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He tried to recreate the situation, going out at night in the rain mmpicturing bushes and trees with the flash on. The photo was resized to x Left photo is one of our night photos, right is Matt's result. His conclusion: "It is very apparent that the white objects look identical to those in the original images and we can concluded that the white objects are raindrops.
I marked one dot with a red circle as it exhibits a phenomenon caused by the flash. It gives the drop an elongated shape and it points IN the direction of travel of the drop. This is a completely normal instance of flashing a moving object. W aterfall spray is less likely the culprit.
Based on the location of the camera, pointing away from the edge of a ledge, we can conclude that the white dots in the original photos are rainwhich must have been strong at times. Britta Sanders: "The inhabitants of Boquete have really sympathized with the families of Kris and Lisanne. And the people here are also waiting anxiously for the results of the investigation. But local inhabitants are not content with the manner in which the authorities have organized the searches.
Because all the findings and discoveries were done by local ordinary people, and not by the professional search teams. First the backpack, last Wednesday Then the shoes and bone remains.
They were all found near the river Culebra, by ordinary people. Such as F. He is disappointed in the course of events. And they didn't even say thank you for your help. He literally seems to say: we found that path. No, nothing. They only came and picked it up by helicopter in two minutes.
Since the two young women disappeared in the area, two months ago, he has been thinking about them every single day. They disappeared in his region. And when the people [parents] went back the first time, to Holland, the government stopped looking. But when they came back again, they sent a helicopter up. For one month they did nothing. Only when the parents stayed here, was something done.
They needed to move like this, quick. Waiting for the chief Then they need to discuss this. But she does NOT want to react in front of the camera. No matter how sad the ending, F. Boquete's forum members discuss a Jeremy Kryt article and a removed news item that said Lisanne's entire foot was found in June and that it was intact By GP91, July 31rd Source and source.
There were two interesting discussions on Boquete's own forum community, called Boquete Ning. I highlight a couple of things that were discussed mid about the disappearance of Kris and Lisanne. These are people commenting on this forum who mostly all live in Boquete. It would be months before investigators confirmed Kris and Lisanne had in fact set out on April 1, instead of the day before. When were they last seen? Concerned replied on August 1, "In this article Jeremy has accepted wrong information about the date April 6th Sinaproc started searching the Pianista and surroundings.
The date of April 6th serves as a basis for the following proposition present in his article: If Sinaproc would have started their searches earlier than April 6th, the two young ladies could have been found alive. Well, Sinaproc did start searching earlier than April 6th. At least TWO days earlier. Why didn't Jeremy verify this properly? Sinaproc was physically involved in the searches as from April 4th. So, to go back to the proposition: If Sinaproc would have started their searches earlier than April 6th, the two young ladies could have been found alive.
Sinaproc started on April 4th. Were they found alive? Were they found at all? Also we did a quick search for the whole foot and boot online as it was all over the internet when it was first found.
Can't find it anywhere, just the empty blue boot. Changed dates, changed evidence- is this rewriting history? GP91 replied on August 1, "Yes, proposition is unfounded based on inaccurate dates given, not to mention other factors. Concerned replied on August 1, "In all accounts about hikes on the Pianista trail, there are encounters with others on the trail.
Regardless the weather conditions, rainy or not, muddy or not, there is always someone else on the trail. So why should two beautiful young ladies be the only ones not to have encountered anybody on this trail? On a warm, sunny and dry day without any mud on the way? Here are some recorded encounters. You can find more recorded encounters along the Pianista trail in internet. For instance the most recent one, the Colombian lady who went missing. She supposedly bumped into her saviour Aristides.
Paul Jones wrote on August 1, "Personally, I would not consider it accurate to say that someone is always on the trail. In the half a dozen times we've hiked Pianista, I've only come across one other person, and that was a farmer working off the trail in the land before reaching the actual trailhead there is a significant hike from parking to the actual trailhead.
Concerned replied on August 2, "That's good to know. How far on the trail did you get? Did you cross the CD? One of the links I posted, shows an encounter with 1 person behind the Mirador so at the bocas side.
However, since the search on Pianista, we no longer hike this trail. If the two young women were at the river crossings, than that alone is proof for them not being lost. The crossings in question are found on the main path. Why would the two women want to cross at night? How sneaky. Why not in daytime? Concerned replied on August 8, "I understand what you mean. But sadly enough, the parents were compelled to accept the lost and accident scenario because they did not get any support by the Dutch authorities.
