Yup. If I recall correctly the same area was also a focus, at least in the early days, in the search for Suzanne Pilley's body (still undiscovered - although a conviction for murder was secured). Although I suspect that in that case the peelers would have been looking much further away from the road than they are with Tony Parsons. On an aside: I'm sure I've said this before - but I think it's worth repeating. Human beings constantly overestimate the space they take and the traces they leave behind. Most of us would barely fill a wheelie bin to the half way mark - and once the gases have gone and we've stopped leaking and dried out a bit, that volume can shrink pretty quickly over time. I've done a lot of solo trekking and wild camping in the past, but I'm very hazard aware - partly because of the type of work I've done. As part of that process I regularly step back a bit from what I'm doing and just reboot my thinking, or try and view things from a slightly different perspective. I remember some years ago sitting and checking out a route on Rannoch Moor in bad weather and thinking, 'how much of me is there?' I worked it out as something like a couple of bags of plaster and a bundle of sticks - to be reduced to one bag of plaster and a bundle of twigs in a few weeks time. It's amazing how much more aware of your surroundings you become when you figure out how little of it you take up. Some people are surprised when a body is not recovered, seeing that undiscovered status as an indication of some other underlying mystery. But, certainly when it comes to wide open spaces, I'm never really surprised.