Duke Southard

Author, Educator, Lecturer

On Conspiracies and Coincidences

It is less than twenty four hours since our return to Arizona. I feel a need to explain my last post.

In the space of three hours of interviews in New Hampshire in the last week, I heard two conspiracy theories regarding the death of Stacey Burns, each with its own merits.

Of course, each one had a different perpetrator at the heart of the theory.

Each of these theories is plausible. Eventually, the truth will come to the fore. In the meantime, what do those who truly care about this case do as they wait for something to happen?

There are those who have asked my opinion based on close to four years of interviewing people and research into this topic.

At this point, I believe that more than one person was involved in the murder of Stacey Burns. This involvement could have been before, during, or after her killing. I encourage anyone to dispute this. As I have said before, I have no standing in this case. NO ONE needs to talk to me. However, once again, I offer my information to the investigators, whose thus far have chosen to ignore my offer.

Did Ed Burns or Jim Vittum or another unnamed party stab Stacey Burns to death in her bed on the early morning of May 10, 2009?

There are people who know the answer. Where are these courageous people with the information that may finally give Stacey some peace?

For now . . .   Duke

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