Jump to content
The Education Forum

Dead in Bed


Recommended Posts

Miss X was found dead in her bed in the master bedroom on the third floor of her five-story, 22 room New York townhouse. The police report, signed by Detective John A. Doyle stated “DOA found by Maid Marie Eicher S/A between 12 and 1 PM lying on her back in bed clad in night clothes.” She was wearing extensive makeup “involving the face, neck and upper chest”.

On her lap was a copy of The Honey Badger by Robert Ruark. A witness later explained “she was bathed in the constricted light of a small, overhead reading lamp.” According to the official report, the bed was at her side.

Detective Doyle reported “She was in bed. And next to the bed was an empty vial that had been previously filled with Seconal.” There was also two empty glasses, which had contained alcoholic beverages next to the bed. Dr Charles J. Umberger, director of toxicology at the New York City Medical Examiner’s Office, told his assistant that in the specimen taken from one of the glasses he found “Nembutal”.

According to the autopsy report the maid “went in to awaken deceased at 12 noon and found her unresponsive. Another witness, Marc Sinclaire, her hairdresser, claimed he discovered her body at 12.30. “She was absolutely upright. Her book was in her hand.” He added she was wearing a “bolero-type blouse over a nightgown…. She had her false eyelashes on”. Sinclaire’s account is supported by an account in the Journal-American: “She was found dead when her hairdresser arrived at 12.45 P.M.”

Dr. James L. Luke, who performed the autopsy and certified the death remarked in the New York Herald Tribune (16th November): “He (Luke) said that combining alcohol and sleeping pills was a common alcohol and sleeping pills was a common form of accidental death… She (Miss X) had taken only moderate amounts of alcohol and the drug before her death, Dr. Luke said. He wouldn’t give any figures.”

In an interview given many years later, Dr. Luke claimed that he found 50 cubic centimeters of “pink fluid” found in her stomach. The liquid was sent to toxicology for analysis. He added that if the analysis was done, the results were not made available to him on the formal toxicological report.

The official account was that Miss X committed suicide. However, Marc Sinclaire was convinced she was murdered. Why do you think he came to this conclusion?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

John, It could be said that it was "set up", as the empty bottle of pills was found of Seconal, and the test report came back with Nebutal residue in the empty glass. Im sure both of the drugs are close, but can be found differently by a chemist. Who ever did it, "set her up the way she was found" but drugged her [forced] with a "load" of lethal drugs, more than enough to kill her, along with alchohol residue also in the glass. [there were 2 empty glasses?] I have to assume the pills were her prescription, and not someone elses. The killer used Nembutal, and left the Seconal bottle as evidence. The set up was that she was to have been found "looking good" with eyelashes, make-up, blouse, etc..... indicating that she committed suicide, but wanted to be found looking "glamourous", as Im sure she was vein, to some point. There also is a descrepancy on the "found" times in the reports. I dont know if this had anything to do with it or not. Just my wild guess for now.

thanks-smitty

Link to comment
Share on other sites

John, It could be said that it was "set up", as the empty bottle of pills was found of Seconal, and the test report came back with Nebutal residue in the empty glass. Im sure both of the drugs are close, but can be found differently by a chemist. Who ever did it, "set her up the way she was found" but drugged her [forced] with a "load" of lethal drugs, more than enough to kill her, along with alchohol residue also in the glass. [there were 2 empty glasses?] I have to assume the pills were her prescription, and not someone elses. The killer used Nembutal, and left the Seconal bottle as evidence. The set up was that she was to have been found "looking good" with eyelashes, make-up, blouse, etc..... indicating that she committed suicide, but wanted to be found looking "glamourous", as Im sure she was vein, to some point. There also is a descrepancy on the "found" times in the reports. I dont know if this had anything to do with it or not. Just my wild guess for now.

thanks-smitty

Detective John A. Doyle later checked Miss X's Seconal prescriptions and concluded that she took “no more than two pills”. Dr. James L. Luke also came to the conclusion that Miss X did not die from the Seconal she took. He also refused to rule out the fact she might have been murdered.

I can reveal that the one she spent her time with the evening she died was Ron Pataky. At the time he was a journalist working for the Columbus Citizen-Journal. He is also believed to carry out work for the CIA.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Dorothy Kilgallen?

