We couldn’t believe it. Oscar Pistorius, the “first man who ran with no legs” in the able bodied Olympics, astounded us with his amazing speed, his strength and bravery in the face of adversity. Now he was charged with the shooting murder of his beautiful model and cover-girl Reeva Steenkamp. She was a lawyer, gifted with beauty and brains, who was an outspoken champion of women and their right to say, “No” to sex, without fear of rape or violence. How could she, a campaigner against violence to women, have died this way? Pamela Lillian Valemont, a crime research numerologist of 35 years, takes an indepth look at the charts of both Reeva and Oscar and comes up with some amazing findings. What was the numerical connection between Oscar’s chart and the RS Robinson cricket bat, allegedly used to break down the toilet door, and the 9mm Taurus Parabellum Pistol that Oscar kept under his bed, that allegedly fired the fatal four shots? These intriguing connections and more Pamela unveils in a unique discovery.