Haha, right. Shouldn't ;). :)
Skinny jeans.....so probably not someone over 40.
If I knew my mom's car was in the shop and she wasn't answering her phone, I would also assume she was off talking to a neighbor. I don't think...
Why oh why did he make this decision? Did he think they'd get in trouble for surrendering a live baby?
I don't think I've ever seen the death penalty for the death of a baby (at least not one that didn't include a sexual assault). Doesn't happen. :(
Ooohhh, I hadn't thought of that. "Yeah, I use the fireplace all the time. It's December...."
Maybe he feels the mother is a danger to the baby? Or there's a custody fight?
Or it didn't happen this way.
How sad for Christine :(. I know her pain. TBH, there was a time in my life (when I was also separated from my exH) that I contemplated leaving...
I'm making the assumption that even though the body was removed, whoever set the fire is afraid of what else LE will find if they go back.
Too late to edit my own post, but I meant to say it sounds like the home has been in the W family for a long time.
Sounds to me like this has been in the W home for a long time and RP was a renter who bought the freezer and just left it behind when he moved out.
The whole road is undeveloped except that house, so that makes sense.
Can you tell when the current owner took ownership?
Actually, he said he lived in it for about ten years, and sold it "years ago." So, was it to the current owner or did he inhabit it long ago?...
Good point, Gigi! These two rambunctious boys probably would rather do that than drawing with chalk, confined to just the patio. It would be...
‘I’m not a murderer’: Former owner of Norway home cleared by police after body found in freezer
This is not the name we've seen associated with...
Motive is a fine word. The word "motive" is not the same as "an acceptable rationalization of why this happened."
What are all of those things in the side/back yard toward the woods? Are they beehives?
I wonder what was going on in this abandoned house...