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Old 04-08-2011, 11:14 AM   #91
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Maybe I missed it, but does anyone know where or how to view the documents he mentioned in the blog?
Hmmmm, I'm assuming that he only wrote the initial blog post and was hyping that the documents would be posted on the website sometime in the near future.
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Old 04-08-2011, 07:43 PM   #92
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Thanks for posting NFresh. It seems as if very few people on this board (myself included) think your uncle was guilty. Do you know if there is any truth to the AP articles claiming Paul admitted to writing over 50 letters (linked on page 1 of this thread)?

I read through the previous posts and some other threads on this topic, but was unable to determine if the superintendent was married.

Could superintendent Massie have been the letter writer? If he was having an affair with Mary and wanted her to leave Ron (and she was unwilling), what better way to force her hand? Then when Mary denied the affair and Ron chose to believe her, Massie continued communications, further attempting to dissolve the marriage.

The only problem with this theory is the booby trap. I can't think of a way Massie could have gained access to Paul's gun.
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The only problem with this theory is the booby trap. I can't think of a way Massie could have gained access to Paul's gun.
Unless Mary herself obtained it somehow. It is plausible. Just sayin'.

Is this what happened? I don't know, but I definitely would not discount it.
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My name is michael freshour, paul freshour is my grandfather, I have never met him him personally but heard lots of stories from my dad mark freshour who paul accussed of committing the crimes, his own son what a great guy right. I dont know who nfresh is if he is real or just somebody typing stuff up. But Paul was a very nice man and smart guy to his friends and in front of a lot of people but however he beat my grandmother (KAREN) and often beat my dad all the time ( he once put him in the oven for 30-40 minutes for time out) he also rip part of my grandmas hair outfor asking him to stop hitting my aunt. He is a ****ty person and I know the real story and what happen and let me tell you he is a guilty man, the guy in the elcamino was paul he borrowed my grandmas brothers car that very day which was a yellow elcamino. He is a liar and a scammer. I'm not like nfresh ill put names out there and can prove and answer any question.
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Michael,

I'm sorry, but I find it hard to trust someone that doesn't bother to spell/grammar check their posts over someone who used decent paragraph spacing, and doesn't say everything in one long run on sentence.

Of course, only the posters know the truth
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One poster claims Paul was a decent man, the other one an abusive a-hole. Who to believe?
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I get the feeling Paul was telling the truth,and that he is innocent.after all.HE is the one who came fwd to UM,and it seems he really had something to say about the letters...I think he knew who the author was and that he wanted LE to look into them and the 'accident' of his late bro in law.I know he can't come right out and mention any names,but it seems he did know who the suspect was and he had a pretty good idea about the whole thing.That's why I think he's teling the truth.And IMO that same person set Paul up w the gun trap,because Paul was one of the ones in with the others who sent him a 'cease and desist' letter about the letters this person was sending to Mary and his bro in law.
and that sheriff...if it wasn't him doing all of it..I'd be very surprised.he surely seems flaky.I wish we knew what all Paul knew and I wish he could reveal all of it.AND why the letter writer would give a darn anyway as to Mary and the superintendent having an affair. (I also don't buy that it started after the letters began).the whole thing is just very, very fishy.
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one other thing..how did the person who wrote the note to UM know they were coming to circleville? is that something that would have been announced? if not, then it would be a very small group of ppl to filter thru.that person did claim to be THE C-ville letter writer,and he/she sure didn't want UM there.
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My name is michael freshour, paul freshour is my grandfather, I have never met him him personally but heard lots of stories from my dad mark freshour who paul accussed of committing the crimes, his own son what a great guy right. I dont know who nfresh is if he is real or just somebody typing stuff up. But Paul was a very nice man and smart guy to his friends and in front of a lot of people but however he beat my grandmother (KAREN) and often beat my dad all the time ( he once put him in the oven for 30-40 minutes for time out) he also rip part of my grandmas hair outfor asking him to stop hitting my aunt. He is a ****ty person and I know the real story and what happen and let me tell you he is a guilty man, the guy in the elcamino was paul he borrowed my grandmas brothers car that very day which was a yellow elcamino. He is a liar and a scammer. I'm not like nfresh ill put names out there and can prove and answer any question.
here it says Paul had a solid alibi and the description did not fit him;

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[QUOTE=scc1222]here it says Paul had a solid alibi and the description did not fit him;



You might want to edit that post, it's against the rules to post links to youtube on this forum.
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OK, Jessica Fletcher I'm not, but after watching the segment several times, I got a feeling it was Mary Gillispie who wrote the original letter, perhaps as an anonymous way to confess her affair with the school superintendent but at the same time make it look like she was an innocent victim and then either she or an accomplice started flooding the town with other letters. Then this accomplice murdered Mary's husband so she could be free to continue with the affair without interference, stole Paul Freshour's gun and planted it at the bus stop sign so Mary would still look like a victim. With Paul, a relative that apparently is not liked by some of the family, taking the blame, nobody would be the wiser.

Someone who was part of this family other than Paul or a close friend had to have had a part in this. Why would this group of people be targeted in the first place? I think it all comes back to the alleged affair. I agree with scc, that the affair started before the letters began.
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does ne1 know any segments on UM about mysterious letter writers. i have circleville letter segment but was wondering the name of that episode where the guy says ha ha ha and the one where a mysterious woman calls but she lied cause she was never linked to the case. what other segments have scary letter writers?
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does ne1 know any segments on UM about mysterious letter writers. i have circleville letter segment but was wondering the name of that episode where the guy says ha ha ha and the one where a mysterious woman calls but she lied cause she was never linked to the case. what other segments have scary letter writers?

Circleville was, at least in my opinion, the creepiest one of the epistolary tales. Actually, I can only think of one more, the Lancaster Extortion letters.
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I'm just wondering if anyone ever looked into the bus driver that stated she saw the guy and the yellow El Camino? I mean...it states in the MU segment that the bus driver drove past that section of road about 20 minutes before Mary did. What are the chances that the bus driver could have stopped and put the box with the message on the side of the road for Mary to see. We and the UM segment are assuming that the bus driver was telling the truth but what if she made it up? What if she had some kind of issue with Mary and wanted to get at her by writing the letters and placing the boobie trap for Mary to see? And it's a small town so maybe this woman also knew that Paul kept his gun in his garage and knew that it was easy to get at. I'm one of the people who believes Paul Freshour is innocent and I question the validity of the information given by the bus driver. I know it's a stretch...but I just wonder if anyone looked into the bus driver???
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