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Offline mike tesko

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Evidence, 'may exist', confirming that at some stage after the 10pm phone call between June (Bamber) and Panela Boutflour (sisters), that as a result of Pamela contacting Ann Eaton, that Ann Eaton herself telephoned whf and spoke directly to/with Sheila Caffell about the concerns which June Bamber had told Pamela Boutflour, regarding, (according to June), Sheila Caffells 'odd behaviour'
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Evidence, 'may exist', confirming that at some stage after the 10pm phone call between June (Bamber) and Panela Boutflour (sisters), that as a result of Pamela contacting Ann Eaton, that Ann Eaton herself telephoned whf and spoke directly to/with Sheila Caffell about the concerns which June Bamber had told Pamela Boutflour, regarding, (according to June), Sheila Caffells 'odd behaviour'
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Some of the contents, of the Handwritten notes compiled by Ann Eaton, herself, appear to show that at some stage after the 10pm telephone conversation between June and Pamela, that Ann Eaton made contact with Sheila at the farmhouse! It is not clear whether or not that Ann Eaton (and, or possibly other members of her family) went straight to the farmhouse, or if Ann Eaton spoke to Sheila Caffell via a telephone call from/to the scene?

According to Ann Eatons handwritten notes, she wrote, 'ARE YOU HAVING AN EPISODE'?
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According to Ann Eatons handwritten notes, she wrote, 'ARE YOU HAVING AN EPISODE'?

Er..

Was 'who' was having an episode?
« Last Edit: October 10, 2020, 12:01:PM by mike tesko »
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So, why have we all been kept in the dark, regarding this interaction, a matter of hours, or minutes, before Sheila took it upon herself to shoot dead the other four members of her own family..
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I shall, post up the relevent handwritten notes, made by Ann Eaton (shortly)...
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This would be a revelation Mike.

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This would be a revelation Mike.
bear with me, the quality of Ann Eatons Handwritten notes are poor!
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Essex police have not disclosed telephone records, which/that took place between Robert/Pamela Boutflours residence (or, vice versa) and Ann/Peter Eaton's residence, and Pamela/Robert Boutflours residence (or vice versa) with 'David Boutflour's family', and or any such phone contact between the named parties and 'Anthony Pargeter', during the period '6th', '7th' and '8th  August 1985'...

One thing is certain, and that was/is that Jeremy Bamber had told the truth regarding the suggestion that when he returned back into the farmhouse around supper time, he said that there appeared to have been an awful row between  Sheila, and her parents regarding a suggestion that her parents did not think Sheila was well enough to be able to look after herself, let Alone her two little boys -  as confirmed by reference to the contents of 'Robert Woodwis Boutflours witness statement that he made to the COLP in 1991, attached...
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Why would June Bamber tell her sister Pamela Boutflour, during a telephone conversation which took took place at around 10.00pm on the evening of 6th August 1985 that she wanted her sisters advice regarding whether or not to send Sheila into a nursing home (with Jeremy already having left the farmhouse). It now seems  highly likely that Jeremy's account about there having been a dispute between Sheila and her parents at the supper table regarding her ability to look after her two young children...
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June spoke to Pamela regarding the possibility that Sheila might have to go into a nursing home?
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Despite what 'Robert Woodwis Boutflour' says in the same statement about Neville/June not inviting Jeremy into the debate regarding whether or not the children should be fostered or adopted, Jeremy has never claimed to have been invited or took part in the discussions between Sheila and the parents. It has always been Jeremy's account that at the time he returned from working in the field with tractor and trailer, that his mum, dad and Sheila were already talking amongst themselves and that he had his back towards them because he was loading additional bullets into the magazine of the .22 semi-automatic 'Anshuzt' rifle  before leaving the farmhouse intent on shooting at two rabbits he had seen in the vicinity of a crop barn. To all intents and purposes, his parents and Sheila were still engaged in a war of words as he left the kitchen..
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Sheila's behaviour almost certainly must have deteriorated dramatically for June to phone her sister Pamela on the eve' of the shooting tragedies requesting her opinion regarding what course of action to take over Sheila's deterioration and capacity to function normally, or otherwise..
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[color=blue][i]'Are you having one of your turns'?[/i][/color]
Sheila's behaviour almost certainly must have deteriorated dramatically for June to phone her sister Pamela on the eve' of the shooting tragedies requesting her opinion regarding what course of action to take over Sheila's deterioration and capacity to function normally, or otherwise..

If what 'Ann Eaton' wrote in her notes are true, concerning a possible call by 'Ann Eaton' to 'Sheila' after the call between 'June and 'Pamela had finished. It's possible that 'Pam' phoned 'Ann Eaton' and told her about what June had mentioned to her about 'Sheila' having a possible, relapse or breakdown. Thereafter, 'Ann Eaton' phoned 'Sheila' up and asked her if she was 'having one of her funny turns'?

I say this because amongst the handwritten notes belonging to 'Ann Eaton', there is reference to this..
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[color=blue][i]'Are you having one of your turns'?[/i][/color]If what 'Ann Eaton' wrote in her notes are true, concerning a possible call by 'Ann Eaton' to 'Sheila' after the call between 'June and 'Pamela had finished. It's possible that 'Pam' phoned 'Ann Eaton' and told her about what June had mentioned to her about 'Sheila' having a possible, relapse or breakdown. Thereafter, 'Ann Eaton' phoned 'Sheila' up and asked her if she was 'having one of her funny turns'?

I say this because amongst the handwritten notes belonging to 'Ann Eaton', there is reference to this..

' Are you having one of your episodes?
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