He disappeared from this city of 5,600 in December. Police saw no signs he planned on leaving and have acknowledged they did little to search for the professor. "We could've searched these remote areas for days and days and days, but where do you start?" said acting Chadron Police Chief Margaret Keiper.
Gee, I hope local authorities would be this thorough if I were missing.
"THE SKIES SHALL RAIN BLOOD AND ALL THE WORLD SHALL QUAKE IN THE SHADOW OF THE CARDINAL AND GOLD!"
Sounds like the broken hip was suffered two years ago.
I get a bit of a kick on how they suggest he was overly careful walking about, and insinuate that would prevent him from heading to the hills - as if somebody who is about to commit suicide would worry about falling or injuring themselves.
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