As promised in the last blog, here is another fact which was mentioned by more than one person within such a close time proximity that the chances of compared notes were slim.
The fact: (I was so certain that this was true that it is included in Chapter Three) The killer wore a protective suit. It was called a “hazmat” suit but after listening to descriptions, I was more inclined to describe it as a sort of Tyvek protective suit such as is worn by workers in many professions to keep paint, chemicals, corrosive materials, etc. from being splashed on their clothes or their skin. In crime movies and books, it is more often called a spatter suit, one used for protection against blood spatters.
Is this a fact? I surely don’t know because it has not been confirmed by anyone in authority, just as not much of anything has been confirmed by anyone in authority. Where did this fact (or fiction) originate? Who knows? I just am trying to get a response as to the reality of these claims.
Next blog- another “fact” will be revealed . . .
You have whetted my appetite for reading this book several times over! Hey, it’s already a best seller! Just write the book before Stephen King beats you to it! Third person, omniscient, should work with you the truth-seeking author as the story teller. HMMMM. Harrison Ford playing you. Sounds good.I am sorry for my making light of a tragic, hurtful situation that “will haunt” those kids forever. But the reality is someone will, if not already, write a book about the situation. Why don’t you do it with compassion and “truth” as you know it? Write now!