The Staircase's owl theory explained - all the evidence - News US

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The Staircase's owl theory explained - all the evidence - News US

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omystarz z 2 months ago
That poor woman. The owl 🦉
Thomas Wind 2 months ago
Why is everyone using my artwork without permision?
Pommie bears 4 months ago
Surely, if exhumed, you’d find scratches on the skull. Small divets possibly from The talons.
Chuck Summers 4 months ago
who?
jeff17011701 6 months ago
The owl theory is compelling and I believe it is probably the cause and explains a lot. The fact that nobody took it seriously at the time of the trial or considered it too late is a real shame and may have cause this man to lose 15 years of his life for nothing. Scalp wounds bleed a lot and very well explains the volume of blood found in the stairwell. A real sad story for all.
Em Radford 7 months ago
Stupid computer voice
Gordon Stevenson 8 months ago
I believe this 100 percent. I had a friend attacked by an owl that left almost identical clase like scratches to her neck. The talons were sharp enough to cut their get jacket and tshirt she was wearing that night and left her with deep abrasions.
Liu Kai 8 months ago
To those with doubt: The most likely reason that you doubt the theory that an owl did this is because you have an incorrect understanding of it. The area where the attack would have occurred is in the front yard of the house, completely opposite to where Michael would have been (by the pool). There's no way he would have seen it nor heard it. The attack would have only taken seconds when Kathleen ran into the house (leaving two drops of blood on the brick walkway leading up to it and a small smear on the door latch). She was badly injured and possibly unaware of how severe the cuts were. She most likely chose to go to the stairs as she was feeling faint and weak, and it was the closest stoop where she could sit and possibly gather herself. She then passed out from the sudden loss of blood and likely lay on the stair for a period of 45 minutes to 2 hours. Within that time, her heart pumped very rapidly as last attempt to stay alive, jolting her back into consciousness, perhaps more than once, and she attempted to get back to her feet (which explains why there was blood on the bottoms). However, the massive blood loss was too much and she plopped back down, creating blood spatter on the walls. When Michael found her, he likely stradled her body to lift her and as he kneeled down, dropped his foot, and it smacked into the blood, creating the small spatter pattern on the inside of his shorts and on his shoes. Aside from all of this (and there's much more), condsider the other corroborating physical evidence: 1)The wounds on the back of her head are identical in size, shape, and orientation to the talon impressions of an owl. 2) It's the nature of these wild creatures when they attack people to unsuspectingly swoop down and strike the back or top of a person's head. 3) The little nicks and cuts on her eyebrow and nose are completely consistent to injuries from other owl attacks in both the location and severity of the injuries. 4) Microscipic owl feathers were found in her hands wrapped around strands of her own hair that were pulled out by the root. 5) Owls are very prevalent in that area (Durham, NC) and owl attacks are not extremely uncommon. 6) The time of year (in December) that the attack occurred is peak owl mating season and the males are often hormonal, agressive, territorial and may attack completely unprovoked as a show of dominance. 7) It was late at night, when owls are at their most active state. 8) Their property is secluded in the woods. 9) There are numerous cases, pictures and vidoes of owls attacking people, and it's completely consistent with the nature of these attacks, just much more severe. Many survivors of owl attacks have said that they feared for their lives, describing it as vicious and unrelenting, and felt very fortunate it didn't turn out worse.
Christina Burnley 4 months ago
but what about the first wife that died in almost the same manner with the same lacerations? an owl is to blame there as well? the same owl? or a different owl? seriously.
Joyce Sachs 5 months ago
Liu Kai, your explanation makes much more sense than anything I have heard or read. The accusations made against him were nonsense.
Brittany E 7 months ago
Liu Kai you’re obsessed. 😂
Alex West 8 months ago
If it was an owl how did it get inside the house and then leave the house?
