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#1    regi

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 04:29 PM

Huston's been missing since July 24th, reportedly while on out errands.
Her vehicle is also missing, which is a circumstance I always find intriguing because obviously, a person disappears much easier than a vehicle.

There's been no communication, no financial activity on accounts and she evidently had only 100 dollars cash which she'd just withdrawn from an account during her errands.
http://news.yahoo.co...-224518860.html


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Posted 02 August 2014 - 04:52 PM

View Postregi, on 02 August 2014 - 04:29 PM, said:

Huston's been missing since July 24th, reportedly while on out errands.
Her vehicle is also missing, which is a circumstance I always find intriguing because obviously, a person disappears much easier than a vehicle.

There's been no communication, no financial activity on accounts and she evidently had only 100 dollars cash which she'd just withdrawn from an account during her errands.
http://news.yahoo.co...-224518860.html

This sounds too common these days.  I looked at the area. Kind of wine country, agricultural and suburb area all in one.   I think you and I traded comments about people being found under water after a car accident, sometimes years later.  I have to say I thought of that.  Then I found http://www.katu.com/...-269630591.html  from yesterday.  It mentions the river...I wonder if it was some type of medical emergency causing an accident either into a well hidden ditch or even a body of water.  Of course it could be the all too common carjacking and kidnapping.


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Posted 02 August 2014 - 05:35 PM

View Postmbrn30000, on 02 August 2014 - 04:52 PM, said:

This sounds too common these days.  I looked at the area. Kind of wine country, agricultural and suburb area all in one.   I think you and I traded comments about people being found under water after a car accident, sometimes years later.  I have to say I thought of that.  Then I found http://www.katu.com/...-269630591.html  from yesterday.  It mentions the river...I wonder if it was some type of medical emergency causing an accident either into a well hidden ditch or even a body of water.  Of course it could be the all too common carjacking and kidnapping.

I'm not thinking carjacking or kidnapping because it seems it's usually one or the other. I think it's possible but it doesn't look likely to me because also, it seems that one or the other is soon located.
I haven't yet scoped out the area to see if there are bodies of water or areas of dense woods where she could have gone off the road. I know they've made aerial searches of such places but I think it's possible she could have been missed.
Here's a link to an article which offers a timeline and based on that info., she was last seen on video at 6:10 PM at the Circle K/76 where she'd filled up her tank, her mother sent a text message at 6:22 which wasn't answered :unsure2: and then her phone stopped sending signals at 6:35.
I wonder where that Circle K is in relation to her home and (here we go again with the cell pings :-*) where her phone last pinged in relation to both of those locations.
http://www.katu.com/...-269145071.html


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Posted 02 August 2014 - 05:45 PM

View Postregi, on 02 August 2014 - 05:35 PM, said:

I'm not thinking carjacking or kidnapping because it seems it's usually one or the other. I think it's possible but it doesn't look likely to me because also, it seems that one or the other is soon located.
I haven't yet scoped out the area to see if there are bodies of water or areas of dense woods where she could have gone off the road. I know they've made aerial searches of such places but I think it's possible she could have been missed.
Here's a link to an article which offers a timeline and based on that info., she was last seen on video at 6:10 PM at the Circle K/76 where she'd filled up her tank, her mother sent a text message at 6:22 which wasn't answered :unsure2: and then her phone stopped sending signals at 6:35.
I wonder where that Circle K is in relation to her home and (here we go again with the cell pings :-*) where her phone last pinged in relation to both of those locations.
http://www.katu.com/...-269145071.html

I will take a look.  Yes here we go again.  On the clip i sent you, the local sheriffs is sending a boat up and down the willamette river.  it looks like a major river running right to the north of the map on google earth.


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Posted 02 August 2014 - 05:45 PM

If there is nothing suspicious about her disappearance then she should be relatively easy to find. It took her 15mns to get from her home to the drugstore so presumably it would take her approximately 15 mns to get back home from the Circle K, and her route home would probably be known.

But if she's run away, either on her own or to meet a lover, well, she could cover a lot of miles with the petrol she put in the car. If this is what she has done, then she may have thrown her phone in the water not long after she left the Circle K.

I wonder if the headaches are significant in some way.

Edited by ouija ouija, 02 August 2014 - 05:47 PM.

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 05:57 PM

View Postouija ouija, on 02 August 2014 - 05:45 PM, said:

If there is nothing suspicious about her disappearance then she should be relatively easy to find. It took her 15mns to get from her home to the drugstore so presumably it would take her approximately 15 mns to get back home from the Circle K, and her route home would probably be known.

But if she's run away, either on her own or to meet a lover, well, she could cover a lot of miles with the petrol she put in the car. If this is what she has done, then she may have thrown her phone in the water not long after she left the Circle K.

I wonder if the headaches are significant in some way.

