I read a fair amount of news, and came to this one odd piece, which developed from two days ago as a 'man-lost' story. The AP wrote up the original piece, and the end-piece (appearing late last night).
For those who are familiar with the Atlanta Braves....they once had this outfielder by the name of Otis Nixon. Toward the end of his career....he was lucky enough to be picked up for a couple of seasons with the Braves. He was suspended in one season for drug use (cocaine).
So Otis came up in the last couple of days and told his girlfriend that he was going golfing, and left in his SUV. He didn't come back. She got all worried and upset.....then called the cops. The cops simply put out a note to folks about him missing....but I doubt if they put any effort into this.
Yesterday, Otis reappeared. As the AP noted.....foul play was not involved. They kept you dangling over this episode.....telling you little else.
Then they kinda end the story....Otis had 1,379 hits and 620 stolen bases over a 17-year career.
It's how a guy would like to end a mysterious epic disappearance....just some AP writer noting his baseball statistics from a career twenty years ago. You could have just chatted about the wife, girlfriend, or kids.....but you need some slam-bang ending to a story.