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  2. Snow Files of the Week

    Snow Files of the Week: "The Surgeon/Alpine Page/Dude Looks Like A Lady" from "MillenniuM", episode "Lamentation" (1996). This episode, written by Chris Carter, marks a milestone within MillenniuM's story arc. We don't only see the death of one of the main side characters, but also the first appearance of the demonic Lucy Butler, played by Sarah Jane Redmond, who would haunt Frank Black through every season of the show. And on top of that, the so-called "Gehenna Demon" makes a stunning appearance. It was also a standout episode musically. Mark wrote a signature motif for the psychotic Dr. Fabricant, which then turned out the be more Lucy Butlers musical mark ("The Surgeon"). And Mark also incorporated some classical music into his score. "Alpine Page" includes a melody from Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture", which also appeared in the X-Files episode "Post-Modern Prometheus". The tracks were released on the second volume of MillenniuM music from La-La Land Records. The set is limited to 2.000 copies. Enjoy!
  3. Who Is The Killer?

    You do realize that no one else can play these quizzes since we're posting the answers? Oh well, we're having fun. Maybe these last 2 will stump you, and no cheating by searching for it online. 5 ~ Pills A serial killer kidnapped his victims, held them hostage and offered them a possibility to stay alive. They had to choose from two pills. One was poison, other was harmless. Whichever pill the victim took, the serial killer would take the other one. The victim took their pill with water and died. The killer obviously survived. How did the killer always end up with the harmless pill? 6 ~ Frozen Windows On a cold winter night, a man named Jack was found dead in his house. He was found by his friend John. He said that he was passing by Jack’s house and wanted to visit him. He knocked and rang the bell for a really long time, but there was no answer. Then he decided to remove the ice from the windows to look inside. He did that by breathing on the iced window glass. That is how he was able to see Jack’s body and to call the police. The next day, police arrested John as their prime suspect. Why?
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  5. Who Is The Killer?

    The newsman. He didn't deliver wednesday and thursday!
  6. Who Is The Killer?

    Hopefully, this one will be a tad harder to solve. Seesthru, you're good at these. 4 ~ A Lonely Old Man A lonely old man lived in a lonely old house in the suburbs of a city. He never left his house for long. It was a midsummer, a Friday when the mailman walked by the house and called the lonely old man. There was no answer. When he looked into the window, he saw that old man lying in a pool of blood. When the policemen arrived, they found a newspaper from Tuesday, 2 bottles of warm milk and one cold bottle. The next day, the killer was arrested. Who was the killer, and how did the police figure this one out?
  7. High Plains Drifter, Joseph McBrayer

    Appreciate the update. He's been through so much and I'm so happy he's home!
  8. Who Is The Killer?

    If it were an intruder the broken glass would be on the inside.
  9. Who Is The Killer?

    It is a weird one and I hesitated to post it, but hey, we're sharing the weird experience. You shouldn't have a problem figuring out this one. Okay, here ya go ~ 3 ~ A Stolen Necklace Mrs. Smith called the police and claimed that her expensive vintage necklace was stolen. When police arrived at her house they saw no signs of a break-in, except one broken window. There was a mess inside the house with dirty footprints all around the room and some broken glass on the outside. Mrs. Smith was arrested the very next day for fraud. Why?
  10. High Plains Drifter, Joseph McBrayer

    That's fantastic news, so pleased for Joe and his family. The man is a true inspiration.
  11. Who Is The Killer?

    I googled it and one solution was to dig and pile dirt up to the window. But in a 2x2 room, you'd just be digging a hole with no room to pile dirt.
  12. Who Is The Killer?

    I thought of that too, but they gave a different solution. I think ours makes more sense.
  13. Who Is The Killer?

    a 2x2 cell? he could climb out, hands and feet on the sides and climb out.
  14. update one hour ago from Joe's wife . ' He is home!!!! After 8.5 hrs of surgery, 3 days of mostly drugged up conversations, visits from wonderful friends, great nurses and doctors, we're glad this part of this journey is over. He had one small set back when the doctors found a blood clot on his upper arm where the pic line was. They put him on blood thinners for the next three months and took out the pic line. In another month when chemo starts again the doctors will have to put another port in. For now he is resting after a much needed full body shower. Thank you again for all your thoughts, prayers, good vibes, help chauffering Gabe for me, visiting him in the hospital and most of all, your friendship. It means a lot to us ' this is wonderful news !
  15. Who Is The Killer?

    2 ~ Jailbreak Jack was placed in a cell 2×2 with one window at the top of the wall. The window was big enough for him to go through it but it was too high for anyone to reach it. The cell was empty. It had nothing in it, except a shovel. He had only two days to break out. How did Jack escape?
  16. Who Is The Killer?

    Math teacher.
  17. Snow Files of the Week

    After I checked my connections I noticed my speakers were the problem. All is well now. Sorry. Thanks again for posting another awesome track from Mark.
  18. Who Is The Killer?

    I wasn't impressed with it eather. Doesn't make sense to me since some of the questions didn't give us an opportunity to say "none of the above," or fill in our own answer if we can't answer it correctly. Oh well. The thing to remember is, we are not serial killers, so there are no right answers. Here ya go. This should keep you busy for awhile. ~ ~ ~ 1 ~ Murder at School On the first day of the school year, there was a murder in a school. A geography teacher was killed and police had only 4 suspects. The gardener, school principal, math teacher, and the coach. They had their alibis: The gardener was watering flowers; The math teacher was holding a mid-year test; The coach was playing basketball; The Principal was in his office. The murderer was arrested immediately. How did police determine who the killer was?
  19. Security update information and general tips

    Excellent ! !
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  21. far as I know , he is still in the hospital. I will post updates as I see them on FB .
  22. Security update information and general tips

    Thanks for the support, Darlene! I don't think it was an intentional attack, probably someone trying their luck at random or an automated bot thing. According to the logs, we get a lot of bots all the time relentlessly probing our Wordpress log-in page, it would be a concern if we had one but we don't use Wordpress! Same with our server, attempted hacks 24/7, after a couple of attempts they get automatically blocked by the firewalls.
  23. Who Is The Killer?

    I wouldn't target the elderly. You're Dr. Harold Shipman. You are a considered killer who always thinks about what you do before you do it and purposefully targets the elderly.
  24. Snow Files of the Week

    It's working for me. Such sad music beautiful, but so melancholy, like I feel.
  25. Snow Files of the Week

    That's strange. Just checked it again on my computer and my phone and it works on both.
  26. Snow Files of the Week

    The video would play, but I couldn't hear it. Checked my computer volume and it was up high enough. The video showed max volume level, but no sound. I tried to reload the page and that didn't help either. Sorry.
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