posted on Nov, 20 2013 @ 11:07 PM
Wow, lots to read there.
So according to the articles, the victims were involved in multiple lawsuits, disability claims, and other questionable legal/financial matters, to
the point that they seem to be scam artists.
The husband was alleged to be looking into some other source of money that he didn't want to involve his wife in.
The wife bought a gun privately before the disappearance, and it is apparently unaccounted for, along with a mystery briefcase the wife was seen
They both lost a lot of weight before-hand and started acting strange- talking about demons/spirits, driving mom out of town and kicking her out of
the car, supposedly even doing the paranormal activity style trance walk and stare thing on camera.
The truck sounds kind of staged- keys locked inside, none of the basic pocket items being carried on anyone's person, an 11 page hate letter left
behind (how does a letter like that end up in a car that the couple drives around in trying to buy a new house together? doesn't that kind of thing
tend to float around the house until it is thrown away at the end of the fight?).
All of this sounds like drugs or some other risky business to me. Why is the money still there then? Well who says its all of the money? Maybe they
didn't take their cut to a meet and were only robbed of the actual buy money or drugs or whatever they might have been handling. Maybe they skimmed
off the top and got caught.
But on the tinfoil side, this is part of a cluster of disappearances that David Paulides deals with in Missing 411 and talked about on Coast to Coast
AM, it does have lots of interesting paranormal facets. A lot of his cases almost seem as if people were lured into danger in places where there
shouldn't have been anyone with an opportunity to do so. The area does have a tradition of legends about outlaws and wildmen lurking in the caves. Go
any way you like here- did the guy make a deal with the devil and not want to involve his wife? Did nature not want their crap and decide to deal with
And then there's the simplest possible explanation- they were bizarre people who went to see about some land, finished, went back to the car and
found they had locked in their keys, or maybe thought they'd lost the keys outside the car, so they walked for help or to look for the keys and got
lost or injured and froze to death?