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Old 06-25-2008, 12:22 AM   #1
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Is there any update on this case?
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Is there any update on this case?
Could you please provide a concise description of that case?
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Could you please provide a concise description of that case?
The Casie Nicole is the name of a boat Nathan Neesmith and some friends were on when they got seperated at sea. Neesmith eventually made it back to shore and the others vanished. Then several months later some of the Neesmith family received phone calls from a mysteries source saying something like "We'll bring them home".

I don't think there is any further updates but I could be wrong?
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I often wondered about this case, unfortunately in all my searches I have never been able to find any updated info on it.
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I often wondered about this case, unfortunately in all my searches I have never been able to find any updated info on it.
Yes I haven't had any luck either. I've hoped that eventually a family member will find this board and give us an update.
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I just wonder if Neesmith's story checks out? Why would the mysterious caller call the owner of the boat? Neesmith appeared to be pretty sincere on camera but (to me) I don't think he'd have the endurance to swim for a whole day as he claims he did. But having said that; suppose he did have a hand in the dissapearances of his friends, he sure risked his own life out at sea. Makes for a classic UM doesn't it
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I just wonder if Neesmith's story checks out? Why would the mysterious caller call the owner of the boat? Neesmith appeared to be pretty sincere on camera but (to me) I don't think he'd have the endurance to swim for a whole day as he claims he did. But having said that; suppose he did have a hand in the dissapearances of his friends, he sure risked his own life out at sea. Makes for a classic UM doesn't it
Whoa!! That puts a whole new spin on that case. In all actuality, Nathan Neesmith was the only person that witnessed the supposed "disappearance" of his friends. So who knows what really happened out there. Hmmm.
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You'd be surprised how a person reacts when they are faced with a life or death situation. I can't really picture Nathan having anything to do with their disppearances. I mean if he really wanted to kill them all he sure chose an elaborate way to go about it by risking his own life as well. Not to mention he would've had to rig the Cassie Nicole to break down and start taking on water and put a whole in the life raft.
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You'd be surprised how a person reacts when they are faced with a life or death situation. I can't really picture Nathan having anything to do with their disppearances. I mean if he really wanted to kill them all he sure chose an elaborate way to go about it by risking his own life as well. Not to mention he would've had to rig the Cassie Nicole to break down and start taking on water and put a whole in the life raft.
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I'm assuming the missing men have been declared legally dead. I couldn't find a profile for them on the missing persons websites I checked.
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I wanted to bump this thread because the segment re-aired on Thurs, however, I know that this mystery is very likely to remain unsolved.

While I don't suspect Nathan Neesmith of foul-play, his story always troubled me. Seeing it again I noticed that at one point in the narrative, he looks down and to the left, a characteristic that is oftentime exhibited by someone being deceptive. The precise moment is when he talks about leaving the life rafts and swimming toward the submerged boat. He says something to the effect of "I saw the boat about 2 miles away [looks down and to the left] and I just decide to swim for it." His account makes me question what really happened. The progression is: We abandoned the boat for the raft . . . I see the hull of the boat about 2 miles away, and decide to leave everyone to swim to it. . . It takes me from 9am to about 4 pm to reach it and I drink alot of seawater . . . I get on the hull and see the freighter . . . I see a large rectangular container floating nearby (which conveniently has a panel missing) and I swim over to it where I'm found 2-3 days later.

Really? Would someone actually abandon a liferaft (leaking but stilll floating w/ another flotation device) where your companions are and strike out on your own to a boat floating in the distance? You consume a significant amt. of seawater, but nevertheless are able to survive for another 2 days? You happen upon another large floatation device that happens to have a panel cut out perfectly for you to sit in it? Plus, if your companions were altogether when you left them, why would the freighter stop circle the area several times? If the freighter was looking for Nathan, it's fair to say that it could easily spot him w/ a bright orange life vest sitting atop a red hull about 2 miles away.

