Good morning friends, I am sorry I was unable to post yesterday. I am currently working as a background actress on a film and that took the entire day. I am back though and please enjoy the party. Thank You.
The media and the local newspapers made a “big deal” of the hypnotic sessions. Reportedly, much of the public denounced Steve Rines credibility, with many disbelieving hypnotisms worked and others comparing the technique with Dr. Higson’s ideals.
When questioned by the media about any near arrests being made, Sheriff Jones said investigators were re-examining witness reports looking for any “overlapping of events or statements” from people that could stand out and lead to a suspect.
He said without a smoking gun the case was “painstaking.” He admitted several hundred interviews with known acquaintances of the couple and people living in the vicinity were processed so far, with polygraph tests used to establish or disprove some statements.
He said the victims’ steps were being retraced to determine whether they crossed paths with any potential perpetrator. Someone who might have had a grudge against one or both.
He admitted at this time the general opinion of investigators and the coroners was that the method used for disposing of the bodies screamed “passion killings”. Not just a random murder as initially suspected.
He claimed authorities knew the victims well. Including what type of individuals, they were, their conflicts, personal problems, and other details of their lives – this information had all been examined.
The general opinion of the victims’ friends was that they were “water and oil.” Besides both liking to horseback ride, Todd and Annette were said to have had nothing in common.