Interesting article on the Jamison family’s disappearance

The Oklahoman has run this very intriguing article about last fall’s disappearance of Bobby and Sherilyn Jamison and their daughter Madyson. I knew that their case was unusual — you don’t often see an entire family go missing, especially without any indication as to what happened — but according to this article some very odd things were going on in that family. I wonder if this is not a bit hyped up, newspapers liking to play to an “angle” and all. But looking at what’s in the article, I can understand why the cops haven’t been able to rule out any theories in the disappearances.

I am kind of surprised that America’s Most Wanted has not profiled these disappearances yet.

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78 Responses to “Interesting article on the Jamison family’s disappearance”

  1. Sara Says:

    I do not envy police their job, especially in cases like these. If the family is alive (which I doubt), I still fear for their little girl’s safety, given her parents’ bizarre behavior. Why were they suing their daughter’s school?

    The detective’s final conclusion in the article is that they got out of their vehicle willingly or someone forced them to get out. Um. Yes. Those are pretty much the only reasons people do anything– because they want to or because someone makes them. Am I missing something?

  2. Patti cuneo Says:

    Did the dog survive

  3. LK Tucker Says:

    There have been other disappearances like this one. The most famous only involved one person, Mary Shotwell Little in 1069’s Atlanta. Blood was smeared around her car left in the Lenox Square shopping center parking lot. But police recognized there was only enough blood for a nosebleed. A pair of hose with a cut in them. the source of the blood. were neatly folded and put down beside a front seat.

    The disappearance involving an entire family happened in Death Valley National Park. I don’t have a date but it was mentioned in a documentary about the park. The family were tourists from Europe. Their rental car was found with the tires slashed and the family’s shoes were arranged nearby on the bank of a ravine.

    All three of these cases are self engineered . The reason for the bizarre clues left behind in the Jamison and Little disappearances is that the victim was having a very subtle mental break.

    There is a problem of human physiology discovered when it caused mental breaks for office workers that is so simple the circumstances to cause it can be created almost anywhere. The cubicle was designed to stop it in offices by 1968. Almost no one outside of the designers and engineers who work in Systems Furniture, cubicles is aware it exists.

    It can cause fear paranoia, panic, anxiety, depression and thoughts of suicides. The Jamisons reported seeing angels and people standing on their roof. That was a hallucination from Subliminal Distraction exposure.

    • Meaghan Says:

      Um, neither of the Jamisons worked.

      And as for the Death Valley disappearances, two of them were found dead in Death Valley not too long ago, and bones that were probably from the third were nearby, but they couldn’t get DNA for those. They simply got lost and then died of exposure.

      Also, I think your theory is loony.

  4. LK Tucker Says:

    An entire billion dollar industry exists to prevent this problem in business offices since it was discovered in 1964.

    If you are using a computer to type your reply from a home situation without Cubicle Level Protection you could have this problem.

    All that is necessary is to have family or pets walk in peripheral vision while you use the computer.

    The Jamison’s didn’t have enough exposure for the full mental break. But they were hallucinating angels and spirits.

    That Death Valley information would not change the Jamison situation if it was the European family. In the Death Valley case they still left the rental car with the tires slashed. They only intended to stay in the United States. No mental break was involved.

    Do you have information about the Death Valley incident that connects it to the discovery I mentioned? There is a contact page on my site to Researcher.

  5. Brett Says:

    The Jamisons appear to have had behaviors consiistant with long term metha amphetimine use. The border was a convicted meth maker. This explains there erratic behavior.

    Also there has been no reward offered in this case.

    There is no physical evidence of a crime.

    By all accounts they were going to buy this land to be “left alone”.

    Also don’t forget they took the brown “satchel” with them…there was no sign the truck was ransacked…and don’t forget they were in an EXTREMELY low traffic area. Any perp would have had all the time in the world to do whatever.

  6. Brett Says:

    Some other interesting notes:

    The daughter was taken out of school prior to the disappearnace.

