The Monsters Aren’t The Ones Beneath The Bed
- Mar 4, 2018
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The issues I have are twofold:The 911 caller couldn’t have known the victims were actually dead for sure without getting up close and possibly taking their pulse. Wishful thinking might be the reason for saying “Unconscious.” And if the caller did say the person was dead, some of us would be asking suspiciously “How did they know?” “They must have been the murderer if they know they’re dead.”
I think it sounds sensible if they know who made the call. It makes sense to me that LE would want to protect that person from scrutiny. Already I’ve seen it said here that the caller is the murderer!
That the caller apparently didn't use their own phone.
That the caller apparently didn't mention the blood, which they just have to have seen.
But yes, it's entirely possible that there's an innocent explanation for this, and it doesn't make me feel like this person is a solid suspect or anything. It just gives me pause at this point.