Originally posted by Kandinsky
reply to post by Vandalour
Hiya Vandalour. Marzulli is way off track with this one. I can remember these incidents when they happened.
The Swedish twins were mentally ill and looked, in my experience, like they'd been taking Class-A drugs for a few days and were hitting 'the wall.'
One of the twins, Sabina Eriksson, is now in jail for stabbing a guy to death on the day after her release from a prison sentence for the M6 incident. Link
Marzulli has projected his own wacky belief system on real people and real events. In this case, it's a bit low in my opinion because so many people have been affected by the actions of these women. He's lying through his ass. He's ignoring the feelings of the parents and families of the twins and Mr Hollingshead to attract attention. His actions, videos and statements can only hurt them further.
Originally posted by ScepticalBeliever
There's no proof they were aliens. Yes, beyond extremely strange behaviour- but that doesn't mean they were aliens. I realise they were tested for drugs and none were found in their systems, so PCP or any other substance for that matter weren't the culprit. However, perhaps mental illness was to blame. That was the official explanation given.
If I remember correctly, they believed one twin was mentally ill, she had lead a very nomadic lifestyle and her past was hard to track. The other- who had previously lived in Ireland, and was married and had lived a normal life up until she ran into her twin again- had what's known as a moment of madness- it does have an official name in French, which I forgot, but that's what it translates to in English.edit on 25-12-2010 by ScepticalBeliever because: (no reason given)