reply to post by gwynnhwyfar
I'm totally with you on that. The picture is what bothers me more than anything else (well, I mean other than the obvious tragedy of this all).
I've only been able to wrap my mind around two conclusions about that picture. Both are unsettling, if for different reasons.
(1) Fiona and Dr. Treg are one and the same. When she was "on the run", before committing suicide, she used her ATS account to get a feel for what
was happening - maybe a last cry for help in case someone could locate her psychically. If she was using a computer in a public place (like a
library, for example) she wouldn't have access to personal pictures of herself so she just grabbed one from a news story. She added the writing
using whatever cheap-o graphics program was available on the computer (maybe like Paint?) to make it look as if Dr. T had been given this picture of
her with the message scrawled on it.
(2) Dr. Treg has fabricated the true nature of his relationship with Fiona. For some reason, Dr. T wanted us to believe that he was a partner of
Fiona's. But he wasn't. As such, the only picture he had access to was the one we all saw on the news. He added the writing to make it seem like
it was personalized to him. But... really? That picture looks like an employee photo, or a driver's license photo, or an intake photo. It is NOT
the kind of photo someone would send to a lover or partner with a cute/sexy message. It makes no sense whatsoever. So if Dr. T isn't Fiona, I think
it is safe to say that HE (or she) added that writing to the photo. But for what end? To give legitimacy to his plea for help? Or something
Whether Fiona or another person (Dr. T) doctored this photo, I really feel they did it thinking it would add legitimacy to the story of Dr. T being a
partner with Fiona. Depending on which (if either) of the above scenarios are true, this might have been done for different reasons... but the end
result just casts a LOT of doubt and suspicion to the claims of Dr. T and who he or she really is/was.
The photo seems like a smoking gun, in some ways... but I just don't know what it means. It does keep me up at night, though...