Hannah Graham, a University of Virginia sophomore went missing in the early hours of Saturday, September 13, 2014.
She unfortunately became intoxicated either before a party or at a party near the UVA campus, and became disoriented and lost as she walked alone after midnight, trying to find her way back home from a party. I believe these details are approximately correct.
I do not know why Hannah, as a sophomore, supposedly a second year student, did not know enough about her surroundings to find her way back to her dorm. I have heard conflicting comments, that “this was her first year on campus”, so I don’t know whether she transferred in as a sophomore from another school, or what the truth is exactly. I will research these details and post the answers when I know more. Her age, 18 years old, is also unusual for a sophomore. Was she accepted into UVA as sophomore because of her previous educational attainment?
Returning to Hannah’s Walk
Regrettably and tragically, Hannah continued to walk further and further away from the UVA campus, and more and more into danger, as noted by security cameras of various businesses.
She ended up on the “Downtown Mall” of Charlottesville, a pedestrian area with various shops, at least one hotel, restaurants, bars, bookshops and other retail businesses. Security cameras confirm that the alleged perpetrator of the abduction and alleged murder was Jesse L. Matthew, Jr. Cameras confirm that the suspect and the victim were seen either inside, or in the vicinity of the bar Tempo, in the early hours of Saturday, September 13, 2014, and this is the last time we have proof that Hannah was alive.
I will return to finish this entry.
2014 11-06, 8:26 p.m. EST