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ARREST MADE: Abigail Hernandez, 15, Missing/Returned Safe - New Hampshire
#21
The bf and family...their FB pages are not those of people pining to get somebody back. They do love to post jokes though! Much different than what you see on the pages of her group of friends. I've heard she may have run to TN within the past yr or two,not sure if that is where the dad is...supposedly he is estranged and not in their lives.

LE doesnt get this quiet unless they have something important they don't want leaking out to ruin their case..... I say this stinks of the boyfriend. I do wonder about the older guy she supposedly befriended on FB, but...is that true? She doesn't have much activity on her page at all...not even teens posting on there to come home, etc. usually they bombard an FB page when something like this happens.
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#22
That missing page with the word Help in it is run by the bf's dad... Agreed..this guy seems to care a lot there and not at all on his own page(s)

The other one, Im not sure who the admin is...
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#23
Are you getting the sense from the FB pages that bf's dad knows more than he's saying or is being overly defensive of his son or himself, Spomd?

Any indications there that Abby's family is suspicious of father and/or son?

P.s. it would be great if Abby took off to TN to see her father and she's well; but seems unlikely since there's no reported indication that she's made any contact with anyone. I'm curious about her dad, too.
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#24
I feel like their posts are planted every few days on their personal websites...just recently. I feel like this dad is totally disconnected from this case OTHER THAN he opened that page. The other page I believe is run by the head of the white mts running org... It is serious business as is his personal FB page.

Daddy seems to be covering his Jimmy Jr.... I hope and pray we are wrong in this thinking and she is hiding out somewhere in another part of the country. I sometimes think posts are by his mom, not sure why...but

eh.."something is not right!" said Ms Clavel!

Isn't it odd that only that one NhLe update tells of the 6:30 call? Almost as if they regret saying it. This is all toooo quiet. Seems the town has zipped their lips.

Did you see that post by Jimmy's father saying the trooper was going to be interested to talk about an Im he got? The problem is the writing was so garbled it is hard to even get a sense of this guy. What I don't like are the parents' FB pages. Wow that mom posts some naughty stuff! lOl. And the dad jokes about 'beat em with bats'. Doesnt appear this kid has had Norman Rockwell type upbringing haha.
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#25
This guy is on this...seemingly singlehandedly taken charge. This is the head of the running org, not James sr. http://www.whitemountainmilers.com/abby-newsletter
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#26
"This girl is and always will be an angel — very quiet, caring — and her and my boy are very close," said James Campbell. "Jimmy can't be without her."

-----quite above from article below, last sentence weird.


http://www.conwaydailysun.com/index.php/...-from-afar

By Tom Eastman and Daymond Steer
CONWAY — The search by law enforcement authorities continues for missing Kennett High freshman Abigail Hernandez, 15, of Village Way of North Conway, who was last seen the afternoon of Wednesday, Oct. 9.
Conway police Lt. Chris Perley said Monday there was "nothing new to report," but he felt law enforcement was making "some headway" in the investigation.
Rich Gray, who has been in a relationship with Abigail's mother, Zenya Hernandez, for four years, issued a statement per a reporter's request to express his thanks to the community and law enforcement and to join with others, including James D. Campbell, the father of Abigail's boyfriend, Jimmy, in expressing concern for Abby's safe return.
Gray is stationed as a chief steward in Diego Garcia on the United States Naval Ship Seay. The ship is berthed at a U.S. Naval Support facility there on Diego Garcia, which is a small island in the middle of the Indian Ocean.
Gray, who works part-time for WMWV 93.5-FM and Attitash Ski School when back home in Mount Washington Valley, was home in late summer. He flew back to the ship by way of Bahrain on Oct. 3 and is scheduled to be gone for four months.
He said he has been in touch with the FBI regarding Abigail's disappearance. He also answered a reporter's question about the ordeal by noting via email Oct. 17, “I was pretty shocked and scared when Zenya told me that night of the 9th that she hadn’t come home. It took me by surprise and I was sure that she was just out for whatever reason and that she’d be back that night. But she hadn’t done anything like that since I’ve known her, so all kinds of things went through my mind. I have my own daughter, Allie, and she sure popped into my head and how I would have felt if it was her. So I felt pretty scared for Abby. No, I didn’t see this coming. She’s really a great kid and so much fun to be around.”
He issued the following official statement:
“First I just want to give a very heartfelt thanks to the MWV community and the close friends of Zenya and Sarah [Hernandez] for the tremendous and continued support that you’ve given them and your efforts to assist the authorities in bringing Abby home. It has meant so much to me to know that they are not alone. Of course a huge thanks goes to all of the authorities such as the local and state police, the FBI, the Attorney General’s office and other officials for their incredible and ongoing efforts to find Abby. It’s truly been amazing to watch this process even from 10,000 miles away.
"That said, and I am really appreciative of all of you, the real reason that I’m making this statement is to reiterate what has been said by Zenya, Sarah (Abigail's sister) and the police. I’m pleading with anyone reading this to please contact the police with any kind of information at all about Abby, however insignificant it may seem. It could be huge. You never know. If you saw Abby or know someone who did at around the time that she went missing or you heard of something that she or someone else said, please call the authorities. If you don’t want to be in direct contact with the police, use a third party or get word to Zenya. Please tell a friend that you read this. Every bit of information we can get no matter how small is so much needed.
"Abby is such a wonderful, creative and intelligent person. We need to find a way to bring her back. She’s got a great mom and sister that love her very much and will do anything for her. Abby everyone wants you back so badly. Please help bring Abby back to her family."
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James D. Campbell, father of Abigail's boyfriend, Jimmy, spoke highly of both Jimmy and Abigail. He said Jimmy loves Abigail deeply and insisted on earning the money to take her on dates.
"The last text Jimmy got was a heart," said James D. Campbell who confirmed the text was sent on Oct. 9 around 2:52 p.m
James Campbell recalled how Jimmy and Abigail would spend time together all summer watching movies on Netflix at the Campbell home. Campbell recalled how they would laugh as Jimmy would teach her how to play a Zombies themed video game on PS3 and also how they would all go on trips to places like Portsmouth. James Campbell said if Abigail had problems, she hid them well.
"This girl is and always will be an angel — very quiet, caring — and her and my boy are very close," said James Campbell. "Jimmy can't be without her."
The Campbells and the Hernandez family want Abby to come home. James Campbell urges anyone with information on this case to contact law enforcement.
"This girl needs to be home with her family," said James Campbell.
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Anyone with information about the Abigail Hernandez case is urged to call Conway police at 356-5717 or the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI.
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#27
(11-01-2013, 08:17 AM)Spomd Wrote: "This girl is and always will be an angel — very quiet, caring — and her and my boy are very close," said James Campbell. "Jimmy can't be without her."

