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Well, I want to talk about Austin’s “amnesia” regarding the time span of 2am to 11:30am on March 22. This would’ve been roughly from the time the 3 left the party till Austin met up with his buddies at that bar. You might also remember that it was Danielle’s sister, Tannah, who heard Austin tell the police that he couldn’t remember a lot from that period.
Why did he do that?
I know that seems like a somewhat rhetorical question but I think there is something that can be derived from Austin’s comment about the amnesia. To put it another way . . . and I bring this up because we’ve heard this kind of stuff before on Unfound, why didn’t Austin tell the cops, “I got up that morning and she was gone.”
Where have we heard it before?
Rosemary Rapp. Julie Earley. Charlotte Pollis. Christi Nichols. I could go on.
The “I got up and she was gone” “I came home and she was gone” “ I went out for a bit and when I came back she was gone” explanation is THE MOST COMMON explanation in all disappearances. Period.
Once again then, why didn’t Austin say that?
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Danielle Marie Sleeper was a 32 year old from Magnolia, TX. She was a housewife and had 3 children. In the early morning hours of March 22, 2015, Danielle, her husband, and their child left a party. Later that day, the husband came home from an appointment to find Danielle gone. She was never seen again.
If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Danielle Sleeper, please contact Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at 936-760-5876.