Monday, April 2, 2012

Just How Did Jessica Ronhock's Jeep Tumble Off A Cliff?



Suicide, foul play or merely an accident. That is the question facing those investigating the death of Jessica Lynn Ronhock. The 21-year-old Jessica Ronhock vanished from Upstate New York in early January. Her body was found Saturday in a Jeep Cherokee that tumbled off a cliff in Arizona. Ronhock found
The accident apparently happened several months ago. Authorities. A group of elk hunters found the decomposing body. Ronhock was last seen at Elmira College in Upstate New York, where she was studying nursing. Jessica left a note for her roommate saying she was returning home for a "family emergency." There was no emergency, and Jessica did not go home. Credit card records showed Jessica apparently traveling through Florida, Texas and Arizona.
On January 15, security footage revealed Jessica by herself withdrawing cash from an ATM in Texas.



On January 22, Ronhock's family received Jessica's private journal. It was mailed from Williams, Arizona. Huffington Post. Did Jessica take a self-discovery trip which ended in foul play? Did she take her own life? Did she merely have an accident? Jessica was one day into her second term of junior year. Not a typical time to end ones life. Her parents seek answers while expressing their grief. Unfortunately, exactly what happened may never be known; however we can all pray that both Jessica and her family can find peace. Find Jessica

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

She obviously was looking for something. Perhaps she found it. I am aware of no evidence of foul play.

Anonymous said...

The FBI did not suspect that a crime had been involved. Her video footage revealed that she was alone at the ATM.

Anonymous said...

Accidents do happen. The fact that she sent her journal home to her family might suggest that she knew the end was near. Without knowing more, it would be hard to rule out suicide.

Kat said...

If Jessica fell asleep at the wheel she may have hit the guard rail very hard and thus left the roadway.

Anonymous said...

This is just like the book "Into the Wild"

Unfortunately, real life is permanent. You can't turn back and rewrite a new ending.

Anonymous said...

Another Thelma and Louise without the Louise?

More likely, she fell asleep or was just going too darn fast. However, the lawyers ought to look into whether the brakes failed. Could be a lawsuit in here somewhere.

Anonymous said...

Poor girl. May she R.I.P.

Video Guy said...

The fact her Journal was sent home from AZ leads us to believe she had suicide on her mind…why send it home from out of state, especially the state she was later found? Who knows what else was going on in her life…a broken relationship maybe?

Sad…the hardest thing to do when someone goes through hard times and they feel desperate is that things will get better. Especially when a relationship/love is the problem.

Those endorphins I spoke about in a past post can go on being released after a relationship ends. And this means that person is physically and mentally sick… “love sick”, is an accurate description about ones mood long before science new the reason why.

Don’t think foul play on this one and it could be an accident, except for the fact of her journal and her traveling alone.

Anonymous said...

I think v.g. Is right on this one

Anonymous said...

Suicide is always hard for friends and family to accept.

Anonymous said...

Dear V.G., Sorry but you are wrong. There was no "love" unless you consider her love of nursing and wanting to be a combat nurse. There was also no suicide. The journal was sent home to her parents to explain why she left school because she didn't want to talk at the time but didn't want her family to worry. The answer to this question is quite simple in this case and better than all the alternatives, it was her time and God took her home.

Anonymous said...

Ok. I will go with the mere accident reason since I don't know what the journal said.

Anonymous said...

I live in Flag and make this drive at least once a week. I followed her story since she had gone missing - and in a crazy coincidence, she ends up 25 miles south of me. I stopped about three or four times at scenic overlook, completely unaware of where she was - when she was there the whole time. I just can't believe with all the weird things that happened in this story and all the unanswered questions, her story ends with an accident. People make this drive all the time - and her car was the one to accidentally go off the cliff?

Anonymous said...

Interesting coincidense

Anonymous said...

You think it is at all appropriate to make a Thelma and Louise joke? This young woman was someone's daughter and a friend to many an she deserves more than that. You should be ashamed.