-----quite above from article below, last sentence weird.

Jimmy looks like a freak of nature. Bet dad praises him for drinking water.
Oh look, my boy is drinking water. Good boy Jimmy.
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#28
There are some people associated with the bf's family that the word sketchy would be a compliment. One in particular......the posts made by this person made my skin crawl. I thought cripes, lets hope LE is already watching this person. Jimmy and his parents look tame compared to this sleaze I happened upon this morning!

Haha and yes, there is a post from him on a photo of the young couple, Good boy, Jimmy!
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#29
(11-01-2013, 01:54 PM)Spomd Wrote: There are some people associated with the bf's family that the word sketchy would be a compliment. One in particular......the posts made by this person made my skin crawl. I thought cripes, lets hope LE is already watching this person. Jimmy and his parents look tame compared to this sleaze I happened upon this morning!

Haha and yes, there is a post from him on a photo of the young couple, Good boy, Jimmy!

You're talking about Raphe. Don't know what to make of that. Is he a tow truck driver? Like Jimmy boy's dad?
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#30
Nope..don't recall that one.
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#31
Ok. Yeah, see Ralph now....remembered his post clearly, not the name. He looks maybe two very small steps above the other guy. Not on Abigail's page. On the bf's father's..the friend in the truck that didn't look OKaY to gain access to the Golden Banana...yeah. Sketchy circle of buddies.
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#32
And now daddy shows up.....blah, on iPad and it isn't giving me option for photo of the post. He posted a biig long ltr to her and a few photos from when she was little on his new FB page and on the vigil page. Seems the page has been there since about when she went missing, but not a word from him til now? Got to wonder where he was last week and the week before that and the week before that!
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#33
Letter from Abby's Dad

Thanks for referencing it, Spomd.

I can't verify that the poster, Ruben Hernandez, is in fact Abby's dad. But, it seems so.

This is the letter that Ruben Hernandez posted on the on-line vigil site and on his Facebook page.


My Dearest Abby,

We don’t know if you ran away but if you did, it’s important for you to know Sweetheart that nobody is angry with you, and you are not and will not be in any trouble. I just need to know that you are OK. I am very worried that you are out there in the cold, because I don’t know if you have a jacket. I am also worried that you may not be eating. I am hoping and praying that you are safe, warm, and that you are eating.

Please Sweetheart, if you are able; find a way to let us all know that you are ok. It can be a simple message like posting your favorite Bible scripture (Book, chapter and verse.) It’s the one that you also used as your password. Dad remembers what it was. You can post is on Face book, Twitter, text it, or however you wish. Or you can phone it in to anyone that you trust. You can phone it in or Fax it to the Conway Police Department at (603) 356-5785 Fax 356-8837. Or you can call the Jackson Police Department at (603) 383-9292 Fax 383-8150. You can also call the dispatch number at (603) 539-2284. It doesn’t matter if anyone answers or if the call goes to voicemail. If you don’t want to say anything just say the Bible scripture. If you don’t want to do it yourself maybe you can get someone to do it for you. Or use whatever method you wish. It doesn’t matter how you contact us, but please Sweetheart find a way to let us know that you are ok.

