I've just finished *Dead Air* and found it very good. Some things I want to mention. As far as I'm concerned everything points to Seedman as the culprit. I think the fact that Jodi confided he nearly date-raped her after the surprise party is very significant. I think he finally realized at that point that his feelings for her were not going to be reciprocated. Also, people seem to die around him, don't they? Pruinn suicide? After he'd gotten upset with him for dancing with Jodi? Thefact he was so flustered when speaking to police--couldn't even recall his last name? Then woke the gal who stayed with him the next day to say he had to go to work suddenly but didn't take his work van? Strange isn't it? Also, for someone to grab and manhandle a fit, 28 y/o woman like he did, he would have to be very strong as he was. I think the blood was from Jodi biting his hand when it was put over his mouth. Was he ever checked for any injuries? On a tangential note, I read about this Devak character (spelling?) who was a known killer and his ex and child lived right below Seedman in the duplex. That is intriguing but just a coincidence I feel. The saddest part is it NEVER should have happened. Jodi knew she was being stalked, had even had escorts to work before by the police. There should have been someone meeting her every morning or picking her up so that she was never alone in the dark like that. Someone around her should have had the sense to say "you're in danger possibly and we need to take some steps." One more item. In the book she states that some feel she was alive 36 hours after the kidnapping. Does anyone know why this was stated? I read the book quick and may have missed the reasoning behind that. Jim
I do not recall the 36 hour reference in the book. But I suspect it was some hypothetical about Jodi surviving x number of hours after her abduction.
I believe some psychics believe she may have been kept alive for up to 36 hours after her abduction.
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