May 2013

Behavioral Analysis of Missing Children Cases

by Grace4Ayla on May 13, 2013

Recently, an online statement analysis® “expert” wrote an interesting blog article on the expected behavior of the parents of missing children. Because this blogger failed to include Trista Reynolds, mother of missing toddler Ayla Bell Reynolds, in his study, I thought I would compare her activity with the checklist to see where she falls. Does […]

The latest talk on the Ayla Reynolds blogs is about lesser charges and plea deals. They are assuming that the only people who will be arrested are the ones associated with Waterville. Is this another attempt by Jeff Hanson to communicate with Justin DiPietro via the blogs? The aforementioned lesser charges post discussed issues more […]

Over the course of the investigation into the disappearance of Ayla Bell Reynolds, there have been many unanswered questions. The most sensitive and important questions in this case have been directed to the missing child’s mother, Trista Reynolds. From the first days of the case, people have questioned Trista’s account of the final weeks of […]