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Old 11-20-2011, 01:43 AM
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They just want to dig her up to molest whats left of her... sick fucking bastards.

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who the fuck goes swimming in a nightgowm, socks, and down jacket??
Well, she had been drinking though, right? *shrugs*

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I remember it. I also tended to think her husband killed her and I was surprised at the time it was classed as accidental death. It always sounded suspicious to me.

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Old 11-24-2011, 08:56 AM
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he's just trying to make a buck out of it.

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I remember it. I also tended to think her husband killed her and I was surprised at the time it was classed as accidental death. It always sounded suspicious to me.
Read the whole story, first.

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who the fuck goes swimming in a nightgowm, socks, and down jacket??
Not me. I like to swim naked.

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Being a fan of Chris Walken, I hope he had more sense than to go on a boat ride with the woman he was supposedly having an affair with and her husband. Tacky!

Sometimes people have changes of heart. Perhaps the captain or the woman who heard screams are dying and want to clear their consciences. Very sad. Miss Wood was beautiful :( I think her family and children should know the truth. I watch alot of crime shows and I love when they get someone years after they think they got away with it.

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Old 11-26-2011, 02:57 AM
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This isn't news to me.

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What type of wood doesn't float?...............answers on a post card please.
Iron wood

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30 years later, that's a long time.

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