The Fugitive: Kurt Sonnenfeld

An almost unbelievable story

Man gets charged with murdering his wife of ten years, they don’t have enough evidence to take the case to trial, so they let him go. Go he does. Straight to Argentina, where he fortuitously meets up with a lovely young woman who is active in international humanitarian affairs.

A little over a month later, they marry and produce two beautiful daughters, twin girls, front line in the armament of defense, who join with their mother in calling loudly for the Argentine government to prevent the extradition demands coming from overseas. Yes, the USA has now got their act together and is ready to prosecute and take the case to trial. They are after his ass, and he had better comply and get home ASAP.

But he doesn’t comply. Instead, he comes up with an unbelievable story. Well, an almost unbelievable story, that is. Drawing on his 9/11 service to his country as a photographer for the Federal Emergency Management Agency of the United States –  he declares that he has seen telling things that implicate the United States Government in the 9/11 attacks of 2001.

A numerological analysis of the case and its central players. The Fugitive: Kurt Sonnenfeld

Jonbenet Ramsey: The Home Team

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When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how unpalatable, how improbable – must be the truth. Sherlock Holmes said something very similar. It was his crime scene maxim. This is the numerological criminal profiling/analysis of the three Ramsey family members: John, Patsy and 9 year old Burke; all of whom were in the home with JonBenet the night the 6 year old child beauty pageant winner was killed sometime during the evening hours after Christmas Day, 1996. Their palatial residence at 755 15th Street, Boulder, Colorado soon became a crime scene, surrounded by “police line do not cross” defining tape. This is also an analysis of JonBenet as well as others who were considered persons of interest and peripheral to the crime: John Mark Karr, Michael Landon Helgoth, Gary Howard Oliva; all residents of Boulder. There is also an analysis of Michael Helgoth’s sister, Kimberly Dawn Helgoth who shares the same grave with her brother Michael, and who passed away one year after he did. Other persons of interest to the case, such as Jeff Merrick, who worked at Access Graphics and named by John Ramsey as a likely suspect, are given limited analysis, since I have not been able to obtain the full names or dates of birth for them. However, even given that limited analysis, some surprising results emerge. The name of the business itself and also the home address are analyzed numerologically for connections to the nature of the crime.