Duke Southard

Author, Educator, Lecturer

Murder Scenarios

Several months ago, I mentioned on this blog that the first draft of my book about the Stacey Burns murder case will include five (there could be six) different murder scenarios. Each of them has a different perpetrator and I believe that any one of them is plausible. I also mentioned that the police, should they choose to do so, could easily prove that some of them are not plausible and have already been investigated and dismissed.

I know this sounds like the proverbial broken record but it is true. After five years and four months, why can’t the public be told that there are scenarios that are not viable? Could it be that damaging to their case if someone in authority conducted a press conference and announced in plain English that they have positively eliminated certain people from the list of suspects?

By the way, one of my scenarios is one that I know the police have not investigated. I guess they are still playing the famous waiting game, sure that this killer is going to have a spiritual moment which will move him/her to confess.

Don’t hold you breath on that one!



One Response to Murder Scenarios

  • Judie says:

    After following the Stacey Burns murder and Maura Murray Missing case both situations occurred in New Hampshire. Both cases are completely different whereas Stacey’s case is five years plus unsolved and Maura Murray’s case 10 years unsolved. New Hampshire has over 200 unsolved cases on the books. In both cases I see numerous holes in their investigative ideology. I can only surmise that their ego’s are so inflated that an individual/individuals may have information that could lead them in a new direction that could be beneficial. I have followed both cases diligently and everything seems to be stagnant regarding both cases. Good luck!

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