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As you have probably already heard, missing Sharon Hopf’s car was found near an abandoned home on 28000 state Highway F, Wright City Missouri.
How did Sharon’s car get from Crawfordsville, Iowa to Wright City, Missouri, a 201 mile, 3 hour and 51 minute drive?
I looked at the map and found that Crawfordsville is almost a straight shot on IA-27, which turns into US-61.
Whoever was driving could have gone right towards St. Louis, but they decided to go left instead. At first it seems like a random straight drive, but then towards the last 5 miles of the trip, this person may have had a destination in mind, as they turned right onto US-40, then took the exit 200, drove approximately another 3.5 miles and made a few more left and right turns to get to State Hwy F, where the car was found.
Then the person would have had to walk away from the car to make it to their final destination. They could have gone to Highway F, and hitched hiked or walked to Innsbrook.
There has to be some foreign forensic evidence in that car, unless someone was driving with a plastic suit on, or Sharon herself was driving.
Is the driving route an action that was made by someone that didn’t know where they were going, or did know. What do you think?