Tourist Photo Aids in John Glasgow Search

by Gwen Moritz  on Friday, Feb. 22, 2008 3:24 pm  

A photo taken by a tourist shows John Glasgow's SUV, parked in front of the lodge on Monday afternoon, Jan. 28, the day he disappeared. See the full image at the end of this story.

Little Rock executive John Glasgow's Volvo SUV was parked at Mather Lodge at Petit Jean State Park sometime before 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 28, the day he disappeared, photos taken by a lodge guest show.

(See the full photo at the end of this story.)

Two photographs taken by a Tennessee tourist refute earlier published reports that the vehicle wasn't in the parking lot until midday on Jan. 29, shortly before it was discovered.

Roger Glasgow, John Glasgow's older brother, said the family had contacted guests registered at the lodge on Jan. 28 and 29 in hopes of finding someone who had seen John or had photographs of the parking lot. One guest from Tennessee, whose name Roger didn't know, provided two date-stamped digital photos of the parking lot taken about 4:30 on that Monday afternoon, and the Volvo was in the same parking spot outside the lodge where it was discovered the next day.

Roger Glasgow provided a printed copy of one photo to ArkansasBusiness.com, but the copy did not include the date stamp.

Glasgow, 45, was chief financial officer of CDI Contractors in Little Rock. He was reported missing on the afternoon on Jan. 28 when he failed to show up for work. A neighbor saw his car leave his home on South Lookout Street at 5:15 that morning.

The Petit Jean Headlight newspaper, citing unnamed rangers, reported that Glasgow's car was not seen in the parking lot until midday on Tuesday, Jan. 29.

Roger Glasgow also told ArkansasBusiness.com that John's wife, Melinda, had resigned her position as an event planner for Heifer International. She had not returned to work since her husband's disappearance, he said.


This photo, taken by a tourist, shows John Glasgow's SUV, parked in front of the lodge, second from the left, on Monday afternoon, Jan. 28, the day he disappeared.

 

 

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