There are many discrepancies in this case that could still be tackled. And GP91 wrote another great post on August 7th "There is no evidence that the pictures were even taken by the girls. There is no picture of the girls, lost and in the dark. None of the pictures are clearso the writer had to draw in and explain in great detail what we are supposed to think about them. Yet it is used as the sole evidence for another far-reaching theory of how Lisanne may have left her there.
Anyone could have put them there. Then the article presents the thoughts by email of Dr. Other Ning posters have spoken very well to questions about the conditions of the trail and how the girls could have ended up at the cable bridge, which was still part of the trail. And further, no one saw them there over the span of several days? None of this is in keeping with them getting lost, or that they even would have attempted to go this far. It is a stretch to think they did.
Yet this entire article engages in wild and far-flung speculation, to arrive back at the official conclusion. If there was a failure, then it is the responsibility of those in the community to submit the facts of what is known for the safety and decency of the community. Further, if this is a crime, the perpetrator went too far this time, and the international community will find out what happened. Paul Jones replied on August 7, "I, for one, do hope that answers are found.
No, Lisanne's father had not accepted the "lost in the forest" theory the last I heard, but this was around the time I attended the candlelight vigil in the square. I'm sure there's no harm in any new information coming to light. I hope someday it does.
I've always leaned towards the foul play theory, due to several factors, but I'm definitely not sure of anything at this point. I do think that a particular guide and his son should have been investigated, and seemingly was ignored, as they own a place near the Pianista and he was one that was in the middle of it all down to actually finding remains.
That being said, I'm sure we don't know all the info obtained in the investigation. The government does have the motive to lean towards a lost girls theory, as tourism is good money in this country. So again, why did you take your replies off the first part post about the missing girls? Concerned replied on August 8, "I still have to read the 3rd part properly, but I can say this: the forensics expert said that the girls "intelligently" left signs. How intelligent were they then? Knowingly, because apparently they knew that the trail took to Bocas province, they were told the day before.
They knew that they had to turn around to get back to Boquete. Many a time Boquetenos warned about the Path: "El sendero se bifurca I understand that hikers in distress leave such signs, but they also had the opportunity to leave some kind of message in their phones.
GP91 wrote on August 9, "Thank you Walter for clarifying some important information. Tired, they later returned to the man and asked for help getting back to town. Police said the man advised them to take a taxi, but he said he didn't see whether the women returned to town or went back to the mountain.
Dutch police spokesman Bernhard Jens said Tuesday on Dutch media that "it was unlikely the women would have returned to their hike. There were other reports of them at the time that they were seen on their way back to town. So if anyone reading this has a sighting to report, it would be helpful to post that to establish again if the girls returned from their hike or not. If not, please clarify.
Concerned replied on August 9, "A Panamanian criminologist studied this case too. I don't have the details at hand, but you can find some in the internet, published by La Estrella. Her conclusion was clear: manipulation. I wonder whether the Canadian criminologist mentioned in Jeremy's account, has studied the whole picture or whether she only looked at the photos and concluded that the girls were very intelligent to use their toilet paper. It's the pattern that counts. The selfies and demeanour of the girls before they reached the Mirador, and records of whatever happened after are a huge contrast.
No, nothing too intelligent here. Concerned replied on August 10, "I agree. The authenticity of the nightly photos remains uncertified. GP91 wrote on August 10, "Why wasn't it certified? Does anyone know who has the disk from Lisanne's camera? To think a possible perpetrator s may still be running free in the area should drive us all to find answers in this case.
In spite of our instructors telling us from the 60s on that there are no absolutes, now that we are old we realize indeed there are. One of those absolutes is that when we step out of our body, it starts a process that returns us to the earth.
This process is consistent, you can google it yourself. To simplify, the body will be nothing but skeletal remains within as little as a month in hot climates and two months in cold climates.
The environment of these trails and the Culebra River with its temperature, moisture, and diverse and abundant scavengers, insects, and microorganisms would in fact speed up the process.
Delivering the remains to the authorities in a plastic bag, with no crime scene to examine, eliminated the evidence that this environment would have provided. What were the examiners supposed to do with that? Concerned replied on August 10, "Thanks for sharing.
