I can agree with you on that one. I didn't have the best childhood and well years later things came back to me that I had to confirm with family. The car wreck thing too. I had a crazy wreck back in 01 that I lost the whole night and next day.<quoted text>
Make a fresh pot of coffee so we might all smell it. I do not believe any member of the Bobo family is in the business of deceiving anyone about 4/13 or anything to do with Holly. I believe it is possible that Clint suffered shock this date and not a person recognized it. Just the opposite occurred since it was probably viewed necessary by LE to interrogate Clint immediately for several hours non-stop to get ever piece of information that could be obtained concerning Holly and the crime scene. Consider this. In certain situations when we experience shock, our body will protect itself and we have no control over the form of protection that the body uses. The brain is the center that offers this form of protection. In many cases, the body can suffer greatly from shock if not treated properly. There are several poster that are in the nursing field that post on this site that can verify certain things along this theory.
Personally, I experienced a bad car accident in my past, walked away from the scene without any visible markers. I later begin to regain certain memory of things around the scene of the accident approx. six months later. No, I never recognized my loss of memory until I started to remember and the memory came back to me in bits and pieces over a time span of the next several weeks. I was told it was probably shock and my brain just shut off certain memory for my own protection. A very weird feeling of recognizing something you now know about your past that you didnít know minutes before. Are there any of you that have experienced anything similar to this? It could certainly explain some of the questions most everyone seems to be having with Clint/Karenís statements. This is no more than a theory.
I also wanted to address the topic of the dogs not getting the scent. It is obvious the guy was decked out in camo..I know that when hunting we often used different masking agents. Fox pee, doe urine and on and on. Now I have no knowledge of scent tracking dogs but it seems that these agents may be able to throw them off. I have also heard that walking in a creek or in water could trick the dogs but thats "hollywood". I have thought that just because Clint saw them walking towards the woods doesn't necessarily mean they went into the woods. They could have walked right out to the road to a vehcile. I have thought since the begining that she was out of the immediate area before LE started searching. Can't do that on foot or an ATV.