    The last pic taken on the Jamisons cell phone had the daughter standing alone infront of a large rock. Some have said they don’t think it was taken by the Jamisons. What reason would a perp take a pic with someone elses cell phone? And what would the Jamisons be doing while this was happening? That last pic shows Madyson with dyed hair. Thus all of the missing persons posters show that last pic of Madyson with blonde hair. Very misleading.

    As for the money and the dog left in the car. It’s hard to rationalize the behavior of people whos brains may have been fried from long-term meth use.

    No physical evidence of a crime No reward…usually equals walk off.

  7. david fancois Says:

    i dont understand noone mentions who the jamisons were going to meet to buy the land… a realtor… a private seller?…also the man who last seen them has to know more. He is the only resident within a mile radius.

    • stacydeschamps Says:

      your thinking what I have been thinking this whole time,why hasn’t anyone talked about the realtor or land owner they were to meet or who they talk to online? And something that keeps driving me crazy is the man they talk to on the Mountain that lived up there!He even helped them find the land they were looking for and he saw the little girl I think he might be a crazy man that likes kids and wanted that little girl and he knew the Family would be returning the next day,I think it was him I think they were coming down from looking at the land and the Crazy mountain man came up and they stop and all got out because they talked with him the day before and he had a gun and then God only knows what happen to them,well this is just my thought’s Thanks for letting me share

  8. david fancois Says:

    and also y no media coverage??.. The media has a way of not showing coverage if family is involved in sketchy business, which i dont know for sure but all allegations lead to such. He and her were in drugs, i know cause i do alot of em and is just a hunch, but one comment that stood out, the sherriff called them “scammers” in a published article, which is kinda weird.

  9. Dawn Says:

    No matter what happened to this family – meth dealers AND users do NOT leave money behind as was evidenced in this case. No matter how you look at this; all that cash left in the car does NOT add up. If they were taken by someone; that money would’ve gone missing for sure, as well. I also found it odd that the child had blonde hair in her final picture. It appears as if this family (whether under the influence of hallucinatory drugs or not) had planned to go into hiding; I’m surprised name changes weren’t also in effect at that time. They appeared to be on a methodical mission to gather up as many belongings from their home as they could take with them in that one trek up into the wilderness. This seemed to be evident from the video survelliance cameras on their property which showed them packing up their truck on that final day.

    The dog being left behind w/o food or water also sounds VERY similar to the McStay family disappearance from Carlsbad California last year. Many of the facts are eerily similar and that family’s still missing, also. One thing’s for certain – a family can’t just walk off the face of the earth and disappear into thin air.

  10. Larry Tucker Says:

    I had contact with a relative who said there had been bizarre behavior in addition to seeing angels.
    That was my point in the post I made above. The decisions they made were slightly skewed, as if they were experiencing an altered mental state.
    I don’t have enough concrete information to list this disappearance as a Subliminal Distraction episode but it sounds like one.

  11. kellywelly Says:

    It’s almost as if aliens have abducted them, haha. No matter what, this is always gonna stick to my mind as if what the hell happened to them.

  12. Cris Says:

    I am surprised that there isn’t more information as to how Bobby Jamison had 32gs in his truck. That’s a big question-secret to begin with and seems more traceable than their whereabouts. I am sure the public isn’t getting as much information as there is. Or the police hasnt yet delved deeply into the case-making sure the corroborate everyones story. Someone must have known something- what was going on in their life-a friend of the family-a friend of a friend. Time sometimes loosens up people in talking.

    Where did he obtain the money? Did he withdraw it from a bank account? What do their cell phone records say about who they came in contact with.

    Bobby sued his own father. And his father had a violent streak according to his mother-thats somethings thats been glossed over in the media. What’s all of this about them scamming people??! What kind of people did they associate with?! I am surprised the family isn’t more investigated. It is very important to look into all the family members as they may have had reason for revenge.

