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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodland View Post
    Wow, I missed that LV said bank statements were missing. This might give her an 'out' with her declaration that AG had a total worth of $50K aside from her house, however missing means take the death certificate to the bank (they are not handed out easily) and retrieve copies. Jmo.
    You aren't alone as I also missed that one.
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    Quoted from Woodland:

    I have wondered from time to time how well LV and PK actually knew each other.


    And I've also wondered whether they "knew" each other at all! Maybe it was merely a case of AG saying something like - Oh, that's my handyman out there mowing the lawn. We can talk quietly here.

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    A couple of thoughts upon rereading this article.Does this mean DLS is one of the few people (other than LE) who know what AG's injuries were and did he share that info? On a French news site I spotted yesterday (but chose not to post)the number of stab wounds AG received was revealed......
    http://www.thespec.com/news/local/ar...-audrey-gleave
    "They showed David some pictures from the crime scene — also a common tactic. Look at this — see this? See what was done to Audrey?"



    Also, one would think that a detailed person like AG would have first checked out if it was legal to have her remains buried in a dog cemetery before including that in a will.

    "Lynne handled all the arrangements. She could not fulfil Audrey's request to bury her ashes in the pet cemetery beside two of her previous German shepherds — that is illegal in Ontario. Friends said the ashes were sprinkled on the golf course in Brantford instead."


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    http://www.torontopolice.on.ca/newsr...pdfs/22598.pdf
    On Tuesday, January 17, 2012, at 12:19 a.m., police responded to a call for a
    break−and−enter at a home in the Runnymede Road/Bloor Street West area.
    It is alleged that:
    − the suspect broke into a home, armed with a knife and hammer
    − two women were home at the time, a 64−year−old woman and her 89−year−old mother
    − the suspect slashed the 64−year−old woman in the arm with the knife
    − the suspect then demanded money from the homeowners
    − the suspect fled the scene with a quantity of money
    During the robbery, the mother became ill and was later taken to hospital.
    The daughter was taken to hospital with non−life−threatening injuries.
    Slavoljub Petrovic, 53, also known as Louie, of no fixed address, is wanted for:
    1) Robbery
    2) Aggravated assault
    3) Weapons Dangerous
    4) Forcible Confinement
    He is considered dangerous.
    Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416−808−7350, Crime Stoppers


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    Quote Originally Posted by sillybilly View Post
    According to LV, the bank statements were missing. This could fit with the financial motive (i.e. numerous transactions including transfer of funds). Am wondering about repayment of loans, specifically student loans.

    To rose .. I am on the west coast and a nighthawk, so downeasters will frequently see me on the board very late at night/early morning, catching up, reading and/or posting in numerous threads.
    Hi there Silly ... please let me clarify -- I meant I see names that I have never seen before once in awhile and usually late -- but you are one of the gang here !!!!


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    Getting back to the relationship between PK and AG and considering the very busy schedule PK must have had at the beginning of the friendship, exactly how close could they have become during a four year period, other than helping with gardening and odd jobs around the home. It is not as though PK lived with AG! Four years is not a long time.

    Apparently, AG, who often went to WP in Ancaster, where PK worked part-time, inquired one day if anyone was interested in being her home handyman. PK accepted the position.

    I am wondering if PK accepted the position on the spot, or did he tell AG he would think about it!!

    And again, how on earth did he ever find the time for this whilst working on his Masters, which imo would be all consuming, along with his courtship with AT, attending church, working part-time at WP, etc.

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    Just a reminder that it is not stated in Audrey's Will that she wanted her remains buried in the pet cemetery where her previous pets are buried. Nothing regarding her remains are in the Will.


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    If no one minds and before Wiki has a 'blackout", I just wanted to post this bit from an episode of the tv show,"Twin Peaks"...

    http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Twin_Peaks

    "James Hurley: It's not really a place its a feeling. Sometimes riding at night, I punch off the headlights and roll the throttle in just rocket blind into the dark.
    [edit] Episode Nineteen [2.12]
    Log Lady: [voiceover] Is a dog man's best friend? I had a dog. The dog was large. It ate my garden, all the plants, and much earth. The dog ate so much earth it died. Its body went back to the earth. I have a memory of this dog. The memory is all that I have left of my dog. He was black — and white.
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    [Dale Cooper and a real-estate agent arrive at a decrepit-looking house that Cooper is interested in buying] Real-estate agent: Well, it's still standing, almost by force of habit. Dale Cooper: A little habit can provide a strong foundation.
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    [Agent Bryson asks admiringly after the departing Audrey Horne.] Dale Cooper: Denise, I would assume you're no longer interested in girls. Denise Bryson: Coop, I may be wearing a dress, but I still pull my panties on one leg at a time if you know what I mean. Dale Cooper: Not really.
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    Colonel Riley: Garland Briggs is the best pilot I've ever known. He was born with hardware most of us only dream of having. He's been walking point on this operation for three years, carrying a full pack. I'll tell you this: his disappearance has implications that go so far beyond national security the cold war seems like a case of the sniffles."


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    Hey dotr, I've often thought of "Twin Peaks" during the search for Audrey's killer. In the series, it was a very small town and in the end we learned that someone close killed Laura Palmer - her father.

