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Misty Croslin Cummings fails 3 new tests related to the disappearance of Haleigh Cummings

August 26, 2009

Misty Croslin Cummings has apparently failed 3 new tests related to her involvement in the Haleigh Cummings disappearance.

Tim Miller, Texas  Equusearch founder, says the family contacted him to search again, and that Misty said she wanted a chance to clear her name.  She asked for another polygraph test as well as hypnosis and voice analysis.  Apparently Misty wanted to take the tests even though her attorney was against it.

In a signed letter, Misty said her attorney, Robert Fields, told her not to take the polygraph but she wanted to anyway.

read:  pretest release LINK

Misty Cummings takes tests on own recognizance

Miller said she not only agreed to undergo hypnosis and voice analysis, but she “failed miserably” at  the polygraph examination, and “did not cooperate” with the hypnosis.

Here are the 4 questions Miller said Misty Cummings was asked on August 1, along with her answers and the results.

Question: Did you intentionally withhold any information regarding Haleigh’s disappearance?misty croslin cummings what do you know
Answer: No
99% deception

Question: Do you know what happened to Haleigh?
Answer: No
Result: 99% deception

Question: Do you know where Haleigh is now?
Answer: No
Result: 95% Deception

Question: Do you know who took Haleigh?
Answer: No
42% deception

Tim said he was confused by the 42%, but a polygraph expert said that could meant there were many people involved and Misty may have not known who in the house exactly took Haleigh.

Miller said Misty cried at the result and stormed out. After that, Misty begged him to allow her to undergo hypnosis and voice analysis.

Of course, Misty’s attorney said he believed Misty was pressured to take those tests.

Ronald Cummings said he had “no comment.” when questioned about the results of Misty’s test.

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office says they have been made aware of the tests and the results, and are surprised she put herself through them.

read about it here:


Oh, Misty.  What are you hiding?  What do you know?   Where is that precious child, Haleigh?  It’s time for you to tell the truth.

42 Comments leave one →
  1. Watching from New York permalink
    August 26, 2009 7:37 pm

    Holy Moly!

    Check out this chick’s HANDWRITING and SPELLING.


    How do you get to be 17 years old and NOT know how to spell TAKING?????


    But guys, guys, guys…who is surprised by the polygraph news???? The scandal is that SIX months have elapsed since that baby went missing. The stories that were flying about that night…I heard them in New York, f’crisakes!

    And the wedding??? That didn’t set off loud sirens in everyone’s mind????

    Hey, I watch Law and Order. I know that cops can come up with creative reasons to arrest people. Why Misty has been free all this time is beyond me.

    The fact that Equusearch is involved just breaks our hearts…and yet this is no surprise.

  2. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 26, 2009 7:47 pm

    Watching from NY

    I was struck by her childish handwriting and the many misspelled words as well. She can’t spell as well as a 3rd grader. Sad, really.

    How this girl has been able to outsmart the police and FBI is beyond me. Arrest her for whatever, but lock her up. She may change her story after a week in jail without her precious Ron.

  3. debilee permalink
    August 27, 2009 2:40 am

    Wow , she has a bad handwriting , spelling of a small child..
    Really , Is there something wrong with her? If they think she knows something …..Why are they letting this go on… Doesnt the laws learn from present and past cases ?

  4. August 27, 2009 7:12 am

    I don’t know how long she was in school but this doesn’t make any teacher proud. Misty probably thinks she is innocent because she didn’t take Haleigh herself. Her doped friends probably did it. NayNay is the one I’d look at. She had the car. Sounds like Misty was really under the influence…..

    Happy Thursday all.

  5. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 27, 2009 7:49 am

    Happy Thursday to you too, Carol.

    You know, she probably has convinced herself she’s not at fault if she didn’t actually do the dirty deed. My question is, if she was stoned out of her mind, as you (and me, too) think might be the case, why doesn’t she just admit that and turn over the names of the people she “remembers” were there? Why not accept whatever consequences that might go along with that admission and help find that baby???!!!!!

  6. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 27, 2009 7:53 am


    Yes, there’s something wrong with her–it’s called lack of education. It’s what’s wrong with wayyyyy too many young people these days. Partying is more important than preparing themselves for the future. They live in the moment—and all of a sudden there are no more moments and they’re one more statistic living off the government.

  7. Spacely permalink
    August 27, 2009 8:01 am

    She can barely spell her own name! Or she has already changed her name planning to enter the witness protection program! Miami Clammage it is!

  8. August 27, 2009 10:25 am

    It’s a mystery: I believe that with people that lie on a regular basis it’s just 2nd nature. I know that at times I have stopped short and tried to lie once in a while but even at 63 yrs old, I just can’t do it. Most of the population (IMO) lie a lot of the time. It all goes back to parents and teachers and religious leaders, politicians, etc. setting a good example. Everyone has to have a “higher” reason to be honest and trustworthy.

