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    UK - Julia James, 53, murdered, Snowdown, Kent, 27 April 2021 *ARREST*

    Dumb question which may already have been picked up on here - was it dry weather on the day Julia was murdered? I still recall the Helen Bailey/Ian Stewart case where rain played a factor in the evidence. Just, if it wasn't good weather, or raining - was the 'neighbour' (SS) actually out...
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    GUILTY UK - Diane Stewart, 47, found dead, Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, 25 June 2010 *arrest in 2020*

    Aristotle Onnassis had that and died of respiratory failure as a complication of the illness.
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    GUILTY UK - Diane Stewart, 47, found dead, Bassingbourn, Cambridgeshire, 25 June 2010 *arrest in 2020*

    Well hello again! I have no idea what made me wonder what the little toad was doing these days whilst residing at HMP, and blow me - he's going to be in the dock charged over Diane. Hooray - we all thought it was fishy four years ago whilst his trial over Helen's murder was going on. Some...
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    'Terrible things can happen to amazing people' - how true and how sad. x
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    Probably a dumb suggestion. If he was christened/baptised there should be parish records and a lot of old ones are now on line. I still think it's likely to be a pay thing plus a huge stab in the dark/dig through a haystack as to where the event would have taken place. Has anyone checked out...
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    I just popped in for a quick look and now have the giggles :juggling:
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    Anyone here read the book 'The Help' - or seen the film? We could always ask Minny to bake a 'special' chocolate pie for him on his birthday, just as she did for Hilly? :happydance:
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    Sorry, that was another factor I forgot to mention - thanks for highlighting it, senior moment here. x
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    And, watch on right wrist - although not the original photo I noticed it on. I think maybe I need to step away from here, as our darling Dolly seems to have done, it's almost eating me up trying to find reasons and explanations for everything. It's just so unbearably heartbreaking. x
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    Found one of Helen and JS - God love them. xx
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    Minuscule detail really but I suddenly realised that Helen wore her watch on her right wrist - and then found a photo of her at a book signing. Not a good enough photo to add here (that's what I was hunting for, a lovely happy photo of 'our girl' to brighten things up) - but unless the photo has...
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    Aw, how cute - bless her little heart! I think Helen would have a real chuckle at that! x
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    I think it is the Royston house, for two reasons. In the background there's a cane settee, with the same pattern on as the furniture shown on the (sadly faded out but still discernible) sales blurb for the Royston house. Also, on the sales blurb you can see a few wilted plants and there appears...
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    I've been wondering that as well. After his arrest for Helen's murder possibly? Perhaps they make you shave before taking it? Digital face recognition technology and all that jazz.
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    Bobby Fuller - 'I fought the law, and the law won'. :jail:
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    I think we commented at the time that it was interesting how he sort of glossed over Diane's death - having laid it on about the epilepsy earlier. Mind you, he was on a roll at the time listing all his own ailments!
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    Diane's sister stated it was 'unexpected Epileptic fit' - deemed by the coroner at the full inquest on 13th September 2010, approximately 10 weeks after Diane's death. I guess the coroner at the initial inquest would have just 'opened and closed' it to give the go ahead for Diane's funeral and...
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    GUILTY UK - Helen Bailey, 51, Royston, 11 April 2016 #11

    Yup, that would figure and certainly not cheap either, which would put a dent in the money from selling the Gateshead flat.
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