I think we need to know if she often had headaches or if this was something new.  If she was having symptoms of an aneurysm and it suddenly burst, well she would have crashed into ditch or river i am certain.  Of course she could have run off, but not many adults run off without resources and a plan....i guess it could happen...but if she landed in a body of water such as the willamette river, that might explain why the phone went dead. i would think the police should concentrate on bodies of water and heavy brushed ditches within a short distance of her last stop.  If they can pinpoint when her phone stopped pinging then they should have a rough estimate of the distance away....most likely in the direction of her house.  I wonder if an aneurysm can cause someone to drive around confused like some of the alzeimer sufferers who get lost driving and end up hundreds of miles from home.

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 06:05 PM

View Postregi, on 02 August 2014 - 05:35 PM, said:

I wonder where that Circle K is in relation to her home and (here we go again with the cell pings :-*) where her phone last pinged in relation to both of those locations.
http://www.katu.com/...-269145071.html

did you read the comments on your article?  the first one brings up Craig's list.

Also there is a story authorities thought she might be on her way to her parents house in wash st...sounds like a tale of old mexico to me... http://www.cbsnews.c...-in-washington/

Edited by mbrn30000, 02 August 2014 - 06:05 PM.


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Posted 02 August 2014 - 06:37 PM

Also, why was her disappearence not reported(by her husband), until the next day? If everything was hunky-dory between them when she left, and she really was just going out to do a few errands, then why would he leave it so long to report? Especially as they knew she hadn't replied to a text which apparently was unusual for her. Did he not try to phone her? And if he discovered her phone wasn't working and she was long overdue arriving home ...... why would he just sit back and wait? What explanations for her behaviour were running through his head? Okay, I might as well say it: I was suspicious of him from the start! Not that I think he's done anything to harm her, but I think he knows a lot more than he's saying. Either they had a row, in which case he might have thought she had gone for a drive to 'cool off', or, and these two explanations could be linked of course, he knew or had suspicions that she was being unfaithful.

@mbrn30000: if she was running off to a pre-arranged meeting with a lover, maybe to start a new life with him, she would perhaps take nothing with her if he had money to support them both. Also, if someone is very depressed they may just keep driving .... no plans.

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 07:47 PM

View Postouija ouija, on 02 August 2014 - 06:37 PM, said:

Also, why was her disappearence not reported(by her husband), until the next day? If everything was hunky-dory between them when she left, and she really was just going out to do a few errands, then why would he leave it so long to report? Especially as they knew she hadn't replied to a text which apparently was unusual for her. Did he not try to phone her? And if he discovered her phone wasn't working and she was long overdue arriving home ...... why would he just sit back and wait? What explanations for her behaviour were running through his head? Okay, I might as well say it: I was suspicious of him from the start! Not that I think he's done anything to harm her, but I think he knows a lot more than he's saying. Either they had a row, in which case he might have thought she had gone for a drive to 'cool off', or, and these two explanations could be linked of course, he knew or had suspicions that she was being unfaithful.

@mbrn30000: if she was running off to a pre-arranged meeting with a lover, maybe to start a new life with him, she would perhaps take nothing with her if he had money to support them both. Also, if someone is very depressed they may just keep driving .... no plans.

I think your point about not checking earlier is a good one.  I went back to see what he was saying earlier on.  There is one interview
http://abcnews.go.co...kallen-24747874
He said he got home around 5:30-5:45 and she said she had to run some errands. He then said he played with the kids, made dinner, etc and before he knew it, it was 9-9:30. He then started calling everyone including police, hospitals, friends... i think it is strange a mother would be leaving the house around 5:45 with a 3 year old and 6 year old who had not already had dinner or was just sitting down to dinner.  Husband said he made dinner.  We americans eat dinner early.  Perhaps he meant he made dinner for himself....but that just kind of sticks out for me.  We know she left the house voluntarily at that point, but of course may have met with foul play driving about or when she got home later.  But it does strike odd she bought trailmix and gatorade and according to the link below, the timeline has her moving away from home if they live in dundee.  Granted all these locations are close.  but she goes to atm, then goes to get gas, then goes to rite aid.  Trailmix and gatorade sound like on the road food.  Of course maybe she has a habit of buying trailmix for herself or the kids and maybe she is a runner or hiker or something.  I wonder if she bought just a small amount, say for a trip or bought enough to stock up the house.  I mean maybe riteaid had a sale on.  Seems though there are plenty of drugstores, markets and such closer to her home.  She could have left after an argument and decided to take off.  She might have also left after an argument and had an accident and such.  She might have left as it was said, to run some errands and anything could have happened.  Police did say the husband passed a polygraph.



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Posted 02 August 2014 - 09:09 PM

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I think your point about not checking earlier is a good one.  I went back to see what he was saying earlier on.  There is one interview
http://abcnews.go.co...kallen-24747874
He said he got home around 5:30-5:45 and she said she had to run some errands. He then said he played with the kids, made dinner, etc and before he knew it, it was 9-9:30pm. He then started calling everyone including police, hospitals, friends...

We know she left the house voluntarily at that point, but of course may have met with foul play driving about or when she got home later.  

It hadn't crossed my mind that she might have made it back home and then something happened to her! But that makes sense because she could have been home by 6:30-ish ...... it was 3 whole hours before he started phoning round.

