Young couple goes on van tour of US, boy comes back with van - no girl (3 Viewers)

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Well, that settles that. How long before they release finding of the notebook? Was it a thousand pages long, why is nothing being reported?
Where did he get the gun? He was never known to be packing heat. That is the next question, no gun was ever recovered near the partial remains and I don't think guns travel far in water.
 

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Where did he get the gun? He was never known to be packing heat. That is the next question, no gun was ever recovered near the partial remains and I don't think guns travel far in water.
That was going to be my question. There was no current or tide in the water he was found, it was just rain water overflow.
 
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Where did he get the gun? He was never known to be packing heat. That is the next question, no gun was ever recovered near the partial remains and I don't think guns travel far in water.
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My guess is that he’ll probably be found in the woods dead via suicide before too long

I expected this was how it’d go from the start. Nothing can take away their loss, but hopefully both families will be able to find some closure.
 

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I expected this was how it’d go from the start. Nothing can take away their loss, but hopefully both families will be able to find some closure.
I’m lucky that I’m not in a position to know, but what is ‘find closure’?
Is it possible with a tragic loss
I can’t remember how long ago MBS lost his brother, but I think it’s been awhile and it still seems raw
My wife’s family lost her father to a motorcycle accident decades ago, and the loss seems to have encoded itself into my MiL’s life
I’m not trying to be obtuse, but what is closure?
 

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I’m lucky that I’m not in a position to know, but what is ‘find closure’?
Is it possible with a tragic loss
I can’t remember how long ago MBS lost his brother, but I think it’s been awhile and it still seems raw
My wife’s family lost her father to a motorcycle accident decades ago, and the loss seems to have encoded itself into my MiL’s life
I’m not trying to be obtuse, but what is closure?

Closure is similar to acceptance, the last stage of grief. It doesn’t mean that you’re forgetting about lost loved ones or that you’ve suddenly became okay with their loss, it just means that you’ve come to terms with it.

Everyone processes grief differently, but I do think closure is possible. It’s not easy and it’s generally something you have to work towards. Things like reaching out to someone or creating new routines can be helpful.
 
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I’m lucky that I’m not in a position to know, but what is ‘find closure’?
Is it possible with a tragic loss
I can’t remember how long ago MBS lost his brother, but I think it’s been awhile and it still seems raw
My wife’s family lost her father to a motorcycle accident decades ago, and the loss seems to have encoded itself into my MiL’s life
I’m not trying to be obtuse, but what is closure?
I think the closure is in knowing that the person responsible for this whole mess actually did this and he's offed himself or faced justice. They no longer have to wait for justice.

That certainly doesn't mean the pain and grief goes away.
 

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