Tuesday, January 25, 2011

She's missing.

Cynthia didn't come home from school. Or rather, I went to go pick her up and the ladies in the office told me that she had another adult come and get her. Jesus- they can't remember who came to pick her up! They let her walk off with some stranger without making any kind of fuss and no one has any recollection of seeing her walk out!

Oh god, oh god, oh god

I called the police as soon as I heard that. They're looking for her right now and they've been looking since four o' clock. They told me to stay home in case she came back, but I need to go look for her.

What if that stalker took my baby away and I never see her aga

Okay. No. I'm calming down. I'm going to go look around the neighborhood and see if I can find anything. I'm going to find her. The police are going to find her. Everything is going to be okay.


  1. Okay, first off, does the school have security cameras? Any school worth it's salt has security cameras. Maybe get a description off that.

    Are there woods near your house? School?

    Does she have a phone? Even if it's switched off you can still get a ping from the last call/tower it was in contact with.

    Have you seen any Tall Men around recently? In business suits? Is their some kind of circus or carnival in town? Are there people with masks around anywhere?

    I'm going to sound horrible and heartless, but you need to keep a straight-thinking mind. I'm sorry, but I recently went through an almost exact situation like this and I had to clear my mind and focus. You can't be of any help to anyone, let alone your daughter, if your mind isn't focussed.

    I wish you luck.

    The Scientist

  2. I'm in the same boat as Ava. If what I think has happened has. Actually I really don't want to think about that as an option. What you need is information. There are several sources, but I'm not sure how they would be of any use helping you find your daughter.

  3. What does she look like?
    I might have seen her around...but it depends. You both might live across the country.
    In the street by my house, I saw a man with a little girl. He was...basically dragging her. Kinda seems suspicious, huh?
    He also kind of attacked me, which made me pretty sure he wasn't a good guy. I remember the girl's face clearly, so I might be able to help.


  4. I finally have time to answer whatever everyone said and I don't think I'm going to sleep for a while, so, here we go.

    To Avalesca: Sorry about the harsh answer before, Avalesca. I was obviously panicking and didn't have time to really think of a well thought out response. The police are going to check the footage and try and find anything. If they do they said they'd tell me, so I think I'll be hearing back soon about that.
    Woods? Um, we have a few trees around but there aren't any woods really near the neighborhood I live in. The school is next to a field, but it's a large area that's fenced in because they don't want kids wandering off (though that didn't seem to help them today). And Cynthia doesn't have a cell phone or I would I tried calling her.
    Tall men in suits? Are we talking about business men? There are a lot of those in every city, so I don't know what you're going for exactly. And there hasn't been a circus around here in years.
    It's fine, Avalesca. I was freaking out and my recent post attests to that. Really I was useless, wasn't I? What do you mean you went through a similar one? Did you have a younger sibling go missing? Sorry if that's too personal- you don't have to answer if you don't want to, I understand.
    Thank you for the support, I really appreciate it.

    To Will: What exactly did you think happened? I believe there's some crazy serial killer, or kidnapper, running around in the town. Police have been on the lookout, so I'm lucky Cynthia got away. Is that what you were starting to think of? Because I'm not really sure what information I could find on this man until they find something to give a clue.

    To Kate: Well...for future references in case something happens- I'm not saying something will, but as of now I can't be too paranoid- she has long brown hair and brown eyes, is short for her age, and tends to wear rolled up jeans and t-shirts even in the winter.
    Oh my goodness! Why did he attack you? And why was he dragging that child around? You should report this to the police immediately!

  5. Please, Cathy, call me Ava. I don't mind. I'm just using my longer name to show him I'm not ashamed.

    Good, but I'll hazard a guess that either the man who took her seemed suspiciously vacant, or the film will be screwy.

    Good about the lack of trees, but that field throws up some interesting Theories.

    Hmm. Of course.

    I...had something...different...on levels, look, it's be hard to explain, even if am fully fine with telling you. Only when you understand though.

    It's fine. My friends and I kinda have "Helping People Against Him" as our job. I just put the word out that you needed the help.

    The Scientist