the Five Grownups and It IIThe sun was casting its last rays onto the English country side and the four adults and Hillary retired to the small den in the house. Cyril and Robert, being grown men, took up their pipes and talked of politics while Jane sewed and Anetha read. Hilary sat in the nook looking down into the orchard still thinking of how to spend the four or so weeks in the country. Picking apples, strolling thru the small village, wondering about in the woods. Of course every now and then hed get a twitch in his legs letting him know they still wanted to take him running. And even more often he had to restrain his imagination and not let it take off into thoughts that perhaps this sand fairy was real and wish for a magic carpet to take him to Arabia. How silly young boys can be. A wise man once said All impossibility is the limitation of human imagination and here is Hilary chiding himself for letting his imagination have its own way. If he only knew how very far his imagination
Five Grownup's and ItThough the house was still only three miles from the station, before the shiny automobile had rattled along for five minutes, Anetha was already sticking her head out, anxiously waiting to see if the white house, with a green garden and orchard beyond was finally in view. Yet she knew they still had a ways to go. Oh, Cyril this was such wonderful idea. She said drawing her head back inside; her eyes sparkling like sapphires, and smile bending her cheeks. Her sister Jane, being older, was much more stoic. That is, she hid her excitement much better. I must say, brother this was a good idea. She said adjusting her hat. Really, her hat needed no adjustment but much like children play with their hands, or wiggle their feet, grown people need to fiddle with things to seem less anxious than what they really are. Robert, being a captain in the Kings Royal Lancers was excellent at hiding his excitement. His bushy moustache covered his lips, and years of playing poker an
Cold Case File 2Weight: 103lbs
Eye Color: L. Blue- R. White
Hair Color: N/A (bald)
Victim was delivered at 12:33am. Cause of death was determined to be blunt force trauma to the Occipital Lobe, left hemisphere, but her spinal cord was cut, and vertebra crushed just below the base of the skull, both are possible in causing instant death. Her injuries denote that she was attacked from behind and severely beaten with sharp objects as lacerations on her back indicate. This coincides with the speculation of being trampled by a reindeer.
Victim suffered a severe fractured first rib, causing damage to the brachial plexus, and lacerations of the subclavian vessel causing severe internal hemorrhaging, and fractured second rip puncturing the lung causing pneumothorax. Cuts and marks on back, and hoof marks on forehead indicate that Grandma was trampled by possibly a heard of reindeer.
Seven lacerations on back run along the Y axis and are approximately 2mm deep, suggesting the attacker was moving ove
Cold Case FileSalt Lake City Police Department, Homicide Investigation, cold case file division.
Detective Lt. Nathan Michaels
Investigation into the death of one Grandma on the night of December 24, 1994. Case closed by Detective Sergeant Rue Lewis on January 12, 1995. Case re-opened on March 3, 2007.
No arrests were made, and it was assumed that the reindeer were acting out of instinct ruling out homicide, or manslaughter. Grandpa and Me agree that Santa Claus may have been in control of the reindeer at the time of the incident, but since one Michael Jackson saw his mother kissing Santa Claus underneath the mistletoe that night at the same time of the incident, Santa was never investigated. Detective Sergeant Lewis closed the case after minor investigation.
On the night of December 24, 1994, Grandma was run over by a Reindeer walking home from the Ohur house at around 23:55 local time. The next morning she was found face down in the snow with hoof pr
If I could do it all over.June 18th, 2005. Ill never forget that day; it was the first day of a new beginning for me. I was optimistic, hopeful, confident, and anxious to take on the challenge that Id placed before myself. June 18th 2005 was the day I passed the Armed Services Aptitude Battery with a high enough score to join the Marines. Not much of a challenge really, but the fact that Id scored higher than Id ever expected was something to celebrate, so I did. John, Chrissy, Melissa and I went to the beach that day to celebrate our future. We stayed until sundown and then I fell asleep in Melissas lap on the way home.
July 28th 2005. One day before my twenty first birthday I went to MEPS to sign all the paper work, swear an oath and pick a job. I was in. 0311, infantry, no sign on bonus- I wasnt doing it for the money, a six year contract to the US Marine Corps to serve my country with Honor and Fidelity and to fight all enemies of the government, foreign and domestic, and