I knew there had to be a catch. Now I'm wondering about the disembodied voice of Red John. If this is the Red John, something tells me maybe two people went to Jane's house 11 years ago. It has to be some kind of head set he's wearing.
I went back and looked at the scene where the flash goes off. The flash is extremely bright and it is white light. It was not the flash that comes from a shot gun. This flash lit the room up. In the area where the flash went off there was another area. I believe there was a 7th person there that tossed in a concussion grenade. These grenades can cause a person to be knocked out when used in close quarters. I believe Stiles, Haffner and McAllister are still alive. McAllister could be dead because he was with the Blake Association. That explosion and fire should have killed everybody. If not from being blown up, then from being burned or from smoke inhalation. The whole room was charred. Burnt black. Someone knocked them out, removed the bodies, blew up the place and then set the crime scene. Smith had blood coming out of his ears, which is another sign of the grenade use. What ever took place in that room, Jane knows or will remember but he won't tell. What ever happened there is what caused him to go to that church. He was looking for something. He knows something about Red John that we don't. It could be location related and the fact that Red John hides behind religions and / or cultism.
That is hilarious!
There is no way Heller came this far to go out like this! The best is yet to come! Tigers sneak up on their prey from behind and they don't like wide open spaces. They crouch in tall grass and hide behind trees when preying. Why would Red John just all of a sudden step out of the shadows. Man the writers all most got me! Terds! Don't go to sleep people. Those writers wouldn't let Jane find peace in his afterlife! Us either. Think about it.
Comment modified at November 18, 2013 06:22
I really think Heller and co. Went this route because they have to get us to believe it's over. Jane will get a real piece of Red John but he won't get Red John. He will even believe he got him at first but something will make him doubt. This time know one will believe him and will think he's really crazy. These writers didn't mess up. There is too much missing information. We pay close, close attention to detail and so do they. I'm going to wait until the final curtain. This is far from over.
Comment modified at November 18, 2013 06:11
I feel really conflicted about all of this and when I get this feeling, it's because I smell a rat and a big one. I will not be lulled to sleep by the up front set up or double con. I'll be watching the show from now on with one eye open! I ain't going!
Comment modified at November 18, 2013 06:02
They are doing this after only eight episodes. Nope, I..... Ain't....... Drinking........ The...... Kool aid........! 1+1=2 but this junk ain't adding up. I was born at night but I wasn't born last night!
So now the three missing people from the crime scene and Bret Partridge are back in play. I say Partridge because there was no reason to remove the tattoo. The only reason someone would do that is to make you think the body had a tattoo when it didn't. The tattoo appeared to be removed with a scalpel. Red herrings, truth or lies. Something tells me Red John won't be killed until episode 22. There is too much now you see him, now you don't. Jane made a court and jury believe he killed Red John, all while acting as his own lawyer. So maybe now it's Red John's turn to make the world think he's dead. Then he returns at the end for the big show down. Right now this is the only thing that would make sense of things. There will probably be something in Ecuador that tips him off. Cause something is off kilter.
Their better be a good explanation for all this stuff and I mean stuff. Don't get me wrong, I love the show! But I get the since that all the mystery stuff is some how going to be played down. All the philosophical ideologies are going to be the nonsensical ravings of a simple minded lunatic. A man who had so many people helping him that he only seemed mysterious.
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