Posted: Mon Jun 18, 2007 10:44 am
Hey everyone. I've been dreading this update, but here it goes... After I posted on Saturday we continued the search. Taylor gave us cell phone coordinates and mapped out where the closest cell phone towers were. Nothing. Nada. Zero. There was no sign of Bree anywhere. And then we heard it... helicopters. There had to be at least two of them. We ran after the sound trying to find where it was coming from. We wandered up new trails, off trails, retraced our steps to the power bar trail... nothin
Remember that Bree is the one who chose to run away. You've not failed anyone. Seriously, you've been a good friend.
That's the part I just don't understand. I can't accept it. Why? Why? Why? After everything we've been through together, why would she choose them? Why would she choose that life? They killed her father. Who knows what they'll do to her... I just don't understand. That's why I feel like I've failed. I should have been able to convince her not to go with them.
even if you got to her, is not like she would've want to go with you... Maybe you should trust her judment, she might know exactly what she's doing...
But isn't her judgment flawed right now? How can this be the RIGHT decision? I just don't understand why she would this. Why now?
DB, is there a field or any kind of open area big enough for a copters around?
There is a very small chance that they have not found her yet, you never know, she may be waiting at one of these pickup points. They have no real way communicating with her, it looks like, because the cell might be dead.
And still, maybe there is a clue at one of the pickup points.
The fact that there were two copters might back up the idea that they are just looking for Bree. Why would they send two? Had they had a clear line of communication with her, wouldn't they just said, "The copter will be at..."
This is not sitting right with me. If you have any doubts that you will find her, do not linger, get the hell outta there.
I know what ya mean. I agree with you, but we looked everywhere we physically could. We didn't give up after we heard the copters... we kept looking. Sarah even went out by herself this morning. We've put all of our efforts into the search. Now I'm thinking we shouldn't stay here much longer. They've got Bree, but what if they come back for us?
I kinda think Bree's tired of running. I think she wants you guys to have a chance at a normal life. She probably feels like they're never going to stop chasing her. I mean when you're in the moment of something serious, it feels like you're never going to get out of it. This happens a lot especially with teenagers. I think it has something to do with not having enough patience. They think there's no way of escaping it and that life's going to take forever to advance. Just give her some time and stay positive. If you keep thinking negatively, nothing ever will seem good. Just hang in there!
Ya Bluefilly, I get what you're saying. But she's our friend and we can't give up on her. Maybe she has given up. We're all pretty tired of running and it's been the hardest on Bree. She always felt so guilty about pulling me and Jonas into this nonsense. Maybe this is her plan - surrender so that we can go back to our normal lives. Well, if that's her plan it's crap. Cuz we're not giving up... besides, how can anything ever be normal again?
Monday, June 18, 2007