  9. ostella permalink
    August 27, 2009 10:27 am


    I think if I put a pen in my parrot’s “foot” and dictated that statement, he would have better spelling and handwriting…..


  10. August 27, 2009 10:31 am

    Ostella: Very funny. I guess that’s why they call it “chicken scratch.” Oops, wrong bird!

  11. ostella permalink
    August 27, 2009 10:43 am

    LOL Carol! Yeah, and keep in mind this is an animal that would likely eat the pen upon completion…… 🙂

  12. August 27, 2009 10:50 am

    Ostella: I got a good belly laugh out of that one.

  13. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 27, 2009 1:11 pm

    Me, too Ostella–and Spacely, I love the name!

    Carol–we were talking about this just the other day over dinner. We had watched an episode of the old Andy Griffith show. Andy was teaching Opie a lesson about lying. He was being forced to suffer the consequences of his actions. How many tragedies could have been avoided today if we raised our children the old fashioned way–teaching them values, and the worth of being honorable and honest.

    The news coverage that Ted Kennedy is receiving is, to me, an example of how far we’ve sunk as a country. They are using words like honorable, honest, a man of great character…..Check out the blog post linked below and take a walk down memory lane with Ted Kennedy. I would have called him a lot of things–including murderer, but I would never have called him a man of character.

  14. Spacely permalink
    August 27, 2009 1:39 pm

    I completely agree about Kennedy. He barely deserves a tombstone, let alone a national week of grief as the liberal media wish us to indulge in. I was shocked and appalled that Obama gave him a Presidential Medal of Freedom – an act which basically makes the medal worthless to all who have received it.

  15. August 27, 2009 2:22 pm

    It’s a mystery: I feel the same way you do. My husband and I were old fashioned. In contrast to most kids today, my 2 13 year old twin grandsons that I have taken care of since birth display these old fashioned ways. They know that teachers, leaders, some of their school chums, etc. are not living the way they should. Ted Kennedy is just another one in the long line of “frauds”. Good works do not make up for bad living. People have short memories. I remember his heartbroken wife, Mary Joe Kapekney’s parents, the underware story, etc. Yes, he was a real hero.

  16. August 27, 2009 2:25 pm

    Spacely: You are so right. What this world treasures are frauds, thieves, liars. Look how people worship these stars and politicians. Money and power buy adoration. Even our leaders and swayed.

  17. August 27, 2009 2:26 pm

    Spacely: are -sorry.

  18. August 27, 2009 2:29 pm

    It’s a mystery: It’s underwear — sorry. I better give up for today.

  19. niecey456 permalink
    August 27, 2009 3:15 pm

    Mystery, I think that these test results raise some very interesting points. First question about intentionally withholding information, she did and she knows that, we all do. The second question about knowing what happened to Haleigh, tells me that what happened to her happened before she disappeared. The third about knowing where Haleigh is now, well, she does, it looks like. Finally the fourth and most confounding answer to the question about who took her tells me that more than a couple of people were there, so she may not be sure exactly which one put her where she is probably because it was a party and they were drugged and/or drunk. I don’t understand why the delayed reaction. I’m thinking that Misty herself may not have done what was done to the child. Misty may need protection to talk, but they do need to arrest her to establish that. JMO.

  20. niecey456 permalink
    August 27, 2009 3:17 pm

    By delayed reaction, I mean I don’t understand why in August this is all coming up and Haleigh went missing in February. I do smell a Casey Anthony type arrest coming on.
    I also agree about the honesty, values and of course Ted Kennedy.

  21. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 27, 2009 6:28 pm

    Spacely, I completely agree with you about the Presidential Medal of Freedom. President Obama has rendered it worthless. Of course, what else would you expect from this President and the Democratic Party. They have made a mockery of the Constitution and everything most of us, as Americans, hold dear.

  22. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 27, 2009 6:29 pm


    good for you for trying to instill some good old fashioned values in your grandsons. They will thank you for that someday.

  23. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 27, 2009 6:30 pm


    I came to those same conclusions! I think the reason the police are starting to move their butts has something to do with Nejame and Tim Miller. JMO. I wonder if we would be hearing anything at all if they weren’t so publicly associating themselves with the case.

  24. niecey456 permalink
    August 27, 2009 6:38 pm

    Mystery, I’m thinking we wouldn’t. I could be wrong, but LE’s pointing the finger more at Misty came after NeJame became her mother-n-law’s attorney and stepped up. I think if LE wants her to talk they really need to get her in custody and protective at that. Of course that’s JMO.

  25. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 27, 2009 8:54 pm

    And a good opinion it is, Niecey!!

  26. August 28, 2009 4:25 am

    JAT: Could Ron have the murder on his hands, Misty is withholding that info????? That could be why he married her. If she gets out of hand he will murder her.