    Something that throws me off is that the mother disappeared with her gun-the fact that she felt compelled to carry her gun everywhere in the first place and shot at a white supremacist who was boarding at the Jamison’s home prior to disappearing. She took it on this trip.

    The fact that they were so standoffish with neighbors-and secretive does make me think of a possible drug connection-they both lost a lot of weight, acted erratic, hallucinations. They could be connected to a meth lab elsewhere (not in the home) or cocaine. If she had issues, and wanted a divorce intending to commit a murder suicide their bodies would have been found. It almost seems like she had someone stalking her and the child-I mean to murder the whole family seems like mafia revenge scenario or someone very sick who was stalking them and wanted the women.

    It just doesn’t make sense that if it was a drug deal gone wrong because they would have taken the money. I could be incorrect.

    The video of them packing to leave is really daunting. They did look dazed-but it could also be that they were tired, hadn’t slept. Just because they didn’t talk to each other doesn’t signify that they were on drugs, thats just my opinion. There could have been tension between the two. Perhaps an argument, perhaps uneasy about taking the trip and the drive ahead. But again-who were the people selling this land, and why isn’t there more information out there on them.

    The owning a gun and the seeing angels creates a scenario of paranoia, but it isn’t uncommon for people in the South to have paranormal beliefs, its the dads comments about shooting a spirit that really makes me think he was hallucinating or out of it. The fact that he was involved in lawsuits makes me think of a revenge killing scenario. Another clue is the 11 page letter full of anger from the mom who wanted to leave the relationship, having a cute little daughter makes me wonder-couldn’t someone they associated with become obsessed with the women follow them and abduct them. Their disappearance location doesn’t seem random it actually points to premeditation.

    I hope they are found very soon!

    • Larry Tucker Says:

      There is another strange family disappearance. In the other case there was a trail on the family computer for information about taking children into Mexico on adult passports. Video by security cameras shows a family group from behind walking into the border crossing point. Relatives identified the children but not the adults from that video. They were seen in a Walmart in Mexico. But no one can explain why they disappeared or why they are hiding..

      The story is on E! Investigates.

      These strange disappearances usually happen to single college students. Remember Brian Shaffer, Maura Murray, Michael Negrete, Justin Gains, or Josh Guimond? The oldest case on the Internet is Ron Tammen, Miami of Ohio, April 1953. …He was sighted three hours after he would have walked away but so confused he didn’t know his name. The case was so strange that the library at Miami University maintains a site about it with Adobe copies of police files and pictures of his dorm room.

      VisionAndPsychosis_Net See the Missing Students page. The Letters page is a simple presentation of the unrealized history of Subliminal Distraction mental breaks.

      • marcy lily Says:

        You are aware that family you claimed walked into mexico were found over 100 miles NORTH dead and buried in the Mojave . The McStays were murdered and never made it to Mexico . Maurra Murray was facing credit card theft and fraud charges and other legal issues so she had some reasons to run but sadly must likely met foul play while doing so .
        The pseudo-science you keep ranting about belongs on a conspiritard site .

      • Larry Tucker Says:

        Pseudo Science?

        For fifty years businesses like Herman Miller, Steelcase, Knoll, and Haworth have sold cubicles and designed open plan offices using “Systems Furniture” to prevent what they see as a harmless temporary episode of psychotic-like confusion.

        Subliminal Distraction is explained in first semester college psychology under the physiology of sight, subliminal sight, and peripheral vision reflexes.

        Please don’t repeat your accusations without a competent investigation of the problem. Don’t reveal your ignorance to everyone.

        I can prove the connection of Subliminal Distraction and depression.

        If you can perform the harmless demonstration of subliminal sight and habituation in peripheral vision on my site you can perform my experiment to experience the onset of depression from Subliminal Distraction.

        Since it takes several hours daily for a few days to cause the psychotic episode the experiment is safe if you stop it when you begin to experience the onset of depression.

        After you stop the experiment the thoughts it causes will vanish in a day or so.

