Everyone here at the Invisible Ships Podcast team has been working hard and looking for anything that might help to get Bryon Macron’s case reopened by the authorities. Recently some of our listeners have come across a few new pieces of evidence that might just help make that happen. And while we may not have found the smoking gun yet, we do have a few new nuggets of information we didn’t have before. We have covered this new information on the podcast and wanted you to see it for yourself.
- Bryon’s Phone. There is a lot of strange things going on with Bryon Macron’s phone, for one absolutely no photographs were taken of it by the police. According to their report his phone was discovered inside the Layfette Township Administration Building. However, the lack of any kind photos of this phone being taken into evidence or where exactly it was located is very surprising as it is a key piece of evidence in this case. Just try and imagine how much information your smart phone holds about you, or what it could tell investigators about you if you were a victim and unable to speak for yourself.
We have learned about Bryon’s movements through GPS information that was created by his phone pinging off of nearby cell towers. One of our listeners named Bob has spent hours combing through this raw data and found something interesting. Bryon isn’t always where the official police narrative places him. One of the most intriguing entries of the GPS report is found on Line 45 —-Note: the first entry is Bryon’s cell phone number (I removed the digits) next the date and time, than the longitude and latitude and last how accurate it is.
WARNING THIS GETS NERDY!
Line 45-Bryon’s phone,2016-12-16,06:46:53,-81.944802,41.048406,Location accuracy likely better than 2500 meters which is 1.5 miles
On this ping we see a Location that shows Bryon somewhere around Kennard Road in Westfield Township Ohio. this is at least 3.5 miles away from his office where the police believed he was at the time.
Now look at the time and date stamp 2016-12-16,06:46:53
The date is 12/16/2016 which is the day that Bryon died. the time stamp shows 06:46:53am this would be a huge discrepancy to the case if the times were reported in Eastern Standard Time. I don’t think they are though, it appears that the report is using something called Coordinated Universal Time or UTC which means that the time is –4 hours from EST during daylight saving time and -5 hours during standard time.
Daylight Saving Time 2016
- began Sunday, March 13
- ended Sunday, November 6
So the time should be 6:46am UTC minus 5 hours =1:46 EST
Q: what does this tell us?
A: That the car pulling in to the Layfette Township Administration Building at 1:50am EST isn’t Bryon’s like the police believe!!!!
The slide below was created by agents from the Ohio BCI and shows a vehicle entering the Layfette Township Administration Building at exactly 1:50am EST
But we know from Bryon’s phone data that he was about 3.5 miles south of that location @1:46am and there is no way he could have been arriving at the office four minutes later. Especially when you account for the video showing the vehicle entering westbound from Wedgewood road. The most direct and quickest route, the only way he could possibly have arrived in 4 minutes or under would have been to take US-42 north and turn eastbound on to Wedgwood Road.
We also have absolutely no idea why Bryon would be down around Kennard Road at this time. It would seem to be out of the way from everything that we thought we knew about his movements that morning. It is so far out of the way between his home and his office it is just doesn’t make any sense and remains another mystery.
2.calendar entry might be as bad as it looks