Krystal Bailey: Washed Away | Ep 256




Krystal Bailey was a 29 year old from Plainfield, Vermont. She was a mother of 4 and had a very tough life. On the night of February 25, 2017, Krystal was in a car being driven by a drunk friend. They wrecked, then ran off. The driver was caught. Krystal was never seen again.

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1470970833285235

Charley Project:

https://charleyproject.org/case/krystal-bailey

Vermont State Police:

https://vsp.vermont.gov/unsolved/missing/a/bailey

Article:

https://www.timesargus.com/opinion/editorials/where-is-krystal-bailey/article_583d8515-fc20-5d32-8b57-fb2067148570.html

YouTube Map analysis:

https://youtu.be/LHdrKDAAD2E

If you have any information regarding the disappearance of Krystal Bailey, please contact the Vermont State Police at802-229-9191.



I’ve convinced myself the water science is not as exact as we need it when disappearances are concerned. The scientists surely can predict what water levels will be during a hurricane. They can predict what the water temperature will be in the middle of a Florida summer. They can predict when the dreaded “red tide” will hit the Gulf Coast of Florida. They can look at snowfall in Minnesota then predict how bad flooding will be on the Mississippi in Missouri and southward.

That’s all fine.

But finding people in water is a whole different thing. For all the above, those are what we would call “marco” types of situations. Big. Huge. Worldwide. In addition, scientists have the advantage that they happen over and over and over.

With disappearances, we can’t get much more “micro”. And, they happen very seldom. Every time is pretty much the first time.

Edward Dentzel | Patreon Blog

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