The 31-year-old Department of Revenue auditor mysteriously went missing in the early morning hours of September 7, 2015 after a night of having fun with people he called friends.
He hasn’t been seen or heard from since then, but, this week, a voicemail recording from that evening has surfaced and it is disturbing.
The troubling call, which was placed from McCabe’s cell phone at 2:30 in the morning of September 7th, contains about 2-minutes of screams, growls and moans, then is punctuated with a few seconds of silence before someone says “stop it.”
“The growls turn into high pitch moans, like he's moaning in pain,” an individual familiar with the Henry McCabe investigation and his last known voicemail message stated yesterday.
Police have been "unable to make any definite conclusions about the disturbing voicemail," Kinney said, adding that 31-year-old Henry McCabe was officially reported missing the following morning and that no one has reported seeing him for nearly four weeks.
A police spokesman also told reporters that the FBI is now analyzing the recording for "further analysis and cleaning up."
Investigators believe this final call originated from the vicinity of Rice Creek Park which borders on the Mounds View and New Brighton communities, although a wide-scale search there produced no evidence.
Because that district isn’t where McCabe’s acquaintance reportedly dropped him off, loved ones of the missing man have expressed some doubts about the accuracy -- or truthfulness -- of this person’s account.
McCabe allegedly left a Spring Lake Park nightclub with his unnamed friend, who subsequently left him at a convenience store in Fridley.
On November 4th, 2015, Henry McCabe's body was found in Rush Lake in New Brighton. McCabe, age 32, is determined to have likely died from drowning in fresh waters, according to an autopsy report by the Ramsey County medical examiner released to his family. New Brighton and Mound Views police chiefs said the case remains an open investigation, and they encourage the public to share any information that they might have regarding McCabe’s death.
This is odd, and inconsistent with the strange voicemail left on his wife's phone.
The full, uninterrupted voicemail is unable to be located at this time, although the main stream media outlet KSTP is said to have it. As the video shows, this media outlet talks over and describes the voicemail to us instead of allowing people to hear it for themselves. Some real Ron Burgandy and the News at 9 crew reporting over there.
We will continue to scrape the web for the full audio and post it here when found.
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