Delphiniums and Fuhrman
These screen shots are from movies associated with Mark Fuhrman and Laura Hart's screenplay collaboration, Fuhrman's Murder in Brentwood book, his Murder in Greenwich movie and the Mothers poem photo signed "Adam and Ali." Details and reference links The Smoking Gun 3, Special Chapter: Delphiniums, O.J. and Fuhrman
Maggie (Margaret) Grace is Martha Elizabeth Moxley
An amnesiac looks identical to a murder victim called Margaret. Grace is the name that her private detective Mike Church calls her.
O.J. is Mike, a private detective looking for a missing woman. He finds her dead. First he finds one of the dead woman's shoes.
Professor Charles Lattimore wrote a bestseller about a doctor who murdered his wife. He was the prosecution's star witness because he found key documents in the doctor's house that only the killer and the police knew about. Only after he is framed for murdering a female student he meets at the party and then the rival for his estranged wife Laura's affections does he learn that the real killer, also at the party, is the police detective who led the murder investigation he wrote about in his bestseller.
Dead Woman's Shoes 1985
Susan Montgomery was murdered by her husband. Her vengeful spirit takes over the bodies of women who wear her shoes.
A Killing Affair 1977
O.J. Simpson and Elizabeth Montgomery are LAPD detectives investigating a murder. They become adulterous lovers.
Murder in Greenwich has a dying woman named Anne holding a rosary and a Catholic informant named Southerlyn. Fuhrman gives the name Lancaster to a composite character in his movie. He signs his name on the permission form to go to Greenwich in red ink the way serial killer Jack the Ripper did. The more you know about Dearborn Michigan and the Ford family in the first three quarter of the 20th century the less sarcastic Fuhrman's crack about being a "genocidal racist" as he signs the document becomes. You need to know at least this much to appreciate what the death notice screen shot from The Rosary Murders has to do with Mark Fuhrman, racism, the name Anne (Mary, Catherine and Anne were names of Jack the Ripper victims) and his 1971 Ford truck . The delphiniums have to do with Fuhrman's Murder in Brentwood elaboration on his first encounter with O.J. and Nicole (in the yard with the delphiniums ) where he suggests she was committing suicide by not filing a crime report against O.J.
The Rosary Murders 1978
Donald Sutherland is a Catholic priest forced to play detective to stop a serial killer who blames the Church for his daughter's suicide. He breaks into the girl's room looking for clues. The delphiniums are on the wallpaper. As the priest leaves the killer's house you see a close-up on the kitchen drapes of hibiscuses flowers that look similar to larkspurs.
The only clue to the identity of a killer who can control the minds of others is a mysterious name on a peace of paper. The name is Adam Hart. The detective in charge is Mark. George Hamilton's knee in the photo with Suzanne Pleshette is pointing off screen to the delphiniums.