Thursday, July 07, 2005

Links and a 3rd Video Found

I have started to add links to the site. Note that some of the links may or may not show all of the graphics due to most being archived pages.
HOWEVER, some of the links on those pages are still active, including his resume on the early Jet Gazette...
Check out the videos including Thanksgiving 2002 on the later Jet Gazette. I can't help but feel compassion for his family.
It seems strange that he would put that video on the same page as his "Reality" & "Imagine" videos.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I found the Thanksgiving video to be a tad disturbing.. well, all 3 videos were a tad disturbing - but in the Thanksgiving video - when it opened with the shots of the kids.. for the first minute or so focused on just the kids.. kinda creepy...

Anonymous said...

It's not the most delightful family gathering, is it. The music makes it even creepier.

jetduncan.com said...

I found the ThanksGiving Video disturbing too. Did he give the TG Video to his family members? Did he tell them to download it from his Jet Gazette website? I mean, knowing what he did to that 14 year old kid (and his family does know more than we do), if I as his family member and saw the Imagine and Reality Videos with this one, he would never be welcome for a holiday again. Hmmm, maybe he wasn't welcome again.

Anyway, has anyone else noticed that the little girl in TG Video bares a resemblance to Leanna Warner?? They look to be the same age.


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Anonymous said...

I went to the "Jet Gazette" and left my mouse placed over each of the pictures to the left. When you put the mouse over the white and gray background at the top (the face) words appear, "Who is this?". It's his face.. one side appears "normal" and the other side transposed to appear "evil". You look and advise.

blondchik513 said...

just another thought here...isnt it funny that he chose the song "Down with the sickness" by Disturbed for his "Reality" video? Read the words...Its him in a song....

Anonymous said...

You need to add the CLICK! extension to your Firefox browser (You do use Firefox right?!).
This will let you create archived snapshots of web pages that you can include as a backup to your links. That way when pages inevitably change or go offline, you'll still have access to them.
I use it for all my blog links.