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Missing family in Eufaula, Ok.


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#16    Taun

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Posted 10 August 2012 - 04:25 PM

Lady Kasey.. what you posted certainly raises some flags...  Based on that I would be tempted to say that they may have been so 'out of it' that they killed themselves and their child...

But a drug deal gone bad is another distinct possibility...  If the briefcase they reportedly had was full of cash to buy drugs (or the otherway around) it would explain why it was never found... whoever killed them kept it...

Not sure why the vehicle was locked with the key in the ignition and her purse (spare key?) there... Either they were forced out of the car (no apparent sign of struggle), or got out and knew they were not getting back in...

But they definitly seem to have been acting a bit 'odd'...

I really feel bad for the child...


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Posted 23 September 2012 - 10:12 PM

What an odd case to be sure. The footage of them acting strange on their property is intriguing along with them acting strangely and telling their Pastor their home was basically haunted.


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Posted 25 September 2012 - 12:34 PM

Their little dog was left in the truck. 30 grand was found under the truck seat.

Someone knows- or knew- what happened to that family, and whoever it was didn't know- or if they did, they didn't care- about the money, or the little dog.


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Posted 27 September 2012 - 06:35 PM

View PostTaun, on 10 August 2012 - 04:25 PM, said:

Lady Kasey.. what you posted certainly raises some flags...  Based on that I would be tempted to say that they may have been so 'out of it' that they killed themselves and their child...

But a drug deal gone bad is another distinct possibility...  If the briefcase they reportedly had was full of cash to buy drugs (or the otherway around) it would explain why it was never found... whoever killed them kept it...

Not sure why the vehicle was locked with the key in the ignition and her purse (spare key?) there... Either they were forced out of the car (no apparent sign of struggle), or got out and knew they were not getting back in...

But they definitly seem to have been acting a bit 'odd'...

I really feel bad for the child...
Seems it was like a deal of some sort, they may have locked the car in order to prevent the seller or dealer to get away. The demons could of been the gang watching them in thier home.


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Posted 29 October 2012 - 07:36 PM

Any update on this case?


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Posted 29 October 2012 - 08:09 PM

View Postseeking8, on 29 October 2012 - 07:36 PM, said:

Any update on this case?

Not really, but I found a video that gives some extra info I haven't read in this thread yet:





Some old videos from just after their disappearance :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jHj4R-3SNhc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9pSWVP1foo&feature=related

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Edited by Abramelin, 29 October 2012 - 08:11 PM.


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Posted 29 October 2012 - 08:46 PM

The picture of the little girl captured on the cell phone made me feel creeped out the lady who is friends with the mother is right the child looks scared also the child looks away from the camera like she is looking at something. This case has so much info yet so little leads.

Is it me or does the child look like she is staring at something that is scaring her?


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Posted 29 October 2012 - 09:15 PM

View Postseeking8, on 29 October 2012 - 08:46 PM, said:

The picture of the little girl captured on the cell phone made me feel creeped out the lady who is friends with the mother is right the child looks scared also the child looks away from the camera like she is looking at something. This case has so much info yet so little leads.

Is it me or does the child look like she is staring at something that is scaring her?

With a mother like she had (has?) I can imagine the girl is scared sh1tless.


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Posted 30 October 2012 - 10:04 AM

the following blog makes a good case as to why they disappeared, concluding that they are safe and left by their own free will (read the comments too)

http://keepthesearch...jamison-family/

however, leaving the dog, the 30k and the picture of the daughter by the rocks - these things don't make sense to me, leaving me to doubt the above conclusion. The writer believes that it is to make it seem more convincing that they just disappeared, but these measures seem a little unnecessary and OTT

Edited by baking, 30 October 2012 - 10:05 AM.


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Posted 13 March 2013 - 04:46 AM

I think as a rational human being we can all agree that people generally don't drive into the vast wilderness with $32K cash unless they are running away from someone.  Drug use, drug dealing, and other illegal activities, in my opnion at least, is a very plausible reason for the disappearance of this family.  I just don't see anything "paranormal" about this.  The fact that the idea of demons and evil spirits is even being considered in regards to this case saddens me.


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Posted 15 March 2013 - 07:29 PM

I have several theories, as do many people, and I'm sure something with prove me wrong. However, from what I can tell, I have re-searched this a little, my most prominent theory is that the family did indeed 'disappear'. Meaning that through one circumstance or another they needed to leave and start an new life. The fact that they left all personal belongings, their purses, car, even their dog, indicates that they needed to remove all trace of their identity before leaving. The reason that this is my main theory is because most of the others are flawed, if it was a 'tragic accident' then why would they have left all of their possessions? If they were being chased then why get out and run on foot? A car would be much faster. Murder? There would be signs of a struggle, traces of blood, impressions where the bodies would have fallen. Hit squad? I have no reason to believe that they were professionally killed, and there would also be signs of struggle, and why leave the dog?

A point that I have picked up on which seems to back up my theory is the fact that strangely there is no reward out for information as to the family's disappearance; maybe they don't really need to know where the family has disappeared to. Maybe the family really has started a new life somewhere?


