Amy: She’s saying there’s not much to say about it. It’s, she… it’s obvious, and she feels that the majority of people (sighs) feel that she wrote it — and she did write it — and…
At the most inopportune time my dog begins to chew away at his squeaky toy. He has never caused this much trouble during a session; I start to wonder if this is a bizarre side-effect of the whole strange conversation in full.
Amy: She wants to make sure that it’s understood that she’s not the only person responsible. For this.
Me: Right. Right. And that’s kind of what’s come out… during our session. So we’ll make sure we do make that clear.
Amy closes her eyes again.
Amy: She’s saying that she looks back on it and, um, how just… foolish, people… um. Way that they decide to, present it? Um. That… anybody else would’ve been convicted. It was because of who [redacted] were. Because of who [redacted] knew. That is the ONLY reason why. [Redacted] were free.
I agree, wholeheartedly. But let’s go on.
Me: Okay. Um. One thing that a lot of people have wondered and I don’t know if, if she has an answer for this, if it was just nonsense or if she actually did have a reason for it, um… the acronym. At the end of the ransom note. What that was supposed to mean. Because a lot of the note was, panicked and… lines from movies, and just sort of… cliched stuff, like “don’t call the police,” that kind of thing, um… but signed off with an acronym.
Amy closes her eyes. I don’t know that I’ve ever seen her concentrating so hard during a session. In retrospect, I feel bad for not recognizing this at the time.
Amy: She’s saying it was done to, um, point to… it in the direction of a certain group of people? Um. To try to lead the direction that way, that it was a certain, um… reason. That she had been kidnapped. That acronym, of people.
That’s a pretty common theory; that the acronym was meant to point somewhere. Where? No one knows.