|Beautiful young Heather Elvis|
Heather Elvis has not been seen nor heard from since December 17th, 2013, and there has been no credible sightings of her to date.
What is found within this possible scenario? Consider:
In March of 2013, or near by, she met an older man, Sidney Moorer, who was married. Heather, just 20, became involved with a middle aged man who, at this state in the young girl's life, would have a disparate level of sophistication between them. Just starting out in life, Heather would not know with certainty what she wanted in life, and this uncertainty could cause anxiety. She was living with a roommate and just learning how to survive in this tough life. Moorer, on the other hand, could be, to Heather, a strong, stable and guiding presence for her, charming her into the relationship.
After Heather went missing, Tammy Moorer, Sidney's wife, posted a nasty statement and claimed that Heather was fantasizing about her husband.
Here is a picture of Sidney Moorer:
Here is a picture of Heather:
Just as there would be a disparity of sophistication between a middle aged man and a girl months out of her teens, there is a disparity in natural appearance.
Heather Elvis was not likely fantasizing about Sidney Moorer's looks.
It would not likely be something that a young girl sees and thinks, "Hollywood good looks!" over.
From March (if Tammy Moorer's post is to be believed) when this relationship started we might find the beginning of this story. In order for someone like Moorer to keep a beautiful young woman like Heather "on the hook", Moorer would have to do more than smile. He would have to use his sophistication, and even financial stability, to promote an ongoing relationship with the younger, and far more attractive Heather Elvis. He would have to promise her to "do things right", and appeal to the moral upbringing that Heather had, and so many young people temporarily depart from for a season.
Sidney Moorer did not capture Heather's hearts with his looks.
It is what it is.
He would have had to capture her heart with things that appealed to her. Given her family background, the notion of "family", itself, would be very appealing to Heather.
Whatever Moorer had Heather coming back for, it would have been something that appealed to Heather, the feeling of family, a direction in life, and success, business connections, finance, etc. I do not buy into Tammy Moorer's self serving flattery. In her post, she was deceived by her husband and minimized the relationship, and resorted to juvenile name calling that may come back to haunt the family in a possible court case.
Given that Moorer is a middle aged cheat, and Heather a young beautiful girl with her whole life ahead of her, this is my guess;
Sidney Moorer was in this way deeper than Tammy ever knew, in spite of her attempt to minimize the relationship.
Sidney Moorer may have had a strong control over Heather, yet, Heather's patience may have grown thin.
Somewhere along the line, the relationship broke off.
The young woman may have come to her senses, perhaps even confiding in family who helped her find the strength to break off with the married man, of whom she had been attached to.
On the 16th of December, Heather went out on a date with a young man.
This would be a fresh break from the imprisonment of being with a married man. It would be a new start and a more natural beginning for a young woman. It is good for the young to struggle together, for being cemented in the hard times, they may enjoy the blessings of the good times, later together, as they look back and learned much in life.
This may have been all too much for Sidney Moorer to bear.
Was it that this was the loss of power and control on the part of Sidney Moorer?
Was it just too much for Sidney Moorer to bear, that Heather went out on a date?
Was it just too much for Sidney Moorer to bear, that Heather went out on a date with a young man?
If Moorer was suffering from a middle-age syndrome, fancying himself as younger and in fear of getting older, it could have triggered a panic in him, and a demand to meet him.
If Moorer was given to violence, it is the loss of control that can trigger the most violence to the victim.
Was Heather's date, after warning Sidney Moorer, over and over, the final proof that she was not simply making false threats to Moorer to break off, but proof?
He may have demanded that Heather talk to him, which she may have. He may have then demanded to see her, face to face.
If this demand to meet him was rejected, was it that he then promised to leave his wife for Heather, vowing to give her a ready-made family, and a ready made home life?
This might have appealed to a family orientated Heather. A kind of 'let's make this right" mentality, as guilt, lies, and sneaking around had all taken its toll against Heather's upbringing, wearing her down, and bringing her to her senses. He may have even pleaded with her how much the kids need her, and likely disparaged Tammy as a mother. (Tammy's own posting goes a long way in revealing her character).
At the time of this possible confrontation, she was just 20 years old. Small, tiny and vulnerable, she would look towards him for guidance, while struggling to not seek guidance from her own father, who would not have approved of the middle aged man. Also, at 20, Heather might have been anxious to "prove" she could "make it" on her own, as growing children all must do. This is a time period noted for poor choices. Most of us looking back at ourselves at that age, recognize all that we had done wrong in life and wish we had done differently. It is part of growing up. It was for me.
Did she meet his children or see pictures of them, which could have provoked maternal instincts within Heather? Did he tell her how much better the kids would be with her in the role of mother? Did he portray Tammy to Heather in a way to arouse a form of 'righteous anger', with tales of mistreatment of the children?
Did he thus manipulate her by appealing to her highest interests and morals, even while promising to end the illicit nature of the relationship and "make it right" knowing her desire to live properly?
If he did promise to leave Tammy for Heather, it may have been enough to get her to leave the safety of her apartment, so very late, to meet him.
We do not know.
We do not know what happened to Heather after the phone conversation, but we know that she has been missing for an extended period of time, and that things do not look good.
Sidney won't cooperate with police. He won't do, as others do willingly, in taking a polygraph to clear himself.
It appears that Sidney, Tammy, and even Tammy's family has "circled the wagons" rather than coming out and plainly declaring that Sidney was not involved.
Hence, the face off between desperate father Terry Elvis, and the Moorer clan.
If the answer to Heather's plight lies within Sidney Moorer, he needs to give this information and he needs to give it now.
If he was involved, public sentiment will only grow darker should he be caught, having delayed justice and allowed the pain and agony of the unknown to remain in the Elvis family.
This same public could be the jury of his peers.
If something unintended happened in those early morning hours, Sidney Moorer should come forward now and explain what happened.
Tell the truth.
Heather remains missing and answers are needed now.