A local cop who took part in the search for the missing hiker found 12 days after disappearing in Zion National Park says something doesn’t add up with the woman’s story. Sergeant Darrell Cashin of Washington County, Utah says there are “discrepancies” in Holly Courtier’s story. Her sister Jamie told CBS This Morning that Holly was found after hikers spotted a hammock she had strung up and called in a tip. She also revealed Holly had been fasting ahead of her hike.
Missing Mom’s Sister Says She Didn’t Drink the River Water
Published on October 23, 2020 by Youtube Video