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  1. Fable

    General True Crime Shows

    I’m not sure he was going to leave his wife and marry the girlfriend, though I might not remember correctly, but I do recall that when he found out his wife was also pregnant, he decided to stay with her. To my understanding, the wife didn’t have a clue about the affair until right before the murder, when the police department had busted him in the cover-up. At that point, it is anyone’s guess why he killed her since he was already caught red-handed…nothing left to hide. Too bad he didn’t just kill himself. I just watched the most recent episode of Evil Lives Here. I’m not sure if it has aired on TV yet since I watched on the app, and it said watch latest episode before it airs. This made me terribly sad - those poor unfortunate children, having to grow up in that home. I know that the guy they interviewed said he struggled in dealing with his emotions (no surprise there). How could you not bear scars from such a thing? I was glad, at least, to hear that he now had a fairly decent life and was not letting his past ruin his future.
  2. Fable

    Killing Eve

    I just recently binge watched this series, which seemed to start off okay, until I started to roll my eyes. However, once I realized I should be watching this as dark comedy rather than a drama, I started to enjoy it again.
  3. Fable

    General True Crime Shows

    These cult shows are almost all the same. Demigod who claims to be God and goes on to physically, mentally and sexually abuse their members. What strikes me, is that many of the children who grew up in that environment instinctively knew something was wrong. If a child, who has no knowledge beyond what they know, question what is happening, I have to wonder how the adults did not realize something was wrong.
  4. Fable

    All Episodes Talk: Crime And Punishment

    Agreed! I thought somethings were definitely suspicious, but I agree with the detective who felt that the bruising didn't look fresh. I'm no doctor, but I do tend to bruise easily, and those bruises looked like they were in the healing stages.
  5. That Phyllis lady really was priceless, wasn’t she? When she said something to the effect that she loved saying her husband let her out of the house because it made women’s libber mad, I didn’t get mad at all, I just rolled my eyes, almost to the point of hurting them. Look lady, far be it from me to tell you what your marriage should or shouldn’t be, and if that works for you then more power to you, but it’s laughable to think she gets to tell other women what will work best for them.
  6. Fable

    To Tell The Truth

    I just watched Sunday's episode, and I didn't get a single one correct. However, the biggest surprise for me was the first set of players. The actual person who ended up being the correct choice seemed as dense as a box of rocks. However, he probably was playing as dumb as he could without lying, which I guess is how the game is played.
  7. Fable

    General True Crime Shows

    I've been enjoying Lone Star Justice as well. The sheriff and his detectives seem like a decent and hard-working bunch.
  8. Fable

    Game Of Thrones In The Media

    I thought there were some interesting points made, but suggesting people unsubscribe from HBO to protest a show they may have been disappointed seems a bit ridiculous. There are other shows I watch on HBO, so why should I cut off my nose to spite my face.
  9. Fable

    "The View": Week of 5/27/2019

    I actually like that about her. Her enthusiasm is infectious!
  10. Fable

    General True Crime Shows

    It is stories like this one that make me glad I don't really do much social media. I do have a Facebook account which I don't really use. I mainly have it to make sure my dear, dear children are alive and kicking since they don't call every day, as a dutiful child should. 😉
  11. Fable

    All Episodes Talk: Crime And Punishment

    To me, the eye witness seemed a bit sketchy. He said he remarked to his son about seeing a car broken down on the bridge. Why didn’t he stop to see if someone needed help? He also claimed that he recognized the person he saw walking as the girl from the missing person poster, so why didn’t he call the police with that information? I didn’t find him credible at all.
  12. Fable

    General True Crime Shows

    Unbreakable, oh man! This show breaks my heart every single time.
  13. Fable

    All Episodes Discussion

    In The Case Against Enrico Forti, I'm inclined not to believe him. Granted, he seemed sincere, but some people are better are at fooling people than others but it seems almost obvious that he was trying to swindle Tony Pike...I mean 1.6 million for a luxury resort/hotel seems like a pittance when one can imagine that place was making money hand over fist. There are people in affluent areas that are selling homes for far more than that. However, my biggest problem is the fact that he lied about picking up Dale from the airport. It's one thing to lie to your wife (which really made no sense either way) but lying to the police is just opening a can of worms. Either clam up and get a lawyer or tell the truth, The last red flag was his phone pinging in a different direction than he said he was going, although I am not sure how much credibility cell phone data was given in 1997.
  14. Fable

    S08.E03: The Long Night

    I know this will be so unpopular, but I hated this episode. Not because of anything that happened because it was so dark, and by dark I mean the lighting was ridiculous, so much so that i really had to strain my eyes to figure out who was who and what in the hell was going on.
  15. Fable

    General True Crime Shows

    This one happened near me. In fact, Stony Creek Metro Park was a place I have often visited as a child and as an adult with my own children. I remember this like it was yesterday.