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Old 09-08-2017, 08:07 PM   #1
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Sorry if this thread has been made before, but this is the UM unpopular opinions thread. If you have a different opinion than most on certain cases then post it here. I'll start.

1.) Amy Lynn Bradley - I don't think she was sold into sexual slavery, but fell overboard.

2.) Kurt Mcfall - I think he was murdered and placed under the cliff to make it seem like an accident.

3.) Angela Hammond - I don't believe she was kidnapped by an unknown man, but rather someone she knew.
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Old 09-08-2017, 08:16 PM   #2
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Not my personal opinions, but I've seen some people try to argue that

Don Kemp was murdered

Wanda Jean Mays was murdered
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- The lucky rock had no magical powers

- The fertility statues have no power to get women pregnant

- The aphrodisiac chocolate is just chocolate

- T-touch is not real

- [Insert miracle vision here] is not real
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Old 09-08-2017, 09:16 PM   #4
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My unpopular opinion would be that Tim McClure did not have anything to do with his mother's murder.
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Old 09-08-2017, 10:11 PM   #5
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- The lucky rock had no magical powers

- The fertility statues have no power to get women pregnant

- The aphrodisiac chocolate is just chocolate

- T-touch is not real

- [Insert miracle vision here] is not real
I always appreciate your insights Todd, popularity notwithstanding, lol. Ditto, BTW, ditto...

One of my unpopular UM opinions regards the Amy Bechtel case. I don't believe her former husband had anything to do with her disappearance. Never did.
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Old 09-08-2017, 10:42 PM   #6
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I think Aileen Conway was just killed in an accident. I think she stepped out & forgot about the pool (if I remember correctly, the water was left running)

Russell Evans was a hit & run victim
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Omar the arsonist's voice never scared me, even when I was little. Always thought he sounded like a kid, and an extremely dorky one at that, who was probably bullied mercilessly in school.

"Ancient spirits of evil?" Yeah. He stole that line from 'Thundercats,' which was the IT cartoon at that time.
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1) Son of Sam didn't act alone. I think there's reason to believe he had accomplices.

2) I think it's highly possible Wayne Hecker was not guilty and that Tara Breckenridge was kidnapped/picked up by a stalker when she pulled over on the highway due to her broken fan belt. Because she didn't take her mace, I think she tried to make it to a call box. I don't think Wayne had enough time to commit the crime.

3) Lauren Jackson's mother had nothing to do with her disappearance.

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.

5) I lean toward Dan Tondevold faking his death, and think there's way more to this case we don't know.
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Omar the arsonist's voice never scared me, even when I was little. Always thought he sounded like a kid, and an extremely dorky one at that, who was probably bullied mercilessly in school.

"Ancient spirits of evil?" Yeah. He stole that line from 'Thundercats,' which was the IT cartoon at that time.
Man, I LOVED the Thundercats!
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2) I think it's highly possible Wayne Hecker was not guilty and that Tara Breckenridge was kidnapped/picked up by a stalker when she pulled over on the highway due to her broken fan belt. Because she didn't take her mace, I think she tried to make it to a call box. I don't think Wayne had enough time to commit the crime.
Totally agree. There's just no way he did it. I've posted on this case in great length on here before though so I won't get too detailed here. While he most likely wasn't the best boyfriend in the world and didn't come off the least bit likable in his UM interview, I am 100% convinced he had nothing to do with Tara's disappearance and death.

My unpopular opinion; The opening theme music for seasons 8-9 is better than the original opening theme music.
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These aren't unpopular anymore, but for a long time I had two of them:

1. Mike Reimer was a victim, not a murderer, and never left the woods - pretty much totally vindicated.
2. Dub Wackerhagen and son were both victims, and Dub was completely innocent. The police now believe this. The motive that the cops/family try to give him in the segment always seemed incredibly weak to me.
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More and more lately there's the whisper of an unpopular opinion dogging me about the Bible/Freeman case. Sometimes I worry that the girls haven't been found because there's maybe nothing to find. Is it possible that the Bible/Freeman girls just completely incinerated in that fire, leaving no trace of them? My sincere apologies if that sounds grizzly, or unintentionally insensitive, but I didn't know how else to articulate my thoughts.
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My unpopular opinion; The opening theme music for seasons 8-9 is better than the original opening theme music.
I agree with this.
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That Adam Emory was just some otherwise normal guy with no criminal history who "snapped" and killed Jason Bass in fit of rage coupled with poor judgement and that he subsequently took his own life rather than face prison.

The show and some people here make him out to be some diabolical, soulless, criminal mastermind.
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I have many opinions that go against the norm here. Wackers were 100% innocent, Kurt Sova died accidentally, Tim McClure is innocent, Bobby Parker was a victim and leaning towards Mike Reimer being a serial killer.
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