  27. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 28, 2009 7:11 am

    Carol–Maybe, but I don’t think so. I don’t think Ron killed his daughter. I really don’t think Misty did either. I think she knows who was at the house that night and therefore knows her abductor. She may not know the specific person, but she knows who was there. Either that, or she left the little girl alone while she went out and partied.

    Either way, it’s amazing to me that someone hasn’t come forward that was either in the house that night or that saw her out. It’s just not human nature to keep a secret like that. That’s what I said in an earlier post–isn’t there anyone that has a conscience in Satsuma?

  28. MAND permalink
    August 28, 2009 10:47 am

    Misty knows what happened…she was under the impression that she had passed the polygraph from LE and thought this was a way she could clear herself from all public suspicion…she was shocked to find out she couldn’t do so and has now put herself in deeper hot water than before….Misty is covering for someone…I don’t think she or Ron did the deed but both know who did.
    As for her handwriting this is the results of not having to attend school…this girl could never be gainfully employed…she is a prime candidate for selling drugs and herself in prostitution…
    Where were school officials when this girl was not in school???

    Mystery I agree about Ted K. what a farce!! Obama is a nightmare…it was Ted K. and the likes that put him in the White House…and we all remember what a liar Billy Clinton was/is!!!! Moral and Honesty just is not important to those of this ilk…JMO….

  29. GingerKay permalink
    August 28, 2009 11:41 am

    I didn’t realize this was a political chat room. George Bush is the worst president America has EVER had. Over 4,300 young American men and women are DEAD because he wanted to go to war. A war that nobody ever wanted. He just wanted Saddam dead at any cost. WHERE IS BEN LADIN??

  30. Spacely permalink
    August 28, 2009 1:20 pm

    George Bush is not my top pick for best president ever.

    However, to state that he is the worst ever and that we entered a war that only he wanted is ludicrous. There was a little terrorist attack on America that some of the population refers to as 9/11. You may remember that in response we invaded Afgahnistan and are still there. The question of whether we should have invaded Iraq is debatable, but there is no question that the front for the War on Terror has been kept in the Middle East for the last 8 years.

    I do not make these statements lightly. My brother was one of the 4,300 who gave his life to defend this country. He was killed in action during the Battle of Fallujah. He never questioned our need to be in Iraq and told me that he was proud of our involvement in bringing about their democracy.

    It is fine for you to have your opinion about George Bush, but don’t let your personal animosity towards him cloud your judgement as to what the terrorists would be doing today if we had not confronted them on their home turf and kept them there. They would be attacking us here at home.

    Mystery, I am sorry for this long off-topic post, but I felt a response was needed.

  31. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 28, 2009 1:22 pm


    What exactly does George Bush have to do with Ted Kennedy? I’ma confuZed! LOL

    It isn’t a political chatroom as I’m sure you already know, although we do get sidetracked from time to time on any number of things.

  32. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 28, 2009 1:28 pm


    You are perfectly welcome to respond however you see fit.

    I agree with you 100% on his stand against the terrorists. He was the right president at the right time. That’s just my own opinion. I believe he sadly veered off-course in the later half of his presidency. Was he the worst president ever? I seriously doubt it, but history will have to determine that.

    I’m so sorry for the loss of your brother.

  33. Spacely permalink
    August 28, 2009 3:12 pm


    For the last few years, I too felt that Bush veered off-course during his second term. But now that he is out of office, I am beginning to wonder if perhaps he did not veer off, but was undermined by his own support team.

    The trait I most admired about Bush in his first term was that he saw a problem, determined a solution, then stuck with that solution even if the public or media opinion-of-the-day was against him. But his support team did not seem to same stick-to-it-ness that he did. They fell away one by one. I think the over the long haul, Bush began to doubt himself because of this or no longer had the strength to persevere by himself. Rumsfield, Powell, his press secretaries, and countless others were unable to stick with him for the eight years of his presidency. And now Cheney is stabbing him in the back stating he would not follow Cheney’s advice (this ticks me off no end, but that is a whole different topic about people who are too big for their britches and don’t seem to understand that the Pres, not the VP, makes the ultimate decisions and the duty of the VP is then to support those decisions, even after the tour of duty is over).

    I do think there are some important lessons to be learned here, mostly about loyalty and honesty and perseverance in the face of opposition, but perhaps the most important would be the fact we as a nation allow a president two terms. Perhaps 8 years of leading the most powerful nation on Earth is too much for any one man (not to mention the down-time in the middle during the campaign for the second term).

  34. MAND permalink
    August 28, 2009 3:18 pm

    Spacely…first of all…my condolences for your loss of a brother.

    There is no longer a draft and the young men and women that sign up to serve their country agree to do so in war or peace…my son is retired Navy…and my oldest son was drafted and served in Vietnam…both are proud to have served.
    Bush may not have been the best President overall but he was in no way the worst.

