Is anyone as surprised as I am to learn that a resident at the Key Apartments had told the manager there was a creepy guy hanging around in the parking lot and leaving beer cans? The manager recalls seeing a car around that wasn't one of the residents. Was she asked if she or she had someone clean up the beer cans? Did she remember that too? They disagree on the color but light green or gray aren't much different.
Witnesses also said the noise in the parking lot during the time Jodi was abducted was so loud they went into the hallway to look out the window. But they didn't call the police because they didn't see anything. One person heard a scream about the time Jodi was abducted. He didn't call the police. What these witnesses must have heard was the abductor jumping out of the van, grabbing Jodi, and slamming the van doors closed.
Now for one theory, I've had about this case from the beginning. Someone stayed at that campground. That was an easy enough thing to do for an out-of-town stalker. They came to the parking lot to watch Jodi. It started with the window peeping. Then they got her phone number and started making nasty calls. Finally, they decided to abduct her. Many stalkers and murders now window peep first contrary to what crime statistics supposedly show. Things are changing.
After this, the beer cans were never seen again, or the creepy guy and his car. Did the police know all this? Did they try to find the car? Did they go to the campground and get registration logs on all the cars at the campground that weekend and night of Jodi's abduction. Did they ask people for videos and pictures they took that may have captured that car? Did they ask people at Key Apartments if they had any pictures that may have caught this car on it? Did Jodi take pictures of her new Miata? Were other cars in the picture?
Since the campground was owned by the city perhaps they still have records of who was managing the campground that summer. If the manager can be located they should be asked if they remember any person(s) who stayed for an extended period. Or possibly there are still records showing who had reservations that summer.
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