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Old 09-11-2013, 02:48 PM   #196
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Either it was Anthonette or it wasn't in the diner. If Anthonette's mother sold her it could have been her, the alternative is that it was someone else who either needed help or playing a prank and the waitress thought it was her.
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Either it was Anthonette or it wasn't in the diner. If Anthonette's mother sold her it could have been her, the alternative is that it was someone else who either needed help or playing a prank and the waitress thought it was her.
But how was this incodent connected with Annthonette Cayedito ? The reason it is told on only with the Annthonette Cayedito case is because it was belive to be possibly connected to her. What connected it to her? The waitres never saw pictures of her. The cops get tons of weird reports a day. Loads of kids are missing. What was the connection? There must be a reason it was thought it might be her. A reason it came to their atention and was connected to her case.
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Let me see if I can research something and I will get back to you.


ETA: Does anyone know how long it was between the time she went missing and the time the sighting by the waitress was? I've read a few weeks up to a few years.

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But how was this incodent connected with Annthonette Cayedito ? The reason it is told on only with the Annthonette Cayedito case is because it was belive to be possibly connected to her. What connected it to her? The waitres never saw pictures of her. The cops get tons of weird reports a day. Loads of kids are missing. What was the connection? There must be a reason it was thought it might be her. A reason it came to their atention and was connected to her case.
The child from the diner left a note that said, "Please help me. Call the police." Obviously, the waitress reported the note to the police and in an attempt to find out who the girl could have been they came across Anthonette. Either the police linked it to Anthonette based on the waitress's description or the waitress chose Anthonette after being presented with pictures of missing girls. Either way, they put this sighting together with this case. Unfortunately, I think the fact that Gallup, NM (where Anthonette disappeared) and Carson City, NV (site of the sighting) are nearly 900 miles apart means that the girl seen in the diner was not Anthonette.
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ETA: Does anyone know how long it was between the time she went missing and the time the sighting by the waitress was? I've read a few weeks up to a few years.
According to the official UM website it was about 5 years between the disappearance and the sighting. The 911 call with the girl claiming to be Anthonette came about 1 year after her disappearance and the sighting came 4 years after the phone call. The sighting also came very shortly after the FBI created and released 2 age progression photos of Anthonette's possible current appearance.
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I'd be interested to know the race of the waitress. Cross racial identification on top of basing it off an age progression could make a strong case for misidentification.

But if that girl wasn't Anthonette... Who was it and did she ever get the help she needed.
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I'd be interested to know the race of the waitress. Cross racial identification on top of basing it off an age progression could make a strong case for misidentification.

But if that girl wasn't Anthonette... Who was it and did she ever get the help she needed.
IIRC, in the segment the waitress was white.
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IIRC, in the segment the waitress was white.
And Anthonette was Native. (Well, biracial, but appears Native.) So, I do wonder if cross racial identification issues played into her thinking it was Anthonette. Or, seeing the message and thinking of local missing kids and came up with Anthonette.

I am not implying any malice on the part of the waitress.
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And Anthonette was Native. (Well, biracial, but appears Native.) So, I do wonder if cross racial identification issues played into her thinking it was Anthonette. Or, seeing the message and thinking of local missing kids and came up with Anthonette.

I am not implying any malice on the part of the waitress.
I can't speak to the cross racial ID thoughts, but I don't think the waitress could have been familiar with Anthonette before the sighting. I have to believe that police either jumped to the conclusion that the waitress saw Anthonette based on a description or the waitress ID'd Anthonette from a photo after the sighting. The sighting happened close to 900 miles from where Anthonette disappeared. It is next to impossible that the waitress was actually familiar with Anthonette's disappearance.
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I can't speak to the cross racial ID thoughts, but I don't think the waitress could have been familiar with Anthonette before the sighting. I have to believe that police either jumped to the conclusion that the waitress saw Anthonette based on a description or the waitress ID'd Anthonette from a photo after the sighting. The sighting happened close to 900 miles from where Anthonette disappeared. It is next to impossible that the waitress was actually familiar with Anthonette's disappearance.
Yeah I've never even noticed the distance it was from where Anthonette was last seen to the restaurant sighting, but that makes it more implausible, IMO. Although according to the UM segment, the FBI released age progressed photos of Anthonette throughout the southwest, which is when the restaurant sighting was reported. The waitress probably figured since the girl she saw had a resemblance to Anthonette and since she was acting very strange she should report it. If it wasn't Anthonette I would still love to know who that girl was and if she was really in trouble.
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If it wasn't Anthonette I would still love to know who that girl was and if she was really in trouble.
Me too. That story has always bothered me.

I can't figure out if I think it's very legitimate or a little made up. Historically, I've leaned toward it being true (regardless of the very real possibility that this would be a good opportunity for someone to inject him- or herself into an investigation) because of the "dropping utensils" detail. That's so specific--and not something one would seem to readily think of--that I don't see any reason at present NOT to believe it.
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Me too. That story has always bothered me.

I can't figure out if I think it's very legitimate or a little made up. Historically, I've leaned toward it being true (regardless of the very real possibility that this would be a good opportunity for someone to inject him- or herself into an investigation) because of the "dropping utensils" detail. That's so specific--and not something one would seem to readily think of--that I don't see any reason at present NOT to believe it.
Yep, I definitely think the waitress saw something...but was it a prank or real is what I'd love to know. I also think the detail about the girl grabbing her arm in squeezing doesn't sound like something made up. And didn't the girl the waitress saw leave a note to call police or get help?
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Yep, I definitely think the waitress saw something...but was it a prank or real is what I'd love to know. I also think the detail about the girl grabbing her arm in squeezing doesn't sound like something made up. And didn't the girl the waitress saw leave a note to call police or get help?
Yep, she said she found a note underneath the girl's plate after they had left that read "Help me, call police".
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Yep, she said she found a note underneath the girl's plate after they had left that read "Help me, call police".
There should be a whole other thread dedicated to this mysterious girl in the restaurant, .
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I would also like to know who the young girl was. I wonder if the waitress was ever shown more photographs of missing girls?
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