When missing Plano woman Janice Klein was discovered in DFW airport last night, she displayed some very strange behavior that isn't really being discussed by authorities. This story just keeps getting weirder and weirder but it doesn't appear that there will ever be definitive answers for the public -- which is a crying shame. It seems that the woman either didn't know who she was or didn't want to be found as the missing woman she was reported as being.
It's being reported that Janice Klein gave police the wrong name when she was found in a public restroom at the DFW airport. They are not reporting on the name she gave them, but they do admit that she didn't give her own identity. Was this because she was disoriented and confused or was it because she simply didn't want to be found?
Another strange element to this case is that, again, the husband just seems so accepting of the entire situation. Before she was found he issued a statement simply thanking people for helping in the search, while saying it pained him to know she was gone -- again, such a definite and accepting statement. Now that she's been found he's made other strangely accepting statements that just seem odd. He doesn't want to press for information on what happened to her. He doesn't want to get to the bottom of this, from his own words reported here.
What do you think this is all about? Why would someone tell the police a different name from their own if they are missing? The disoriented status she was in could have a lot to do with that, but why was she disoriented? She had no history of mental illness or wandering off. Hopefully she has been checked out properly and tested for drugs, whether she was a willing user or otherwise. Otherwise things just seem suspicious in Plano, this week.
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