There were, however, some nagging questions. The first was how on earth Lam got onto the roof. Access to the roof was barricaded throughout (although there was a fire escape) and the entire rooftop area was protected by an alarm. The water tanks themselves were so difficult to access that workers had to cut the tank open to remove her body. The lids of the water tanks are so heavy, furthermore, that it is likely impossible one person could have moved them. How, then, did Lam get into the tank and then replace the lid behind her?
And then theres the mystery person who updated her blog six months after her death.
I'm interested in why people don't work on facts that we can actually find out answers for, like why the elevators malfunctioned or what type of cistern system the hotel uses (anyone have blueprints?). The weight of the lids should be a fact that can be found by interviewing the right people. I mean, given the age of the tanks, there has to be a limited set of manufacturers and models.
Same with the elevators.
Maybe that's a lot of work, but wouldn't it be worth looking into?
I know I've seen diagrams here, but I haven't seen any definite answers.
Even presuming she was having a psychotic episode, which I don't necessarily agree with, how does she then figure out how to turn off the water tank alarm, climb up there, open it up, get naked, climb in, and then close it and lock it behind her? To me, this is not that different from Rebecca Zahau. How do we know someone didn't slip Elisa some drug or something?