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13 hours ago, Dagon44 said:

They still are they are focusing on the salt marshes and estuary now it’s totally bonkers

 

Maybe one scenario could be - an accident.

 

The Caravan lady was known to have threatened to shoot any dogs that werent on a lead. She had chickens and a field where the children of guests played, one of the pleasant features loved by visitors to the caravan park. If a loose animal were to attack a child, she could literally lose her business, her livelihood. That would be why she was so ferociously protective.

 

Perhaps while Nicola was engrossed with her conference call on the bench, the dog scampered off to the farm field, literally just yards away. The Caravan lady came down to the bench in a fury, perhaps even brandishing a gun, furious that Nicola was disobeying the rules. An altercation could have taken place, even a physical one, if she felt her dog was in danger. Its a bit far fetched, but if there was a scuffle she could have slipped and banged her head - people have died that way. Or even a medical incident, brought on by the stress of the situation - we read of many fit people having heart issues these days.

 

The Caravan woman would then have panicked and rung her daughter in law, who would have rushed to the scene. The "appointment" was the Caravan lady rushing off to get a car from the farm, which could be brought down the lane to the gate, without encountering any main roads or CCTV cameras, other than those on the farm itself. They put the body in the boot, tied the dog up to the bench, and leave the phone there so it cant be traced to the body. The farm has lots of outhouses, probably a cellar, where the body is stored. The son then disables the farm's CCTV cameras so there is no trace of what went on. Im pretty sure they would usually have the cameras working on a caravan site, even out of season. It would be madness not to. Then they ring the school and partner to raise the alarm, telling the story of her discovering the dog alone, to cover for any DNA or sightings.

 

In the partner's recent interview, he adamantly says the next step is searching houses, buildings, garages for any trace, as the plod has been concentrating all their efforts on the river. The family would have had plenty of time to get rid of the body elsewhere. Or they could have driven it off before even alerting the police.

 

Other than a planned abduction, it seems like the only possible scenario.

 

 

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12 hours ago, Malbec said:

That second interview that the partner Paul did (the channel 5 one?), is quite painful to watch.  As in, it makes you cringe when he struggling for the words with inordinate pauses. When he describes her, he uses the most generic terms, like things that people would put on a dating profile or soemthing. Nothing personal such as an anecdote about how funny, fun or loyal she is.

 

And what is apparent from watching both interviews I have seen, is that he doesn't seem to naturally draw sympathy or empathy. Which is really unusual. Normally, when we watch some kind of interview of someone in a terrible situation, we naturally empathise without trying, but that does not happen at all here for me. Which is really weird. We must pick up on signals in order to empathise perhaps on a subconscious level, through reading body language, irrespective of actual words. I don't find any empathy with what he is saying about him or the children because it seems disingenuous. 

Ch5 interview analyzed 

 

https://youtu.be/TDyFOauNZ4w

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3 hours ago, Dagon44 said:

The love of your life/mother of kids goes missing but you only decide to look for her with the dog for a casual walk the day after and then you’re more worried about your appearance for the tv cameras it doesn’t make sense. 
This is John Shuttleworth’s reaction when his wife went missing which might be comedy but is closer to the truth of a man panicking to find his wife.

 

Love John Shuttleworth 😂

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You know it is psy op because you can look at nicola bully's Facebook account of her and Paul and the kids etc leading this perfect life on their holidays.

She must be the only

person in the world who sets her private family photos to public in 2023. It BS.

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ITV National News just briefly covered the below story, in their lunchtime broadcast, with an advisory at the end of their report. Something like 'police have urged people not to speculate about this attack on social media'. Demonising any form of public speculation seems to be becoming a trend now. 

 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-64614832

 

'Culcheth murder inquiry started over girl who died in park.'

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On 2/11/2023 at 12:19 AM, Mr Crabtree said:

Well spotted mate, are you another one of these 'Armchair Detectives'?👍 He does actually look similar, if he is involved this will be his greatest disappearing assistant trick, EVER!

Police detectives should be re named 'Police Defectives' they couldn't locate their own arseholes using both hands🤔 they make 'The Keystone Cops' look like the flying squad! The police are now trying to track down a real detective within their own ranks but so far they've not found one, although they have vowed to continue looking!👍

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Given nowadays when there is no CCTV camera recording of what happened the case is in the too difficult to solve drawer at the police station.

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1 hour ago, Orange Alert said:

 

To the Village, as predicted in the 1967 TV series The Prisoner, with local only taxis.

 

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Total agree. Jo Cox will be their too, because I don’t think she was killed either. What a position to be in though where you can’t exist outside of a life created for you by tptb.

