Monthly Archives: November 2013

My Son does not Exist – and other things I learned from Intelius

I recently learned that my son doesn’t exist.  I was quite surprised to learn this.  I brought him home from the hospital 20 years ago, and raised him for 18 years—feeding him, clothing him and comforting him.  He is a … Continue reading

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The Five who Escaped

In order to believe that Sandy Hook was a hoax, every witness testimony must be discredited.  Let’s take a look at some of the questions surrounding one witness, Tricia Gogliettino.  Ms. Gogliettino was the woman who found five of the … Continue reading

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The Mysterious Christmas Trees at the Firehouse

Lately, I’ve noticed that the Christmas Trees being sold at the Firehouse last December are causing quite a bit of confusion.  Here’s some comments posted responding to Sophia Smallstorm’s  observation that the trees were “hidden” behind the firehouse, ready to … Continue reading

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The Man in the Woods

Many years ago, I woke in the middle of the night to the sounds of a woman’s screams.  My husband heard it too, and was already jumping out of bed when I woke.  He dashed off into the summer night, … Continue reading

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