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Pill Cosby 313  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x10
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How tf is this real man……
 

 
I need the tv on to sleep (something about the noise and the fact I’ve been doing it since a teenager) so lately I’ve been watching tubi because it doesn’t ask if I’m still watching like paid streaming services. I turn on this show called Bizarre murders

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Dude finds out his wife is cheating and takes out a huge policy on her and hires a hit man. Said hit man does recon on social media and finds wife. Stalks page until he catches her location goes and k*lls her disposes of body. Come to find out he hasn’t k*lled the wife he k*lled a woman with the same name as the wife that looks alike and lives in the same city. Said hit man then doubles back chokes wife unconscious. As he drives off she wakes up and realizes what’s happening and calls 911. Once hitman realizes she isn’t dead he finishes the job and discards body in same place.

So as I’m watching it I’m like damn i thought this was based on true sh*t and googled it. That’s when i realized it is real. They just changed the name and how the story played out. But this is some wild as sh*t.

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In a city of two million people, two women who shared the name of Mary Morris were murdered within just a few days of each other. Coincidence or is something more sinister at play?

On Oct. 12, 2000, bank loan officer Mary Lou Morris left her suburban Houston home and went to work. She never arrived at the office. Her husband tried to contact her all day. By 5 p.m., he had reported the 48-year-old as missing.

An ATV rider found Morris’ body later that evening in her car along a remote stretch of road three miles from her house. Her body was burned so badly that forensic scientists needed tooth fragments to identify her. No one robbed the devoted wife and mother, and there was no motive nor an explanation for her murder.
Everyone who knew the bank loan officer said she was friendly and outgoing. She had no enemies.
Three days later another Mary Morris suffered a violent end. Like the previous k*lling, 39-year-old Mary McGinnis Morris died in her car in a remote area a few miles from her home. She even looked like the other Mary Morris. Unlike the other murder, this one had two suspects.

On the afternoon of Oct. 16, 2000, clinic nurse Mary McGinnis Morris became panicked by someone she saw at a drugstore on the way home from work. She made a frantic 911 call, during which the victim was beaten to death and then shot. Authorities found her body in her vehicle along a remote stretch of road.
In the weeks leading up to the murder of Mary McGinnis Morris, she and her husband were having marital difficulties. In addition to that, a new coworker at the clinic, a male nurse, began to creep her out. At one point, she found her stuff re-arranged and a note that said “death to her” on her desk. Morris a*sumed her coworker marked her for death because he was recently fired.
Shaken, the nurse asked her husband for a gun for protection. Mike Morris showed her how to shoot the gun in case anything happened. His training did her little good. The murderer made her death appear as if it was a suicide, but authorities knew better. Investigators observed telltale signs of struggle as if Mary McGinnis Morris tried to fend off her a*sailant.

Police interviewed both the male coworker and Mike Morris in the death of the second Mary Morris. The male coworker was a suspect because he seemed to blame the woman for his firing and tried to discredit her. Mike Morris was also a suspect because of how he acted after detectives contacted him.
Mike Morris told police he was at the movies with his daughter during his wife’s murder. He refused to take a polygraph test to back up his story and he wouldn’t let police interview his daughter. Shortly after his wife’s murder, he hired an attorney. The nurse had a life insurance policy worth $700,000 at the time of her death.

There were also two suspicious phone calls that lend credence to a hit gone wrong with the first murder. Mike Morris made a four-minute call shortly before his wife’s murder. He claimed he was calling her cell phone to try to get a hold of her, but she never answered.
Authorities believe he was calling the hitman he hired to k*ll her, and the man was supposed to answer the woman’s cellphone. Mike Morris claimed the phone company made a mistake with the length of the call.
Another phone call happened in between both murders. Someone allegedly called the Houston Chronicle to say the murder of the first Mary Morris was a mistake. No one knows who made that phone call.

The first Mary Morris had her wedding ring removed from her finger. That’s one way a hitman proves to his employer that he finished the job. Detectives also noted that both murderers attempted to cover up the crime scenes.
The first crime scene was a burned-out car, while someone made the second to look like a suicide. Both murders happened in remote locations so there would be no witnesses.
Despite the circumstantial evidence against two people with regards to the second murder, no one has been charged in either crime nearly 20 years later. Police could find no direct evidence linking the two murders. Legally, local authorities call the murders of two people with the same name within three days of each other a coincidence.