I don't buy this 'and before he knew it, it was 9-9:30pm' stuff. If your wife goes out 'to do a few errands' and isn't back after an hour, wouldn't you notice? And then start running possible explanations through your head and be worrying when another half hour had gone by? Wouldn't you phone her after the first hour to see if everything was okay with her? Wouldn't you wonder why she hadn't phoned you to say why she was running late?

It would be interesting to know what the 6yr old said about the events of the evening.

On a completely different tack: one of the comments underneath the katu. video was from someone who seemed to know the area and they said there was some sort of show on that day which meant there were a lot of strangers in town and a lot of extra traffic. There was also a fairground of sorts and the person making the comment was suggesting that someone connected with that may have abducted her ...... asked for a lift or something?

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 09:20 PM

View Postouija ouija, on 02 August 2014 - 09:09 PM, said:

It hadn't crossed my mind that she might have made it back home and then something happened to her! But that makes sense because she could have been home by 6:30-ish ...... it was 3 whole hours before he started phoning round.

I don't buy this 'and before he knew it, it was 9-9:30pm' stuff. If your wife goes out 'to do a few errands' and isn't back after an hour, wouldn't you notice? And then start running possible explanations through your head and be worrying when another half hour had gone by? Wouldn't you phone her after the first hour to see if everything was okay with her? Wouldn't you wonder why she hadn't phoned you to say why she was running late?

It would be interesting to know what the 6yr old said about the events of the evening.

On a completely different tack: one of the comments underneath the katu. video was from someone who seemed to know the area and they said there was some sort of show on that day which meant there were a lot of strangers in town and a lot of extra traffic. There was also a fairground of sorts and the person making the comment was suggesting that someone connected with that may have abducted her ...... asked for a lift or something?

I also find it strange, a mother would go out if the kids that young had not eaten.  I have never been there, but the Willamette Valley in Oregon is known for wines....i looked at google earth and apparently they are in the heart of it.  But I doubt a woman would be giving strangers rides...but it is something to think about.


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Posted 02 August 2014 - 09:23 PM

Also, a 3yr old would be in bed by 7pm and the 6yr old by 7:30pm/8pm, surely?

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 09:38 PM

View Postouija ouija, on 02 August 2014 - 09:23 PM, said:

Also, a 3yr old would be in bed by 7pm and the 6yr old by 7:30pm/8pm, surely?

Exactly...so wouldn't you feed the kids around 5:30 when mom is walking out the door supposedly?  It seems his story is like this...i came home from work at 5;30 a few minutes later she says see you later I am going to run errands...and based on what he says he made dinner.  I assume that was for him as well as the kids.  Of course, she might have said, the kids are fed as she walked out..but he left the impression at least he played with kids and made dinner.  I would think dinner has to be over well before 7 in any case, kids have to in bed by7 or 8...so how can he say before I knew it, it was like 9:30?  I would think a spouse leaving two kids, one being 3 with the other, at the end of a work day and be gone for more than an hour, would weigh on the other's mind.  She got 40 dollars worth of gas, and reports said she filled up the SUV.  Don't know what the tanks hold but seems at best she would need 60 to fill up the tank, so she was not on empty.  She buys strange snacks if she is out doing errands and will soon be going home...Unless...she was filling the tank, and buying snacks for a trip she meant to leave on the next day.  I like to gas up the night before a trip and I think many do, rather than filling up early morning.  Maybe she had told him she was leaving in the morning for her parents and taking the kids...they had a fight, she kind of stormed out to prepare for her trip and get away from him, came home and all heck broke loose.just a thought...it could happen.  we need to know more about their habits...why did he not think it strange she needed to run errands and not specifically say what those errands were....thats the kind of thing you might say to a roommate, but a spouse would expect a little more info.

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 10:00 PM

Something else mentioned by one of the people commenting on the video was that she(the woman commenting), bought exactly those three items when she felt a migraine coming on: gatorade, trail mix and sleeping pills. Almost as if that is something that is fairly common knowledge ..... a combination that is known to help.

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Posted 02 August 2014 - 10:42 PM

View Postouija ouija, on 02 August 2014 - 10:00 PM, said:

Something else mentioned by one of the people commenting on the video was that she(the woman commenting), bought exactly those three items when she felt a migraine coming on: gatorade, trail mix and sleeping pills. Almost as if that is something that is fairly common knowledge ..... a combination that is known to help.

The sleep aid is probably diphenhydramine and its a antihistamine used in otc sleep medicines and benadryl.  I think we just don't know enough.  If she had migraines, you would think the husband would say that.  He just says she has been complaining of a headache for the last three days.  We need to know more about their routines.  Does she snack on trailmix?  Does she often take sleep aids.  Of course if she had been having increasing headaches, perhaps she decided she needed sleep and decided to try the sleep aid.  I just don't see any of the things she got, something I would need to run out to get if i had a headache.  She might have just wanted to get out of the house, but she could have told him to pick those things up on his way home from whereever he was.  I wonder when was the first time he tried calling or texting her?  I would have expected him to do that after a couple of hours...something isn't adding up for me.  I am still not ruling out a medical emergency, or her taking a break, but something is just not right.





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