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Old 09-19-2017, 10:15 AM   #166
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I agree with first 2. The music and lighting make Robert Stack scary IMO. If you met Stack in a grocery store he would not come off scary.

More eerie than scary, my dad used to joke that he thought he had been embalmed. Think The Undertaker copied him for his character.
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Old 09-19-2017, 12:55 PM   #167
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I was in high school when the verdict came down. My math teacher ended his lecture 15 minutes early and then turned on his portable radio so we could all listen to the verdict.

I couldn't agree more with your post. I always thought Cochran's reaction was a joke. But Robert Kardashian's reaction was always the most telling. He looks in complete shock and disbelief. Not the kind of reaction you'd expect from a member of your defense and close friend.

It's amazing what time does to one's perspective. Back in the day, I thought Kardashian was a slime ball. Looking back, I'm not sure why I thought that. Maybe it's because since that time (I was also in high school when the verdict came down and classes were actually interrupted to announce said verdict), I've defended numerous folks I knew to be guilty and gotten an acquittal. Based on that added life experience, I feel like I have a general idea of what was happening at that moment.

Robert Kardashian was quite likely the only one on the "Dream Team" with a proper sense of ethics. The fact that he cut ties from O.J. after the trial says volumes. It's even more compounded when he's interviewed by Barbara Walters and comments that both he and Al Cowlings "had doubt" about O.J.'s innocence-- the two guys that knew him the best. How telling is that? Added to the fact that his defense of O.J. did not help him in matters with his ex-wife Kris Jenner-- although I think he dodged a huge bullet there. I have said on more than one occasion that if Kardashian were alive today, there would be no "Keeping up with the Kardashians" or any of that crap. He was too classy for such trash.

If you haven't watched "American Crime Story: The People vs. O.J. Simpson," I'd recommend it. I initially scoffed when I heard David Schwimmer had been cast as Robert Kardashian. He nails it and you can't help but just feel for Kardashian, who I think only realized O.J. did it when confronted with the DNA evidence. Courtney B. Vance plays Cochran and I found myself getting very angry with him over the course of the miniseries-- safe to say that Vance earned his Emmy for his portrayal. And of course, Sarah Paulson just kills it as Marcia Clark, who was outgunned from the beginning. Definitely worth the watch.
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I think Chad Noe had some involvement with the deaths of Wendy and the others.

I look at most of the fraud victims and honestly I find them all stupid. I don't want to sound mean but I can't be sympathetic.

Sharon Kinne died in Mexico lbr. Cartel probably killed her.
The only fraud victim I felt bad for was Ellen Berry. She was extremely wealthy yet extremely vulnerable which is a bad mix
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More eerie than scary, my dad used to joke that he thought he had been embalmed. Think The Undertaker copied him for his character.

The Undertaker would make a good host for unsolved mysteries. Maybe after he retires he could bring back unsolved mysteries.
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There was absolutely no foul play involved in Amy Bradley’s disappearance. She simply fell overboard and died mere moments later by drowning. She didn’t profile as nearly as much of a “target” for human trafficking as her mother claimed on the UM broadcast either. Like, not even a little bit IMO.
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Agreed, I don't think those pictures look like her either and where is this 80s hair coming from?
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There was absolutely no foul play involved in Amy Bradley’s disappearance. She simply fell overboard and died mere moments later by drowning. She didn’t profile as nearly as much of a “target” for human trafficking as her mother claimed on the UM broadcast either. Like, not even a little bit IMO.

The one thing that frustrates me about this case is that her brother, and father had both said that she returned to the cabin the night before the ship docked. Her brother said they were partying hard so she was going to stay on the deck to get some fresh air. Her father said he woke up around 4 or 5 in the morning and saw her laying on the balcony. So when exactly would she have been sold into sexual slavery? It's obvious she was ill from partying and went overboard.

I also can't stand the manic idiots who are bombarding Douglas Alistar's facebook/youtube trying to ruin his life when there's zero evidence against him. In the video it's obvious that Amy was drunk dancing ON Douglas. Now people are trying to say that he drugged her??? Ugh.
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I really don't think she was sold into slavery either. She fell overboard. Simple as that. I mean its as if thry expect to see breaking news that a slavery ring was busyed and among those rescued were Amy Bradley, Natalee Hollaway, Chandra Levy, and Lacie Peterson.
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I think Dale Kersetter was in on it. But his partner in crime turned on him and took his life.
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Folks who were scammed for money in a romantic/sexual way get no sympathy from me. It was their thirst!
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Folks who were scammed for money in a romantic/sexual way get no sympathy from me. It was their thirst!

Same with the Spanish Lottery and Pyramid scams & cons in general-most of them were already wealthy beyond belief, yet their greed made them invest everything or nearly everything in something too good to be true.
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Billy Ray Hargrove committed suicide, but Mike Carmichael was a foul play/murder situation. I also believe Chuck Morgan and Tommy Burkett were murdered. Other than that, I think all the suicides are suicides (that I've seen so far, I'm on season 7).

If I never see another Treasure or UFO segment again, it'll be too soon. Same with the ghost stories. I can't skip them because I watch UM with my mother and she enjoys all of those but I can feel my soul leaving my body every time I have to endure one.
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I have trouble mustering a lot of sympathy for Judy Olive.
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