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message 1: by Chelsea (new)

Chelsea | 562 comments Sorry, one more question that I wanted to ask... Did the blue thread have any significance? Did Harry Block's henchman really need to sew their lips shut? I thought it would explain Iit more, but I was left hanging at the end. Wasn't killing them enough? And why blue both times? Thoughts?


message 2: by Pam (new)

Pam | 218 comments I had the same question!


message 3: by Cindy (new)

Cindy | 522 comments I just thought it was to show the murders were related to the union organization. Like they sawed their lips to represent that they "talked too much". But maybe it was more than that - thinking about the blue thread...?


message 4: by Cindy (new)

Cindy | 522 comments And that's a great question Chelsea!


message 5: by Chelsea (new)

Chelsea | 562 comments I was thinking that he had serial killer tendencies! Ha! For whatever reason, it was definitely to send a message. But he probably didn't think a crazy wacko professor would find her and keep her body ... I doubt that was his target audience.


message 6: by Carol (new)

Carol  Jones-Campbell (cajonesdoa) | 690 comments Mod
Hmmm. That gives me the absolute willies to read your thought about that. Oooooh! Been trying to think where that train of thought may have come from, but still gives me the creeps.


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