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originally posted by: research100
a reply to: Missmissie173
thanks for posting that, I was going to but forgot about it with the other stuff I was thinking I wondered if they didn't see any circling birds??.....even if they didn't do a walk search in that area, did they send the drones in that area the copters
originally posted by: WanDash
a reply to: Answer
Some interesting thoughts.
My take on the ME saying that he had been dead "a few days"...was that the body was in bad enough shape (scavengers, nature, etc...) that making such a determination, at this time, would have been a foolish call.
Likewise - at no point, did they say anything that could be construed to fit with "dead only a few days".
It seemed that they left room in their comments to allow for death to have occurred as far back as later facts might make necessary.
originally posted by: FistOfFreedom
Anyone else think "shapeshifter?"
originally posted by: Missmissie173
a reply to: diggindirt
I read that the average autopsy takes somewhere between 2 to 4 hours, but processing the results takes around a month.
However, the research report I read said that the victims next of kin can call the Coroner directly to get the results before they are made available to the public.
From your experience, is that the case?
After these two became seperated it's like the movie goes silent. Byars has never said once, that Herdman called to him or anyhthing like that. How does anyone explain that? At the bottom of a canyon where sound is easily traveled and heard? And what does it point too?
no one has mentioned this ....but....if herdman just ran off after the dog that night and fell off the cliff,wouldn't Byars have heard a scream, he was there looking for him,,,,,the river runs in a steep canyon......which begs many questions ...did he fall, if so when did he fall....if there is a time gap,where was he ........
...He'd fallen off the edge of a mountain or cliff...
...The length of time before Herdman was found makes it impossible to pinpoint when the fall happened...
The condition of the body just indicates that he's been dead for days...
We don't know if it was the day the search began or the day he became separated from his friend, that's something we can't be certain...
There's no information or anything to make us believe that it was anything other than accidental...