The body of Hannah Truelove was found behind an apartment building in Gainesville and positively identified. With police suspecting foul play in her death, there are speculations coming straight from investigators that a "stalker" could be responsible for her untimely death. This is because of some strange comments left on her Twitter account. It's odd that this case hasn't gotten the mainstream attention it deserves, when it's certainly one that deserves nationwide scrutiny.
The teen's Twitter account can be found here, but if there are any comments leading detectives to believe she was being stalked they aren't immediately visible. Maybe one of them seems strange:
"I need to move out of these dang apartments," one tweet reads.
However, this is the type of thing many teens say; hell, many adults talk this way too when times get tough or they get annoyed with something in life.
Hannah Truelove was last seen on Thursday morning before she was reported missing by her mother. Her body was found a short distance from where she lived just a day later, making it apparent that whatever happened to her happened very near the apartments -- unless she was abducted and then later dumped. Who did this? Was it someone in the apartment building, like a stalker? Or was it someone in her family after an "accident" occurred? Anything is possible in cases like these, and this is one tragic case that simply needs more attention.
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