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  1. Earthnut

    Who Is The Killer?

    Oops, sorry, forgot to post it.
  2. Earthnut

    Who Is The Killer?

    Well, at least you got it half right, look at it that way. One more, then I have to start searching again ~ The Murder of Angela Lehane Patrick and Angela Lehane had been married for several years when Patrick had to go away for three months for work. When he returned home, Patrick decided he wanted to surprise Angela, so he walked into their home, announced his arrival, looked around the house, and found his wife in the bedroom. Hoping to catch the surprised look on her face, he snapped the picture above. Angela acted happy to see him and wrapped her arms around him. She suggested that they go out for dinner, so she got dressed and they went to a nice restaurant before returning home for a lovely evening. At the time, everything seemed perfect to Patrick and he was happy to be home. But the next morning, Patrick got up, and looked at the picture of his smiling wife from the night before. He picked up his gun, and he shot his wife to death. The police charged Dennis with first degree murder. The prosecutor demanded for the death penalty for the motiveless and cold blooded murder. Patrick claimed there was a motive and he didn’t plan the murder. He simply snapped. Therefore, he should only be guilty of second degree murder and get life in prison. He gave this picture as evidence. Can you figure out why Patrick is guilty of second degree murder and not first degree?
  3. Earthnut

    Snow Files of the Week

    Yes, thank you again Alex. You have no idea how much I appreciate your post every week. While I was listening to the track, I was multitasking, and was so relaxed that I didn't even notice the music ended. Wow, that just doesn't happen to me. Mark is a genius.
  4. Earthnut

    Who Is The Killer?

    This one really is a tricky one and makes sense, and the perfect thing to write on the note. Next meal ~ The Motor Home Car Crash Police arrived at a horrible accident on the highway. A motor home and truck collided head-on when the motor home unexpectedly crossed the center line. The driver of the truck and two passengers in the motor home, Leonard Elmore and Ellroy James, were all killed. There was only one survivor, Chandler Raymond. The police interviewed Raymond, and he said that Elmore was driving and he and James were in the back playing cards and drinking beer. Raymond said that when James got up from his chair to get another beer, they hit the truck, sending James flying backwards, and he struck the back of his head on the handle of the backdoor. Raymond said that he wasn’t killed because he was sitting down during the accident. The medical examiner also concluded that James had died because he hit the back of his head on the door. After reading the ME’s report and reviewing Raymond’s statement, the detective arrested Raymond for murder. Why?
  5. Earthnut

    Who Is The Killer?

    Yeah, it's a tough one but it also makes sense. The 2nd half of these are harder then the 1st half. Here's another one I couldn't answer, but as usual, it made perfect sense. Good luck. ~ ~ ~ The Trial of Colin Dexter After Colin Dexter was arrested for a third time, he landed himself in front of Judge Lindsay Jeffrey. In his previous two court appearances, Dexter swore that he was going to stay out of trouble, and Judge Jeffrey believed him, so she gave him two very lenient punishments. Seeing him for a third time in her court made Judge Jeffrey feel like a fool, and she wanted to teach Dexter a lesson. She said, “In three days’ time, I want a note written from you. If you are honest in the note, you’ll just be given 10-years in prison. However, if you lie, I will sentence you to death and you will be hanged that very day.” Judge Jeffrey was quite proud of herself, because she thought it would teach Dexter a lesson. Why would he risk his life by lying? He would be forced to tell the truth AND he would be served with a stiff punishment. She thought it was a win-win situation. Three days later, a rather smug Dexter gave the note to Judge Jeffrey. Judge Jeffrey read the note and the blood drained from her face. She quietly said, “Please release Mr. Dexter.” Dexter was un-cuffed and he walked out of the court room a free man. What did Dexter’s letter say?
  6. Earthnut

    Snow Files of the Week

    Glad to say I am a proud owner of this album. Some of the music at the beginning reminded me of the favorite track of mine, "All His Children" from the episode "Force Majeure." Thanks Alex. Always appreciate your posts every week.
  7. Earthnut

    Who Is The Killer?

    Sorry, that's not the answer they give. Here ya go ~ New one that also stumped me, but an excellent answer ~ The Death of Samantha Hammett It was the middle of a bright and sunny day, and Samantha Hammett was killed by her husband, Dashiell. He killed her in public, and there were plenty of witnesses who watched the killing. But no one tried to stop it. Nor did anyone accuse Dashiell of murder, because in the eyes of the law, he wasn’t a murderer. Therefore, he was never arrested or charged with her death. In fact, after killing his wife, Dashiell went home. How is this possible?
  8. Earthnut

    Who Is The Killer?

    NEXT and...betting this one stumps you too. I couldn't figure it out. No cheating. The Murder of Christine Agatha A detective was called to a rather unusual crime scene. Christine Agatha is dead, definitely the victim of murder. The weapon used to end her life was a big pair of scissors. However, Mrs. Agatha had not been cut or stabbed. In fact, there was no trace of any blood anywhere in the room, nor was the room in disarray. How was Christine Agatha killed with a big pair of sharp and pointy scissors?
  9. Earthnut

    The Handmaid's Tale

    Did you see the most recent episode with the spanking? Oh my, what humiliation.
  10. Earthnut

    Who Is The Killer?

    To the best of my knowledge hotel doors lock when you close them now. So are you stumped? It's a good one.
  11. Oh yes, the wolves in human skin, the worst kind. To me they are a psychopaths. They barely have emotions, and usually never feel any guilt, self-doubt, or remorse. They do experience negative feelings like anger, jealousy, etc.
  12. Earthnut

    Who Is The Killer?

    New one that I'm betting you will figure out without cheating...LOL The Traveling Salesman Joe Nesbo, a travelling salesman, was staying at a hotel for business. He was having a dinner meeting that night, so he decided to take a nap in the middle of the afternoon. He was awakened by a knock at the door, and then a man walked in. “Oh my, I’m terribly sorry, this isn’t my room. Please, pardon the intrusion.” The man calmly backed out and left. Nesbo got up and locked the door – something he forgot to do before his nap – and lay back down on the bed. But then he shot up in bed and called the lobby to tell them there was a burglar on the prowl. What made Nesbo think that?
  13. Earthnut

    The Handmaid's Tale

    Am I correct in assuming that the "LOL" indicates you really do get it? I didn't know we were messed up regulars. Found this and couldn't resist posting it here.
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