Post by Helen Dagner on Jan 22, 2012 21:19:52 GMT -5
Helen,I know you said before that Busch's door was open to the garage, but seeing the picture of it, really drives that point home. It wasn't just "left open", that screen door was open using the slider lock on the mechanism to keep it open. That was an intentional thing. Why would someone do that and then go to bed? I suppose if he was that drunk he could have forgotten it. Usually that would be done only temporarily for like carrying in groceries or something...or left open for someone to make a fast escape to be able to get out of the house, hit the overhead door to close, while you quickly got out underneath of it. With 4 times the legal limit of alcohol in him, that kitchen is way too clean, surely too clean to need the maid to finally return.
Post by Helen Dagner on Jan 22, 2012 23:36:12 GMT -5
Helen, where are these bloody ligatures that they kept talking about in the news? Are those pictures coming yet? Scott-Note-Well the photos are at the top of this thread-that some people think are the bloody ligatures-However -they are just his boat ropes-
Post by Helen Dagner on Jan 23, 2012 23:20:00 GMT -5
Just wondering. Has there been any conjecture as to why Chris Busch would have a book, "1979 VW Rabbit Diesel" on his desk as shown in one of the suicide photos?
His father was a top executive at GM and could have certainly given his son any GM car he wanted. The suicide was in November of 1978 so VW Rabbit Diesel wa a new car model. It just seems kind of odd the way it is laid out on the desk; like it was obvious for at the crime scene to see.
Post by Helen Dagner on Feb 9, 2012 14:14:22 GMT -5
Yes,to all that emailed-We will be running a story on why Chris Busch is not the Oakland County Child Killer-and yes we will be telling you about the Not Bloody Ropes that were found in his bed room--and No the ones you saw on the show-were not the real ropes--and the red on them-was not real blood--The ropes from Chris Busch-had NO blood on them-