The information below is from a leftist, propagandist 'history' website which should be stripped from the www and never allowed to be used in citation or secondary evidence anywhere.

Therefore treat this with caution and please no aggressive editing :eek:):P:D:lol:

(1) Kilgallen was not sleeping in her normal bedroom. Instead she was in the master bedroom, a room she had not occupied for several years.

(2) Kilgallen was wearing false eyelashes. According to Sinclaire she always took her eyelashes off before she went to bed.

(3) She was found sitting up with the book, The Honey Badger, by Robert Ruark, on her lap. Sinclaire claims that she had finished reading the book several weeks earlier (she had discussed the book with Sinclaire at the time).

(4) Kilgallen had poor eyesight and could only read with the aid of glasses. Her glasses were not found in the bedroom where she died.

(5) Kilgallen was found wearing a bolero-type blouse over a nightgown. Sinclaire claimed that this was the kind of thing "she would never wear to go to bed".

Happy Christmas to you and yours John. Have a good one!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Dorothy Kilgallen?

The information below is from a leftist, propagandist 'history' website which should be stripped from the www and never allowed to be used in citation or secondary evidence anywhere.

Therefore treat this with caution and please no aggressive editing :eek:):P:D:lol:

(1) Kilgallen was not sleeping in her normal bedroom. Instead she was in the master bedroom, a room she had not occupied for several years.

(2) Kilgallen was wearing false eyelashes. According to Sinclaire she always took her eyelashes off before she went to bed.

(3) She was found sitting up with the book, The Honey Badger, by Robert Ruark, on her lap. Sinclaire claims that she had finished reading the book several weeks earlier (she had discussed the book with Sinclaire at the time).

(4) Kilgallen had poor eyesight and could only read with the aid of glasses. Her glasses were not found in the bedroom where she died.

(5) Kilgallen was found wearing a bolero-type blouse over a nightgown. Sinclaire claimed that this was the kind of thing "she would never wear to go to bed".

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 3 weeks later...
Miss X was found dead in her bed in the master bedroom on the third floor of her five-story, 22 room New York townhouse. The police report, signed by Detective John A. Doyle stated “DOA found by Maid Marie Eicher S/A between 12 and 1 PM lying on her back in bed clad in night clothes.” She was wearing extensive makeup “involving the face, neck and upper chest”.

On her lap was a copy of The Honey Badger by Robert Ruark. A witness later explained “she was bathed in the constricted light of a small, overhead reading lamp.” According to the official report, the bed was at her side.

Detective Doyle reported “She was in bed. And next to the bed was an empty vial that had been previously filled with Seconal.” There was also two empty glasses, which had contained alcoholic beverages next to the bed. Dr Charles J. Umberger, director of toxicology at the New York City Medical Examiner’s Office, told his assistant that in the specimen taken from one of the glasses he found “Nembutal”.

According to the autopsy report the maid “went in to awaken deceased at 12 noon and found her unresponsive. Another witness, Marc Sinclaire, her hairdresser, claimed he discovered her body at 12.30. “She was absolutely upright. Her book was in her hand.” He added she was wearing a “bolero-type blouse over a nightgown…. She had her false eyelashes on”. Sinclaire’s account is supported by an account in the Journal-American: “She was found dead when her hairdresser arrived at 12.45 P.M.”

Dr. James L. Luke, who performed the autopsy and certified the death remarked in the New York Herald Tribune (16th November): “He (Luke) said that combining alcohol and sleeping pills was a common alcohol and sleeping pills was a common form of accidental death… She (Miss X) had taken only moderate amounts of alcohol and the drug before her death, Dr. Luke said. He wouldn’t give any figures.”

In an interview given many years later, Dr. Luke claimed that he found 50 cubic centimeters of “pink fluid” found in her stomach. The liquid was sent to toxicology for analysis. He added that if the analysis was done, the results were not made available to him on the formal toxicological report.

The official account was that Miss X committed suicide. However, Marc Sinclaire was convinced she was murdered. Why do you think he came to this conclusion?

Watch the DVD of Marc's 2000 interview in his Tampa, Florida home. Then you will know. Or contact him. Why do you call Dorothy Kilgallen "Miss X ?"

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Please sign in to comment

You will be able to leave a comment after signing in



Sign In Now
 Share

×
×
  • Create New...