Hello Chris. The honest answer is that I cannot say for certain that Brady could take me right to Keith, only Brady knows that. As for the 'shifting hills' the fact is that the hills have not shifted. There has been slippage in a couple of areas but nothing that changes the landscape beyond recognition, it usually just leaves a 'scar' on the landscape so it can be identified as a small area of change and taken into account. Photographic proof exists of how little change there has been over the years. The main difference is in vegetation. By that I mean the spread of bracken, which is a problem for us now, and the amount of work done to ensure that Heather is spreading and growing in most areas of the moor.
When Brady went to the moor with the police he was very definite about where he was going and how to get there, retracing his walk from June 1964. The police were surprised by his recollection of the area. Then at a certain stage he suddenly appeared to become confused. We have to ask if that was a genuine sudden confusion or had he seen what he wanted to see as being undisturbed? Was he taking the police to one part of that area knowing Keith to be in another part, within that same general area? I asked the police those same questions and they said that that scenario was quite possible.
I think it is best summed up by stating we and the vast majority of people involved with the case and search believe Keith to be in that area as there is nothing to lead us elsewhere and no real reason to believe Keith could be elsewhere. I have only heard one professional person state a belief that Keith cannot be found because there is nothing left of him to be found. That belief is not shared by the many other professional people I have spoken to.
I hope this has answered your question, if not, please feel free to return to this subject.