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Itís hard for me not to think of Fuhrmanís stick without thinking of the wooden cross that Christ was nailed to and the piece of wood in the Vatican that is thought to be a relic of that cross. Letís not forget that Jesus Christ, the lamb of got (look for the lambs in Fuhrmanís move) was executed for a crime he did not commit. Letís not forget the killerís bloody gloves (the nail through Christís hands) and the bloody shoeprints (the nails through his feet). In Murder in Greenwich a man steps on a blood leaf).
In Murder in Brentwood Fuhrman mentioned the nail hole. He did not mention the nail. Instead, he made an elaborate point of deducing what kind of nail it was from the rust around the hole. In Fuhrmanís movie the actor portraying him (Chris) talks about ďnailingĒ somebody more than once.
If you can e-mail me a picture I would certainly appreciate it. I must warn you, though, that I have a problem with my e-mail (again!!!). I donít get most of my attachments. When the message consists only of a name and address along with an attachment, all I get is the name and address.
I made three extra copies of the Murder in Greenwich movie that I taped. If youíd like one I will send it to you. There are, as you have noted, many connections to O.J. and Nicole other than the obvious ones. Look for details like Michel Skakelís red cowboy hat with the gold band/O.J.ís red sombrero in The Naked Gun 2 1/2. There are even more connections to other movies, especially made-for-television mysteries and thrillers that predate the Bundy murders. The Manchurian Candidate, The Rosary Murders and Swamp Thing are notable exceptions. They were not made for television.
If anyone else (Lollie? Jean?) is serious about exploring the ďFuhrman at the MoviesĒ aspect of the Moxley case please let me know. Itís the most important discovery Iíve made (how often do you find a true gateway into somebodyís subconscious mind?) and I have gotten little feedback on it. ĖJasper