        I require an email exchange for a release and acknowledgement of risk to receive the instructions.

        Tell me anyone else who can show you how to produce a psychotic mental break on command.

  13. angel michelle hensley Says:

    Intriging article! Forencics Files profiled the Jamison Family. It’s captivating and draws into it’s depts of “What, Why and Where are they?” Any new findings from the sheriff, elijah ? He has done an outstanding job on what little he had to work with in the case.

    Intrigued in kentucky

  14. Jake Rego Says:

    What is puzzling about this case seems to be such a low media input or follow up, Iam glad I stumbled upon this website with at least recent postings, the mcstay case is also intriguing and at least there is partial video of the border crossing, this one with the dog and money still in the car really makes you wonder…..

  15. Georgina Corradine Says:

    I think everyone is reading too much into this. there is no one that disliked the family that much that they would want to kill them, let’s be honest about it. what’s the chances of them encountering
    someone whilst on that land? sherilyn had a gun and i’m sure she would use it.

    it seems to me they perished from exposure. Dehydration would likely occur the second day. Leaving everything behind, a reasonable guess is they travelled in an ever widening radius and got lost. They could not find there way back. Predator animals would carry off remains. It is my understanding that terrains of oil slick mud made it all but impossible to learn their fate and this would still be the scenario even is someone did kill them. after all, it was 9+ days before the area was searched.

    i know it sounds heartless, but nobody has posted this possibility. i really hope i’m wrong and they are somewhere alive.

    • Wayne Howell Says:

      I do not think it is likely that they died from exposure, for a few reasons. The first is that it sounds like they were not city folk, they were native to this area and used to being in the woods. Even if they got lost, they would eventually stumble upon someone’s house or a road. The area is not so remote that you can walk 10 miles without finding signs of civilization.

      Also, if they had died from exposure then their remains would not be hidden and would have been found by now. The area that they went missing is such a popular hunting area that a hunter would have found some of their bones by now. I hunt down in that general area and, trust me, even if they died on private property, there are MANY hunters who trespass to hunt. I just don’t think its likely that they died from exposure.

      These people were not smart enough to walk away with no traces either. They would have been discovered by now. Either they met a tragic fate in the woods (dad went nuts and killed the wife, daughter, then himself) or they met with foul play, which is likely considering they were both dopey.

    • Chris jones Says:

      I’ve been to the site the truck still sits at. Remote does not begin to describe the terrain. But it is heavily crisscrossed with streams to prevent dehydration and you could follow any steam downhill to hwy. Hogs wolves and an occasional bear in the area stay as far as possible from humans. I’ve hiked without maps in the area without fear.

      • Chris jones Says:

        No one mentions the 93 meth dealers they turned states evidence against. Either they were murdered or witness protected end of story.

      • Wayne Howell Says:

        Interesting… I didn’t know they turned states evidence against other Meth heads. I think witness protection is unlikely because of the dog being left in the vehicle. I think you hit the nail on the head, they were murdered. Tragic end to a sad story.

  16. Rizzo Mongoo Says:

    Does anyone know the GPS coordinates or precise location where the Jamison’s vehicle was found?

  17. Mat Says:

    I have reviewed most of the facts in this case. REGARDLESS of what was occurring in their personal lives, as a federal investigator of 22 years my instincts tell me this family was abducted. The perpetrator(s) knew the lay of the land, had the ability to not only control, but transport three people through rugged terrain and had no interest in personal property or money. This abduction, which is what I believe this was, is eerily similar to unexplained missing persons cases that have been documented since the late 1800s. The common denominators are; the abduction takes place at or near a wilderness area with dense, hard to navigate or rugged terrain, inclement weather hits the area shortly after the disappearance as if the perpetrator plans the event around bad weather as to disrupt search & rescue operations or eliminate tracks or scents for K-9s, the abduction occurred in an area that has a history or cluster of unexplained disappearances. I believe the remains of this family are within a 20 mile radius of where they disappeared, possibly in a river bed, which conceals footprints. Wait and see…

    • L K Tucker Says:

      Your analysis leaves out important facts. Both of the adults had hallucinated spirit beings on the roof. He had tried to buy bullets that would kill these spirits. A family member told me that Sherilyn believed she could cast safety spells for friends. Before you create abductors or criminals you should explain their mental state and how it effected this incident.

