope would be able to indicate that. If there was some kind of random attack down a side road, it'd still be unusual for the body to then be taken IMO. But then this does seem quite unusual in general.