^ Yeah, this case has been on my mind ever since it broke nationally in January/February. This is the case that made me join WS, so I know how you feel (i.e. how mind-consuming it is). I like your post and I'm not trying to prove you wrong, so to speak, but I figured I'd touch on a few things that I believe. I think it's important to note that when this case first broke, I was absolutely convinced there was foul play for about the first 5 months since I heard about it. To me, now, she never looks like she's scared for her life in the entire video. Everything about it, to me, is playful -- from when she gets on, to when she jumps ("a-hah!"), to when she moves outside the elevator, to when she re-enters with her hands on her head (if you notice, she is actually smiling when she does this). She lingers outside the elevator for a prolonged period, on 2 separate occasions (if you felt threatened, would you really linger there?). Even at the end, she simply and slowly saunters away down the hall -- there is zero desperation or fright. If she was afraid, you'd would think she would've at least walked fast, if not lightly jogged or even ran, down the hall. She simply saunters away, almost drunkenly, but who knows if she was drinking (I don't think so; I think this was a manic episode -- but I'd believe she was drunk before believing she was drugged). If I remember correctly, there was no alcohol or drugs in her system, other than the prescription meds she was taking (for Bi-Polar/Depression). I do agree with your "a-hah" point though, and how you allude that people do strange things when they think they're alone -- I touched on this myself near the top of this page; it's nice that someone knows what I mean.