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Old 06-28-2017, 10:17 PM
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Originally Posted by ItsRick24 View Post
OP, first thing in the morning, call her job. If no results, call the local police. I don't even know this person....and even I'm beginning to worry!
I plan to call first thing!

Old 06-28-2017, 11:04 PM
Location: East central Florida coast
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Hi - I am just joining this thread...I agree with all those who find this situation unsettling. Any person I have had a friendship with (to any degree) would not delete their entire FB accounts to end the relationship. While people are often too wishy-washy to end a relationship with directness and tact, most would make a myriad of excuses or become less and less available for contact and/or get-togethers. The OP also does not seem to have a logical clue to why this person would want to end the relationship so abruptly...

I am also eager to know what has really occurred.
Old 06-28-2017, 11:11 PM
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I'm thinkking of the old saying "Better to be safe than sorry". It is not so unusual anymore for something to happen to people like this. Keep us updated.
Old 06-29-2017, 06:19 AM
Location: Camberville
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I guess I'm coming at this from a different angle - why is it easier to accept that something *very* nefarious happened (assuming a third party deleted their Facebook pages) than that they both put you on a limited profile view before blocking you? The whole circumstance is weird, but maybe something changed and they were too immature to actually talk to you like a grown up? As someone else noted, maybe they are having marital issues and are locking themselves down.

Working in social media, this isn't as uncommon as you'd think. It sounds like you were blocked by both to me. Do you have other people who were mutual friends with them?

Personally, I think it's highly inappropriate to call her work.
Old 06-29-2017, 06:30 AM
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OP, you sound like a nice and caring person but I would assume she doesn't want to be bothered.
Old 06-29-2017, 07:02 AM
Location: SW Florida
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I agree with the posters who said call her work and ask someone in her office or department if she has been at work because you are a little worried about her.

How many times have we heard on the news about people who didn't show up to work and then they were discovered dead? Murder/Suicide? It's happened in my county a lot in the last few years. Of course if she hasn't been to work in awhile I would think someone there would have said something. But you never know. I guess I watch too many crime dramas.

In the last condo I lived in, a 38 year old woman died at home from diabetes complications. She had a 3 year daughter who lived there with her mother's dead body until someone from her office sent police over for a wellness check.
Old 06-29-2017, 07:20 AM
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Leave it alone, OP. It's pretty obvious that contact has been deliberately severed. This can be for many reasons, some of which could be as benign as personal life issues, to more serious ones as witness protection program.

Whatever it is, you're not part of it. The snake does not want to be petted.
Old 06-29-2017, 07:20 AM
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JustJazzy, I'm curious about how your call to her work went this morning. I hope you post back.
Old 06-29-2017, 07:30 AM
Location: Florida
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Auto accidents are a lot more common than murder and can result in sudden disappearances too.
If it were my friend I would want to know if it's something like that or not.
Old 06-29-2017, 07:54 AM
Location: Towson, MD
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I think the key point here is the OP said both husband and wife's social media accounts were DELETED, not that she is blocked. That indicates to me the couple is going through some issues or something bad is happening. Best thing is to call the workplace and see if friend is still working. If she is, end of story. If she isn't, call the cops for a wellness check.
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