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Arthur and his wife retired to Oxford and moved next door to Kimberly Pace. Since his wife's death, Arthur spends most of his time alone, tending his garden.

Arthur and his wife retired to Oxford and moved next door to Kimberly Pace.

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First thought after reading this bio is that possibly he could have killed her. She could have come home that night and then let her dog out to potty. The dog could have done something to the rose bushes (urinate on them, walk over them, tear...

First thought after reading this bio is that possibly he could have killed her. She could have come home that night and then let her dog out to potty. The dog could have done something to the rose bushes (urinate on them, walk over them, tear them up, etc.). Since he has problems sleeping he could have seen it and could have taken his fury out by killing Dr. Pace since he had previous altercations regarding the dog in his yard. He also is pretty obsessed with order. Just a theory. Still a lot of evidence to be seen

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No, I don't think he has killed Kimberly Pace, just because her dog ruined his rose bushes.

I think he has killed Emerson, Kimberly Pace's first dog.

 

Because Kimberly couldn't care less about her deceased neighbour and friend's pasttime (gardening) or the husbands grief, she lets dog out anyway. Dog ruins garden yet again. Arthur observes this and is infuriated. So what does he do? He calms...

Because Kimberly couldn't care less about her deceased neighbour and friend's pasttime (gardening) or the husbands grief, she lets dog out anyway. Dog ruins garden yet again. Arthur observes this and is infuriated. So what does he do? He calms himself down right away and, using stealth, goes into Kim's house via the open back door, whilst the dog is still outside in his garden. Arthur approaches Kim silently from behind, deals a deadly blow to the neck. He then takes her down to the basement to make it look like it was an accident, screws the lightbulb loose on his way up and returns home unseen. Dog enters house again and finds Kim.

No, I don't really buy this one minute either. I'd say Arthur would wait for the next chance to kill the mutt, not Kimberly.

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I think this could have happened, with the exception of him steathily killing her in her home. She probably let the dog out and the dog infuriated Arthur. He could have poisoned the dog and she could have seen it happen or could have seen the dog...

I think this could have happened, with the exception of him steathily killing her in her home. She probably let the dog out and the dog infuriated Arthur. He could have poisoned the dog and she could have seen it happen or could have seen the dog acting strange (note the vomit in the backyard). They could have argued, she could have threatened to call the police. When she turned to leave, he could have hit her in the head with his shovel as she walked away. He could have left her lie outside in the cool night air (due to the lividity) and devised a plan on a cover-up. I am willing to bet that her missing shoe is somewhere on Arthur's property. Just a theory, I probably will be blown away by what really happens, but I think that this scenario is definitely possible.

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Hi ERICATJ3,

thanks for your comment. I've just finished reworking my theory on Arthur in the forum as well. I do think it is plausible that Arthur killed her, but for more reasons than the dog messing up the garden....

 

On the other hand: He has military experience, probably killed before in Nam or even received special training for lethal unarmed combat techniques. Where did he actually serve? He has got quite a few psychological problems, absolutely no...

On the other hand: He has military experience, probably killed before in Nam or even received special training for lethal unarmed combat techniques. Where did he actually serve? He has got quite a few psychological problems, absolutely no positive feelings towards Kim (he feigned his pity at his interview) and nothing to lose., except his very precious garden, especially the roses. People have been murdered for lesser reasons. Hmmm

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