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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  dogs don't lie on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 6:05 pm

I haven't really been following this but those two brothers, the one with the dark hair and dark eyebrows, is this the brother who has been asked the question about the car? Are they full brothers?

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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  Andrew on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 6:19 pm

dogs don't lie wrote:I haven't really been following this but those two brothers, the one with the dark hair and dark eyebrows, is this the brother who has been asked the question about the car? Are they full brothers?

I only just realised today that Darroch is the youngest. Always thought Corrie was for some reason scratch

But yes, Darroch - the one with the darker hair - is the one who the question was apparently asked about driving down to see Corrie (see Costello's post).

They are full brothers and have matching tattoo's, saying 'my brothers keeper'. which personally I think is a bit weird.

The other brother Makeyan I presume is a full brother as well but not 100% certain of that.
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Re:The Mystery of Corrie McKeague.

Post  costello on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 6:29 pm

dogs don't lie wrote:I haven't really been following this but those two brothers, the one with the dark hair and dark eyebrows, is this the brother who has been asked the question about the car? Are they full brothers?

Hi ddl. I think they are full brothers, they do look similar, and I remember reading that Corrie listed his eye colour as black on the one of the sites he was a member off. I have just watched the facebook live 'QandA's from yesterday and the younger brother Darroch also has dark/black eyes.

@Andrew the 'QandA' isn't worth watching in my opinion.Nothing new, shame Darroch couldn't stop laughing. One thing he mentioned that I found odd, at the end he said Corrie couldn't have gone AWOL as he hadn't left the Horse Shoe, strange as he wasn't asked anything about that. The older brother Makeyan should have taken more control here,just my thoughts.
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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  dogs don't lie on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 6:30 pm

Thanks Andrew, I watched about 10mins of the q&a video earlier, something didn't sit right to me about the younger one. Idk why though.
Not fare for me to make a comment on this, gonna try and read this thread tonight.

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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  dogs don't lie on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 6:32 pm

costello wrote:
dogs don't lie wrote:I haven't really been following this but those two brothers, the one with the dark hair and dark eyebrows, is this the brother who has been asked the question about the car? Are they full brothers?

Hi ddl. I think they are full brothers, they do look similar, and I remember reading that Corrie listed his eye colour as black on the one of the sites he was a member off. I have just watched the facebook live 'QandA's from yesterday and the younger brother Darroch also has dark/black eyes.

@Andrew the 'QandA' isn't worth watching in my opinion.Nothing new, shame Darroch couldn't stop laughing. One thing he mentioned that I found odd, at the end he said Corrie couldn't have gone AWOL as he hadn't left the Horse Shoe, strange as he wasn't asked anything about that. The older brother Makeyan should have taken more control here,just my thoughts.

Yes costello, that smiling and laughing, knew it was weird.

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Re:The Mystery of Corrie McKeague.

Post  costello on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 6:34 pm

dogs don't lie wrote:Thanks Andrew, I watched about 10mins of the q&a video earlier, something didn't sit right to me about the younger one. Idk why though.
Not fare for me to make a comment on this, gonna try and read this thread tonight.

I feel the same way about Darroch ddl, strange just something not right.
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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  Andrew on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 7:16 pm

Missing people was mentioned the other day and why Corrie was not listed on it.... Well he is now:

https://www.missingpeople.org.uk/help-us-find/corrie-mckeague-16-004962
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Re:The Mystery of Corrie McKeague.

Post  costello on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 7:19 pm

This is quite interesting, apologies have had to copy in full:


