It's weird, but people do it. It's morbid fascination.
When our neighbor's child was murdered, there was a stream of cars past the house for weeks. They'd slow down, point--and some would get out of their cars to look at the crime scene, walk around the yard, stand in the middle of the street to take pictures, try to engage us in conversation about the murder, you name it. It was creepy.
Of course, nothing was as creepy as the media invasion. That was disgusting.
posted on 05/30/2003 7:13:19 AM PDT
To: Catspaw; buffyt
I can understand it if your "in the neighborhood". Heck, I've done it myself, going to the locations related to this case in Richmond and Berkeley. I'm not driving to Modesto, though. That's what I was commenting on, driving 80 miles to see the house is weird.
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