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Today’s search by TES for Haleigh Cummings turns up nothing

August 29, 2009

Tim Miller and Texas Equusearch, along with Putnam County officials, completed a search for Haleigh Cummings today based on something Misty Croslin-Cummings said about a fake rose.  It was in an area they had searched previously, and as before, they found nothing.

Misty made the statement about the rose off camera during the tests she took–a polygraph, voice analysis, and hypnosis–tests she subsequently failed. She said to look for Haleigh near a rose left in an undisclosed area in Putnam County while under hypnosis.

“She said there was a place that was not searched very well and that we should look for a red rose, and she gave us the location,” said Steph Watts, who recorded the sessions for EquuSearch, a private Texas firm that founder and director Tim Miller said was contacted by Croslin-Cummings to help clear her name.

“We went and we looked, and we found it, and the next day we took them (Putnam County investigators) back there,” Watts said. “I don’t think they are going to dig where the rose is and find the body, but the fact that they went with us shows that they are following up on every lead.”

read about it here:

I’m confused.  If Misty doesn’t know where Haleigh is and has no idea what happened to her, why would she say to look for a fake rose?  And why, if the hypnosis wasn’t successful as they have said, would a search be rushed into based on one of her statements?  This is starting to read like a cheap detective novel!

One Comment leave one →
  1. ostella permalink
    August 29, 2009 5:52 pm

    Say what?

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