In my imagination, I often picture writing letters to those I have lost- my grandmother Ledoux, my Uncle Bill, my son, Gary, etc. etc. etc.)
I’m sure there are those out there who would like to write a letter to Stacey Burns. Since October, 2010, I’ve worked on developing an accurate narrative of her story up until the time she was murdered. As mentioned before in this blog, this narrative is missing key elements but that is not the purpose of this post. In a letter to Stacey, I would have so many questions, which I may or may not elucidate in future posts. For now, the major element of the letter would be simply this.
I am so sorry for the horrible death you suffered at the hands of a psychopath. My hope is that you are resting in peace and may those you left behind have the courage to see that you can rest in peace by actively seeking, finding, and punishing the one or more persons responsible for your reprehensible death. I think I’ve discovered in my research and interviews the special person you were to so many. I can only hope that those you touched can have the fortitude to make sure that you truly rest in peace, knowing they have done their best in your memory.
Thank you for all the hard work you have put into finding this horrible excuse for a human being.
My dearest friend miss you every day. You were the light at the end of many long days for me. I miss your whites and my blackies :-). I know without a shadow of a doubt you are in our Fathers hands and he loves all of you and has healed all your hurts. No pain no suffering just as we always talked about, finally with your dad who you loved so much, your cousin, and most recently your mother. They are the lucky ones to be with you again. I am sure as you watch you could not be prouder of all your beautiful children have become and the wonderful work your family has done raising them.
Love your bible thumping friend!!! HAAAAA HAAA we laughed so much at that
Dead people take no mail. Neither do elected officials. Remember now what was said by her closest friends and family. “she was a creep magnet” and “she had bad taste in men” and my fav, “she couldn’t say no”. If the dead did take mail, I wouldn’t be so nice.
This is addressed to Jim – are you out of your mind?
What was your relationship with Stacey?
Were you the creep? The bad taste? Or was it she simply could not say no to you?
What was Jamie’s relationship with Stacey?
What is causing all your negative remarks to other peoples post?