Saturday, March 1, 2014

Heather Elvis Search Includes Forensic Reenactment


The search for Heather Elvis' remains continue as Sidney and Tammy Moorer remain in custody awaiting a March 17th, 2014 hearing.

Divers are searching the boat landing area in which the Moorers may have disposed of Heather's remains.

Law enforcement did a "forensic reenactment", something we saw in the case of missing Baby Lisa, in which the implausibility of taking the baby out the window was evidenced.  Here, at the boat landing, the reenactment is an attempt to find out logically just how the remains would have been disposed of, in an attempt to locate  Heather.

The piecing together of information may not only be from simple logic, but also may be a result of information gained from interviewing the Moorers, who, even while being deceptive, will choose words that can reveal information and help lead to Heather's remains being recovered.

38 comments:

JoAnn said...

I was hopeful that someone confessed, but it makes sense that investigators would be putting the pieces together from interviews & evidence. Such torture for her family.
OT: TBI executed search warrants on properties yesterday related to the Holly Bobo case & have arrested a man who owns one of the properties, Zachary Adams, on an aggravated assault charge. He lives 15 miles from the Bobo family.

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure I understand what they could be reenacting on the boat ramp. It does seem like simple logic that she was (horribly) either put in the water or was not. It is stretching belief to think this could be a useful reenactment, but I hope it is and that they gain some kind of information.

elf said...

I just read through some of Terry Elvis Facebook post (his personal page), this is what I learned : Terry Elvis believes in God. Terry loves his wife and children. About a month before Heather became missing Mr and Mrs Elvis celebrated their 20th anniversary. The Elvis family was just a normal family before Dec 17,2013. Terry Elvis was a philosophical, hopeful poster given to inspirational and upbeat statements, which seem to focus on leading by example and living a good honest life made by hard work. He is a law abiding citizen who has had some affiliation with law enforcement (logo designs on riot gear in his photos).. Terry Elvis is family oriented. So, for all the people casting aspersions on Terry Elvis character I say your wrong. Heather has a good dad.

Anonymous said...

nice try

Anonymous said...

Anon 11:53.
You are insane....

elf said...

Lots of sensitivity in that post anon @1143. What accusations? Who is Peter supposed to apologize to?

kristi hurley said...

AnonymousMarch 1, 2014 at 11:43 AM
I am NOT ## initials.
Peter, there are days I can ignore your accusation(s) by avoidance.
Simply saying a sorry might fix that.
You do not need to be perfect to send a message.
Not admitting to an error ... hurts whom?

-Dawn
Not anonymous, buggers for trying ...

You want Statement Analysis to be 'spot' on, and is imperfect, by your own admission.

Poster 'John' ... I watched my father grow deaf, learned to sign, before he passed.
I am 'gifted' with body language, over words.
My bad(?).

As a late deaf end adult I will tell you nietherSA or BL is 100%. That being said... in combo it is a great tool if used impartially. Your posts SEEM not impartial and VERY arguementive. I wish I could see if you are raging or leaning back laughing or smirking.

Dawn said...

I am diabetic..
_Dawn

Anonymous said...

kristi hurley ...
That my father learned 'CC' closed caption shows I am not making fun out of any person's situation.
Point noted and answered.
-Dawn

Dawn said...

I have 8 children.
-Dawn

Anonymous said...

Elf, With all due respect, people's facebook profiles prove little about them. There is a reason people call it "fakebook". It seems like you learned basic facts about Terry from his FB like how long he's been married, etc. And that he loves God, bc he wrote it on facebook. I could be a horrible human being and write on my FB page: "I love God." "I love church." "I love following God's laws." What does it prove? Nothing. If anything it should raise questions as to why I would feel the need to publicize my love for God.

MemphisPat said...

People publicize their love for God because we are called to draw others to Him. Good for Terry! He has people here thinking and talking about God today. Bless you as you learn more about what it is to be a Christian.

