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From: Miss Marple
Time: 6:39:23 PM
I am probably the only person on the continent who hasn't seen The Wizard of OZ. Where I grew up we watched Pippi Longstocking and read Hans Christian Andersen. So you have to give me some more clues.
I watched the Fuhrman animation and think I see what you mean with his scenario not being that stupid after all. At least not the time line. If O.J. hadn't been seen by Park going IN the door at about 10.58 it could have worked. O.J. would have had plenty of time to shower and clean up.
Whole bunch of questions, though. Fuhrman had to explain the thumps and so he had O.J. run behind the garage and hit Kato's air conditioner (and make a funny three thump dance and somehow loose the remaining glove) on his way around the house to get into the house through the patio door. I understand this door can only be opened from the inside (like most patio doors), didn't he know? And that O.J. had a master key that even according to Fuhrman's theory opened the maid's entrance and let him stare at himself in the mirror for 18 minutes before entering front door and be seen by Park anyway.
So the question is, is it possible that we should add to Fuhrman's personality traits a total inability to let go. In other words, he had a plan, it didn't quite work out, but it should have?