A Night Out With the Lads (self.ChasingCorrieMckeague)
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Let's rewind & go back to the beginning of this mystery. Friday night & the lights are low, looking out for a place to go. Where they play the right music, getting into the swing, but, instead, you sit alone in your car for an hour, on the phone to your brother ! - What's with this thing ? A big conversation was had, but none of it was bad, no shit said or things that were crappy, 'cos according to brother, Corrie was well beyond happy. So, what was so important that this social hand-grenade, the larger than life soul of the party, the Karaoke King & "in your face dancing Queen", wasn't there where they play the right music & getting into the swing - 'cos would anybody really want to be a guy, when the night is young & the music's high, sat alone in a car- & left to cry ? - when instead, you can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life ? So what exactly was said with Darroch ? Was Corrie well beyond happy because he had just abandoned & locked up his dearly beloved young puppy for hours on end & he was now left free to go out partying till he dropped ? Or was he perhaps discussing holidays & Nicola's experiences in Thailand or looking forward to a planned trip to Amsterdam with Darroch & Makeyan ? Or perhaps he was casually discussing geography & how long it would take someone to travel 400 miles ? Maybe they had tech minded discussions, checking & exchanging the latest website / internet updates etc. Well, what do you think was being discussed - & do you think this lengthy conversation had any significance or bearing on subsequent events ?
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[–]SquaresInCircles 6 points 10 hours ago
I've realised the time it would take someone to drive from Dunfermline to Bury is almost the exact amount of time he was out for. Perhaps it's just my mind making odd connections of no important bearing. But he went somewhere to hang around - half hour to go, that time of night - not much traffic. Turning up to Base to get him would leave a trace, they've too many cctv cameras there.
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[–]AnyColorPurple 1 point 7 hours ago
Darroch could feature in both the AWOL theory and the murder one, in that case.
Am working from assumption Corrie's murdered, don't think Darroch drove down there and did it tho.
But if am wrong, Corrie's AWOL, and you're correct Darroch had the time, then Darroch might be involved.
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[–]somekindofunicorn 1 point 2 hours ago
I would love to know where Darroch was the next day, just to rule this theory in or out.
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[–]AnyColorPurple 1 point an hour ago
It's not our job to ask him tho, we're just here to speculate.
Am going over various threads, looking to see if anyone has anything new. Nothing much. Scrolling around here, waiting on Deliveroo to arrive
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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  Andrew on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 7:30 pm

I'm not going to rule that out as obviously I have no idea of what actually did happen, however I can't see Darroch and Corrie cooking up some Houdini type escape plan.

I think if Darroch had anything to do with it then the Police would've worked that out straight away and hauled him in for questioning within the first week.

Just my own thoughts.
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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  eeejay268 on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 9:04 pm

So apparently he was in so bar on his own, entered flex on his own, removed from flex on his own, after downing shots at the bar and talking to a few random people.....

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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  TheTruthWillOut on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 9:04 pm

Just catching up on the Reddit thread and apparently a new closed Corrie Facebook page has been started (one of the mods is David Steel which sounds worryingly familiar?) and the doorman that ejected Corrie is posting on it. He has said Corrie was drinking shots alone all night and talking to strangers.

Did his mates ditch him at the previous pub or did Corrie ditch them?

Edit: Snap! eeejay!
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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  Andrew on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 9:27 pm

David Steel.... That same chap from McCann world?

Is this also the same doorman that allegedly had his car scrapped? (any news on that by the way?) I would've thought he'd be a key witness in the Police investigation so surprised to hear he's blabbering on facebook....

@TTWO - I didn't think that Corrie was with 'mates' at all that night? I thought it was part of Nicola's narrative to say that he was... scratch



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Post  TheTruthWillOut on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 9:55 pm

That is what we all think Andrew because all third-party witnesses seem to say or hint that he was alone that night. Only Nicola/the family have said he was with his mates throughout the night. Who knows, maybe the Police have allowed the family to believe it and his mates are banned by the RAF from talking and to tell Nicola one way or the other?

How long do we think the Police can stay silent if they really don't have anything?
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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  Andrew on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 10:11 pm

I just took it as 'fact' almost, no matter what's been said elsewhere, that he was on his own all night. Left the base on his own. Drank in his car on his own. Wondered about town to different pubs on his own. Was seen entering the club on his own. Was seen leaving on his own. Was caught on CCTV on his own.... etc, etc.

I'm expecting some sort of statement from the police by the time the week is out. They have to surely...
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Post  TheTruthWillOut on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 10:14 pm

I hope they do, Andrew. Excluding the release of the CCTV stills the Police haven't said a word since late November.
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Post  Andrew on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 10:27 pm

TheTruthWillOut wrote:I hope they do, Andrew. Excluding the release of the CCTV stills the Police haven't said a word since late November.

Yes and I do find it quite strange why they haven't especially with what's come out in the wash of late. They appear to be quite contempt with the whole social media circus (which is surely detrimental?), but as I said some time ago, it could be a welcome distraction for them in terms of what they're are actually doing and avenues they're working on.

