This will by my 50th post in a row. I think after tonight’s post, I will take a short break. Unless, of course, I get a really great idea for a post, or I can manage to make posts sometime other than right before I have to go to sleep. I am a little crazy so I might not even disappear. I haven’t decided yet.
Wednesday, January 13, 2023
“Nearly two weeks into the search for Cora Wilkins, and there were still no leads as to her whereabouts, or whether she was alive or dead.
Her husband, Clay Wilkins, has never been a person of interest in the case, and the authorities continue to say they are treating the case as simply a missing person, and they suspect no foul play.
Detectives have been interviewing people close to Mrs Wilkins, hoping to find some sort of clue. Perhaps some change in behavior or concerning conversations. So far they’ve had no clues.
Sources say the anonymous tip line has been riddled with a combination of actual concern, prank calls, false reports, and rumors.
The reality seems to be that Mrs Wilkins was not close to many outside her family.
“She had really just stopped talking to people.” One person, who asked not to be identified. “She used to be very talkative, and funny. But she slowly changed over time.”
When the individual was asked when the change began, they responded. “Oh, about a year ago. I don’t really know why, she didn’t tell me.”
Another individual said something completely opposite. “Oh, she’s always been very friendly, a great people person. Right up until the day she went missing.” They too declined to be identified, only stating that they worked with Mrs. Wilkins. “Everyone I know of liked her. She was just fun to talk to, you know?
It is interesting to note that most of the individuals that were interviewed worked with Mrs Wilkins at some point in time. There were few people come forward to be interviewed.
We have reached out to Mrs Wilkins’ family for statements but we have not gotten any response as of the publishing if this article.
What remains to be seen is whether the situation is one forced upon the wife and mother of one, or did Cora Wilkins disappear of her own volition?”
To be continued