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Re: “Death declaration sought for John Glasgow

I should also make a suggestion as well. I saw a disappeared where a man vanished and it took them quite some time to find his body because the ice trapped it. Now, there's no ice in this situation, but with the weather right when he disappeared it could suggest that if he was attacked and in the forest maybe his body was covered by mud and washed away. I don't hope this is the case, but am just hoping that perhaps the area was searched thoroughly.

Posted by Tilly Talia on 04/04/2014 at 11:08 AM

Re: “Death declaration sought for John Glasgow

Unfortunately, I doubt this man will ever be found. Dead or alive, after being gone since 2008 there is a high chance the case won't clear itself. That doesn't mean we're any closer to the truth.

After all, a man wouldn't wipe his prints off his car after he left it. This points to foul play; was he carjacked? Was he attacked by someone sending him threats? Was it connected to the company? If the latter, we'll probably never know, because they probably have the means and manpower to make him vanish.

Perhaps he did commit suicide somewhere as well? That's a possibility. Or maybe he was attacked by an animal in the woods. Or maybe he's on the run, hiding from someone. Maybe he couldn't take the stress and merely left. Just because he loved his family doesn't mean he wouldn't have left; maybe he thought he was a burden and was depressed, maybe he thought someone would hurt them if he stayed.

With all due respect to the family, who I'm not convinced were involved with his disappearance, there is also probable suspicion on them. Did they help him flee? Did they kill him? Understand that this is not because I'm judging, I have to remain suspicious because of the fact that in many cases the family is involved. If we only went off the family 'loving him so much and wouldn't do that to him' then many cases would not be solved, so suspicion towards them shouldn't exactly be considered wrong, it is only natural. In this case, though, I don't think were involved, so I personally don't suspect them more than listing possible conclusions that could have occurred.

In the end, there's no evidence. Perhaps someday they will learn what happened, but I fear perhaps some secrets are buried much too deep. Vanishing this long without a trace? Someone wants him gone, perhaps himself or perhaps a third party.

My regards to the family. It is unfortunate that you must go through so much. Too many have to deal with such a loss. There is nothing more terrifying or painful than the unknown.

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Posted by Tilly Talia on 04/04/2014 at 11:06 AM


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