They'll certainly have a better idea than any of us lot, that's for sure.
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Post  eeejay268 on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 10:30 pm

TheTruthWillOut wrote:Just catching up on the Reddit thread and apparently a new closed Corrie Facebook page has been started (one of the mods is David Steel which sounds worryingly familiar?) and the doorman that ejected Corrie is posting on it. He has said Corrie was drinking shots alone all night and talking to strangers.

Did his mates ditch him at the previous pub or did Corrie ditch them?

Edit: Snap! eeejay!

Lol great minds TTWO Very Happy

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Re: The Mystery of Corrie McKeague

Post  Benevolent on Mon 23 Jan 2017, 11:26 pm

eeejay268 wrote:So apparently he was in so bar on his own, entered flex on his own, removed from flex on his own, after downing shots at the bar and talking to a few random people.....

Gosh its sounds like he had no friends at all. Yet everything we've been told is that he was friendly, outgoing, happy etc certainly someone you would expect to have loads of friends and would expect to see in a group out on the town.
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Post  Mimi on Tue 24 Jan 2017, 8:40 am

But that`s just the sort of person everyone steers clear of - `friendly, outgoing, happy etc` is a nice way of saying `hyper, over the top, immature, attention seeker`.

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Post  Andrew on Tue 24 Jan 2017, 11:57 am

So any developments on this new facebook group by David Steel? And what about the others.... Is that Pam Gurney one still surviving?

Just sat down to see if any 'Corrie stories' in the MSM today but diddly squat.
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Post  Andrew on Tue 24 Jan 2017, 3:02 pm

Just having a look on that Reddit place (still can't fathom it as I've left the tab open and refreshed it about 3 times today and each time there are hundreds of new posts but can only see about a dozen of them). Anyway someone has answered about the bouncer/car/scrapped stuff, which I've been intrigued about. Whether this can be taken as gospel, then I have no idea. But here it is anyway:

Squasheur 3 points 32 minutes ago
It was a Vauxhall Astra, driver had a bump in it on his own, no other car involved, insurance company wrote it off as it wasnt economical to repair. The car didnt belong to the bouncer who ejected corrie from the club, it belonged to a different bouncer. It wasnt the day after he disappeared. Police have investigated this properly.
The bouncer spoke out last night on FB in a group.
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Post  chirpyinsect on Tue 24 Jan 2017, 3:27 pm

Andrew wrote:So any developments on this new facebook group by David Steel? And what about the others.... Is that Pam Gurney one still surviving?

Just sat down to see if any 'Corrie stories' in the MSM today but diddly squat.
Not David Steel's group. He was a mod but been dumped. Was getting ibteresting last night as the bouncer who put C out came on and volunteered to answer questions. Started out ok but the mumsnet lot started answering for him and cluttering up the thread. Poor guy must have freaked

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Post  Andrew on Tue 24 Jan 2017, 3:34 pm

Thanks Chirps. I can't remember off the top of my head whether Steel was a pro-Madeleine or pro-parents sort of chap? And I can't be bothered to find out either.

I still find it astonishing that potentially one of the last people to see/speak to Corrie is on some FB group answering random questions to a bunch of bored mums scratch
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Post  bluebell on Tue 24 Jan 2017, 3:52 pm

Andrew wrote:Thanks Chirps. I can't remember off the top of my head whether Steel was a pro-Madeleine or pro-parents sort of chap? And I can't be bothered to find out either.

I still find it astonishing that potentially one of the last people to see/speak to Corrie is on some FB group answering random questions to a bunch of bored mums scratch


Well those bored mums seem to be flinging suspicion on anyone who spoke to Corrie - and those who didn't. The bin lorry driver, the ones we've seen in the CCTV, including the cyclist. Some people possess very vivid imaginations is all I can say, it does get tedious.

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Post  chirpyinsect on Tue 24 Jan 2017, 3:57 pm

Andrew wrote:Thanks Chirps. I can't remember off the top of my head whether Steel was a pro-Madeleine or pro-parents sort of chap? And I can't be bothered to find out either.

I still find it astonishing that potentially one of the last people to see/speak to Corrie is on some FB group answering random questions to a bunch of bored mums scratch


Yes I'm shocked too but I think the poor guy was just sick of rumour and accusations. It wasn't his car and he still works for the same company. Explained they get moved around as boss owns other clubs. Steel is an enigma. Started very reserved and polite but noticed he bit at someone today.Got removed as a mod pronto. As for pro or anti I had no idea myself. I think he is just a trouble making attention seeker.

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