Carole Baskin Behaves Like She Knows Nothing About Her Husband's Disappearance

She remains so vague as to be suspicious, and she was pretty quick to move on.
Dec 4, 2020
Carole Baskin Behaves Like She Knows Nothing About Her Husband's DisappearanceCarole Baskin Behaves Like She Knows Nothing About Her Husband's Disappearance
In the opening paragraphs of an article Baskin uploaded to the Big Cat Rescue website, she refers to it as simply "...the disappearance of my husband Don in 1997." For someone who claims to have been in love with Don, Carole seemed quick to move on. Her main priority rapidly became ensuring that Don was declared legally dead so that she could collect his fortune. Later, she has a section in a blog post that she titles "The Time Leading up to Don's Disappearance" and in that discussion, she doesn't provide any information about how he disappeared, suggesting she has no idea. For example, in the second paragraph about a doctor ordering an MRI for him, she just writes, "I did not find the prescription until I was searching his bedside table looking for clues to his disappearance." And in the paragraph after that about a doctor's appointment she had scheduled for him, she writes, "But he disappeared before the appointment date."
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