76 Remix 5 months ago
Alex West owls can fly. they have wings. most likely the damage was done outside and the owl never entered the house
Saffron Sugar 8 months ago
The most bombastic intro ever! This theory says she was attacked by an owl OUTSIDE of her house. That would mean that, after Mr. Peterson saw her walk inside, she would have had to exit the house from another door, been attacked by an owl, walked back inside without leaving blood ANYWHERE in the house (save for one tiny spot in the kitchen) until she got into the stairwell. Instead of alerting her husband she mounted the stairs, where she would’ve begun shaking her head violently leaving splatter marks and then have fallen, bleeding profusely? This is the only time that I’ve heard about droplets outside.
Liu Kai 8 months ago
Saffron Sugar The reason you doubt the theory that an owl did this is because you have an incorrect understanding of it. The area where the attack would have occurred is in the front yard of the house, completely opposite to where Michael would have been (by the pool). There's no way he would have seen it nor heard it. The attack would have only taken seconds when Kathleen ran into the house (leaving two drops of blood on the brick walkway leading up to it and a small smear on the door latch). She was badly injured and possibly unaware of how severe the cuts were. She most likely chose to go to the stairs as she was feeling faint and weak, and it was the closest stoop where she could sit and possibly gather herself. She then passed out from the sudden loss of blood and likely lay on the stair for a period of 45 minutes to 2 hours. Within that time, her heart pumped very rapidly as last attempt to stay alive, jolting her back into consciousness, perhaps more than once, and she attempted to get back to her feet (which explains why there was blood on the bottoms). However, the massive blood loss was too much and she plopped back down, creating blood spatter on the walls. When Michael found her, he likely stradled her body to lift her and as he kneeled down, dropped his foot, and it smacked into the blood, creating the small spatter pattern on the inside of his shorts and on his shoes. Aside from all of this (and there's much more), condsider the other corroborating physical evidence: 1)The wounds on the back of her head are identical in size, shape, and orientation to the talon impressions of an owl. 2) It's the nature of these wild creatures when they attack people to unsuspectingly swoop down and strike the back or top of a person's head. 3) The little nicks and cuts on her eyebrow and nose are completely consistent to injuries from other owl attacks in both the location and severity of the injuries. 4) Microscipic owl feathers were found in her hands wrapped around strands of her own hair that were pulled out by the root. 5) Owls are very prevalent in that area (Durham, NC) and owl attacks are not extremely uncommon. 6) The time of year (in December) that the attack occurred is peak owl mating season and the males are often hormonal, agressive, territorial and may attack completely unprovoked as a show of dominance. 7) It was late at night, when owls are at their most active state. 8) Their property is secluded in the woods. 9) There are numerous cases, pictures and vidoes of owls attacking people, and it's completely consistent with the nature of these attacks, just much more severe. Many survivors of owl attacks have said that they feared for their lives, describing it as vicious and unrelenting, and felt very fortunate it didn't turn out worse.
brookin 8 months ago
Saffron Sugar - he was down at the swimming pool. He couldn't see the house from there and the fountain was on and loud enough to drown out a decent amount of noise.
The Walking Dave 8 months ago
The lacerations are much more consistent with an owl attack than a beating. A beating severe enough to knock someone unconscious but not leave any contusions or fractures is bizarre. Micro-feathers were found in clumps of hair Kathleen pulled from her hair. The blood splatter would be consistent with her shaking her head. I think all the prejudicial evidence allowed with no reasonable explanation of how the lacerations occurred, condemned Peterson. The Owl Theory makes the most sense, not the least.
The Walking Dave 7 months ago
If an owl attacked me, there would be a dead owl at the bottom of the staircase. I would think there would be feathers but honestly don't know if there should be. Maybe there were some smaller feathers, plumage that got stuck to bottom of soles of shoes with the blood. Feathers or not, the lacerations aren't consistent with a blunt force trauma.
Saffron Sugar 8 months ago
The Walking Dave you make good points. But, if a person was attacked by an owl, in a stairwell (struggling and violently shaking their head) wouldn’t there be an actual owl feather or 2?! I mean, more than some micro feathers?
wothangclang 8 months ago
I dont believe