      • Mat Says:

        I did not create an abductor, the facts and circumstances did. Some of the presumptions one must take into account are historical cases, actionable leads, facts and evidence and as you realize, no bodies, no suicide note, nothing found in the area. I believe the seasoned Officers with the SO and OBOI had a bad feeling in the pit of their stomachs shortly after digesting this one. A suicide pact could have been accomplished in their residence, vehicle, on the site of the disappearance or nearby woulds. People just do not disappear. Further more, individuals, especially the mentally ill, physically or mentally handicapped, challenged, or as you are implying in this case, the delusional, are even more susceptible to depredation. I believe this family was lured into the woods by someone or thing, then forcefully removed from the area. I can not imagine what the families of these missing people have gone through. I pray they find peace and closure quickly…

    • Larchy Says:

      Yes taken by aliens

  18. p Says:

    someone knew they were going to be there, that they wanted to buy land (maybe someone else wanted that land?) , what about that guy who showed them the way….? he knew they would be there, knows the area (was a local) and the jamisons gave him info about their plans etc…when they would be there, what they wanted to do etc….

  19. cannaanna Says:

    Anyone, elaborate on the folks they turned states evidence on??? or was that secret?

    • Mat Says:

      Court documents are public record. Check with the clerk of court. Could have but I doubt it. I’ve been working confidential/cooperating sources for 23 years, even if they were, lets say the typical meth head usually has few resources, are more concerned about his/her own skin, already in a state of depraved health and would have trouble abducting a 2 year old, much less 3 people. They are usually only concerned with staying out of jail, so they are usually snitching on some other doper to avoid or shorten their own incarceration, so they can go back to snorting more meth or getting rehab. THAT’S the real world. I want to avoid the snitch gets revenge movies…

  20. cannaanna Says:

    I guess my question should have gone to Chris Jones. Was it 93 Meth Dealers??? I was just asking if there was any newspaper articles to the fact, that is all. Otherwise…..

    • Mat Says:

      Sorry…just getting my 2cents in, but…the feds can net about 50 arrests in 3-5 months with 1-3 informants. 93 would be a stretch…just sayin’, its all public record

  21. Louise Meek Says:

    I have just watched a documentary on tv about this case. my first initial thought before i had seen anything was that they had gone up to purchase land and maybe taken money with them to do so that they had saved up. if someone knew they were doing this they could have then driven up there forced them at gunpoint driven them away and that is why the dogs never ventured further into forest as they were taken away from the location the money taken but not all of it maybe sherrilyn had stashed it in several places and she took only part of it hoping that they would get out of it alive but then with the money and the family the perpetrator took off and killed them and disposed of em elsewhere. and if that lodger was involved just cause fbi said he had alibi that is crap he could have accomplice especially if money of large amount involved and secondly he had an extensive crimjnal history so would know other criminals. i think they are looking too much into the parents bizarre ways of thinking and not the straightforward basic facts money and greed and robbery simple and barefaced truths. people dont kill people if they are weird or dont like a family they not gona go jail for killing someone unless a big reason and mostly its money that drives people and it was obviously someone who knew they were there and probably known to them.

    • Wayne Howell Says:

      I’d be interested to know what the name of the documentary that you saw was. I’d like to watch it too. Can you tell me what you watched?

    • Nick Says:

      Agreed except if someone killed them for the money, why is the money still at the scene? This is what boggles my mind. In any theory that people have said, why did they leave the money? If they went into hiding they would surely take 32 thousand $ with them. I also watched this episode and it left me confused.

