(pulled from the other thread): I'm sorry you feel that my husbands death is a fraud or a hoax...however I assure you its not... I have more morals then that... Somethings are alittle too personal.
Gee, where do I begin? Well, I remember when the brakes on your car were cut while you were down at law school in Bloomington. You remember, the education that was being paid for by an Ellis while you worked in his law firm here in Terre Haute? Oh, wait, those were all lies. You worked at Quizno's, you weren't even going to school, and you didn't even OWN a car.
How about the time you flew to Texas for a friend's funeral and you called me from the airport down in Texas while you were waiting for your return flight? Oh wait, that was a lie too. You were at the movie theater here in Terre Haute less than two hours after you called me from Texas. Did you fly on the Concorde? Hell, the drive from the nearest airport is about an hour away from Terre Haute.
I see where you say that you loved your husband so much and he meant SO much to you. I really wish I had my archive settings different on Yahoo so I could post the IM you sent me just before you starting posting on this forum. You remember it, the one saying you couldn't stop thinking about me and how you wished you could still be with me. Wow, sounds like you REALLY loved your husband. Fortunately, for the sake of your lies, I don't have that IM.
And for some odd reason, nobody can find anything on the death of your husband, the "professional racer". As someone else has said to me in an IM, an accident such as a gas tank exploding would be SOMEWHERE on the net. Even if no names were mentioned, this story WOULD be posted by someone in the motorcycle community. Think about it. How many other people would have been at the track? A lot. And how many of them would post about the horrific crash of a fellow racer? Several. There would be a thread somewhere on some forum, and that info would certainly make its way to this forum, regardless of the desires of your parents and your husband's parents to keep the accident quiet until the investigation was over.
I was going to keep quiet on this because I didn't want the hassle of listening to your BS, but then you posted that you were going to provide your address and bank account info if people wanted to make donations. Well, I'm going to post this warning in both of your threads just in case someone sees these threads and wants to donate privately, without saying so in your thread.
You've done nothing but lie and I highly doubt your story of your husband's death. Unless you can provide proof, by telling us the name of the track, the name of the racing organization, and the date of his death, I'm going to publicly raise the BS flag. If it gets me in trouble with the mods, or even banned from this forum, so be it. I feel that eveyone on this forum, including anonymous guests, should be warned of your lies before they send any money your way. If this truly did happen, then I feel sorry for you. However, having personally met you, known you, and heard what Tom and Mary Jeane (the owners of the Quizno's where you worked) had to say about your mental health, I'm going to fly the BS flag proudly. If you prove the story of your husbands horrific crash, I will publicly apologize. But I have very good reason to believe that such apology will never be necessary.