    We are all entitled to our opinion and Ginger you had yours…we may not agree but no need to get hostile…and this is not a political chat room…

    Spacely I agree…as I do with Mystery…off topic but wanted to answer….

  35. ostella permalink
    August 28, 2009 3:26 pm

    Did I miss something? Did somebody come out swinging as a diehard GWB/Republican Party supporter? If so, when and where was that comment?

  36. ostella permalink
    August 28, 2009 3:34 pm

    How does criticizing Teddy Kennedy for decades of abominable behavior translate into supporting GWB?

    How does saying the democrats are ruffling America’s feathers translate into supporting the war?


  37. niecey456 permalink
    August 28, 2009 3:43 pm

    Spacely I’m sorry for your loss. Like Mand I have had family serve in war. My oldest son served in Iraq. I think George Bush was the President to serve at the time. If we had been under Gore we would now be the nation of Al Qaeda. George Bush inherited a can of worms and some of it dated back to the “Real” worst President we ever had Jimmy Carter. Most of it was the policies of many administrations, because we had become a nation of complacency and that “entitlement” program had kicked in so we were dependent on our worst enemies for oil and goods. Instead of being self sufficient. I personally couldn’t have put up with the idealogues, like the Clintons and Kennedy himself. The Kennedy family was never a bunch of heroes. They may have had some positive accomplishments but by and large old man Kennedy was a boot leg moonshine running mobster. These people got away with killing people, as did the Clintons. I don’t believe the man that was about to sing like a bird about Hillary in Whitewater committed suicide. The far left slanted media I couldn’t have put up with either. Of course Bill Clinton was so busy tearing up the Christians for tearing up the muslims in the former Yugoslovia, that he didn’t even notice Rwanda and the fact that millions were being slaughtered over politics and the United Nations walked away and watched as those people were being destroyed. Those people begged them for help while they were on their peace keeping mission and they told them no, and backed up and let the enemy slaughter them. They were all about protecting the muslim terrorists and they empowered them so much that they attacked us repeatedly and ole Billy Bob gave them pass after pass. Mand’s right, no need to be hostile, but Ginger you need to quit listening to the lying politicians and look up the truth for yourself.
    I’m sorry Mystery.

  38. itsamysterytome permalink*
    August 28, 2009 6:45 pm

    Don’t be sorry guys! I apparently brought all this on myself when I told the truth about Teddy Kennedy. He is no American hero, not by anyone’s definition if you look at the cold hard facts–not the fantasy that the Dems are trying to create. (I am neither Republican or Democrat by the way, and am a registered Independent.

    I agree with Ostella–Teddy Kennedy had absolutely nothing to do with George Bush, and GINGER, I wish you would come back and clarify yourself as to what on earth instigated that rant?

    Please read the comments since your rant, and take their advice. Go look up the facts for yourself. Don’t believe everything the left-wing media and the Pelosi’s and Harry Reid’s of this world try to stuff down your throat. “One for the Gipper” does not translate into “Pass healthcare reform for Teddy.”

    No one denies there is a need for healthcare reform. We just disagree on which path to take to get there. I personally do not believe the Socialist Way is the American Way and I believe our forefathers would be turning over in their graves if they could see what is happening today in this country.

    And I can assure you no one hired me to say that–or to attend a town hall meeting–which I did the other day in the little town of Ardmore, population 30,000. There were 500 American citizens at that meeting and the vast majority were against it.

  39. Jennie permalink
    September 1, 2009 9:05 pm

    WOW….nevermind the word because,but, how about the word WANT!!!!! This letter saddens me, she must have not gone to school very much at a very young age.I have a 7 yr old son that just started the 2nd grade & he can spell waaaay better than this. Very sad. I am also very unsure about my feelings towards Misty. The wedding also did not sit well with me at all. She acted giddy like any bride would be NORMALLY. I just cant imagine myself being giddy about anything with a little girl missing & Im being looked at as the prime suspect. Im sorry for the life she had, I really am, but I really feel she knows more then what she is saying. I also feel that one thing she probably has gotten very good at in her life is lying. I hope the truth comes out soon & that little Hailey will be found, either way. Just my 2 cents. Thank you

  40. Jennie permalink
    September 1, 2009 9:08 pm

    ooops..I meant to type the word “taking” not “because”. =)

  41. September 29, 2009 4:51 pm

    meth kills…misty will talk when she cleans up.its just to bad jr.has to sit in this shit,where the hell is c.p.s…ppl have lost there child for far less befor.where is ? some one going to help him ..or shall we wait for him to vanish?

  42. itsamysterytome permalink*
    September 29, 2009 6:05 pm

    Jr. is, as far as I know, still with Ron. Unbelievable!

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