posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 07:15 AM
Originally posted by amaster
reply to post by NorEaster
Please correct me if I'm worng, but didn't you state that Brion was with you at that time helping with your band? And it still wouldn't make any
sense why Brion wasn't wearing proper "wedding attire" if he truly were there.
As soon as I got word that he could be placed within 100 miles of that photo when it was taken, my questions on the validity of the story were
answered. Occam's Razor, and all that. He and I were working together on that band all the time during that period, but that doesn't mean that I
knew where he was at all times. As to why he'd be there in a flannel shirt, if this was at the end of the night, he probably stopped in after
checking the parking lot for any treachery, and wandered in for a moment when the coast was clear. Maybe this is why my brother Jeff was given the
photo by John? No sense in Cindy getting sh*t from Frank over this unfortunate photo. Especially if she didn't even know that Brion was passing by
when the shot was taken. To me, that makes perfect sense.
Out of curiosity, how was Cindy and Franks marrige? You said Frank was violent, was he abusive or controlling? Just tring to figure out why
Cindy wouldn't remember Brion being there.
Cindy left Frank after she and Brion discovered (at the funeral of another friend of mine - January 2009) that they had never stopped missing each
other, and her divorce went through a few months ago. I would imagine that Frank was his normal self during their marriage. I heard that he recently
got busted over a small crop of plants and slipped the charges by ratting out someone else on some other stuff. This came from another solid source I
have in the area on that kind of information, but it's not common knowledge elsewhere. Frank's not a quality individual. He's lost a lot of overall
capacity, and has become a dog in the backyard on a chain staked into the ground (meaning that he's only dangerous if you enter his circle of access,
and that boundary is easy to see, since the grass has been worn down to dirt over the years). That tends to happen to those kinds of guys.
As to why Cindy doesn't remember Brion being there, he may not have actually been to the reception, but stopped by the hall as it was winding up.
That's not tough to imagine. The bar of the place is attached to the hall. No big deal to wander back there if they hadn't locked up yet. I'm
pretty satisfied that the mystery of him being in that shot has been solved.
By the way, I did confront him with what I discovered, and he thinks that I'm full of sh*t about the ticket. I don't think it'll be resolved at
this end. It'll be a campfire ghost story from now on. Screw it. Whatever makes them get all tingly and excited is fine by me. Life is too short to
worry about letting reality kill the fun.