I can't help but think that the Detectives are going to arrest Ed for Jerry's murder.
Ed has denied having gone out any other way other than the front door.
Yet his finger prints are found on the dumpster.
Ed teaches karate lessons so he could have v
I think they have finger printed Ed to match to the finger prints on the back exit. Like Bill Rogers said:- Only 2 rooms past me to visit unless someone plans to go through the emergency exit, which happens. And sometimes it's not visitors, either.
If Matt wasn't in on the scamming that was going on I would be very surprised. It is probably how he got the 10 grand. Also, what I would like to know is, who was the person who did make the deliveries "that were short".
You would have to thi
I like old Albert and it is obvious that some of the staff do also. Albert and his wisdom, the person to turn to when you are needing some advice. Lets hope that Maggie is lonely and wants to talk. It sounds like Albert was prompting the Detecti
Good interview with Albert! He has given us some information that might just help us solve this case. He knows that Landrigran and Shaw were stealing from the home to line their own pockets and then he tells the detectives to stop by and visit Mag
I like the sound of this statement:- "Detectives are pursuing several leads and are optimistic that they will arrest the culprit or culprits very soon." I still think that Landrigan is the man. I also hope we find out what it was that Jerry was h
After reading Matt's follow-up interview I am convinced that the killer is Landrigan.
Matt always parked at the front and signed in and signed out.
If Landrigan wanted to kill Jerry, well the best time would have been while Matt was there, because it
The lack of care for Rose Jenkins is appalling! I can't believe that someone didn't turn him in long before this. Maybe he deserved to be laying out by that dumpster along with Jerry Shaw! What a no-good jerkl!
It seems everyone at this home wasn't the least bit upset over Jerry Shaw's death, so we may have a hard time piecing this out. I also have to add that it looks like everyone there was totally incompetent.
I think that things are closing in on Landrigan and the party will be over for him very soon. Chef Joe Wilson said he saw Jerry go outside at 3pm when he was in the store room. Matt in his interview said he tried to talk to Jerry in the hallway bu
Igillette, it was you who first suggested that Landrigan could have been skimming the books, and messed up with Jerry"s gambling racket, and said, maybe that's how they got hooked up. And I totally agree with you that it all went south, and Richard
I love reading the interviews of these old folks. I used to have an elderly friend, and I never got bored listening to the stories he told. My only regret is that I never taped our conversations to put into a book. And his favourite saying was
Goodness knows where Albert had been for the first 73 years of his life, but reading his interview he still has his marbles. He sounds very intelligent and very aware of what is going on around him. I personally think the line of questioning towa