posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 11:14 AM
I think the answer lies in what happened to the women before all this took place.
I'm not trying to turn this into a conspiracy, but I do know of an incident which could or not be relevant.
My Brother who is ex Army, works for a company that moves Army Families from deployment to deployment, moving the Family home under contract to the
Government, anyway that aside nothing really to do with what happened to him and his co workers, just explaining why he travels and works the way he
Anyhow, they where on a ferry coming back from Northern Ireland about 2 years ago now, they had gone to the bar to relax for a while before finishing
their trip when they got to Holyhead.
My brothers friend went to the Lavatory leaving my Brother and another crew member talking, when his friend got back from the Lav he asked my Brother
what some guy had wanted who had been bending down near their bag (they have to keep certain papers with them at all times) then a man from further
along the bar said he had seen they same guy drop something into my brothers drink, they looked at the drink (coke) and said it looked alright and
didn't seem to have had anything put in it, they told the bar person, who then called a supervisor who asked the two witnesses to this man to go with
him to see if they could point him out.
They looked everywhere and didn't find him, they where then asked to wait with the Police to watch as people got off to point him out, despite
waiting and watching for 45 mins, they didn't see him, the ferry was searched and nobody was found, my Brother said the only conclusion they could
come to that is was a ferry crew member who had done it.
Anyway, my point is, the consequences of my Brother going ahead and drinking the drink if nobody had noticed could have been deadly, a 300 mile trip
ahead of them, and something happening to him while driving the big two trailer truck he said gave him a few skin crawling memories when he thought
about it, it could have killed a lot of people.
What if someone is playing games by messing with the heads of innocent people to see what happens? dropping something into a drink and then watching
the totally random results as the drug takes effect?
The Woman in the Documentary always seemed to be checking through the blinds, was she looking for someone? she didn't believe the Police where the
Police in the Video, and saying "they" were going to take their organs.
It also said that to this day she has never spoken about what happened in the room when the Man was stabbed, could it be that what she was looking for
through the blinds could have entered the house and done it? it would be a way to put a stop on any experiment, she would be in custody or dead,
nothing for anyone to clean up, they had their murderer already, who would they be looking for? would the Woman even remember? she didn't remember
the Motorway incident.
I have never heard of an illness like this other than a crime of passion which this clearly is not, there are so many unanswered questions about this,
so why are they allowing it to just go away? surely its in everyone's best interest to find the cause and stop it happening again.
I remember the original news report but never heard anything about the killing afterwards, I remember the super human comments when the story broke,
but it faded away fast enough.
The Documentary does not explain anything at all, it just gives the story, its been left wide open like an open book, does anyone think there is to be
a continuation when she is released?
I think we are only part way through this story, something is missing for sure, maybe it isn't finished yet, both Women could add to this story IMO.