- Jul 28, 2013
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I can't get AJ off my mind. I have such an awful feeling about this.
wow I having really mixed up feelings about Anjelica tonight, her case and the adults in her life.
I'm aware of this elephant of which you speak but I'm not sold 100%
I am sitting on the fence. I've got some sort of internal 'slimy salesman alarm/radar'...a 6th sense maybe. I can pick up on it, being played or BS'd, in a split second. I get that vibe from him...radar was going off. But still I am not sure. Maybe he sold me.
She had a MySpace and a Twitter account as Anjelica Hoffer a few years ago. Both were using @metsgirl111AJ's SM is pretty tightly locked, good for her.
1. Seeing her boards on Pinterest about her ideas for a future wedding really rips my heart out. Makes me really want to believe she is still out there and doing okay.
2. I am in total agreement w. something having happened to her earlier than the third. That would mean that the neighbor's story about seeing her truck wasn't true, but it has become clear lately that no one REALLY knows what time she was anywhere. Like, if she met up with her dad at a gas station around 1pm for cash, why would she drive to the house an hour later? Makes no sense.
Anyway she tweets roughly 15 times a day. In the days leading up to her disappearance she was tweeting even more frequently - I imagine since it was spring break she had more time on her hands. Then it completely stops on March 1st. That is ridiculously abnormal! If she is still in contact with her parents via cellphone by the 3rd, it makes no sense whatsoever that she would not be tweeting for a few days straight considering she literally tweets all the time. ESPECIALLY if something was going on in her life... you would think she would be tweeting more like "ugh so stressed" or something.
Who would have AJ gone with without a struggle in that short amount of time? Unless there was a weapon pointed at her where she feared for her life, this girl seems like she would have been a fighter! I would have imagined there would have been a struggle from the house to the car, yelling, fighting. This is such a short time frame. There must have been a struggle unless she went with someone that she felt comfortable leaving with. A person she knows. Someone she was not afraid of that she would leave the safety of her home and go with. If a person she was afraid of came to her door, I imagine she would have not let them in or answered the door.
Long time lurker on here . This case didn't sit well with me since it first started . The more we find out the more unsettling it is . I listened to the interview and now have more questions then answers .
I am in agreement with you. I have many more questions. The more I listen to the timeline, the less I believe it.
I hope locals following this thread for AJ, to help find her, and who have followed the zigzagging timeline from day to day, take heart that time does clear things up, whether we want it to or not, inevitably, it seems to me.