This is a side-blog originally started in a three part blog called Catfish & Serial Killers: http://zeroprophetblog.wordpress.com/2013/03/18/catfish-serial-killers-part-1/
It’s primary focus is on how the case of “The Gilgo Killer” continues to evolve on different social media sites, as well as in blog sites and amongst web sleuthers.

8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Cheryl
    May 12, 2013 @ 15:27:57

    I changed from Cheryl to Cheryl #1 when another legitimate poster also named Cheryl commented. That’s when I saw for certain how easy it would be for an impersonator.
    I stopped visiting MM7’s site because – how much further down the rabbit hole can you go?


    • zero dinh
      May 12, 2013 @ 19:47:57

      Is this really Cheryl? You have never commented on here before.


    • zero dinh
      May 12, 2013 @ 19:49:05

      Did you get that message I sent you?


  2. linda
    May 13, 2013 @ 06:07:20

    welcome cheryl


  3. JLC
    Aug 06, 2015 @ 13:23:06

    To whoever runs this site please email me curious if you can help me with something I think it would interest you


  4. Tony Calderon
    Feb 08, 2016 @ 09:52:21

    About Mr Hayden’s article on “Vice:”
    1.Did he forget to mention Shannan Gilbert was addicted to heroin?
    It may matter because I think Joseph Brewer (her “john”) had offered her an alcoholic drink) and maybe it negatively interacted with the heroin?
    2. Just one more thing: Michael Pak, was not only Gilbert’s driver, but also her roommate and friend.
    He would drive her to her “dates” and was a source of protection.
    So, why didn’t she run to him and into his vehicle and leave and go home?
    I think he tried to get to her but she ran away from him, wonder why?


    • zero dinh
      Feb 08, 2016 @ 10:17:00

      This is the article in question… i had just read it myself… it was posted on the Shannan FB page and i posted links to this blog since some of what (and who) this article was about is the subject of this blog.
      Now as for these 2 points… i’m not sure they are true. Yes shannan had issues with drugs, but not sure she was a heroion addict… thogh any type of drug and alcohol mix or drugs given without knowledge or even Shannan’s mental state may play into what happened that night with a “negative reaction” like you mention. Also i don’t think Pak was her roommate… i could be wrong, but Shannan lived with her boyfriend. Again thogh your point is still well taken, because they had worked before and she should have ran to him for protection and to get her the hell out of there. there is speculation that they fought over money but still for her to run… again thogh if she was having a negative reaction and having paranoid delusions she might have ran for no reason. my biggest question in these things you bring up are is what took pak so long to get to gus’ house. Shannan ran from brewers house to Gus’, I believe on the phone to 911 the whole time, then Gus called 911… the amount of time shannan was on 911 until gus 911 call should be known by LE, But I’m guessing it took Shannan a moment to run down there while calling 911, bang on the door, gus answer the door call call 911 himself, then Shannan runs off, followed by Pak finally driving up. I can’t help but wonder what was Pak doing, he should have been in the car and down there prety quick. What were he and Brewer talking about? maybe it means nothing, but it’s always been something i questioned. out of so much that happened that night.
      as for the article, it really didn’t get into a whole lot, so there was alot not mentioned. but still your points are well taken.


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