We cannot know, at present, whether Chaplins is true or not, but Amaral has promised explosive revelations in his forthcoming book.
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"......... The McCann’s went to another restaurant (Chaplin’s) the previous night which was even further away from where they were staying and they left their children alone even at that distance. Chaplin’s is 800 metres more in distance than the 200 metres it takes to get to the Tapas Bar.
MW’s staff had to go and find them and ask the McCann’s to return to their apartment as one of their children had been crying for over an hour and a half. The next day MW’s offered them a babysitter for the night (for free) on the 3rd May and the McCann’s cancelled her services and went to the Tapas Bar which was 200 metres away not 50 yards as the McCann’s have stated). Even after all that crying from their child the previous night, they still left their children alone again the next night. If that is not wilful neglect, what the hell is? "..........
Would a quiz night attract you? And if so, what night might quiz night be? Why, quiz night isTuesday night!
Chaplins inform us:
“FUN” QUIZ NIGHT every Tuesday, start 10 pm
But, is there any evidence that the tapas 9 enjoyed quizzes? Well, it seems they were not averse to them, for, in relation to the night of 3 May, Sol informs us
An aerobic instructor from the resort entertains the dinner guests at Tapas with a ‘Quiz’. At 9.30 p.m. the game ends, and Gerry invites her to their table, where she stays for half an hour.
Is there anything that might encourage late evening drinking at Chaplins? Well how about a ‘Happy Hour’
Last year, this was advertised as follows:
Later on in the evening, once the food has finished, Chaplins swings into Bar mode and is soon full of people enjoying the music, the great company and perhaps most of all the Happy Hour (11.30pm - 12.30pm) when all drinks are half price.
What is interesting about the Chaplins story, if true, is what hangs from it. From the point of public relations, were it to become media mainstream, it could be extraordinarily damaging to the McCann cause.
The suspicious minded may also ask whether anything more serious than crying occurred.
We cannot know, at present, whether Chaplins is true or not, but Amaral has promised explosive revelations in his forthcoming book. "
Paulo, Thanks again for the updates. Over the past two weeks there has been rampant speculation that Maddie died on the night of the 2nd or in the early hours of the 3rd, after her parents had to be dragged out of a bar that was located a mile from the apartment. Can you confirm that the parents were at the bar (Chaplin's) and who (parent or friend) answered the request from MW's for someone to take care of the McCann's crying child? Now I am starting to understanding the McCann's weird emphasis on anniversaries. Another diversion tactic, this one to keep prying eyes off of the 2nd.