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Old 09-03-2008, 07:38 PM   #61
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"Susan, you're being bad again."
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Something that I found quite funny was actually part of an update. Two people were watching UM with their new neighbor and it turned out that HE was featured on the program. They interviewed the people later and the lady was talking about how she said to the man, "Wow, that guy looks an awful lot like you!" and stuff like that. Then he went into the kitchen or something and was pacing around, and they stayed there with him! I'm sorry, but I would have been running out of the house screaming at that point. I can't remember who it was though ...
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That's actually happened more than once. Once, the guy said, "Everyone has a twin." The second time I know of, the guy wanted to change the channel, but the friends wouldn't let him.... LOL.
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The second time I know of, the guy wanted to change the channel, but the friends wouldn't let him.... LOL.
Yeah, that's the one! Thank you! I wish I could remember who it was, though. I was thinking it might have been the guy who murdered Ethel Kidd.

But seriously, who just sits there knowing there's a murderer in the room with them? I would have wet my pants!
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I'll use the one I put in another thread...

The detective in the Joe Owens case talking about how Owens would go on and on about his compost box...

"He'd talk about how nice his compost box was, how he was in love with his compost box."

The detective had a latin accent and it sounded funny how he said "in love."
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Something that I found quite funny was actually part of an update. Two people were watching UM with their new neighbor and it turned out that HE was featured on the program. They interviewed the people later and the lady was talking about how she said to the man, "Wow, that guy looks an awful lot like you!" and stuff like that. Then he went into the kitchen or something and was pacing around, and they stayed there with him! I'm sorry, but I would have been running out of the house screaming at that point. I can't remember who it was though ...
Yeah......me personally, I do not judge. But when the person doesn't laugh off the comment and instead becomes a hermit in the kitchen, many light bulbs would be going on in my head.

I guess what my grandfather says is true. Some people aren't born with the common sense that God gave the common dog.
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JD method. Even the guy they get to portray him looks sleazy. I love when he says "I'll pay you right back".
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Yeah......me personally, I do not judge. But when the person doesn't laugh off the comment and instead becomes a hermit in the kitchen, many light bulbs would be going on in my head.

I guess what my grandfather says is true. Some people aren't born with the common sense that God gave the common dog.

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This recurring voice-over from Robert Stack always makes me snicker because technology has evolved so much since back in the days. This was after (I imagine) they discountinued the 1-800 number.

"If you have any information about this case, please WRITE to Unsolved Mysteries at PO BOX NUMBER ..."

Write to?

Hmm, then expect swift and effective action from the authorities to track down the perp when we get your precious tip (expect delivery of letter to take up to 10 to 15 business days).

I've probably posted this in a separate thread but it will be interesting to see how they tie-in the new technologies with the format.
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This recurring voice-over from Robert Stack always makes me snicker because technology has evolved so much since back in the days. This was after (I imagine) they discountinued the 1-800 number.

"If you have any information about this case, please WRITE to Unsolved Mysteries at PO BOX NUMBER ..."

Write to?

Hmm, then expect swift and effective action from the authorities to track down the perp when we get your precious tip (expect delivery of letter to take up to 10 to 15 business days).

I've probably posted this in a separate thread but it will be interesting to see how they tie-in the new technologies with the format.

Another example is the story of the countess of cleveland./ her friend says "...and it's not every day where you see somebody, no matter where they are, carrying a telephone."

Now, almost everybody I know has a cell phone (including some clowns who I wish really didn't have them)
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Another example is the story of the countess of cleveland./ her friend says "...and it's not every day where you see somebody, no matter where they are, carrying a telephone."

Now, almost everybody I know has a cell phone (including some clowns who I wish really didn't have them)
That's so true. That part really made me laugh. I can imagine that in the next batch of segments, we might have a few photos of the perps snapped using a cell phone. Wow, that lady would have flipped if she could ever imagine how everyone has access to technology like that ....
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Speaking of the MegaDeath guy, I always found it bizarre that this guy, who might have just committed a murder, is telling the woman at the counter that she shouldn't smoke.
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Brad Bishop in the gents, all he had to say was you are mistaken & walk out.

Instead he runs the risk of being arrested by shouting nonsense & running away.
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My vote is for Lathan Williams' interview... ya know what I'm sayin'?
I agree. I cracked up every time I saw that segment. It is sad though that his child was found but Lathan is prison right now and the child is being raised by Daphne's family. I really doubt Lathan will have a relationship with his child. Lathan admitted to having a relationship with the girl who took the baby.
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It is sad though that his child was found but Lathan is prison right now and the child is being raised by Daphne's family. I really doubt Lathan will have a relationship with his child. Lathan admitted to having a relationship with the girl who took the baby.
Is Lathan in prison for anything related to Daphne's murder, or some other reason? It certainly seems he withheld information, if he knew the people involved and didn't come forward at the time.
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