It was the 200th tip that paid off for U.S. Marshals searching for Hannah Anderson. It first led them to James DiMaggio's car and then to the campsite where he was holding Hannah. U.S. Marshal Steve Jurman describes what it took to bring Hannah home to her father.
I agree. There is more to this story. I hope they continue the investigation. At the memorial service she didn't look like she was grieving for her mother and brother .Her account of events just doesn't make sense
She's 16 going on 25.....just check out the photos of this woman. There's more here than we'll ever know. Was she his lover or a close friend? She's "smart" to the world more than we know. She's a woman, not a teenager..
Something is just not right about this story. A few days after this traumatic event she's going to a fundraiser, dressed up, makeup and even had her nails done. Of course there also is the question of the 13 calls? It seems that many "professionals" on news media are saying it's usual for teenagers to act like this, this is the "new" way to react, etc., my question is: since when"; what teenagers are they interacting with?. I know many teenagers, I know many teachers of teenagers and all have said the same things I've said.....something is just not kosher here.
This girl does not seem to be traumatized. Instead she is looooving the media attention.
And she exchanged 13 calls with the kidnapper before the incident?
I don't believe she planned her mom& brother's death but I think she was enjoying to flirt with the guy.
Of course she never thought that "a flirt" would get that far & tragic!
I was just thinking the same thing Joyce!
As I'm thumbing through the latest issue of People magazine, you can read her flirtatious body language in one of the photos with DiMaggio by her side. I really think that she liked the attention, which unfortunately ended tragically.
I totally agree with you. She told a friend that she felt creepy around him yet she exchanges texts with him and goes to his house. I would stay far away if i felt uncomfortable near someone. If you look at her pictures its like shes flaunting herself quite a bit. I think sometimes these girls are asking for trouble. Also after she was captured it didnt look like she was traumatized. she got her nails done she was on facebook etc. DOesnt look to me that someone is going through a terrible ordeal does it.
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