Could this explain the 'Black Hands / Robe' that Ronnie saw?

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Could this explain the 'Black Hands / Robe' that Ronnie saw?

Post by littlemissfitz » Mon Jun 05, 2006 11:07 am

I noticed from the crime scene pics that in the TV room over a white chair lays a black robe / blanket? type thing. Ronnie may have seen this whilst being in the TV room watching Castle Keep and in his drink & drug addled state may have thought it was a person?? Or he may have been hallucinating?? Who knows? ... room1.html

on second thoughts it looks like a blanket? ... room3.html
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Post by tomjohnnyjoaquin » Mon Jun 05, 2006 12:40 pm

ahhhh good sighting...I think you may be right!

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Post by redgoatee » Mon Jun 05, 2006 3:20 pm

I could see that, especially if it was dark (which I'm assuming) and the clock weighty-um.. thingies hanging down.. in shadows, those could really freak anyone out

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Post by Living Dead Girl » Mon Jun 05, 2006 3:41 pm

i swear ive looked throught all these pics pleany of times and ive never seen this before, cool. good eye.

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Post by radiomixer » Mon Jun 05, 2006 11:33 pm

1.) Looks nothing like the shape of a human to me.

2.) Ghosts don't usually borrow human clothing.

3.) I don't recall Ronald Defeo ever mentioning a cloaked figure at all. At one point he'd said something to the effect of 'a pair of black hands handed' him the gun (paraphrased) that night. However later Ronnie claimed to have been only pleading insanity due to the advice of his lawyer, stated firmly that he was not possessed, nor had he witnessed any paranormal/demons. He later admitted he'd made a lot of stuff up so he'd appear crazy. If I recall correctly, he was unable to convince the mental health examiners of having been insane at the time of the shootings.

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