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The remains found in Scurry County, TX have been positively identified as
missing 13 year old, Hailey Dunn.
On March 16, 2013 badly decomposed and skeletal remains were found in a field of cactus and brush in Scurry County, Texas, 30 miles away from the area that 13-year-old Hailey Dunn was last seen. Peter Hyatt has written volumes about the case and has offered several theories based upon the vast amounts of statements given by the players in the case in interviews. For a wrap up of those theories, refer to Hailey Dunn Case Hypothesis
Tonight: Peter Hyatt, along with statement analyst and frequent guest, Kaaren Gough discuss the latest.
It’s been reported that Curtis Lloyd has received death threats in the form of a note left on the windshield of his car at the prison. For contents of the note and Peter Hyatt’s expert analysis of the statements contained, refer to his blog: CLICK HERE
The public is watching how the players in this case are reacting to the news of Hailey’s confirmed death, specifically her mother, Billie Jean Dunn and her boyfriend, Shawn Atkins, both the only named “persons of interest” in the disappearance of Hailey.
As reported to NewsWest Nine, “Lloyd also said many of the people who spent the last 28 months searching for Hailey have reached out to him to tell him thanks, but he says this isn’t about him.
This is about Hailey and making sure justice is served.”
Peter Hyatt is a Statement Analyst, one who discerns truth from deception, and is a frequent contributor to cold cases, active investigations as well as appearing on radio to discuss current cases.
He is the author of the Statement Analysis blog athttp://www.statement-analysis.
blogspot.com/ and is a bi-weekly co-host on Crime Wire, Tuesdays at 7pm Eastern. He and his colleagues have written and talked consistently about the Hailey Dunn case and will continue until there are arrests and justice.