Tuesday, March 20, 2007

R.I.P. Wade Steffey.

It's Wade.

So, how did he get into a room so locked and off-limits that nobody thought to search it when they were looking for him in January?

His death has been ruled "accidental," but I still have a lot of questions. I'm sure his family does, as well.

My condolences go out to the family and friends of the boy with the Laci Peterson smile.


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  2. Totally inappropriate, and if you think I'm going to let you put a link to your blog here with a comment like that, you've got another think coming.

  3. I've been following this case over at sack of monkeys in my pocket, both as a true crime buff and as a Boilermaker myself.

    The story? I ain't buying it.

    There is just too much wrong, too much that simply does not make sense. This is from personal experience here, having lived in the residence halls for three years myself.

    The timing is weird, too. Wade disappeared over a break, and he reappeared after a break. Both times when campus is virtually deserted.

    When a body is electrocuted, the body cooks. That's gross, but it's true. And does that ever smell to high heaven. SURELY someone would have smelled something.

    What about the cadaver dogs?

    What about the cell phone?

    What about the fifty dollars he supposedly withdrew earlier that evening?

    Who made the phone call about the "pinging" noise?

  4. All very good questions, to which I hope we have some answers soon.

  5. I read a suggestion that the use of fabric softener masked the smell.

    ~Yeah, right!~