Hey, all. I usually don't like "therapy" threads, but I thought it might be good for us to say whether or not we'd like to be wrong about our respective theories and why. That caught my eye, HOTYH. I'm legitimately interested. Why do you say that? For the record, I hope I'm wrong, too. I'm DESPERATE to be wrong. The idea that JB was killed by a parent is a LOT scarier than any intruder I can think of, regardless of motivation. And there are a few reasons for that: 1) The idea that a child is not safe with the people he/she is SUPPOSED to be safe with is much more disturbing than a straight good & evil story about some boogeyman. 2) More importantly, if my theory is correct, than it's a case of "there, but for the grace of God, go I." Which is what I suspect scares most people. Everyone's welcome. Let's give it a go.