However, many discrepancies remain. Firstly, the girls had dry sunny weather and could tell the difference between the Bocas and Boquete side. It is new for me to know that they were offered an excursion to the finca behind the CD, just the day before or perhaps 2 days before?
I assume that the cable bridges were described as well. In other words, at some point they should have understood that they were descending on the wrong side. But no, the supposedly went on, kept low, kept quite for a full week, making no photos or selfies at all and then decided to make pictures of their signs AT NIGHT.
There are other ways to make signs without offering the only pair of pants you are wearing. And place them at an official crossing near a cable bridge? But it's my guess that the disc will not be released. The data should have been analyzed. Concerned replied on August 11, "I appreciate your standpoint.
Yes, I have hiked in the jungle, many times. And I know that you can get lost and Sweet Little Mystery - Wet Wet Wet - End Of Part One Their Greatest Hits (CD). Why not wait till sunrise? After a full week in the jungle? GP91 replied on August 11, " The Panamanian examiners did the best they could with what they were given, and reported accordingly. The remains were found on 29 August. This points out that the body is or was kept in a humid place, under shadow and in low temperatures, according to the reports.
When he cut the bone to the bone marrow, he detected a dry, well-kept bone without any signs of putrefaction. The same happens with the femur, where the bone marrow is almost intact. How could the persons who picked the bones conclude that the mass covered with earth was part of the evidence? Concerned replied on August 12, "This is about it, I think. The journalist who wrote this report in La Estrella took the trouble to visit the IMELCF where she was shown around and where she interviewed the examiners.
If I recall correctly, the examiners were struck by the piece of skin. How could it have been spotted and recognized as such by the finders?
GP91 wrote on August 12, "Yes, they were surprised. That is a huge red flag on this evidence. Use of lime by a perpetrator on the bodies would have explained the condition of the bones and why a piece of skin could have escaped decomposition as the spreading of the lime was uneven.
Mas explains that the effect of lime is corrosive and previously he has had the experience that by covering the body with calcium oxide it is possible that the extremities are detached. If we continue this line of hypothesis, this would explain why the left foot does not present traces of cutting. GP91 replied on August 12, "True. For any police investigator, this is in your face, a crime. Concerned replied on August 12, "Tnx. Unless you are fleeing from somewhere.
Concerned replied on August 13, "The photo of the cable bridge in Jeremy's article, where the young lady wearing the green shirt is crossing the bridge: she is walking in the direction of Boquete. Kris' pants were supposedly found on the eastbank. She therefore supposedly had crossed the river already from Boquete to Bocas. Or: Lisanne managed to cross the bridge in the direction of Boquete, coming from Bocas.
So presumably on their way back from where? GP91 wrote on August 13, "Very interesting points. What is a fact is that this article from The Daily Beast is the latest chapter in the continual manipulation of the evidence and story of the missing girls.
Concerned replied on August 14, "IF the girls are the authors of the night photos and the timestamps are authentic, then what do we see? One or more? That would indicate that Kris and Lisanne were next to each other at that moment on one side of the river. Presumably the side where the items were placed? The items and the paper seem to be DRY, indicating that they had just been placed. In other words: Kris removes her pants and places them on a rock and then crosses the bridge.
Remains the crucial question: why in the middle of the night instead Sweet Little Mystery - Wet Wet Wet - End Of Part One Their Greatest Hits (CD) waiting till dawn? And why try to attract the attention by placing items if you are sneaking around in the dark? Because of the fall? And seeing the place where the items were placed if correctthen couldn't they have just climbed out of there?
And, being an official crossing, wouldn't anyone show up eventually? I don't believe that these 2 young women would have created so many questions for their loved ones without leaving behind some kind of concrete message in their mother language. GP91 replied on August 14, "These are all key questions. That this could have actually happened as presented by the articles defies the imagination.
It appears to be a total and complete illogical, botched attempted cover up of foul play, no matter what levels of status were solicited for help. Guy Craig replied on August 28, "Money and expensive electronics left in a knapsack? And GP91 wrote an other great post on July 25th "Sure, everyone for a time was led to believe that the girls had likely gotten lost and perished in the jungle, which is entirely plausible.
