- Aug 1, 2009
I thought the same thing. The story doesnt make sense. Unless the reporter is bad or the brother is in a wheelchair Im calling foul. Hopefully they will bring her home safely.So it doesn't take over the Topic completely.
Tenn. Woman May Have Been Abducted in Home Invasion - FoxNews.com
From near where I grew up.
Something doesn't add up.
The brother was in the shower and heard her scream when he shut the water off.... ran out in a towel just in time to see her across the field being drug into the woods. He grabbed his pants, cell phone and a gun and called for help as he ran to the woods. He did not see them at the edge of the woods and stopped there waiting on the cops. Needless to say he is extremely distraught over all of this.
one article i read talked about how rural the area was and how it was dense woods with sporadic homes, but to me it'd have to be pure mountains to not be able to follow them on foot
I've seen reporting that the underbrush is so thick the dogs can barely get through it...
Dogs can't get through it, but a kidnapper can drag a screaming girl through it against her will?
Sounds like the kidnapper didn't have much of a head start on the brother either. He couldn't have been moving quickly through that brush...and if the girl were screaming, seems like he'd have been able to follow the sound of her voice and make that ground up pretty quickly.
Both Bobo's mother and 25-year-old brother watched the woman being abducted and called 911.
She apparently has a boyfriend who's an avid hunter... but then I'm getting the impression just about everyone out that way is a camo gear type person.