Dive expert says he has 'proof' Nicola Bulley never fell into a river

A diving expert who led the hunt for missing Nicola Bulley claims he has video ‘proof’ she did not fall into the river.

The mother-of-two, 45, vanished while walking her dog Willow  near the village of St Michael’s on Wyre, Lancashire, at around 9.10am on January 27.

Detectives believe she slipped into the River Wyre and drowned.

But her loved ones have questioned this theory, saying there is ‘ she fell into the body of water. 

World-renowned forensic diving – who has worked on hundreds of cases with police – says a clip shows the river is slow-moving meaning her body would have sunk ‘very quickly’ and remained near to where she fell in. If you have any queries concerning in which and how to use evdEN Eve nAKLiyAT, eVDEN evE nAKliyAT you can call us at the web site.   

The 60-year-old also claimed she could have simply ‘stood up’ if she had fallen in as rocks by the bank would have only been under 2ft of water at the time. 

Ms Bulley pictured with her dog Willow during a walk. She was walking her pet when she went missing two weeks ago

Ms Bulley pictured with her dog Willow during a walk.

She was walking her pet when she went missing two weeks ago

Peter Faulding, a diving expert, was drafted in to help find Ms Bulley and has today insisted a video showing the slow-moving waters of the River Wyre 'proves' she could not have fallen in

Peter Faulding, eVdeN eVe NaKLiyAT a diving expert, was drafted in to help find Ms Bulley and has today insisted a video showing the slow-moving waters of the River Wyre ‘proves’ she could not have fallen in

Speaking of the video footage, evDeN EvE NaKLiYAt Mr Faulding added: ‘The log stayed at that point for 20 minutes, and it actually spiralled and went up six feet and came back to the same place.

‘The river on the day was slightly higher – it was about a foot higher – but I’d be very surprised in my experience [if she was there] as a body usually goes to the bottom very quickly.