Jen Ow said...

Anon 1:04

This victim bashing nonsense is getting exhausting. First, elf didn't say that he wrote that he loves God on FB. She said that looking through his profile, he appears religious, and his posts were upbeat, inspirational and focused on living a good life, etc.

Also, your logic makes no sense. If I posted pictures of puppies and kittens on my FB everyday, and posted about how much I loved animals, would that raise questions about my sincerity, in my 'need to publicize my love for animals'?? Or, would it be more reasonable to believe that I ACTUALLY loved animals??

You are ignoring common sense in an effort to see everything this man does in a negative way. Why?

Anonymous said...

Jen Ow, While I respect your mind, I am not victim bashing. I am not saying Terry doesnt love God. He may. I was tellling Elf that you cannot tell from facebook if someone loves God or if they "upbeat or loving of inspiration, etc." as Elf seems to think. Again, I could be a horrible person and write on FB "I am filled with inspiration today!" "I love my wife/husband!" "I love church." It is meaningless. In fact, the more someone drives a point home on facebook (whether it is saying "I love my children!" "I love my husband! "I love God! or even "I love puppies and kittens!" the more I would question the truthfulness of any of these statements. The question you asked about puppies and kittens, this is close to comparing apples and oranges when I am talking about saying "I love God" on fb. Saying you love puppies and kittens would not normally be a front to cover something, as people would merely think "oh, she must like animals". Announcing you love God (and I have not seen Terry's fb this is just trying to answer your question) has much more profound effect on others who will then think "this person must be an especially good person, a person who obeys God's laws, etc.".

just Jen said...

Jen Ow, again, your words provide insight into a man who should never need to be defended. Ty!

Anonymous said...

elf, there is a troll using Dawn's name.
The original post was removed, while troll posts remain.

Maggie said...

JenOutch.
Do u have a car???

Anonymous said...

Anon@ 3:48 thank you.Elf I look like maddonas uncle.
-Dawn

Sus said...

http://whatthegovernmentcantdoforyou.com/2014/03/01/news-updates/news-feeds/tbi-executes-search-warrants-at-home-of-meth-dealer-zach-adams-in-holly-bobo-kidnapping-case-zach-adams-had-stalked-holly-bobo/

OT- Now here is a sick mug shot! I hope and pray they find Holly Bobo this weekend and give her family some peace.

john said...

OT Update:

Oscar Pistorius: Lawyers Prepare For Showdown.

The trial will be one of South Africa's biggest ever court cases, with lawyers for both sides presenting very different stories.

http://news.sky.com/story/1218849/oscar-pistorius-lawyers-prepare-for-showdown

JoAnn said...

OT:
A dive team has been brought to the Holly Bobo search site & appears to be at an old abandoned well on the property of Zach Adams, who was arrested last week for meth possession & arrested again for ag assault during the search yesterday. Friends are making statements that he and a couple of friends may have stalked Holly a week before she disappeared, during a coon hunt event.

Shelley said...

This case and possibly Holly Bobo is giving me hope in LE again. Now let's hope there is justice and that this sets the example.

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john said...



Facebook helps police track suspects, get tips in Heather Elvis case.

Read more here: http://www.thestate.com/2014/03/01/3300158/facebook-helps-police-track-suspects.html#storylink=cpy

Horry County Police Department "Official Page"

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Horry-County-Police-Department-Official-Page/135784896487265

Horry County Police explain what's next in the Heather Elvis investigation:

http://www.wbtw.com/story/24823249/horry-county-police-explain-whats-nex

Sus said...

Shelly,
I read an interesting article last night that only FBI and TBI are on the site where they are investigating Holly Bobo's disappearance. No local LE allowed on the property. I find that interesting since the owner of the property was also transferred to another county jail.

Sorry I can't link. I read too many tweets and articles.

GeekRad said...

Agrees. Renewed confidence in LE for not giving up on Holly Bobo.

