Victoria Family traumatised

MusicMan

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The following unfolding story has a taste of High Strangeness to it, and it will be worth following to see what transpires. The whole thing is still under investigation by authorities.

Quoting:
"THE intrigue and mystery surrounding the Tromp family has deepened as it emerges that Riana Tromp was found near “catatonic” in the back of a stranger’s ute."

http://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act/victorian-couple-mark-and-coby-tromp-are-missing-in-the-nsw-central-tablelands/news-story/98abf2f1ed315392a599f653b5115aaa

Apparently they were having some family problems, and took a family trip to the mountains, to Jenolan Caves, to take a bit of a break and R&R.

The husband is still missing. The mother is recovering in a hospital in YASS, and I think the siblings are still being interviewed.

Worth keeping an eye on.
 

MusicMan

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Re: Victorian Family traumatised

More from another source.
Interestingly, it turns out they all lived on a BERRY FARM.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-09-02/search-for-missing-victorian-man-continues-after-bizarre-trip/7807552

"Berry farmer Mr Tromp, 51, and his family left their home at Silvan, east of Melbourne, on Monday, taking cash but leaving behind bank cards and mobile phones."
 

MusicMan

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Re: Victorian Family traumatised

Here's the latest:

http://www.news.com.au/national/victoria/search-for-missing-victorian-man-mark-tromp-enters-its-fifth-day/news-story/8c86d8c1977beb37d184e310c3f6d96e

"THE Victorian berry farmer who disappeared during a bizarre family getaway five days ago has been found, police report.
Mark Tromp was spotted on the outskirts of Wangaratta on Saturday night. Police are yet to reveal his condition.
The 51-year-old was reportedly seen walking alone on the side of the road near Wangaratta Airport about 5.50pm."

The issue is still under investigation.
 

Laura

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Re: Victorian Family traumatised


Let's keep an eye on it. It sounds like a classic case, but you never know what twists and turns it could take. And of course, if it IS a "classic case", it will be muddied and covered up.
 

Ocean

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Re: Victorian Family traumatised

This is the Secure Team video of the event.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4rCcEhEVHE
 

c.a.

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Re: Victorian Family traumatised

MusicMan said:
The following unfolding story has a taste of High Strangeness to it, and it will be worth following to see what transpires. The whole thing is still under investigation by authorities.

Quoting:
"THE intrigue and mystery surrounding the Tromp family has deepened as it emerges that Riana Tromp was found near “catatonic” in the back of a stranger’s ute."

http://www.news.com.au/national/nsw-act/victorian-couple-mark-and-coby-tromp-are-missing-in-the-nsw-central-tablelands/news-story/98abf2f1ed315392a599f653b5115aaa

Apparently they were having some family problems, and took a family trip to the mountains, to Jenolan Caves, to take a bit of a break and R&R.

The husband is still missing. The mother is recovering in a hospital in YASS, and I think the siblings are still being interviewed.

Worth keeping an eye on.
Eerily similar to Dave's 411 :shock:
Current Events
http://www.canammissing.com/current_events.html
8/30- In dozens of interviews where Mr. Paulides addresses missing people that were found alive, he emphasized that many don't have a memory of the incident. In this event, a highly educated emergency room physician wh was trail running and subsequently disappeared:
• Lost Time

• Loss of Memory

• Injured

• Was found by someone other then a SAR team member.

http://www.kdrv.com/news/391683421.html

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Ashley Laird's Family Speaks About Her Disappearance - Aug. 29, 2016 Video
http://www.kdrv.com/news/391683421.html#sthash.tMAAp9tJ.dpuf
JACKSONVILLE, Ore. -- Ashley laird is still recovering in the hospital on Monday. She was rescued from a trail on John's Peak on Sunday evening after leaving for a run from Jacksonville on Friday morning. She did not return, and was reported missing on Friday.

When she was found, she had been gone for about 56 hours and was dedydrated and weak.

Her husband, Dan Arnold says they still don't know exactly what happened and they may never know.

When ashley spoke with rescuers, she actually thought it was Saturday instead of Sunday, and could not remember many details.

She did have a bump on her head so they think she may have fallen and gotten disoriented.

Throughout the last few days, hundreds helped with the search and rescue, and thousands put the word out on social media.

Laird's family says they are so grateful for all of that support.

"That's what we just keep talking about. We feel just so so lucky that they're all of these people that were willing to drop everything and devote big chunks of time and effort to helping us find Ashley," said Arnold.

Dan also told me that once they had a place to look, it was actually Ashley's dad, Bruce, who spotted her and ended up carrying her to safety.

"He was walking this one section of the trail and he saw her through the woods and he ran to her and he got her and he carried her out. I think that that's sort of the most poetic possible ending that you could have. To have her dad be the one who found her and carried her out that last little bit," said Arnold.

Laird's family says they do not yet know how long she will be in the hospital. She is expected to make a full recovery.
 

Ocean

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Re: Victorian Family traumatised

Secure Team also reports a mass UFO sighting in Australia 7 days ago
 
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