      • Mat Says:

        In reference to my earlier post…I’ll just cut right to the chase. It is possible that the perpetrator is not human…This area has a history dating back for a hundred years…

      • L K Tucker Says:

        Your suggestion that the perpetration was not human won’t fly. The deaths through animal predation would have left tracks of the encounter. At least one of them would have been killed near enough to have been found by tracking dogs.

      • Mat Says:

        It flies well Mr. Tucker. You are assuming that the predation I was referring to was perpetrated by a known species…

      • Meaghan Says:

        I will allow no talk of Bigfoot, werewolves, monsters, vampires, ghosts or other supernatural creatures on this blog.

  22. Molly B Says:

    The Documentary I watched on this subject is called Disappeared. It is an Investigation Discovery show. You can watch it on Netflix. I believe it is Season 2, episode 10

  23. Mat Says:

    In case that was directed at me, I didn’t mention any of the above, you did. Besides, the only thing I believe in is God. The rest require scientific proof. The five latter have none that I am aware of, however the first one does in the form of hair, scat, plausible and credible eye-witnesses reports, photos and videos. I’ll cease and desist right here.

    But if the shoe fits…

    BTW, thanks for putting up with me Meaghan…

  24. Nat Says:

    Let’s keep this civil.

    I google this case now and then to see if any new info has come to light. This and the McStay case. I just can’t stop thinking of the child. If her parents were messed up she was probably already scared and then whatever happened is just worse. This is such a sad case. I hope it’s solved someday.

  25. Sharylyn A Says:

    If I got lost and could see a water tower, I think I might climb it to look for the truck,maybe get a drink. In time searchers could have sniffed them out,however.

  26. Barbara Says:

    Just watched the show last night in the year 2013 and found this site to see if they had been found. I really don’t think they disappeared by their choice because of one thing: the 32 K cash left in the truck. You need money to survive no matter who you are and cash is untraceable. So they would have surely took that or they truly are plain stupid. My suspicions lead to abduction rather than disappearing on their own. The only thing missing was the gun and maybe the abductor took it away from them. It is very baffling.

  27. Thinker Belle Says:

    They may have found them in the receding waters lately. Two bodies were found with a cinder block and cable nearby.

    They want a revolution with teeth. The little girl was missing two.

    They had family troubles and filed a suit expecting to be paid for work-something that isn’t part of the local culture.

    The money-much like the dog-is a metaphor of things to come.

    They have been conducting studies in which some have to move to Paris to complete. The book of Genesis is clear on the reason(s).

    Paris Texas is a drive in deed.

  28. ms Edna Says:

    Its a horrible feeling not knowing, Use well know and trusted. psychics….. and listen to what they have to say….

  29. Ilaria Says:

    We should read through the lines. They’re alive and don’t want to be found: a few days after their disappearance there was a police operation,a very precise operation. And, the money found was given very quickly to Star Jamison. Last thing: no LE, or FBI or nothing are searching for them. 1+1+1. I bag your pardon for my English :).

  30. markus Says:

    Their behavior is VERY indicative of heavy meth use. I’ve known people completely burnt out by meth that claimed government trained monkeys where spying on them from trees on their property.
    As for the person that said a meth user would never leave money behind has obviously never done meth. Meth users (myself included when I was younger) are VERY prone to hiding and losing/forgetting about not only valuables but even their meth.
    The psychosis caused by meth has even caused people I know to call an ambulance due to believing insects where infesting their throats and calling the police because they believe a group of gang members, all wearing miami dolphins jackets where at the door trying to break in.