    Back to AG's killer, we know that LE and others have said:
    - she KNEW her killer
    - the killing was GRUESOME (which one person denied)
    - there was NO FORCED ENTRY
    - the dogs were quiet for some reason
    - a local 'obvious' person was arrested and released


    I now suspect that the killer KNEW that DLS would be immediately picked up and charged because, as I've said very often, God forbid anyone should be a tad different!

    Did PK know of DLS?
    How many times had DLS crossed paths with PK?
    Did Mrs. PK know of DLS?
    Did AG know of DLS and know that he was safe to have around?
    How well did LV know (or know about) PK?
    Was money a factor in obtaining a good photographer for PK's wedding?
    Did AG pay for the photographer?

    Finally, a question for the person who wrote "PK met AG at WP". I'm sorry, but I don't know what WP is! Kindly explain. Thanks.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodland View Post
    Just a reminder that it is not stated in Audrey's Will that she wanted her remains buried in the pet cemetery where her previous pets are buried. Nothing regarding her remains are in the Will.
    I don't find that too odd. LV knew AG's wishes about where she wanted to be buried. My husband knows where I want to be buried and we don't have that in our Will. Not yet, anyway!

    But what I do find odd/interesting is that 'items were missing' from AG's home. It would be helpful to know what those things are and where the killer located them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by No_Stone_Unturned View Post
    Hey dotr, I've often thought of "Twin Peaks" during the search for Audrey's killer. In the series, it was a very small town and in the end we learned that someone close killed Laura Palmer - her father.

    Back to AG's killer, we know that LE and others have said:
    - she KNEW her killer
    - the killing was GRUESOME (which one person denied)
    - there was NO FORCED ENTRY
    - the dogs were quiet for some reason
    - a local 'obvious' person was arrested and released

    I now suspect that the killer KNEW that DLS would be immediately picked up and charged because, as I've said very often, God forbid anyone should be a tad different!

    Did PK know of DLS?
    How many times had DLS crossed paths with PK?
    Did Mrs. PK know of DLS?
    Did AG know of DLS and know that he was safe to have around?
    How well did LV know (or know about) PK?
    Was money a factor in obtaining a good photographer for PK's wedding?
    Did AG pay for the photographer?

    Finally, a question for the person who wrote "PK met AG at WP". I'm sorry, but I don't know what WP is! Kindly explain. Thanks.........

    Hi NS -- it is Windmill Power Equipment and ......... correction in Dundas, not Ancaster.


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    Thanks roseofsharon. But what on earth would a sixty-something woman be doing there?

    LINK - http://www.phonepages.ca/ON/Dundas/W...mited-b9665282

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    ETA: For others who have poor memories (like me!) here's the info about how AG met PK:

    LINK - http://www.thespec.com/news/local/ar...tory-continues

    Phil had met Audrey four years earlier, in 2006, when he was 18 and in first year at McMaster.

    He used to work at Windmill Power Equipment in Dundas. Audrey frequented the place and let it be known she needed someone to help her around her property. Phil gave it a shot. Back then, before he got married, he lived with his parents in Brantford, just a five-minute drive away from Audrey's.

    At first, he found it tough dropping by because she talked — a lot. The smallest job would take him several hours because she wanted to chat, educate him on all manner of things including the intricacies of the invasive garlic mustard plant.

    But “Aud” grew on him. He came to enjoy her quirks, looked forward to the routine of helping with a small job and chatting.

    The two of them shared a passion for science, although they didn't talk a lot about it.

    Phil entered graduate studies in electrical and biomedical engineering at McMaster, working toward his doctorate. He had received a scholarship and been named valedictorian of his engineering class.

    He had two papers published: one was called “Dynamic binary translation to a reconfigurable target for on-the-fly acceleration,” which involved applications for diagnostic imaging in medicine. He gave a bound copy of the paper to Audrey as a gift. She was delighted with the gesture and invited him over to talk about his work.


    He received regular emails from Audrey, often at odd hours, at least 2,000 over the course of a few years — Maxine comics, educational articles and videos, corny jokes.


    So, the K family does live very close to AG's house!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodland View Post
    Just a reminder that it is not stated in Audrey's Will that she wanted her remains buried in the pet cemetery where her previous pets are buried. Nothing regarding her remains are in the Will.
    Thanks Woodland, the news link does say "wishes" as opposed to including that desire in AG's will. Gee, I would have thought AG would have gotten a little kick if someone managed to do it anyway!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dotr View Post
    Thanks Woodland, the news link does say "wishes" as opposed to including that desire in AG's will. Gee, I would have thought AG would have gotten a little kick if someone managed to do it anyway!
    I wonder if someone did honor her wishes but never made that info public. It was reported that her ashes were scattered at a golf course, but she was friends with the vet who maintained the pet cemetery. It might not have been legal to bury human remains there but I'm thinking that if it's legal to scatter ashes at the golf course, it must be legal to scatter ashes in an animal cemetery.


    http://www.thespec.com/news/local/ar...-audrey-gleave Quote:

    L handled all the arrangements. She could not fulfil Audrey's request to bury her ashes in the pet cemetery beside two of her previous German shepherds — that is illegal in Ontario. Friends said the ashes were sprinkled on the golf course in Brantford instead.


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    2,000 emails from AG to PK over a period of 4 years -- 500 per year -- approx. 42 per month.




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