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Posted 15 March 2013 - 07:37 PM

View PostThe_Blogger, on 15 March 2013 - 07:29 PM, said:

I have several theories, as do many people, and I'm sure something with prove me wrong. However, from what I can tell, I have re-searched this a little, my most prominent theory is that the family did indeed 'disappear'. Meaning that through one circumstance or another they needed to leave and start an new life. The fact that they left all personal belongings, their purses, car, even their dog, indicates that they needed to remove all trace of their identity before leaving. The reason that this is my main theory is because most of the others are flawed, if it was a 'tragic accident' then why would they have left all of their possessions? If they were being chased then why get out and run on foot? A car would be much faster. Murder? There would be signs of a struggle, traces of blood, impressions where the bodies would have fallen. Hit squad? I have no reason to believe that they were professionally killed, and there would also be signs of struggle, and why leave the dog?

A point that I have picked up on which seems to back up my theory is the fact that strangely there is no reward out for information as to the family's disappearance; maybe they don't really need to know where the family has disappeared to. Maybe the family really has started a new life somewhere?

My main problem with that is that the dog was locked in the truck and they left $30+K in cash in the truck... If they were planning to disappear - and didn't want to take the dog - they most likely would have left it where it had a chance at survival... and not taking the cash makes no sense as cash is pretty handy to have if you are on the run (particularly if you take your family with you), and it's harder to trace than credit cards or checks....


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Posted 15 March 2013 - 08:17 PM

View PostTaun, on 15 March 2013 - 07:37 PM, said:

My main problem with that is that the dog was locked in the truck and they left $30+K in cash in the truck... If they were planning to disappear - and didn't want to take the dog - they most likely would have left it where it had a chance at survival... and not taking the cash makes no sense as cash is pretty handy to have if you are on the run (particularly if you take your family with you), and it's harder to trace than credit cards or checks....
This is a good point. I'll take a shot at the dog one first; leaving it would be dangerous to them, it could follow, possible alert people to the family, though I don't understand why they wouldn't have just left the dog at home? Then again I read something about the father taking about 'spirits' or something in his home? The guy could be irrational? If he really was fearing for his life then he might not be in the mind to let the dog out. The whole situation is puzzling, the cash may have been meant to be given to someone, but instead they chose to leave everything and run? They were 'scammers' according to several articles I have read, maybe the money was stolen? I find it odd that there was nothing anywhere about the withdrawal of the money from their accounts, even if they did it gradually they police would have picked up on it...If you find anything about this could you point me in the right direction, I'm hooked on this case at the moment! Actually, you've prompted another theory! Thank you very much!

Okay, so this is a little strange and I'm not sure if anyone has considered the possibility, but... Maybe the father was the one responsible. As in, he took his family out into the wilderness, killed them, or just lead them out far enough that they got lost. He could have been suffering from innumerable mental health issues, possibly his wife too. Could it not be possible for one of them to be the perp? I know this idea is really out there and so, so flawed, but its just...I can't even! I'll think on it some more...


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Posted 15 March 2013 - 08:28 PM

View PostThe_Blogger, on 15 March 2013 - 08:17 PM, said:

This is a good point. I'll take a shot at the dog one first; leaving it would be dangerous to them, it could follow, possible alert people to the family, though I don't understand why they wouldn't have just left the dog at home? Then again I read something about the father taking about 'spirits' or something in his home? The guy could be irrational? If he really was fearing for his life then he might not be in the mind to let the dog out. The whole situation is puzzling, the cash may have been meant to be given to someone, but instead they chose to leave everything and run? They were 'scammers' according to several articles I have read, maybe the money was stolen? I find it odd that there was nothing anywhere about the withdrawal of the money from their accounts, even if they did it gradually they police would have picked up on it...If you find anything about this could you point me in the right direction, I'm hooked on this case at the moment! Actually, you've prompted another theory! Thank you very much!

Okay, so this is a little strange and I'm not sure if anyone has considered the possibility, but... Maybe the father was the one responsible. As in, he took his family out into the wilderness, killed them, or just lead them out far enough that they got lost. He could have been suffering from innumerable mental health issues, possibly his wife too. Could it not be possible for one of them to be the perp? I know this idea is really out there and so, so flawed, but its just...I can't even! I'll think on it some more...

Well... That's certainly no worse a theory than any other I've heard...
I very much think though that they are all dead now... Though I am pretty sure they were either killed and buried - or lost in an abandoned mine... mainly because the searchers would have seen buzzards circling had they died and been left in the open...


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Posted 16 March 2013 - 01:26 PM

View Postregi, on 05 August 2012 - 06:41 PM, said:

According to the sheriff (from that Discovery ID episode on the case) it's apparent by the facts and circumstances, including the location and position of the family's truck on that narrow road leading into that location of where the family had previously been, that the Jamison's were in the process of leaving when they were prevented from doing so.

Rather than retype, yes, I quoted myself!
I want to add...
The GPS on the phone found inside the truck showed that the family had not been in that location for very long. (That was the second location they'd been to.)

Their coats were in the truck. Indeed, the photo of Madyson showed that she likely left her coat in the truck when that photo was taken. In the photo, her arms are crossed which to me indicates that she was chilly.

Anyway...
Beauchamp's theory follows the evidence; they were leaving the area when they were stopped.
That all of their belongings- including their pet- were in the truck shows that either they didn't intend to leave the truck for long, or they left unwillingly.

Edited by regi, 16 March 2013 - 01:28 PM.





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