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Re: “Death declaration sought for John Glasgow

This case is so disturbing. I've watched the show twice, and can't believe there was any foul play or rush to have him declared dead just for the purpose of obtaining insurance money. This couple was financially well off, didn'thave any debts, no kids. The wife could have anything she wants without some big insurance payout. I tend to believe John committed suicide, or went somewhere he thought he'd never be found. The little he did leave behind at the house and in his car, combined with the business problems, suggests he meant to be gone permanently. Whether he intended to do it himself or feared someone else would do harm to him or a loved one is anyone's guess. The way John Glasgow is described, I wouldn't be surprised that he couldn't face even the appearance of being a crook. I have known individuals who'd rather be dead than live with a sullied reputation, even if they'd done nothing to deserve it. But to those who say it's not possible for any of us to know about another's character with 100% certainty, you're just wrong. Some people are of such a character and have such an unwavering routine and constant contact with their friends and family that you know something extraordinary and/or suspicious must have taken place. I do understand how a family could want a person declared dead if the search had been as exhaustive as this one was. Even if John Glasgow met with foul play afterward, it's at least clear that he left the house of his own volition. And having a memorial service in such cases becomes a necessary part of a healthy grieving process for those left behind. This situation is very different from one in which there's been an apparent abduction.

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Posted by Lemelia Johnson Bonner on 10/13/2012 at 11:47 AM


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