THE WOMAN WHO SOLVED HER OWN MURDER CASE. ΝΤΕΤΕΚΤΙΒ
Updated: Aug 10
αυτό το post ανέβηκε απο τα γραφεία Ιδιωτικών Ερευνών IPI, ντετεκτιβ Μαρούσι, ντετεκτιβ Γλυφάδα.
Although this case has been solved, how it was solved remains a mystery. In 1977, a respiratory therapist in Chicago was murdered in her apartment. Teresita Basa was found under a flaming mattress, a butcher knife buried in her chest. Police attempted to track her stolen jewelry with no luck. They also failed in trying to link any of the suspects to the crime. It seemed impossible to find the perpetrator, Γραφείο Ιδιωτικών Ερευνών στο Μαρουσι και ντετεκτιβ στην Αθηνα και στην Γλυφάδα, that is, until Remy Chua, a co-worker who barely knew the victim, involuntarily became a leading source of information.
Chua began having frequent visions and nightmares about Basa. It started in the locker room of her work, where she experienced seeing a man's face behind Basa. This would repeat in her dreams. Chua then began channeling Basa's spirit when conversing with her husband. While channeling Basa's shirit, Chua told her husband the entire story of Basa's murder. She claimed an orderly at the hospital named Alan Showery was helping Basa with her television when he assaulted her. He then killed her and set her mattress on fire. The spirit was even able to give the details of what happened to her jewelry, which was given to Showery's common-law-wife. Mr. Chua convinced his wife to give these details to the police.
The police were skeptical at first, but after seeing the Basa's jewelry on Showery's wife (Basa's cousin was able to confirm it just as the spirit said she could), the police were able to convict the man for fourteen years in jail. Unfortunately, there was not enough evidence to convict him longer. But was it really Basa's ghost who named her killer? Perhaps Chua had knew some facts in the case and disguised it as a spirit possessing her? What ever led police to the killer remains to be a mystery.
Ανέβηκε απο τα γραφεία Ιδιωτικών Ερευνών IPI, ντετεκτιβ Μαρούσι, ντετεκτιβ Γλυφάδα.