  31. Lexa Says:

    Just saw a recent-ish story about this. A friend of Sherilynn’s is saying someone called her with an anonymous tip pointing to the white supremacist dude who had worked as their handyman. Dunno if there’s anything to it, but Id love it if the case became active again. If nothing else, I don’t believe they walked away. Not without the dog and the 35 grand.

    http://www.okcfox.com/newsroom/top_stories/videos/kokh_vid_9867.shtml

  32. Clay McQuilliquin Says:

    I don’t know how much truth there is to the “turning states evidence on 90 some odd people”, but if it were true, you don’t need money to be put into the witness protection program. They give you money, give you work, (if you’er able to), and they can give you SSDI if you’re not able to. You’re moved to a different state, you’re moved again if someone happens to recognize you, so if it’s fact that they were informants, they’re doing well and good in their new lives. Also, if they are in the WPP, they aren’t allowed to contact anyone to let them know that’s what’s going to happen, nor are they allowed to call family etc., after they have been entered into the WPP. If they’re not in WPP then it’s possible they are deceased, but I pray they aren’t passed on.
    I just hope they are well, wherever they may be.

  33. LaraF Says:

    Hi there, I’m from South Africa and recently watched an tv documentary regarding the missing Jamison family. Its so sad. I’ve read all the posts, but I would like to know whether they’ve been found, or worse, their remains found? Thanks.

  34. Thinker Belle Says:

    If you want to know the location just locate the capped off well. Easy enough if you check the landman records in the area.

    Those monkeys in the trees aren’t very photogenic. Lol! Nor are they qualified drivers considering the state from witch they hale.

    Theys gets lots of money running a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center down there, don’t they. They should considering a lot of that is on Indian land.

    They have conducted “research” on Indian diet to improve their Health? Also the Mennonites. Both groups are passive.

    So, who else is there to convince? A grant funder?

  35. Heathen Wayz Says:

    the McStays left 100k in their bank account, now this family leave 32k in their car. Very confusing. It does point to foul play sadly.

  36. Heathen Wayz Says:

    PS: The documentary is on Ytube

    http://youtu.be/ImJbfVTu2kQ , same as the McStays.

  37. jessicahance93 Says:

    as most of you are forgetting, the 32k was UNDER the driver seat. it was out of sight. so even if they were forced out by someone, they may not have known about the money in the truck.
    the letter the mother wrote, as i have done many times, was most likely in a severe depression where she felt as though there was nothing left. and just starting writing.
    in madyson’s last picture she did look extremely uncomfortable. if the ‘perp’ took that picture maybe her parents were being held at gunpoint or something, or from heat exhaustion.

    this case and the mcstay family case have really made me want to puruse a degree in psych and criminal justice and work to find families like this.

  38. Georgina Corradine Says:

    A lot of people are putting to much emphasis on the 32k found in the truck. Only Bobby knew about the 32k in the truck which he was hiding from Sherilynn because of her bad spending habits. The 32k came from a land sale which he owned with his dad, Bobby senior.

    They are NOT in the witness protection program as there is no evidence to suggest this. It’s the most ridiculous theory. Trials are public, so you’d think after 4 years their testimonies would appear in an open court which clearly hasn’t occurred!

    The things that bother me most about the case is Madyson: firstly, what happened to her front teeth? I’ve heard from credible sources they were knocked out. Secondly, Madyson was the heir to Bobby Jamison sr estate, it clearly states it in the will she is the sole beneficiary. Now, that would lead to foul play on it’s own, perhaps some family members weren’t happy with that i.e. Mr Jack Jamison the uncle, who I believe is now the legal entity of the Bobby sr estate. Thirdly, there was no reward issued for information leading to the Jamison family whereabouts, why not? the 32k should have at least being put up. The family in this case have not helped at all! they have only made it more difficult to solve.

    Another thing is the CCTV – why haven’t investigators released the full CCTV footage? and they have never discussed the guy with the brown shirt on the CCTV footage.. not even on the disappeared episode which you can clearly see there was a different guy going to the truck as well as Bobby Jamison.

    If you eliminate all the theories regarding the family then it’s a straight forward case of random abduction (very unlikely) or the family chose to disappear with help from someone (the guy with the brown shirt on the CCTV).

    The fact that the FBI closed the case after 60 days, well, that just tells you what they think has happened or perhaps they have credible information that isn’t in the public domain..

