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Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« on: May 10, 2018, 07:45:PM »
She was a Surrey schoolgirl who disappeared on the afternoon of Monday 27 November 1995, only days after discovering the real cause of death of her birth mother. Did she see her bleak life stretching out before her as every teenager is at times wont to do, with every problem magnified as she vowed to make that collection of people she held responsible for her plight pay, as she alighted the taxi at a local beauty spot and disappeared without trace? https://youtu.be/pfkAO8VcKBg
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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #4 on: June 19, 2018, 10:03:PM »
good analysis I think

http://www.blogistan.co.uk/blog/mt.php/2018/05/05/the-mystery-of-ruth-wilson
The mystery is where her body is located. My hunch is that it's still in some nook on Box Hill. I doubt the father had anything to do with his daughter's disappearance; more likely he was caught up in the crossfire between her and his new wife.
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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #5 on: June 19, 2018, 10:32:PM »
The mystery is where her body is located. My hunch is that it's still in some nook on Box Hill. I doubt the father had anything to do with his daughter's disappearance; more likely he was caught up in the crossfire between her and his new wife.

no they wuld of found it by now if it was  its a populer site for dog walking it would of been sniffed out by now.

thats asuming theres anybody to find.

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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #6 on: June 19, 2018, 11:15:PM »
no they wuld of found it by now if it was  its a populer site for dog walking it would of been sniffed out by now.

thats asuming theres anybody to find.
So they say, but a local here says there are hidden places. I don't know how big it is or whether it's been thoroughly searched. https://youtu.be/WN4l959EsQw

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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #7 on: June 19, 2018, 11:19:PM »
according t her dad and one of her friends the search was pretty intensive.

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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #8 on: July 05, 2018, 03:00:PM »
steve did you notice how her frieds keep looking at each other rather tha the camra.

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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #9 on: July 05, 2018, 08:57:PM »
steve did you notice how her frieds keep looking at each other rather tha the camra.
Well I just see two concerned individuals at 16:28, probably a lot more mature now after the passage of time, just as mystified as everyone else as to why Ruth disappeared. I am surprised that none of the villagers has come forward to be interviewed, which does make me wonder again about the role of father Ian Wilson, but this would only be speculation. The flowers take on a sinister significance, the satirical gift to the stereotypical wicked stepmother and makes me think she was planning her own death, though with Surrey Police stymieing the investigation it seems everything is still very much up in the air.
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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #10 on: July 05, 2018, 09:07:PM »
Well I just see two concerned individuals at 16:28, probably a lot more mature now after the passage of time, just as mystified as everyone else as to why Ruth disappeared. I am surprised that none of the villagers has come forward to be interviewed, which does make me wonder again about the role of father Ian Wilson, but this would only be speculation. The flowers take on a sinister significance, the satirical gift to the stereotypical wicked stepmother and makes me think she was planning her own death, though with Surrey Police stymieing the investigation it seems everything is still very much up in the air.

thats asuming it was here who actully sent the flowers.

im suprised as she was so active in church and the youth club that nobody from the church or youth club wanted to be interviewed.

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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #11 on: July 05, 2018, 09:39:PM »
thats asuming it was here who actully sent the flowers.

im suprised as she was so active in church and the youth club that nobody from the church or youth club wanted to be interviewed.
Yes I got the feeling that she wasn't a particularly popular student, though there's nothing necessarily wrong in that. Maybe the locals didn't know much about her. I'd be interested to know about the school she attended and whether the rules were particularly strict and how much free time she did get. Was her disappearance retaliation for her dad keeping the secret of her mother's death all those years, were the flowers meant to be put on her grave, was that her carrying a navy blue suitcase along Reigate Road or was the truth more prosaic as Catherine claimed, namely that she just had nowhere to go?

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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #12 on: July 05, 2018, 09:51:PM »
Yes I got the feeling that she wasn't a particularly popular student, though there's nothing necessarily wrong in that. Maybe the locals didn't know much about her. I'd be interested to know about the school she attended and whether the rules were particularly strict and how much free time she did get. Was her disappearance retaliation for her dad keeping the secret of her mother's death all those years, were the flowers meant to be put on her grave, was that her carrying a navy blue suitcase along Reigate Road or was the truth more prosaic as Catherine claimed, namely that she just had nowhere to go?

what i mean was like thhe vicar or a church worker or the maager of the youth club

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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #13 on: July 05, 2018, 10:01:PM »
what i mean was like thhe vicar or a church worker or the maager of the youth club
Yes I agree and had I disappeared I would expect someone from the local church to offer themselves up for interview. I can only assume that the Wilsons were like some of my fellow-parishoners, readily attaching themselves to the ceremonies but not always attending regularly on Sundays.
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Re: Ruth Wilson: the girl with no-one to turn to?
« Reply #14 on: July 05, 2018, 11:28:PM »
Yes I agree and had I disappeared I would expect someone from the local church to offer themselves up for interview. I can only assume that the Wilsons were like some of my fellow-parishoners, readily attaching themselves to the ceremonies but not always attending regularly on Sundays.

well at fureauls vicars talk confidently about people they have never eve met so the local vicar would be able to talk about one of his ow parssiners eve if they didn't know them that well I mean she was a bell riger.