posted on Dec, 11 2012 @ 06:16 AM
I wouldn't be terribly surprised if the royal family had this nurse offed, but I don't think so at least not on purpose. There's a clue that leads me
to believe this was an actual suicide.
You might think it odd that she put through a call without asking questions, but I think she revered and feared the queen so much that she was afraid
to doubt someone she thought might actually be her, she was afraid to question the queen. When she found out of her mistake she probably felt it her
duty to kill herself for bringing this prank upon the royal family.
Technically the royal family did kill her. Their fame and imposing stature scared her to death.
Edit: I remember back when I was in my late teens I had just started working for a large corporation as a security guard. On my first or second day
I was working the front desk, we were tasked with checking everyone's badge as they walked into the building. People always seemed to be in such a
hurry there, I was a little shy about stopping them and asking for their badge at first. There was another guard working with me to help train me and
such, he helped me assert myself in regards to badge checking.
At one point this older gentleman walked in and I stopped him and asked for his badge. He looked surprised and as he approached the desk my co-worker
became very nervous. My co-worker apologized to him vehemently, "so sorry sir very very so very sorry sir he's new here." I had stopped the VP, much
like royalty there apparently.
edit on 11-12-2012 by Symbiot because: (no reason given)