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Old 10-03-2008, 04:59 PM   #91
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I nominate the haunted house segment from Florida with the young obese kid married to the young girl who got possessed and attacked him.
This is, hands down the best one ever. Alan Mann and the Lake Wales Haunting if my memory serves me correctly. His wife was an absolute riot. She was just...insanely cute/borderline county-ish. The entire reenactment had me crying from laughter.

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Oh god, I'm glad I've returned to the messageboard and I'm glad I'm not the only one who have found re-enactments unintentionally funny. Here's my top 5:

1. Susan, "you're being bad again."

2. The fat kidnapper who had to write down the instructions, and lost them in the parking garage. He also nearly gave away his identify to the CEO by asking if who would cover for him when he wasn't at work and then left him in a field and got no money. Crystal, can you help identify this one? I saw it on your DVD's and totally forgot about it and almost died laughing. Was there ever an update?

3. The guy who claimed Bigfoot chased him through the woods.

4. The guy who needed to a flight so bad he jumped on the back of a plane in flight. The actor playing him was so dead on. Was there ever an update in this case and does anyone know which segment I'm talking about?

5. The non-English speaking guy who saw a murder in the fields in Florida and said the body was buried behind a building that looked like an ice cream cone. What the heck?!?!?!
2 and 3 are my favorites...seriously. The guy "chased" by bigfoot...come on! That was insane. And that poor John Grundhofer case...the guy was totally not ready to rob someone. How in the heck to do ask the captive what you did with the list of instructions?!

and lol at 5...it was an ice cream store. At least they found the body!
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What about the one involving the bank robber who wore cheesy disguises who hit about thirty banks in the U.S. and Canada? I remember them showing him escaping and hitting another car. He ditched the car, causing the guy in the car behind him to yell out "Hey!" and chase after him. That lasted about five seconds as the bank robber pointed a gun at him and jacked his car. I always remembered my brother's comment...

"Nice going, Mr. Lawman!"
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What about the one involving the bank robber who wore cheesy disguises who hit about thirty banks in the U.S. and Canada? I remember them showing him escaping and hitting another car. He ditched the car, causing the guy in the car behind him to yell out "Hey!" and chase after him. That lasted about five seconds as the bank robber pointed a gun at him and jacked his car. I always remembered my brother's comment...

"Nice going, Mr. Lawman!"
I remember this one. He had a fetish about lolipops and ended up being busted at a Harvey's, of all places. This segment, as serious as it was, did give me more than one chuckle.
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In the case of Wendy Camp and Cynthia Britto (and another woman, Lisa something), the ex-husband was telling how he had nothing to do with their disappearance, and how he didn't murder them or ever admit to it. Then he actually says that he might have admitted it "in one of his drunken stupors," but that he didn't mean it. What a winner!

Another one was, I think, the Lake Champlain monster. This woman was describing what she'd seen in the lake, and she lifted her arm to illustrate the neck of the monster, and it was just so silly. She looked like a puppeteer without a puppet.
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I remember this one. He had a fetish about lolipops and ended up being busted at a Harvey's, of all places. This segment, as serious as it was, did give me more than one chuckle.
I remember the lollipops fetish too. Didn't he leave them behind at crime scenes?
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I remember this one. He had a fetish about lolipops and ended up being busted at a Harvey's, of all places. This segment, as serious as it was, did give me more than one chuckle.
Yeah, that one was kind of a favorite of mine. Nobody dying or suffering.

Right. He kept leaving behind these big lollipops.
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The whole "Wacker" episode. Comedic masterpiece, lol.
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The whole "Wacker" episode. Comedic masterpiece, lol.
Whacked by a whacking Wacker wacko!
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The whole "Wacker" episode. Comedic masterpiece, lol.
Yeah, I thought Mr. Wacker was going to shoot a random pedestrian due to paranoia when he ran out his front door with his gun.
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Yeah, I thought Mr. Wacker was going to shoot a random pedestrian due to paranoia when he ran out his front door with his gun.
Oh, yeah. The look on his face when he was waving that gun back and forth. And remember that stakeout with the walkie-talkies? That was priceless.
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And remember that stakeout with the walkie-talkies? That was priceless.

Mr. Wacker sitting in the camper in the driveway, peering stealthily out the window...


The smirk on Megadeth guy's face after he hands the witness the pack of cigarettes always makes me laugh.

Remember the segment with the murder of a pizza delivery girl and the Dallas psychic who said he saw her apparition in his bedroom just weeks before he was contacted by police in Oregon? I love the part when he talks about meeting the supposed killer: "He knew that I knew that he knew..."

And the chubby girl who was one of Missy Munday's classmates who suddenly starts speaking like a Valley Girl mid-sentence. Did anyone else notice that?
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The smirk on Megadeth guy's face after he hands the witness the pack of cigarettes always makes me laugh.
"You know, you really shouldn't smoke."
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There were a a few cases that were sort of funny to watch. One was about the lady dog trainer who name was Camilla later she started dressing as a man and later disappeared. The other case was funny was segment on a young deaf woman named Lucy who showed up in some town and she was dance around play hop skotch on sidewalks and she wore red boots.
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There were a a few cases that were sort of funny to watch. One was about the lady dog trainer who name was Camilla later she started dressing as a man and later disappeared. The other case was funny was segment on a young deaf woman named Lucy who showed up in some town and she was dance around play hop skotch on sidewalks and she wore red boots.
The first one was about Camilla Lyman, her skull was found in a sewer close to her house. UM actually showed footage of her showing dogs, as a woman AND a man. Interesting.

The deaf woman was named "Lucy" and she was so giggly when she was drawing those pictures with the two social workers. I hope she has learned to speak English and is leading her own life now.
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