I suspect what might have happened is that the guys may have been up to no good (e.g., getting a drug shipment). Something went wrong, the companions were killed, their boat sunk, and Nathan was forced or voluntarily was placed in the large rectangular floating object w/ the thinking he would be found in a day or two given he was 10 miles off the coast.
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I wanted to bump this thread because the segment re-aired on Thurs, however, I know that this mystery is very likely to remain unsolved.

While I don't suspect Nathan Neesmith of foul-play, his story always troubled me. Seeing it again I noticed that at one point in the narrative, he looks down and to the left, a characteristic that is oftentime exhibited by someone being deceptive. The precise moment is when he talks about leaving the life rafts and swimming toward the submerged boat. He says something to the effect of "I saw the boat about 2 miles away [looks down and to the left] and I just decide to swim for it." His account makes me question what really happened. The progression is: We abandoned the boat for the raft . . . I see the hull of the boat about 2 miles away, and decide to leave everyone to swim to it. . . It takes me from 9am to about 4 pm to reach it and I drink alot of seawater . . . I get on the hull and see the freighter . . . I see a large rectangular container floating nearby (which conveniently has a panel missing) and I swim over to it where I'm found 2-3 days later.

Really? Would someone actually abandon a liferaft (leaking but stilll floating w/ another flotation device) where your companions are and strike out on your own to a boat floating in the distance? You consume a significant amt. of seawater, but nevertheless are able to survive for another 2 days? You happen upon another large floatation device that happens to have a panel cut out perfectly for you to sit in it? Plus, if your companions were altogether when you left them, why would the freighter stop circle the area several times? If the freighter was looking for Nathan, it's fair to say that it could easily spot him w/ a bright orange life vest sitting atop a red hull about 2 miles away.

I suspect what might have happened is that the guys may have been up to no good (e.g., getting a drug shipment). Something went wrong, the companions were killed, their boat sunk, and Nathan was forced or voluntarily was placed in the large rectangular floating object w/ the thinking he would be found in a day or two given he was 10 miles off the coast.
Thats one thing that struck me odd too. Why would only 1 of them go and try to find the boat? They could have stayed in the deflated raft and with their hands tried to get themselves closer to the sinking boat. Only 1 of them going to see what was in the water is what struck me odd.

But not once did I think that Nathan was guilty or anything. But who knows, the views here have made some sense. Like the guys doing something they shouldn't have and something happened and so he concocted this whole story.

I'm not sure. But to risk his own life being out there... I don't think he did anything to his friends.
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They should check the incoming phone records to see where the "mysterious spanish speaking" calls were coming from.
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They should check the incoming phone records to see where the "mysterious spanish speaking" calls were coming from.
That would be a good idea, but I'm not sure phone companies keep phone records that long, we're talking at least 15 years ago.
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im nathan's daughter, oldest daughter to be exact....he's not my blood father but he raised me from the time i was 1 year old....im bout to be 20 years old...he's my dad! i understand how some of you could suspect something sounding fishy about his situation, but i & my mother have seen the horror in his face when he tells this story, which is not a story that is told often, i have seen this man cry thinking about the fact that his brother ,nephew & friend are still missing....my dad is a wonderful man, he has raised 5 kids in which neither of the 5 are his by blood...if only you could hear the misery in his voice & the look on his face everytime something gets brought up about the casie nicole...you would then believe in your heart & soul that he was very sincere & could not even think about having something to do with the disapearance of these 3 men, keep in mind, one is his brother, one his nephew, and the other being a friend that he had since they were kids....it breaks my heart to think that people could think he had something to do with it.....i know that people hurt their family everyday in this world but i would put this on my life, that my dad NATHAN NEESMITH would do anything even give his own life just to have his brother, nephew, & friend back on this earth....hopefully you people who have doubts will reconsider your opinion & realize that there really are unsolved mysteries out there...& my dad is just unfortunate to be in one but he was fortunate by being a survivor.....for the people that believe in my dad, my heart & soul goes out to you...god bless
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