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Michael For Joe
Re: Dark Corners
Thu Jul 27, 2017 18:06
2001:558:6027:18:1142:16ca:d8d4:78b5


"Conclusive" is a strong word. How about what "common sense" suggests? What I think you are doing is ignoring what I wrote on page 1. Consider that people noticed cars and for what reasons they did. What I've done is list everything to consider. Once that happens a clearer picture emerges. Whether or not you want to see it is up to you.

Clearly it seems you want to believe they all saw unrelated cars. That's fine, but it cannot be explained why the Moore family did not see Lindbergh driving by at 8PM heading home, or why Anne went downstairs listening for Lindbergh to return at 7:30PM. It cannot explain why Whited saw Lindbergh returning home sometime after 7PM either. Because no one knew the facts that I finally presented, it was assumed Anne heard the Kidnappers arriving - not leaving. Now it shows it was the opposite situation doesn't it?

Parker took a look at all of the eyewitness accounts then did some old fashioned investigating. Determining the amount of time it took to drive from one place to another is routine and has nothing to do with being on "the outside looking in" does it? No. The NJSP didn't do it but Parker did.


  • Re: Dark CornersJoe for Michael, Thu Jul 27 08:01
    What's in your book is anything but conclusive as it relates to this account. Both Moore (at about 8:25 pm) and the Conover's (6:30 - 6:45 pm) saw a non-descript car in the dark, presumably both... more
    • Re: Dark Corners — Michael For Joe, Thu Jul 27 18:06
      • dialogueRichard E Sloan, Wed Aug 2 00:16
        Please keep this dialogue going, Joe and Michael. It is thought provoking. You both have interesting views and suspicions. Thanx for starting this. I sue hope you will want to continue it and remain... more
      • Re: Dark CornersJoe for Michael, Sun Jul 30 10:40
        I'm not ignoring anything that you've written in your book, that I've tried to understand and process. And that in itself can be anything but straightforward, given the nature of your style of... more
        • Re: Dark CornersMichael For Joe, Mon Jul 31 20:09
          My style of presentation is to list the facts then let the Reader decide what those facts represent. As far as spelling mistakes or "then/than" types of mistakes - I don't see how something like that ... more
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