Police in Maryland are investigating why a newborn baby girl was left alone in the woods without so much as a diaper. The baby was rescued in Silver Spring, Maryland, on Friday when a passerby heard her crying from a nearby street, police said. The baby's cries may have saved her life. Medical personnel at the hospital said the baby appeared to be just a few hours old. Investigators located the child's mother on Sunday, but they have not determined why the baby was left naked and unattended. Police said the mother was receiving medical care at a hospital, but did not offer details on her condition.
The will to live: How Lisa Theris survived in the woods for weeks
Alabama woman survived in the woods was high on meth | Daily Mail Online
Cops probing how an Alabama woman survived naked and alone in woods for nearly a month think she may have got lost because she was high on drugs, DailyMail. Student radiographer Lisa Theris spent 25 days stumbling about in circles in dense forest despite never being more than a mile from the nearest road. Baffled investigators now suspect the former Hooters waitress may have been disorientated and suffering from hallucinations brought on by taking methamphetamine. The two men she allegedly took drugs with, meanwhile, were so sure the year-old was dead they started accusing one another of killing her.
Naked student who got lost in woods for a month ‘was on meth’, say police
A student who wandered alone and naked in the wilderness for almost a month may have gotten lost and disorientated after she had taken methamphetamine, police suspect. Lisa Theris lost 40 pounds after she hobbled around in circles in dense woods just a mile from the American highway where she was eventually found covered in mud and scratches. Detectives meanwhile had been questioning Manly Davis, 31, and Randy Oswald, 36, after she went missing in Midland, Alabama - and the pair blamed each other for the year-old's supposed murder.
Lisa Theris, 25, stumbled out of wilderness sunburned, caked in mud and covered in scratches having lost three-and-a-half stone as authorities described her survival a "miracle". A woman who went missing in the American wilderness has revealed how she was finally rescued after she was forced to survive on just berries and wild mushrooms for 28 days. Lisa Theris was finally rescued by a driver after she stumbled out of woodland, after living without shelter in forest in Midland, Alabama, for weeks as a massive search was conducted to try and find her safely.