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Had a feeling that the drug angle was too direct and likely a red herring, though it may still have something to do with the murder in an indirect way.

As for the gift bag...where's the gift?  And why did Robyn buy it for Sarah? 

I want to lean towards Robyn, because she seems the most likely to have paid to get Charlie's ring out of pawn AND hold onto it for 20 years.  Unrequited love would also (possibly?) explain the missing gift to Sarah in a weirdly twisted plot line.  Though, like the drug angle, this whole romantic jealousy seems like another red herring -- as if the writer's are really trying to get us to go that way.
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Unrelated question for people who have played other boxes or for someone from HAK.
Is the killer always one of the named suspects or could it ever be someone not initially named?
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Unrelated question for people who have played other boxes or for someone from HAK.
Is the killer always one of the named suspects or could it ever be someone not initially named?


This case is unlike any subscription cases HAK has previously released.  However, based off of the various premium boxes they have released, the killer has always been someone known to the players. 
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Unrelated question for people who have played other boxes or for someone from HAK.
Is the killer always one of the named suspects or could it ever be someone not initially named?


This case is unlike any subscription cases HAK has previously released.  However, based off of the various premium boxes they have released, the killer has always been someone known to the players. 
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Had a feeling that the drug angle was too direct and likely a red herring, though it may still have something to do with the murder in an indirect way.

As for the gift bag...where's the gift?  And why did Robyn buy it for Sarah? 

I want to lean towards Robyn, because she seems the most likely to have paid to get Charlie's ring out of pawn AND hold onto it for 20 years.  Unrequited love would also (possibly?) explain the missing gift to Sarah in a weirdly twisted plot line.  Though, like the drug angle, this whole romantic jealousy seems like another red herring -- as if the writer's are really trying to get us to go that way.



I'm not sure I want to throw out the drug angle entirely, either.  One of the newspaper articles about Robyn points out that she is passionately against the illegal abuse of prescription drugs.  Carrying a torch or not, if you suddenly found out one of your closest childhood friends was deeply involved in a thing you think is destroying your town and society (and you had a self-admitted tendency to lash out at this person physically first (see the old love note)), it's not a stretch to imagine you might strangle that person. 

So yeah.  I think drugs are still potentially very involved in this.
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The handwriting on the gift bag is dead-on for Robyn, and the message seems like a backhanded jab at Sarah in an "I was here first" sort of way. I know intonation is difficult to discern from handwriting, BUT one could almost hear how snide that would sound if it were spoken instead. The presence of the class ring and the gift bag at the same time in Charlie's car is pretty heavy, plus the fact that I have never met a farmer with weak hands (I live in rural Nebraska). When you add the information from the newspaper clippings (local), a motive starts to become more solid.

Also - did anyone notice the surveillance photos? Antonio's timestamp is about when he said he'd be there and he's lighting a cigarette (or something). There was a lighter found in Charlie's car. Not sure if it is connected, but it might not be coincidence either.

The note enclosed with the troll doll seems to be Aura's handwriting.

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I think the handwriting looks like Arthurs, not Robyns. Check out the yearbook writing.  

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I think the handwriting looks like Arthurs, not Robyns. Check out the yearbook writing.  


I think its definitely Robyn's.
I copied and put all the yearbook messages into my murder book (I dont have room for a board) and compared and knew right away it couldn't be from Arthur).
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DAE think that we have more than one person to eliminate in this episode? Michelle's letter states that we will be able to "eliminate a few more suspects"
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I have to disagree and say the the hand writing is Neeta’s. iIf you compare the y’s h’s, s’s and Neeta is the only one that uses running writing styles in the yearbook, I feel it’s more likely to be her - but why.
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I have to disagree and say the the hand writing is Neeta’s. iIf you compare the y’s h’s, s’s and Neeta is the only one that uses running writing styles in the yearbook, I feel it’s more likely to be her - but why.


I agree. The y's & k's are more "Neetz" handwriting than Robyn's. Neeta is the only one that write's in "sloppy cursive" in the yearbook too... also, thinking back to the text messages w/ "N" (still don't know if it's Nic, Nash, or Neeta, but I'm leaning towards Neeta). I also think the necklace may have been in that bag because the note says, "When you wear this.."
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It's definitely Neeta. The handwriting ('h' and 'p') matches. Also on the bag is a butterfly. If you look at her yearbook photo... what do you notice?
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The handwriting on the gift bag is dead-on for Robyn, and the message seems like a backhanded jab at Sarah in an "I was here first" sort of way. I know intonation is difficult to discern from handwriting, BUT one could almost hear how snide that would sound if it were spoken instead. 



I thought that too - until i re-read Neeta's yearbook signing. 
she says they're both going to UC.. and she refers to helping him cram and that she'll never do that again, 'so dont expect my help next year' .. which indicates that they are both going to the same college. 

Since Charlie and Sarah met at college, its logical that Neeta knows Sarah from college. maybe they got close..  
what it doesnt explain is why the gift is in the car, under the seat, out of the bag, clasped shut. 
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With the text messages between Sarah and "N" we think its probably Neeta's handwritting on the bag. We just can't seem to figure out Neeta's motive. 
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