Hello Winterbells - sorry not to reply earlier owing to the need to sleep! First of all, you'd have to know that the site at the end of Town End Road was there. It's not the sort of place you'd just stumble on, certainly not in the early hours of a freezing February morning. It would be interesting to know if that little bit beyond the car park on Google Street View where it looks as though you could get up and stand on the sea wall is used by people doing sea fishing generally, and whether the current suspect was one of those. He would also have had to have the presence of mind to know that the tide would be in. As far as the route is concerned, generally, my experience of the estimated times given by Google's journey planner apps is that they tend to assume you are driving a Batmobile, or that car that Winston Wolf drives, or near offer. I would have said 20 minutes is optimistic, to say the least. Maybe someone local on here could drive it and advise (only joking...) But even if it was 20 minutes that's a 40 minute round trip and add on something for the actual disposal of the body you must be looking at the best part of an hour. Plus once you take the turning for Paull, you are down to creeping along country lanes in the dark. The last thing you want is a prang with one of the locals driving home late from the pub... There is also the linked issue of speed, and route. You don't want to be caning it with the pedal to the metal all the way, just in case you trip a red light camera or a speed camera or there's a cop car lurking down a side street. Yet, conversely, you don't want to be going so sedately that you draw attention to yourself & provoke them to pull you over anyway, on a "fishing" expedition (ie where they stop you for having something like a defective brake light and then go over the whole car on that pretext) The most direct route, the one which you discussed last time we talked on the matter, would have had less traffic, but would that have been a good thing? It might have been better to blend into the city centre traffic - presumably heavier - then take Hedon Road, even though it's longer in miles. Having said all of that, it's a plausible enough theory, and there was that sighting of a body off Paull, and all kudos to you for persisting with the Googling. As we have both discovered, there are in fact very few places along the waterfront of Hull where you could drive to within carrying distance of deep water close inshore and not appear on CCTV or indeed be spotted by real human beings. I freely admit that I am a bit hazy on how long it was between Libby going missing and the current suspect being arrested on unrelated charges, but obviously if he had somehow concealed her after the initial incident, he could have retrieved and disposed of the body out at Paull in a more planned way which meant that he wouldn't necessarily had to have had prior knowledge of the place, or the tides.