Video of Mollie Tibbetts the day before she disappeared
Missing student at the university of Iowa see you laughing video recorded by her boyfriend the day before she disappeared.
In the night of Wednesday, 18 July, the small town of Brooklyn, Iowa had changed forever.
In a town of only 1,500 people, one of their own disappeared as Mollie Tibbetts, a 20-year-old University of Iowa student, went jogging and never came back.
Bill Hemmer, anchor of Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom”, I spoke with two journalists — Andrew Keiper and Cristina Corbin — about a mystery that has gripped the nation.
On the last episode of “Hemmer Time,” the anchor of the podcast, he asked Keiper and Corbin what they have discovered, while “searching for clues and talking with family members, try to solve the mystery of Mollie Tibbetts.”
They discussed Mollie’s father, Rob, Hemmer said: “holding on to hope” his daughter’s safe return.
“In cases like this, usually, people are — it’s been three weeks, it doesn’t look good — but our last interview with him, he was very optimistic that not only is she alive, but she is with someone she knows,” Keiper said.
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Corbin also offers insight into Rob Tibbetts’ thinking, and where he believes his daughter can be.
“Of course, this is speculation at this point-but he thinks that they are in the house with someone they knew in some capacity, and that person might have misunderstood their relationship, thought it was too far, and the quote ‘in his head’, as he has told us,” she told Hemmer.
The conservation also touches on other important characters in the story — Mollie’s friend, Dalton, Jack; Dalton, the older brother of Blake, the man who is believed to have last seen Mollie that night, Devin Riley; and Wayne Cheney, a farmer in the area who spoke with the researchers about the case.
But an important question remains unanswered.
“Why do you believe this story has captured the attention of so many people? Why the story of Mollie Tibbetts?” Hemmer asked.
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“I think Mollie is a typical type of the student. She is very relatable to many people, they think that they one of their family members.” Corbin said.
Keiper added: “They could be anyone, she could be my sister, she could be a niece, a daughter of somebody in America. A truly idyllic, picturesque, all-American kind of girl.”
Listen to the full interview on the latest episode of “Hemmer Time” here and subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.