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  1. #16
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    I got very inspired by investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist and the strange female hacker Lisbeth Salander of Stieg Larsson's mystery fiction trilogy "Millennium" a few years back.

    I'm new to WS and the LEK case, and hope I can contribute somehow. I will also try to look into the Jennifer W case and the Eldorado Doe case.

    When map search was up for the MH370 case I spent some hours searching maps of the proposed location. That's a mysterious case that I still follow with much interest.

  2. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelaE8654 View Post
    I wasn't here on Websleuths during the Casey Anthony trial, but I'm BIG on that whole thing. I'm a member of several Facebook pages that discuss it. Have any of you seen THIS recent photo?

    Just seeing this pic infuriates me to no end. What right does SHE have to sit at the beach leisurely reading when she murdered her little precious daughter???? I will never be able to forget this *itch, and will always remember precious Caylee.
    Thoughts and prayers for the people of Paris and all of France!

  3. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColdName View Post
    I got very inspired by investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist and the strange female hacker Lisbeth Salander of Stieg Larsson's mystery fiction trilogy "Millennium" a few years back.

    I'm new to WS and the LEK case, and hope I can contribute somehow. I will also try to look into the Jennifer W case and the Eldorado Doe case.

    When map search was up for the MH370 case I spent some hours searching maps of the proposed location. That's a mysterious case that I still follow with much interest.

    I'm a Stieg Larsson fan. Loved the movie trilogy!

    Have you seen the Bron/Broen tv series... I loved seasons 1 and 2, but season 3 was just ok.

    Actually, I'm a big fan of almost all Scandi spy/mystery/thriller tv/movies

    Welcome to Websleuths

  4. #19
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    Off topic? My DNA came back....

    26% Native American
    20% Europe West
    17% Scandinavia
    11% Ireland
    9% Great Britain
    8% Finland/Northwest Russia
    5% Asia East
    3% Asia Central
    1% Caucasus
    ~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~
    HerStory SN
    Unhinged Busybody Extraordinaire

  5. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by HerStory View Post
    Off topic? My DNA came back....

    26% Native American
    20% Europe West
    17% Scandinavia
    11% Ireland
    9% Great Britain
    8% Finland/Northwest Russia
    5% Asia East
    3% Asia Central
    1% Caucasus
    Very cool! Suspect mine would be 100% Britain and Ireland but would love to do this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HerStory View Post
    Off topic? My DNA came back....

    26% Native American
    20% Europe West
    17% Scandinavia
    11% Ireland
    9% Great Britain
    8% Finland/Northwest Russia
    5% Asia East
    3% Asia Central
    1% Caucasus
    Fascinating! Did you expect to be way over half European?

    I reckon most of me will be English and I had one half-Irish grandad. But several family members (including me) are quite olive skinned so I do wonder if there's a bit of Med in there somewhere.

    Did your results show anything else? Can you submit them to be matched with any other DNA (genealogically, not criminally!)?

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    Lots of Texans here.... Stay safe with all these shootings!!!
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    HerStory SN
    Unhinged Busybody Extraordinaire

  8. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by HerStory View Post
    Off topic? My DNA came back....

    26% Native American
    20% Europe West
    17% Scandinavia
    11% Ireland
    9% Great Britain
    8% Finland/Northwest Russia
    5% Asia East
    3% Asia Central
    1% Caucasus
    Wow, that's many nationalities you have by DNA results. I never knew about that. My parents tell me by verbally that I have 4 nationalities (Mom-3, Dad-1). I'd tell people by 2 nationalities based on highest percentages, not small ones. I may get more than 4 if I tried DNA testing who knows. Mouth swapping? Blood test?

    I would guess strong Irish and part of Europe appearance for you based on your Red hair and unique orange glasses frame. I don't see that in USA anywhere. Even though, I'm 3rd generation USA as citizen and my genealogy goes way back to Quebec and PEI via France, Ireland and United Kingdom. I've met family (little girl that have strong red hair) that comes from Labrador in PEI as family vacation when I was youth and knows one woman that born in Newfoundland and still have families around there when she moved to CT due to marriage American man.

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