So we look forward to follow these reports and anything else that comes out to see if any light will be shed on these unanswered questions. And GP91 wrote on July 24, "I also find it interesting that I saw the Volcancito Mission Director who we've posted about before visited by the local police for advice about the missing Dutch girls so he told me after they left the day before the backpack was Sweet Little Mystery - Wet Wet Wet - End Of Part One Their Greatest Hits (CD).
He also announced at Sunday night church early in April that he had gone with his head groundskeeper to help with a search on the Pianista Trail, as a good Christian should do. So glad this case is being investigated.
Aired on youtub e on January 7th I translated a Panamanian report on the case from Spanish into English for you and added subtitles to the video. I do not speak Spanish, but there is a way to reliably convert the audio into text, and translate it like that. Apologies if small errors slipped in.
I add the translated video here and will write out the translation text below also. Presenter: "It was between March 31 and April 1, when Boquete, little by little, learned about the news. Two young Dutch tourists, Lisanne Froon and Kris Kremers, had been declared missing two days before we went up the tourist trail of El Pianista. Everything pointed to the fact that they were lost in a closed forest in the Pila International Park, thousands of hectares between the rescuers and the European ones by land and air.
Sinaprocs' own volunteers in the area tried to cover all the possibilities. It was a mobilization that was never before seen in Boquete's history, but so far the mountain has swallowed some clues about the girls' disappearance. Boquete is known worldwide for its Sweet Little Mystery - Wet Wet Wet - End Of Part One Their Greatest Hits (CD), its wooded and mountainous areas, but above all for its people and safety.
Coming here is for many foreigners a beautiful achievement in their lives. In fact, some 60, people a year come to Boquete's national parks, but especially foreigners. Some of these last foreign adventurers, sometimes in that quest for adventure, break the rules and may face danger. Presenter: "Lisanne and Kris did not go straight to Boquete, but first spent time in Bocas del Toro, where they made all kinds of friendships in their adventurous quest.
There was a desire to volunteer, helping Indigenous children in the area. Tobias: "Where they disappeared, they didn't have a guide, no. Tobias is a Dutchman who runs the Spanish school where the two young women interacted. He says that many like them want to venture out alone, without guides. Of course. Presenter: "It is six o'clock in the morning and I am here in Boquete, right on the path that leads to the Pianista Trail. A mountainous area. Here's where the women were last seen, at least by the taxi driver.
I go with a guide, Mr. Ezequiel Miranda, who has years of experience in the area. He is a guide and also a conservationist.
And with him we are going up the same route that the young women apparently took before they disappeared from the sight of everyone in the area. But instead of the morning, these two young women of 22 and 21 years of age walked the trail in the afternoon. A five-hour round trip was waiting for them.
Most likely they would be caught in the evening. Dozens of tourists come up here every day, so it didn't attract much attention from Mrs Oliva, who lives nearby. I only saw them for a few seconds. She adds that they were quiet. They will get sunburn that way without skin protection, I thought. And I thought about how they were going to get scratches on their legs once they got up. From here onwards, rumours arise.
One of them is that they might have been intercepted by strangers. Resident: "They are not here. They have them. They were moved elsewhere. Let's hope so, right? God willing. But this case is so difficult. If they had been on the mountain, we would have found them by now". Presenter: "There are at least two testimonies, among these that of the taxi driver, who points out that some time after the climb, these girls saw an off-road vehicle arrive in the area.
The road narrows and we haven't even climbed the mountain range yet and there is no sign of any kind. There is a lack of warning or attention, or at least something to guide the person who is climbing, whether he is a national or a foreigner. Where are you? How many kilometers have you travelled? How much farther do you have to go? And the most important thing: where do you have to go? For several days, the possibility that the young women met foul play was gaining strength in the face of the fruitless searches in the forest area.
However, getting lost here included the possibility of falling up to 50 meters or taking routes that could take you to the province of Bocas del Toro in the area.
Ezequiel Miranda: "You will always go down, down and there. Hopps writes down everything he says. YAX Yeah, and we both walked him out and he got into this big ol' white car with a silver trim?
Needed a tune up. The third cylinder wasn't firing. YAX Oh, for sure. It was 29THD HOPPS 0, Wow, this is a lot of great info, thank you. YAX Told ya Nangi has a mind like a steel trap.
