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Old 09-09-2017, 09:15 AM   #16
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Mike Reimer being a serial killer.
LOL surely this is a troll opinion.
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Old 09-09-2017, 09:23 AM   #17
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Nope. I moderated here for over 10 years so not exactly a troll...
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Maybe not, I've LOL'd at many of the theory argued here before.

My favorite are the posters who try to make every murder into a hoax. I remember someone tried to claim that Joyce McLain's death wasn't a murder, that she was killed by a falling branch or something.
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Old 09-09-2017, 11:34 AM   #19
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I'm not so sure Don Sherman murdered his wife. I have no doubt he's an abusive POS, but I see zero reason for him to have recovered Linda's skull and left it out in public years later.
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Old 09-09-2017, 11:50 AM   #20
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4) I think Bobby Parker really was afraid something would happen to her family if she left Randolph Dial, and did not run away willingly. She may have chosen to stay eventually, but I think she was abducted.

I feel this will be unpopular, but I found Randy Parker one of the most sympathetic people ever interviewed on UM. The love and devotion this man has for his wife is touching to me, while I know others find him deluded. In any case, I'm glad they're together again.
I totally agree with this. All it took for me to solidify that stance was television interviews with Bobbi Parker, and one reading of Randolph Dial's own account of the event, which I think was titled Into the Wind or something like that. Long story short, it's exactly the kind of thing you'd expect from a habitual liar. He posits the narrative that Bobbi Parker held a fascination for him although was not a completely willing party in his escape. There are accounts of carving a handgun out of soap (yes), and of his heroically and quite cinematically saving Bobbi from being raped by a group of men at one point. I recall exclaiming "Bullsh*t!" on more than one occasion while reading it.

Randy Parker is the salt of the earth.


My submissions for this thread are that I lean toward Tommy Burkett killing himself, and that Larry Race shouldn't have been convicted on the evidence presented at his initial trial.
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Also, I totally repped the Mike Riemer and Dub Wackerhagen not killing their significant others theories before they were cool.
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I think the Wackers themselves were innocent but I also think that they were being attacked by family and/or close friends that they didn't want to finger so they kept up the idea of some total stranger doing the misdeeds so they wouldn't rock the boat re 'family harmony'.
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On some military stories:

-Mike Carmichael and Billy Ray Hargrove both committed suicide.

-I'm not sure how necessarily unpopular this is, but I don't think Chad Langford was doing any undercover work, that he was willingly in on the "PX funds" thwarted robbery scheme, and that his death may have been perpetrated by others who were also involved in the same.

-Ralph Sigler really was killed by Soviet operatives
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My unpopular opinion; The opening theme music for seasons 8-9 is better than the original opening theme music.
I am a fan of the original music too.
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LOL surely this is a troll opinion.
Nope. I agree with her.

I also agree that Kurt Sova died accidentally.
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Paul Polis did not kill his wife and Charlotte's mother was unhinged.
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Paul Polis did not kill his wife and Charlotte's mother was unhinged.

All of Charlottes family was off their rockers IMO. I also think he didn't kill her
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I totally agree with this. All it took for me to solidify that stance was television interviews with Bobbi Parker, and one reading of Randolph Dial's own account of the event, which I think was titled Into the Wind or something like that. Long story short, it's exactly the kind of thing you'd expect from a habitual liar. He posits the narrative that Bobbi Parker held a fascination for him although was not a completely willing party in his escape. There are accounts of carving a handgun out of soap (yes), and of his heroically and quite cinematically saving Bobbi from being raped by a group of men at one point. I recall exclaiming "Bullsh*t!" on more than one occasion while reading it.

Randy Parker is the salt of the earth.


My submissions for this thread are that I lean toward Tommy Burkett killing himself, and that Larry Race shouldn't have been convicted on the evidence presented at his initial trial.
Not to get off topic but randy Parkers line...I'll show you what administrative power is all about. I almost used that line at work and quickly realized I watch too much UM.

Good thread freakbook.
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On some military stories:

-Mike Carmichael and Billy Ray Hargrove both committed suicide.

-I'm not sure how necessarily unpopular this is, but I don't think Chad Langford was doing any undercover work, that he was willingly in on the "PX funds" thwarted robbery scheme, and that his death may have been perpetrated by others who were also involved in the same.

-Ralph Sigler really was killed by Soviet operatives
I agree with the Carmichael and Hargrove cases both being suicide. I respect the segment because if anything the public should be made aware of the difficulties that people in the military face and how it can make them more prone to suicide even when they are not directly involved in combat operations. For me both cases scream suicide and perhaps two people that were very disappointed with their circumstances. Perhaps they wanted the army to face negative criticism from their families and the press. Just my opinion.
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Good thread freakbook.
Thanks. I know this is ironic coming from me given my past attitudes/arguments, so I'm the last person who should talk, but I'd like for this not to turn into a flame thread. A safe haven where folks can give alternate theories that's in the minority without them getting jumped on.
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