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2 hours ago, numnuts said:

ITV National News just briefly covered the below story, in their lunchtime broadcast, with an advisory at the end of their report. Something like 'police have urged people not to speculate about this attack on social media'. Demonising any form of public speculation seems to be becoming a trend now. 

 

This is what happens though when both the police, and the local media who just regurgitate their 'tweets', leave people hanging and just provide titbits of information.

 

How often do you see some local news article where it merely states something along the lines of "police have closed off a busy city centre street while they attend to an 'incident'"?

 

It's all deliberate, the intention is to get people 'speculating', which is all they can do in the absence of actual facts and information.

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8 hours ago, masonfreeparty2 said:

i guess richard d hall wont be covering this case now or will he?

 

I would like to think that at some point he will have a few thoughts on this case, though he will need to be 'careful', perhaps he is being 'goaded' to break cover?

 

6 hours ago, factJack said:

 

That has pretty much convinced me that this is indeed a massive psy-op, and this poll is merely to determine how many people are so easily absorbed by or distracted by the 'latest thing' in the media.

 

Consider this possibility: this Nicola Bulley doesn't exist, she never went missing, this story is a complete fabrication, her 'husband' and 'friends' are just actors, and this is all a media 'charade' to test how people will believe what the media tell them to believe, because only 'they' are the arbiters of truth. It's a fictional soap opera script being played out via the mainstream media.

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50 minutes ago, masonfreeparty2 said:

i think we all ought to lay into the jeremy vine show...its obvious what his agenda is,private school boy little snitcher..needs teaching a lesson or two

Never mind laying into the Jeremy Vine show, let's get stuck into Jeremy Vine, you can imagine that conceited little prick being head boy at school, despising him is the only thing I have in common with Alex Bellend!🤢 Vine has the sort of face you'd never get tired of punching, his brother Tim really boils my piss too! But, do you know what really, really, boils my piss? Those nice little white kettles you get in the room at a Travelodge, they do an excellent job!👍🤭

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4 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Consider this possibility: this Nicola Bulley doesn't exist, she never went missing, this story is a complete fabrication, her 'husband' and 'friends' are just actors, and this is all a media 'charade' to test how people will believe what the media tell them to believe, because only 'they' are the arbiters of truth. It's a fictional soap opera script being played out via the mainstream media.

This is whats been niggling me the last few days!! I feel like I'm obsessing over it in some ways because I'm convinced it's literally not what is being presented. And the boyfriend  really comes across as an actor. The sky news video has convinced me irrespective if the subsequent channel 5 interview with that bloody dog in tow. 

 

Also with regards to Facebook, i understand people can change privacy settings on or off at anytime, so my public available profile, for example, would look like I've not posted for 3 months or whatever if I had changed the public to private setting 3m ago. Or vice versa. 

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2 hours ago, Orange Alert said:

 

Given nowadays when there is no CCTV camera recording of what happened the case is in the too difficult to solve drawer at the police station.

They're building a new police station near my old home town, and apparently some scrote has stolen a whole delivery of lavatory pans, a police spokesperson said 'we are making inquiries, but at the moment we have nothing to go on'!🤭😉

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On a side-related note, I found this story quite interesting...

 

Mystery of Tamworth dog walker missing for almost two years as cops make fresh appeal

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Mystery still surrounds the disappearance of a Tamworth man who vanished nearly two years ago. William Lee was last seen on April 18, 2021, in The Broom park near Cadogan Road, Dotshill.

The family of Mr Lee, aged 79 at the time of his disappearance, are still without answers. Police said the search for the dog owner was the 'largest' seen in Staffordshire.

Officers concluded their 'active search' for Mr Lee in July 2021 - but are still urging anyone who may have helpful information about his disappearance to come forward.

From: https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/mystery-tamworth-dog-lover-missing-26220455

 

Yeah, because people who go for a walk with their dog just 'mysteriously' vanish without trace, just like Ms Bulley did?

 

Is this an attempt at 'normalisation'?

 

While I do follow the local media here, I must admit that this is the first I have heard of this particular case.

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5 minutes ago, Athenry04 said:

Yeah it's clearly bollocks isn't it. This is just pure theatre until the UFO holograms appear in the sky above the vatican.

Yep, it's proved the old saying 'BULLSHIT BAFFLES BRAINS' but, it also proves that the brains all belong to the unquestioning sub species know as 'SHEEPLE'! 🤭

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47 minutes ago, Mr Crabtree said:

Panic over folks, my wife's just told me that they're drafting someone called D.C.I. Vera Stanhope in to sort out the Bulley case, apparently her and the team clear up every case they take on, WITHIN, 2 HOURS!👍

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Cant beat ole vera. 

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