So the team on this case was deep in the heart of Texas just outside of Austin. I can honestly say I didn’t have a bad meal there. Here I go talking about food again…lol. Anyway, I can’t say enough about how friendly everyone was, even to a NY Giants fan like me. The weather changed pretty drastically at times and I couldn’t figure out what to friggin’ wear half the time.
I did get some great pictures of some really cute cows that were grazing just outside my hotel room. One cow came up to me all the time but once she smelled me and must of realized I was a big steak eater, she backed off. I don’t think after getting that close to such a cute animal like that I could feel the same eating meat again. I named one Rose after my mom; she is up in heaven probably cursing at me as I write this….LOL … : -)
On to the investigation this week, I can honestly say that after my initial interviews of the witnesses that lived there, my gut told me that half of what they are telling me can’t be true. Well guess what? I was wrong, and Amy nailed all of it. The small modest home was located in the middle of a densely wooded area. The client made no sense to me because she knew she should have left there but felt very strongly that she couldn’t, even though she didn’t even have running water. She had a feeling that the home and land that surrounded it needed her. She even told me it was like being in an abusive relationship, she knew she needed to leave but just couldn’t. I didn’t understand it, until the reveal. This case truly made me realize how important both Amy and my investigations are and how much they can help real people. I think this case will stand out incredibly. Until next time, please stay safe….SD