I wish I had a memory like an elephant. You are welcome for the clue. And seeing as how any moron can run a plate, I will take that pen and bid you adieu. As Nick reaches to take it, Hopps realizes something and leaves him hanging. I can't run a plate NICK Give me the pen please. Hopps gets an idea Why, I only have 36 hours left to solve this case. So can you run the plate or not? They're all sloths?! Unfortunately, every mammal working there is a NICK faux innocence What?
Are you saying that because he's a sloth, he can't be fast? I thought in Zootopia anyone could be anything. Nick smiles. Hopps doesn't. They head to Flash's station. Buddy, it's nice to see ya. Flash doesn't respond. Hopps looks like she's going to die. Flash doesn't respond I can Hopps pauses-- cautiously optimistic that he's finished.
We are in a really big hurry. What's the Hopps takes a breath. FLASH several beats FLASH 0. HOPPS 3! Flash is just about to say three, but NICK What do you call a three humped camel? NICK Pregnant. Nick laughs at his own joke. Flash doesn't react, then finally raises his head with a smile and HOPPS Ha, ha, yes very funny, very funny, can we please just focus on the task-- Flash slowly reaches over to the sloth next to him.
Tundratown Limo Service? A limo took Otterton, and the limo's in Tundratown-- it's in Tundratown! NICK Way to hustle, bud. I love ya. I owe ya. It's night. Hopps tries to open the lock. NICK Mm. And I will betcha you don't have a warrant to get in. Darn it. It's a bummer. There's a big gated parking lot which is chained shut I would never impede your pretend investigation. Look, see-- showing picture of Otterton See him?
This otter is missing. NICK Well then they should have gotten a real cop to find him. Does seeing me fail somehow make you feel better about your own sad, miserable life? Nick considers this for a moment. NICK It does. One hundred percent. Hopps considers this and sighs, defeated. We are done. Here's your pen. Hopps then casually throws it over the fence behind her.
NICK Hey! Nick jumps down onto the other side, but just as he reaches for the pen, Hopps is suddenly right there and snatches it. HOPPS The thing is, you don't need a warrant if you have probable cause, and I'm pretty sure I saw a shifty low-life climbing the fence, so you're helping plenty. Hopps cheerfully heads off. Nick watches her, not quite smiling, but he's starting to respect his opponent. As they snoop around, Hopps uses tweezers to pick up a clump of fur. But on CD? Who still uses CDs?
As Hopps rolls her eyes and goes back to collecting clues, Nick lowers the back partition and his eyes go wide. If your otter was here You ever seen anything like this?
NICK No. Through the fog on the floor Hopps spots a wallet. They slink back into the back seat. Hopps opens up the wallet to find a drivers license for Mr. Emmitt Otterton. He was definitely here. What do you think happened? Nick spots a cocktail glass Rat Pack music We gotta go!
Whose car is it? Nick tries to put everything back the way he found it. They call him Mr. Big and he does not like me, so we gotta go! Big finds me here, so we're leaving right now! And, is that Kevin?! Long time no see. And speaking of no see, how about you forget you saw me? For old time's sake? The polar bears grab Nick and Hopps by their throats A car whizzes by. Inside, Nick and Hopps sit nervously in the back seat, sandwiched between the polar bears-- one of whom casually scrolls through Zoogle Photos on his phone.
Big so mad at you? Pull out to reveal the car passing through the security gate of a residential compound. NICK sotto No. Is that him? NICK sotto, frustrated No. NICK Stop talking stop talking stop talking-- The huge polar bear growls at Nick, then reveals a tiny chair upon which sits He sounds like Marlon Brando sped up to 78 rpm.
Big, sir, this is a simple misunder- Mr. Nick painstakingly does so. Big motions for Nick to shut up. BIG You come here unannounced NICK Well actually we were brought here against our will, so Big is not impressed Point is, I did not know it was your car, and I certainly did not know about your daughter's wedding. BIG I trusted you, Nicky I welcomed you into my home Gram-mama made you her cannoli.
And how did you repay my generosity? With a rug A skunk butt rug. You disrespected me. You disrespected my gram-mama who I buried in that skunk butt rug. I told you never to show your face here again, but here you are, snooping around with this Hopps What are you, a performer? What's with the costume? She is a mime.
