If we have learned anything Josh was a planner. I believe that he planned on at
least weeks in advance if not months. I believe that he dug a hole up in one of
the canyons and then just waited for the right time. When that snow storm hit
on a Sunday night is when he suddenly decided to go camping. The snow storm was
going to cover up his deeds through the winter and then come spring it would be
hard to find it when everything started growing. It took him longer to get
everything done than he anticipated because I think he wanted to be back before
8 to get to work, but that is what I believe happened. I'm
sorry for the Cox family for losing their daughter, but for their sakes I would
recommend buying a headstone and grave site. If some hunter finally stumbles on
her remains they could be moved then, but in the meantime celebrate her life and
the joyful times from the memories that you have. Susan's spirit lives on
and is in a better place with her kids.
It must have been a really boring day for news in Salt Lake and Utah in general.
3/4ths of the news last night was about this. I think that when they go on this
kind of investigation they should wait to report if they actually find
something. I just as much as anyone else would love for Susan Powell to be
found. It would hopefully bring closure to her family, but the sensationalism
over something in Oregon that was a tip and they hadn't found anything in
two days is out of control reporting. Really did nothing else happen in Salt
Lake or Utah yesterday?How about waiting for some findings so that when
you report there are actual facts to report on.