  39. Larchy Says:

    I think the Jameson family were kidnapped by aliens there’s no other explernation no body’s or evidence of foul play

  40. LARRY LIPPITT Says:

    THE SKELETAL REMAINS OF TWO ADULTS AN A CHILD HAVE BEEN FOUND THREE MILES FROM WHERE THE JAMISON’S TRUCK WAS LEFT …AUTHORITIES FEEL THIS IS THE MISSING FAMILY …….MY QUESTION IS IF CADAVADER DOGS WHERE USES WHY DID THEY NOT PICK UP THE SENT OF DECOMPOSING BODIES

  41. Thinker Belle Says:

    I’ve read the cell phone reports (?) and think there are scammers moving in the area not related to their “cults.”

    After reading the psychic take on the situation, it seems as if it is expected to have a mental illness. One friend reports she has OCD and is why she has to type with all caps, otherwise she’d have an anxiety disorder. I’d wonder why she feels so compelled to be so neurotic? Did it ever occur to her that maybe she needs bifocals even though she seems young for them?

    The woman was reported to be manic depressive. At that stage in life, I’d wonder if was always that way, or did drug use bring on the illness. Spray painting around in various places makes me think she engaged in this type of vandalism as a teen perhaps-which is when she may have gotten into drug or alcohol use. As she aged, it worsened.

    The man, the wife declared, had the beginning stages of Alzheimer…not that people that young can’t have Alzheimer disease, but if he was a meth user it surely fried his brain. That, coupled with pain medication from an auto accident would have made for a dangerous situation whether or not he was still using other black market drugs.

    These two behaving as they did probably attracted the attention of the school in which the girl was enrolled. This may be why they took her out of school.

    Both being disabled made for a terrible situation for the little girl. Not that they couldn’t care for her under proper guidance, but it sounds like a volatile situation in which they lived. If they were mixing meds, forgetting meds, or someone was harassing them on the side their behavior would have worsened.

    After reading the cell records-be real or fabricated- I’d think someone is trying to demonstrate their smarts in the situation for monetary gain.

    I hope if anyone in the area is a target of those wishing to involve them in their specially formulated police training get them into another state nearby so they can be arrested.

    • Meaghan Says:

      Drug use does not cause manic-depression (aka bipolar disorder). Nor are people ever born with the illness or “always that way” — it usually manifests itself in the late teens or early twenties. There are childhood cases but they’re rare.

      Bipolar disorder is generally thought to be a combination of genetic and environmental factors. I’ve been diagnosed with a mild form of it myself; I don’t, and have never, abused illegal drugs. But drug and alcohol abuse certainly doesn’t help the disease and will in fact make it worse.

      • Larry Tucker Says:

        You should visit VisionAndPsychosis_Net to see if you have behaviors for Subliminal Distraction exposure causing what you believe to be Bipolar Disorder.

  42. KLG Says:

    After reading all of these theories regarding their deaths I became somewhat discouraged. God I hope and pray nothing happens to me that could or would cause people to pass judgment on me without even knowing me. I felt sad for the family reading all of the comments regarding their alleged drug use or their mental state.(Or lack there of. As many of your comments somewhat alluded to) If I was a relative and saw all of the things people were saying I’d be devastated. Granted a lot of their behavior was unusual but we have to remember this was at one time a very loving family. Mr. Jamison was some ones’ son, husband and father. Mrs. Jamison was some ones’ daughter, wife and mother and their daughter was an innocent child. I know everyone is just trying to make sense out of something that is totally incomprehensible. We all need to remember that at any moment a loved one can be taken from you. You might never get another opportunity to tell that person how much you love them or how special they are to you. God bless all of you. Give your loved ones a big hug and tell them how much you love them. Sorry to sound so negative, that was not my intention. It’s just sad how much violence is out in the world.

  43. Dave A Earles Says:

    The handyman being forced off their property by her gun point seems to be critical. Cops should be able to find this guy. Watching the story on ID

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