Small Town Fear said...

Not surprised the FBI and TBI are not letting locals in. I live in a small southern town that has had several "unsolved" murders. Everyone is pretty sure who did the deeds but the local law has made no arrests.
Families still run this area and money talks.

People even make statements such as "We can not judge, they will be punished in the next life." Mind boggling.

JerseyJane said...

Small Town Fear your insight into the situation of possibly why outside LE is handling the discovery/investigation is amazing. It's alot to think about, WoW!! Imagine all the spin-offs and scenarios that exist.

Fakename said...

Anonymous @ 1:04 PM
If anything it should raise questions as to why I would feel the need to publicize my love for God.


I myself have looked up people after they have been charged with killing their own children and their page is spammed full of that jebus luvs me and god shit, scriptures and worthless photos shared from hundreds of other pages.

Then you find their other profile, the evil one, partying, hate, worthless people, drugs... everything bad.

so, yes, i agree, it should be a red flag.

elf said...

There's a little thing called 'reading for comprehension'. Terry Elvis was in no way overzealous about religion on his Facebook page. In fact he barely mentions God except in gratitude for all that he (Terry) has received and achieved in his life. He's a man of quiet faith, not a big mouth hypocrite. Up until Dec 17,2013 Terry Elvis life was pretty much what the American way of life was supposed to be. There was nothing in any of his post that would raise any red flags of any kind. For those of you dissenting and trying to use this science in reverse - making the words fit what you want to see- you might wanna look at the article Peter wrote a day or so ago.
Ps- next time come at me with a name. Its kind of rude otherwise :)

Anonymous said...

Just to lighten the mood a little, I never knew there were so many "wonderful husbands" and "perfect days" until I joined facebook. :) Oh, and also "perfect pets" who bring nothing but joy to their owners :) (You'd think they never have barking episodes or pee or poop on the rug lol!) But such is the magic of facebook!

Anonymous said...

Anon 5:09, I fail to see your humor. I feel like my husband is mostly perfect, and that is how I talk about him on facebook, not because I'm bragging but because he is a wonderful man. Sure, he sometimes leaves the seat up, but I'm not going to mention that on facebook. I focus on his good qualities like the fact he is a supportive spouse who loves me and works very hard and when I look at him I see the man I first met, the man I first fell absolutely head over heels in love with, charming and handsome. He still gives me butterflies when I look at him even though he has balded since I met him and has gained a bit of weight that he is trying very hard to lose. I hope you would consider that some people are being honest on facebook when they talk about feeling blessed that they have such a wonderful husband. And for you to criticize people's pets is just outrageous!

Lemon said...

~ facepalm ~

Mary said...

I can't claim to have a perfect husband, some may laugh at me for saying this, but sometimes he gets on my nerves especially when he talks only about sports (big yawn) or tracks mud in the house or throws his dirty laundry on the floor, although when I pick it up I realize how many other things does he do that make up for this one insignificant flaw? So many! On facebook I like updating people about my life. That is one of the best things about facebook. You can share things like "Going grocery shopping :)". I like the like button because I get like 18 likes when I write stuff like that. It gives me a boost and makes me more productive.

Anonymous said...

I do agree that most people pump up their lives on Facebook.

It's those i actually know in real life that prove it. I have one friend who not only is taking medication for depression (and says it is not helping) but also sees a counselor. Yet her Facebook posts make her look beyond happy. I also have another friend who is very depressed over being single and crys a lot yet her Facebook posts are always like "lovin life" or posts of her at the lake living it up all smiles.

Not everyone does but I think many do.

I don't use it to fake my life. I'm not over the top about anything but share some of my life. But I have a rule... Don't post anything that would upset/embarass my husband, my kid, my grandparents or my employer.

Apple said...

Lemon! I laughed out loud

Anonymous said...

Elf, nice post, both of them..you would beafool to not consider ALL of the evidence