The missing woman's husband troubles me. That doesn't mean that I'm leveling any accusations against the man. After all, his wife is missing, and this is a time that is -- ordinarily -- a time of mourning, confusion and anger. Nonetheless, I want to express that the hubby didn't make his presence in this case entirely known until the vehicle driven by Shannon Palmer was discovered. Her truck was found near a Mississippi River levee, approximately a half hour from her residence. The truck reportedly contained her purse. Shoes belonging to the Arkansas woman were also reportedly found in the woods near the truck. So what could all this mean?
The media isn't paying much attention to this case, and with each week that passes the likelihood of it regaining interest is almost nonexistent. Meanwhile, her loved ones continue to wonder what happened to her. I want to know why her truck was found parked by a river levee, and what other evidence -- if any -- has been located. Did she wander off on her own, or did someone put her somewhere?