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Originally posted by Chazam
FALLBROOK, Calif. - The author of an explosive new book about the disappearance of a Fallbrook family three years ago said he believes Summer McStay killed her husband and took off with the couple's boys.
"I personally believe that Summer probably killed Joseph and we should be looking for Summer and the two kids, rather than a family of four that decided to just flee on their own," said author
Sounds like a reasonable explanation.
Originally posted by research100
Originally posted by Malynn
Really weird story. I've never heard this one before. I read the stories linked earlier in the thread. Very eery. It would be interesting to read the personal emails the author of the book about the mystery had access to.
some email indicated that before they got married, he was trying to find her dad (her family grew up without him), she made it Very clear that he was to stop. Another, one, she resented having to take care of his son from a previous marriage.
www.dailymail.co.uk...edit on 3-8-2013 by research100 because: dang speling
the fbi is now on the case, here is an interesting tidbit :Investigators say that on Jan. 28, days before they disappeared, someone used the McStay’s computer to find information about travel to Mexico and passports for children.
Read more: ktla.com...edit on 3-8-2013 by research100 because: added info
Originally posted by Grifter42
Day tourists don't leave for their trips under cover of darkness without any apparent preparations.
Originally posted by TheLieWeLive
What is the nationality of Mrs. McStay? The kids are named Gianni, and Guiseppe Mateo McStay. That's pretty Central/South American sounding to me and with names like that they would blend right in.
Originally posted by Char-Lee
Originally posted by CyberGarp
Originally posted by Char-Lee
They would have had to used ID to cross the border so either they had new ID or the part about leaving it behind is wrong.
Not true. I've travelled Mexico on many occasions. I've walked in, driven in, flown in. Only once was I ever asked for ID, and that was entering Quintana Roo by plane. Getting back into the US, well that's another matter, you need ID, you will be questioned, your luggage can spend up to a month in a customs facility being examined, etc.
Really? I went in the 70's have they changed things that much?
Originally posted by Martin75
When we say fountains wasn't it large personalized fountains like you would find in a high end office? I don't think it was the kind that you can buy at Wal-Mart.....?
Originally posted by j.r.c.b.
reply to post by Rainbowresidue
I agree as far as leaving in a hurry. I've followed this case from the beginning. When they left, it seemed they were in the middle of preparing dinner....food was left out on the counters, none of the mothers eye glasses were taken, but I also understand some suspicion here. WHY, WHY did they need to look up info on the computer regarding getting passports for the children?? I'm also suspicious of the mom, because of all the name changes....this ones a hard nut to crack....I feel so sorry for the boy Joey left behind. From what I understand, he was very close with his 1st son.....I hope the boys, if not the family are found alive.......someday.........
The human remains of the family have likely been found near Victorville out in the high desert:
What a shame if it is really them!
The mystery deepens....