1. I believe it was on Killer Couples. The couple was called a real life Bonnie and Clyde. Uh what now? I'm pretty sure they're real and to the left.
Maybe someone forgot to add a few words or maybe the voice over person forgot to say a few words. I just find it odd that no one caught it. Modern day would have made sense but nope it sounded like she was comparing this couple to a fictional couple when they weren't fictional at all.
2. Why do people apologize for getting upset when talking about horrible things? Whether you're a cop talking about your worst case or talking about your murdered loved one there's no need to apologize for getting choked up or to start crying.
3. I'm pretty confident in saying this but I think killing your wife and child is illegal everywhere and not just in California. I was watching a show on Investigation Discovery and they were talking about the murder of Laci Peterson. The guy told Scott that murdering your wife and child is illegal in California. I'm pretty sure there isn't a place on the planet where it is cool to do that.
4. It always amuses me when I hear someone say DNA didn't exist. I'm pretty sure it did but we weren't always able to access it. I don't think it just appeared out of nowhere one day to make things tougher for people who murder and rape people.
5. Say what now Mr Peterson? Yep dear old dad at least Scott Peterson's dad said his son was just sowing his oats when he was cheating on a very pregnant Laci and he totally implied that it was totally fine. Say what now? Aren't you supposed to do all your oat sowing before you get married and well before you're expecting your first child?
6. Am I going crazy? This is like One Life To Life where the name of a character was Deanna but it was pronounced Dina. It drove me nuts and the same thing happens with Scott Peterson's mistress. They keep calling her Fry but the damn name is Frey. I was wondering if it was a Mandela Effect but they keep saying Fry and not Frey. Hello Frey is said the same way as prey only with an F or like Freya without the A. I was wondering if they misspelled it since it should be Frye which seems more in line with what they're calling her. Did I just move the letters to have things make more sense or is something going on?
7. Brutal murder? Compared to what? The times when it was a gentle murder? I would think every murder has some degree of brutality after all there is a dead person and things can get pretty gruesome especially when you have someone stabbed or dismembered or eaten. There's a lot of fucked up shit in this world.