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Denver Shooter Possession?

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posted on Jul, 26 2012 @ 11:51 AM
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i also though about the zombie attacks to be possession
then came with the rabies theory
now im more with the mind control theory
there is a drug to command people like if you were inside a virtual reality and you become mindless
they can run different programs with the mindcontrol drug

change someone into rambo or into "zombie" mode




posted on Jul, 27 2012 @ 03:35 PM
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I saw the other thread about the theorized curse and all. What strikes me is all the violence that is supposed to be in the movie, which I have not seen. I stopped at the Val Kilmer's Batman, so the last Joker I ever saw was Tommy Lee Jones, I never saw Heath Ledger's version. In fact I haven't seen a movie in a theater since the Star Trek reboot. So I will have to take everyone's word this is a violent movie. So, as the mother of a seven year old daughter, I have to ask what in heavens name was a six year old daughter, a sweet little child so very much like my own baby, doing at a movie like this with her mother? My heart breaks for little Veronica Moser and her mother and their family's tragic loss.

But again, why were ANY children at a movie like this? Don't the parents worry the kids will get at the very least, terrible nightmares and terrible imagery they can't process? What about expecting children and babies to sleep in a noisy theater full of scary sounds? That is inexplicable to me. There should not have been any children deaths at all that night. Obviously parental guidance in the "PG" part of the rating is absent and the movie theaters may have to start enforcing the ratings for their own protection, like they do for "R".

I wonder what could have drawn the parents into bringing children to a movie like this. By now we all should know this isn't the same Batman that was amusing kids on TV in the 1960's. Why would any parent think movies like this are okay for anyone under thirteen? Even I can't stomach this junk anymore.



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