posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 12:32 AM
Torn with a strong lean towards rationality on this one. I still, however feel that the whole Aurora tragedy is tainted somehow. Don't know exactly
what to make of this but, here's my inner battles with it.
On the rational side:
The strongest swimmer can drown as easily as anyone else if particular factors occur such as too much water getting in the windpipe, alcohol or injury
is sustained. Bizarre coincidences are often simply bizarre coincidences, but frankly the death of a person who is in the health industry and was
involved with a tragic event nearly a month prior is not terribly bizarre really. Just sad.
On the conspiratorial side:
Lack of coverage in Ohio and mystery friend knowledge seems suspicious. How could the husband "suppose" she drowned when there was a person there
who would know what occurred? If it were my wife, I'd be getting every detail possible from the friend. (no offense to the husband, who may just be
in grief/shock - I do understand that) Maybe there are simply details the family do not wish to share with the world.
On the way-out-there conspiratorial side:
There has been speculation on mind control and other sorts of shenanigans with this case. I learned about the drug Scopolamine
because of this case and
I can only imagine what sort of pharma they can concoct with that stuff. Strong enough to make surviving family members recount situations in a
different way? Certainly.
Either way, an honorable woman/human has passed and I wish her family and friends strength.