Saturday, 30 July 2011

48 Hours Mystery

I've been a little addicted lately to watching 48 Hours Mystery programs online...why? Not sure...morbid curiosity? Maybe....I know there is evil in this world, and that I probably come in contact with "monsters" (and have, maybe one day I'll post about it) ...chances are that it happens more often than we probably realize, or want to know.

Anyway, this story really has so many special qualities about it, that I want to share it with anyone and everyone who happens here, by the Lord's will and leading:

Live to Tell: River's Edge

Get your hankies out...


  1. What a story! Danielle is such a lovely young lady, even still. I'm so glad that they were able to find the guy, too. I'll bet he thought he was going to get away with it. It is such a miracle that they survived.

  2. Hi Ma,

    Yes, this is such an inspiring story. She prayed. There are other survivor stories at that site where the survivor mentions "I prayed to God..." and then clarity of thought and a way out. Then the hunter (or fisherman?) happened to be nearby, and they both are shot in the head and yet both still can think and walk and talk and still pretty much look like they did prior to this awful event in their lives... so their "outside" looks the same, but their "inside" is so different, the internal scars and struggles to cope and understand.

    It's so inspiring and yet so scary that these things happen, that there are very scary people "out there", and without God's providence and protection we all have the potential to go over to "the dark side"...

    I'll post more about that...


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