You probably didn’t anticipate all the media attention that you are getting, and we understand that it can be overwhelming and a bit frightening. But please know that I promise that I will do my best to keep the media away from you, and no one will embarrass you. For whatever reason that may have caused you to run away you know deep in your heart that you can always come to me, as you have in the past and we can work it out. No matter what it is.

Please know that I am praying and trusting in God, and our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ that they are watching over you, and will return you safely to us. And I hope that you are also staying in prayer, and having faith. Please stay strong Sweetheart.

In the last letter that you wrote me you ended it by saying….”I love you very, very, very much and that you will always be my dad.” Well darling let me also say that I love you very, very, very much, and that you will always be my daughter.

With Love,
DAD
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#34
(10-15-2013, 06:13 AM)Maggot Wrote: It sounds almost like another north country case from a few years ago.

This is nowhere near say, Haverhill or some other town like that, right ?

When you referred to the area as God's country, kidnappings, death, heaven and angels weren't the first things that crossed my mind.
Commando Cunt Queen
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#35
The story is out of Mt Washington Valley, literally nestled at the base of the white mountains on the Nh/ME border.

Here's a local reporting regarding daddy: http://www.unionleader.com/apps/pbcs.dll...=mobileart


CONWAY – Abigail Hernandez' father has appeared on Facebook, the medium that friends and law enforcement said his daughter used so heavily before her disappearance, and he posted a letter to his daughter, asking her to somehow try and make contact with her family.

Abigail's mother, Zenya Hernandez, confirmed that her husband, Ruben Hernandez, was the one who posted the letter and is the likely owner of the Facebook page with his name, which features numerous photos of Abigail and her sister, Sarah, when they were children.

"We don't know if you ran away but if you did, it's important for you to know Sweetheart that nobody is angry with you, and you are not and will not be in any trouble. I just need to know that you are OK," he wrote in the letter.

According to Facebook, Ruben Hernandez joined the social media site Oct. 11, though the pictures posted in his timeline all were posted on Sunday as he took part in the online vigil for his daughter Sunday night.

Ruben Hernandez has not returned messages asking for comment. But his wife confirmed that to the best of her knowledge, he posted the message.

"That was his writing, those are his pictures," Zenya Hernandez said.

Zenya Hernandez confirmed that her husband has two homes, one in the Conway area. When asked where his second home is and the status of their relationship, Zenya said, "I can't talk about that part."

On the page, Ruben Hernandez lists three friends, one of whom is from Houston, Texas, one who lists a Massachusetts high school on her page, and one man who does not give a home location on his Facebook page.

FBI Agent Kieran Ramsey said law enforcement paid close attention to the online vigil and took note of Ruben Hernandez's post.

"I can't confirm that it was him, but we are aware of the post," he said.

Ramsey would not comment on the relationship between Abigail's parents or Ruben Hernandez's whereabouts.

"All I will say is what we've said before, we've interviewed all the family members and they have been cooperative," he said.
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#36
Thanks for the article, Spomd.

"All I will say is what we've said before, we've interviewed all the family members and they have been cooperative." - LE.

I wonder why dad hasn't made a public appearance before; can imagine a few possible reasons but there are probably dozens more.

Judging by his post, to me, he seems convinced that Abby left willingly, at least initially. Doesn't appear that LE scripted the post for him, but who knows?

Everyone's being cooperative, according to LE. What I really wonder is if anyone's been cleared.
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#37
I hope she is found, even if it is in L.A. doing porn with a blow up doll. At least she is alive.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.
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#38
Sounds like LE worked in confirming it was him. What is the big secret about him though? Mom can't comment where he is..I've seen only one post questioning where he has been on both missing pages combined..and one stating "you don't know his condition". STRANGE! The only real griping Ibe seen is by the b/f's dad on his page.

Are people really not questioning it? I figured those pages would ha e exploded with upset by now...even the article seems to question it! Everything I saw last night with how the page had been there, he hadnt used it, etc.

Agreed, Maggot..... Come home alive, anything is possible I suppose and the more strangeness that shows up in this case the more I think maybe she is alive.

Still there is that 6:30pm call announced by the NHLE and not another word since. They HAVE to have some clue and are desperately awaiting some real evidence.

There was also a friend who posted that 'nobody would know this' but her and Abby were best friends. She talked to her about stuff she didnt tell others and she wished Abby would have shared with people other than just her. Either the kid is a creep looking for attention or she had iSight I to her mindset before disappearing.
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#39
(11-04-2013, 07:07 PM)HairOfTheDog Wrote: Thanks for the article, Spomd.

"All I will say is what we've said before, we've interviewed all the family members and they have been cooperative." - LE.. What I really wonder is if anyone's been cleared.

Me, too. I am doubting it... I'm sure they are watching all of them very closely. Hard to clear people when they have seemingly nothing at all.
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#40
The father's note and the FBI thinking do not match AT ALL! (found this on the net, can't access through the paper it came from anymore...wow and I thought I was obsessedLOL)

http://s296.photobucket.com/user/crankyc...ort=6&o=62
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