What was the most likely scenario for that fateful night? I am trying to recall the scene of that night, but do not have all the details at hand this moment.
I recall she was upset at his treatment, his obsession with her odometer and was in otherwise fine health until she was found on the floor.
I was thinking last week when the person in Sacramento died from water intoxication after the radio contest that Mikey would probably try to resurrect the "she drank several gallons of iced tea" nonsense.
Well, the #1 cause of death and injury to young women is domestic violence. (Subcategory: The #1 cause of death for young pregnant women is murder.) We can rule out #2, automobile accidents. We can rule out diseases. We can rule out suicide or an accidental overdose. We can rule out burns. We can rule out work-related accidents. We can rule out poison and gas. We can rule out poisonous insects or snakes. We can rule out sharks. We can rule out space aliens with ray guns.
We can rule out bulimia, too, but it hardly seems necessary. Nobody even mentions bulimia in morbidity statistics.
She was home sleeping, for crying out loud. One minute she's healthy and asleep, then her husband comes home and THUD, she's on a hallway floor, practically dead.
From some of what I have read (including some of the medical reports posted to the internet), the injuries to her neck, and the position in which she was found (clutching her neck), were consistent with attempted strangulation.