This mime, cannot speak. You can't speak if you're a mime. I am a cop. And I'm on the Emmitt Otterton case, and my evidence puts him in your car, so intimidate me all you want, I'm going to find out what you did to that otter if it's the last thing I do.
Big considers this and makes that little grunt. The Polar Bears snatch Nick and Hopps. BIG And you never will-- The polar bears open a hidden door on the floor, revealing an icy pool beneath. NICK Please!
No no no! If you're mad at me about the rug I've got more rugs! No icing anyone at my wedding! BIG I have to, baby. Daddy has to. She's the bunny that saved my life yesterday. From that giant donut. BIG This bunny?
Big motions for the Polar Bears to put Hopps down. I will help you find the otter. I will take your kindness Hopps and Mr. Big kiss on the cheeks. Nick stares at them What is happening? We find Nick and Hopps at the head table, next to Mr.
BIG Otterton is my florist. He's like a part of the family. He had something important he wanted to discuss. That's why I sent that car to pick him up. But he never arrived. BIG No BIG Otterton. He went crazy. Ripped up the car, scared my driver half to death and disappeared into the night.
BIG My child, we may be evolved Nick and Hopps trade a worried glance. BIG V. His name's Manchas, lives in the Rainforest District. Only he can tell you more. It leads to a moss-covered apartment. Judy Hopps, ZPD. We just want to know what happened to Emmitt Otterton. The door creaks open. The door opens to the chain, revealing He has a black eye, and a scratches. Nick and Hopps are taken aback. NICK Whoa. A teensy otter The car spins out.
Emmitt growls at Manchas then runs off. NICK Oh. So you know about the night howlers too? Good, good, good. Because the night howlers are exactly what we are here to talk about. So, uh, you just open the door and tell us what you know and we will tell you what we know. Manchas closes the door and starts to unlock a series of deadbolts. Judy gives Nick an impressed look. There's a commotion inside, followed by a scream. The door creaks open just an inch. Nick and Hopps seem startled Hopps slowly pushes the door open, revealing Manchas in the center of the room, hunched over and grunting.
NICK Buddy? Hopps looks at Manchas. Manchas turns, right at them. His eyes are dilated, he's turned savage! He's poised to pounce on Nick and Hopps. The Jaguar tears after them, he's deranged, primal. Nick and Hopps run! The jaguar is closing in. NICK What is wrong with him?! Nick and Hopps run across the bridge.
Manchas closes in. They jump off the bridge to a lower branch. They duck into a hollow log and Manchas follows them. Hopps frantically picks up her police radio. Greatest singer of our lifetime-- angel with horns-- okay, hold on, keep watching. Who's that beside her? Who is it? Reveal: Clawhauser is dancing on stage with Gazelle. Did you think it was real?
It looks so real! It's not. It's just a new app. Blue Rev. Manchas takes a swipe at Nick. We have a ! Jaguar gone savage! Vine and Tu-junja! As they emerge from the log, Hopps slips, dropping her radio. Nick and Hopps run, sliding around a corner. Ahead is a gondola station. Head to the skytrams! They run to the gondolas. Hopps darts out of Manchas' way, but slips and is headed off the platform when she manages to grab on-- dangling from the edge. Nick searches for her NICK Get in! He tries to hold on to the gondola for Hopps, who is struggling to pull herself back onto the platform.
As the gondola pulls away, Nick tries to stop it to no avail. NICK No, no, no! Nick backs up Hopps cuffed him! Hopps barely grabs a vine, but struggles to hold Nick in the other hand. As Manchas growls at them from above, Nick looks at the abyss below. Hopps looks around, her mind racing.
NICK No, you what? No, I said-- listen-- noooo! They can't believe they're alive. They look at each other, stunned, relieved NICK Carrots. You saved my life. That's what we do at the ZP Nick and Hopps plummet.
They are about to hit the ground, but a vine attached to their legs stops them right before impact. A convoy of police arrive, screeching in front of them. Out steps Hopps smiles, the cavalry has arrived. BOGO Well, this should be good.
Otterton did not just disappear. I believe he and this jaguar, they BOGO scoffing Savage? This isn't the Stone Age, Hopps. Animals don't go savage. There is no sign of him It's like it never happened. Hopps' eyes go wide.
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