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Let's not forget about Alexia Shultz either.

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Kristina Frye, could she be a string puller? Yes. She tried to pull Jane's strings. I found her to be rather manipulative and verbally abusive with Jane. She tried to horn in on his action. She maliciously tried to cause mental anguish by telling him his wife and child didn't feel any pain when Jane knew the opposite was true. She is sleezy and greedy. Here's my only problem with her, why would she choose to sit in a mental institution for years in a catatonic state as opposed to being out scamming people. I'll admit she did leave her home under some suspicious circumstances. Cops watching the house means front and back. Rationalgal, why do you see K. Frye as the most likely female suspect? I could see her getting into bed with Red John, but why the catatonic act? How does that serve her in deception? How can we tie K. Frye to what has been going on. How do we connect her to Red John besides the possible kidnapping?

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@Rationalgal, I'm running everything up the flagpole, even the people I like. Here is something interesting I was turning over. We talk alot about plot holes but I found something that has been running since season 3. In Strawberries and cream 1 & 2, there has been a consistency in all lists that were presented and those people on the list are now dead. Season 3 1) Brenda Shettdrick 2) Gale Bertram 3) J.J. Le Roache 4) Asvaldo Ardiles 5) Craig O' Laughlin This is the list from the third season. Who was killed in season six? Le Roache and Ardiles. Here's something else I found interesting. Rigsby told O'Laughlin where Hightower was and Van Pelt was the last one Lisbon talked to on the phone and gave her location to before she was put in the bomb vest. Also in this same episode Le Roache shoots and kills the gas station attendant Gupta who was working for Red John. What's even stranger is that when Jane was in court there was a camera shot of Jane with Van Pelt featured in the background. Next, there has been a consistency and connection to everyone who has quoted Blake in the series. Cho quoted Blake like he wrote it. Le Roache was familiar with the poem Bertram quoted and they are both dead. Also there seems to have been two different groups in the CBI. One was Blake and the other one must have been Visualize. These two groups were working independently of each other. There is no way with all this dirt going on that the inner CBI circle remained untouched. In the episode White as the driven Snow what were we really looking at? We saw Rigspelt being targeted for a kill, twice. It was showy and somewhat unbelievable wasn't it? And they never were killed. Why is that? Now we know Rigsby should by all rights be dead. So for me it was unbelievable, showy and there were a lot of strange occurrences that didn't add up. Like, once Ardiles and Le Roache were dead the killings stopped. Why? There is no way Haibach knew all twelve people on the list. Since it doesn't make since, I'm going to say it wasn't suppose to make sense and I don't believe it. Here's the biggest thing I don't believe. That Van Pelt, being a former cop would not go to a main road to look for help once she freed herself. I also think it's interesting that Rigspelt was removed from the series. There's some real strange occurrences here for sure.

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I think the person behind Red John will be a women. They have shown women as such victims that the only outcome I can see is that it's a women or someone from the inner circle. I wouldn't be surprised if It turns out to be Lisbon. Don't get excited, it's just speculation. Another way for Heller to make the other half happy. He could go there, she is the only other person that knows him. Wouldn't it be a great shocking finale? I have a feeling he is going to finish this in a shocking way. If the series is going to end, why not go out with a shocking bang. We already got the guy new life and the girl. We already got new life Jane. The only other thing left to do is reverse it. I have a favorite saying, when you least expect it, expect it! What ever happens, it fully looks like Stiles, Visualize and a women.

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I'm for sure that the names weren't on the graves because he fully expected to die. Once he was dead all the dates were to be put on the graves. Mystery resolved. It amazes me how they expect us to know that or figure certain things out. It's either that or we've gotten good at reading between the lines.

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@HA559, I have been waiting for you to post. I hope you haven't changed your mind. Then I want to add my two cents in about K. Frye.

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Yep, that's what I think too. We can put this one to bed.

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So what it looks like is Red John went on a killing spree trying to hurt Jane, scare him and get him to make him back off. I don't really see anything else here. If you do add it in.

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Maybe all this was, was an attempt to break Jane down and nothing more. Maybe the information did come from Sophie Miller. Another game to misdirect the search and make Jane feel guilty on two levels.

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Rationalgal, I think I know what the message behind killing Lee Lee is. The killing of Lee Lee made Jane go back home. The social worker said Red John just had to have Lee Lee. The memory in Jane's head was of a proud father playing with his little girl. Daddy's little girl. Lee Lee never meant anything to Jane personally except a happy memory. Why try and kill this memory, what would be the point of it? What if this was really a message? Where is the memory? It's IN Jane's memory. What is the memory of? Daddy's happy little girl. So what if this is the message....... IN MEMORY OF DADDY'S HAPPY LITTLE GIRL. The only connection I can make here is two things; 1) this was a taunt for killing Jane's daughter or 2) it's a message from Angela's father. But I can't see why a father would kill a grandchild and his own daughter. And I don't have a connection for this to Angela's father. But the message does seem to indicate 1 or 2. Anybody want to take a guess?