Discussion in 'Located Persons Discussion' started by JerseyGirl, Oct 15, 2018.
Yeah, people are people no matter where they live. Awful things happen everywhere.
Lift assist calls are very common. Caregivers often can’t pick up a person who has slid onto the floor from a wheelchair. Sometimes people slip while self-transferring from chair to wheelchair, or wheelchair to bed. People who live alone and use walkers trip and can’t get back up.
No school on the Friday before. Monday was a regular school day.
Barron Area School District - School Calendar
Friday October 12th was an in-service day. The children had a three day weekend because they had Friday October 12th off.
Does anyone know the actual address for the house? Thanks.
Can someone tell me where to find pics of the police removing evidence? And/or the evidence list someone posted? I cant find it. TIA
1268 US-8, Barron, WI 54812
Do students who live in Barron have a choice between Barron schools and Cameron schools?
nevermind, just found the answer. They can choose where to attend
"Wisconsin’s inter-district public school open enrollment program allows parents to apply for their children to attend school districts other than the one in which they live"
Cameron School District - Open Enrollment Info
Jayme could have run out thru that door - if police have some evidence of that, like footprints, then they would know she was alive when she left the house. Since a body hasn't been found nearby, that could lead to the assumption she's still alive.
I just wanted to chime in on an earlier discussion about gun shots heard by the Closses neighbors & the fact that it is common in rural areas.
We live in a very rural community (population is roughly 600). We have black bears, fox, coyotes, etc).
Over the summer, hubby & I were sitting out on the front porch when we saw something scurrying through our yard, towards our chicken coop. It was a fox. So hubby runs in to get his rifle & shot it into the air towards the woods just to scare the fox away. This happened at midnight. (We do have acreage & our neighbors are further away than the Closses neighbors are, but I am 100% certain they heard.)
It happened again, about 2 wks later, around midnight. Nobody called 911 either time because it is normal around our area. MOO
Welcome to Websleuths, Chrisssy!
There are photos and videos throughout the threads; my advice would be to start here: WI - WI - Jayme Closs, 13, Barron,Media, Maps and Timelines *NO DISCUSSION*
Also, see Whiskers16 post on page 1 of the thread.
I also am stumbling with what looks like two MO'S and makes me think two people. JMO
Gotta wonder if maybe denise and Jayme were hoping to god the neighbors heard gunshots and called the cops and maybe it was too risky for either to try so they just didn’t til later? That makes me think maybe Denise did call 911 knowing there was no hope for her own survival and trying to help her daughter?
You're doing great to narrow it down to 2. With all the different theories and the interpretations behind them, just as I discount one someone makes a compelling argument and I'm back on the fence again.
Regarding someone following mom or dad home from the casino after a win: casinos ask for your driver’s license or other photo ID if you win more than $1,200. So if either of them had won s big jackpot LE would have been able to check video from the casino to see who might have noticed the win, and/or followed them out.
Casinos have amazing cameras, the video and pictures are excellent. My wedding pictures didn’t look as clear.
I doubt she typically spent Sunday nights anywhere else but home. I think the killer was someone who worked with the parents and that's why they were both killed. Jayme could have been taken out into the middle of nowhere and abandoned. JMO
Same here. We live in the country and hear shots every night. We wouldn't call 911 unless they were followed by screams.
It's also human nature to hear something or see something and try to make it rational and normal. For instance, if you've ever been driving and someone coming toward you crosses the middle line you'll hesitate for a moment before reacting because you're trying to understand something that doesn't fit the rules. It's the same with this, especially when you mix it with the unique nature of living in rural WI, the couple heard shots and made a rational reason why it happened. "When you hear hoofbeats, think horses not zebras".
Agree. Let's be chill. During MT's case it was stated on Websleuth's that as information becomes stagnate , members get frustrated , sometimes chippy and I think that's happening.
Many here have had circumstances that bring us here, experiences that have perhaps made us strongly aware of the dark side of humanity- some much more than others and some experts who graciously bounce in to help sort things we know not of. Everyone here wants Jayme to be alive and to come home and most here feel a profound sadness carrying this with them through their days, checking WS , checking again and again...
Lois circa 1986 "Hope is fear that has said it's prayers."
Exactly! This is just our way of life I honestly think being out here really sharpens our senses. MOO