Why William Lance suspects the involvement of foul play about his daughter's disappearance from the ferry?

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Re: Why William Lance suspects the involvement of foul play about his daughter's disappearance from the ferry?

Post by felix kimutai » 07 Dec 2018, 05:51

Fathers are closed to daughters so much. Debbie going to the ferry popped up William's instincts of his daughter missing.

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Post by daydreaming reader » Yesterday, 12:08

Perhaps it is because of the relationship he and his daughter has. I think it was mentioned that she would call him everyday regardless of where she was. Additionally, he was an overprotective father and I think it was mentioned that he watched her drive onto the ferry. considering both of things, it was against the norm, hence the suspicion.
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