Very good post! As I have said before, it seems to me that many of the above statements you made concerning this crime is what sets it apart from other abductions of young women in Holly's age group. And if her family is completely innocent of whatever happened, they are at an extreme disadvantage. First of all, far too many homicides in this country today are committed by family members. In addition, Holly's family were in close proximity or in the same area she was, when she was abducted.<quoted text>:
Zup, Yes, it is 'outside the box'. After close to 2 yrs. of hearing little to nothing about a missing girl, I'm still searching for aleast .
The actions of family and LE leave me with way too many questions:
1. was it an intervention of somekind?
2. was it an arguement that led to murder?
3. did she leave with someone family didn't approve of?
4. was she accidently killed?
5. Is she in a witness protection program?
6. was she kidnapped/that morning?
7. did she disappear 'before' 4:30 am that morning?
8. Why did she disappear on 4/13, her favorite Bible verse?
9. What did she tell to her girlfriend to cause her to cry at 8:05 that same morning?
10. Why has LE basically stopped searching and still allowed private searches to continue, for what?
11. Why were 'things not what they seemed'?
12. Why did C. assume/know H. would not be found anytime soon?
13. Why did C. speak as if he was Not in the house when he saw 'thought it was Holly"?
14. What was K. told or knew that caused her to 'panic' that morning at school?
15. Why all the hush, hush, secrets, nothing said for 3 months?
16. Why was Gov. called in the middle of the night inorder to get an immediate large reward in this particular case?
I can go on and on with many unanswered questions.
WHY, is why I'm still checking in from time to time, with assorted/far-out theories..although I feel the simplest theory is the closest to answering these questions ..all jmo..
Many times, when women are abducted, murdered, or disappear never to be found again, one can analyze with probabilities as to how they became victims. Far too many times young adults think they are invulnerable. College kids fall into that category - if they have moved away from home to live in a dorm, they want to spread their wings and show that they are an adult. Even if their parents have taught and warned them of dangers, too many times they don't take heed. They are tempted to join others in underage drinking and inhabit places they have no business being in.
There are perps who stalk college towns (large and small) and are just waiting for an unsuspecting young student to stagger out of a bar or other places that have been serving alcohol. If her friends scatter and go other directions, she can be attacked while walking back to her dorm; worse yet, some actually attempt to walk several blocks back to their destination. Sometimes drinking is not even involved, but young females far too many times put themselves in risky situations without thinking. I am much more cautious than I used to be when I go jogging - and enjoying a stroll in a quiet countryside can be very dangerous, unfortunately.
HOWEVER, none of the above scenarios fits the crime against Holly.She was attending college while living at home. She should have been safe since she was just leaving to go to her class that April sunny morning. She obviously knew her older brother was in the house whether he was sleeping or not. She had studied for her test and was looking forward to getting it over with. WAS she safe? NO! Why? We are given innuendos that her mother was very easy to jump to a conclusion that she was in immediate danger when Clint told her that Hollly's car was still at the house. There are some missing links here that causes this crime to be very, very strange.
As far as that Bible verse, I think it was Karen's, not Holly's. Regardless, I think that was coincidental and nothing else, IMO.