Jay Morris, the husband of Mary Lou Morris, says the odds of two people named Mary Morris k*lled in the same city (population: two million in 2000) within a few days of each other are astronomical. Unfortunately, a lack of evidence, no confession, and lack of a murder weapon doomed both cases in a court of law.
Mary Lou Morris on the left Mary McGinnis Morris on the right
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 2 months ago '13        #2
THEDONN  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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Damn i remember the days of going to sleep with tv or radio on

Need that silent now
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 2 months ago '04        #3
killnarmy 
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Sounds like it could make for a good movie... I like movies based on actual events.
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 2 months ago '20        #4
Xiox  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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No real man sleeps with the tv on or night light
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 2 months ago '05        #5
Sizzler01  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x8
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 THEDONN said
Damn i remember the days of going to sleep with tv or radio on

Need that silent now
not me.. i need that fan noise..

my grand pops used to sleep with the tv on.. as soon as i turned it off.. he would wake up and turn it back on....
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 2 months ago '13        #6
THEDONN  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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 Sizzler01 said
not me.. i need that fan noise..

my grand pops used to sleep with the tv on.. as soon as i turned it off.. he would wake up and turn it back on....
Fam of course the fan on

I said tv or music I need silent when I sleep now

 2 months ago '19        #7
unit321  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x23
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 Pill Cosby 313 said
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Mary Lou Morris on the left Mary McGinnis Morris on the right

Neither are worth posting their glam pics in the Thotties section.
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 2 months ago '04        #8
mt fuji 
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Damn... Is 700K worth your soul?
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 2 months ago '05        #9
Sizzler01  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x8
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 THEDONN said
Fam of course the fan on

I said tv or music I need silent when I sleep now
im saying. i need the fan noise for me to sleep. I hear ringing when its silent. So i need that humming sound to drown that out...
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 2 months ago '17        #10
92baby 
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 Xiox said
No real man sleeps with the tv on or night light
What if I just pass out

I hate lights on personally I love that pitch black darkness when I sleep

That darkness your eyes gotta adjust just to Kinda see some sh*t
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 2 months ago '13        #11
THEDONN  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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 Sizzler01 said
im saying. i need the fan noise for me to sleep. I hear ringing when its silent. So i need that humming sound to drown that out...
I got them ringing in my ears too

The fan drains out my neighbors noise thru apartment wall


 2 months ago '20        #12
MrDarkCloud  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
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 92baby said
What if I just pass out

I hate lights on personally I love that pitch black darkness when I sleep

That darkness your eyes gotta adjust just to Kinda see some sh*t
This is me. There have been times when I legit passed out with every light and TV in the house on.

But generally, I like it pitch Black. And NO noise besides the fan. Might even have my window open for circulation. Dark, cool, and relatively quiet. It's the only way.
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 2 months ago '17        #13
92baby 
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 MrDarkCloud said
This is me. There have been times when I legit passed out with every light and TV in the house on.

But generally, I like it pitch Black. And NO noise besides the fan. Might even have my window open for circulation. Dark, cool, and relatively quiet. It's the only way.
On god

Really and truly I think our body get better sleep when it’s total darkness
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 2 months ago '15        #14
CALL AGAIN 
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Yeah i never fall asleep purposely with the tv on. I do like I have done since a kid go to sleep with my crazy existential radio shows i been listening to since a teen on. Sometimes they hit hard and I be having the wildest dreams and wake up feeling like this world ain’t real or on some crazy paranoia for a good half hour like simon pegg in a fantastic fear of everything. That’s when I know it was a good one.
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 2 months ago '13        #15
mynam3isearl 
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Lately I’ve been hitting up youtube, and I’ll turn on some rain with black screen. So it’s dark in the room, but still some form of light with some sound, got me sleeping like a baby
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 2 months ago '11        #16
Tony Franks  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
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i need to read the OP. But for now imma say "it can be hard as hell to fall asleep without the tv/youtube on"
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 2 months ago '17        #17
justin747  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
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 Pill Cosby 313 said
I need the tv on to sleep (something about the noise and the fact I’ve been doing it since a teenager)
To each their own, but this would probably be better to sleep to instead of murder pr0n




 2 months ago '17        #18
KingLogic 
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Hitman was on some real life Terminator sh*t.





What, this dude just looked up the name online and goigled the address? Dumb mf
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 2 months ago '05        #19
ChickzNKickz 
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This case was on Unsolved Mysteries back in the day (2002)
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 2 months ago '19        #20
LungStrongDC 
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This thread got hi-jacked lol but damn this definitely was on Unsolved Mysteries ppl are evil mane smh so they never found the hitman or nobody got charged?? I wonder how many of those Unsolved Mysteries cases got solved by now
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 2 months ago '14        #21
Aquas 
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 92baby said
What if I just pass out

I hate lights on personally I love that pitch black darkness when I sleep

That darkness your eyes gotta adjust just to Kinda see some sh*t
Same. I cant sleep with any doors open either. All the doors in the house have to be closed.
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 2 months ago '13        #22
The Originator 
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Can’t lie, that sleeping with TV on hit right when you are extremely exhausted or when you’re sick and just fade into your sleep while watching something that you know is kinda boring.
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 2 months ago '04        #23
biscuit 
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Stop going to bed with the TV on.
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 2 months ago '14        #24
reelife  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x22
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The only advantage with the tv on is to distract you from noise

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Blafy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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I need the tv and radio off
Super dark room (or little light)

Just give me the sounds of rain, thunder, wind, and then I’m knocked out


Last edited by Blafy; 11-30-2021 at 10:12 AM..
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