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"roy klum" Discussed on Lore
"So in January of nineteen Twenty-three sheep sold the big mansion and bought a new home in another part of Los Angeles Herman Shapiro, moved in with her, and he continued his legal work while she took on the massive job of getting all her things moved into the new house all those closets and attic spaces wouldn't fill themselves after all and then in July of nineteen Twenty-three Dali was arrested and the trial began the case was made against her and Shapiro built his own defense. But in the middle of all of that Dali pulled Shapiro aside. And whispered cryptic message to him. He's there. She told him with a noticeable amount of panic in her voice. He's there. Two zero was utterly confused. But before he could ask her to be more specific Dali went on my vagabond half-brother, she explained you need to go. Make sure he has something to eat. And then she gave Herman instructions very specific instructions. Bewildered? But intrigued Herman went home that day and did everything Dolly had asked him to do. He prepared a meal probably placing all of the items on a serving tray and took it all upstairs not to a guestroom though. But the Dali's room once there he stepped inside the closet and doing exactly what Dolly had instructed him to. Do. He whistled. A moment later a panel in the wall at the end of the closet slid open. It was like a dark hole in his reality. A hidden space inside the home. He thought he knew inside and out here. It was a secret room that only Dali had known about well Dali and one other person. Hello Herman came the voice from inside the opening and then a face appeared. Over the course of the afternoon. The man in the wall told Herman everything he explained that. Dolly had always maintained a long string of lovers even when Fred was alive beginning with her affair ten years prior with auto, San Huber in Milwaukee and eventually leading up to men like ROY Klum and Herman himself Dali had never stopped cheating. Herman was suspicious, though, why are you living in the walls of this house? He must've asked him, and how do you know about all these other men the stranger in the hole in the wall, probably smile because he replied, I m auto San Huber. It was a stunning revelation auto San Huber, the sewing machine repairman that Dolly had broken up with a decade before was right there living in their home naturally Herman wanted to know more. He was an attorney after all, and he was very good at asking questions. So he managed to tease a bit more information out of the young men. It turns out that Idaho, never left win Dali pretended to break off their affair. He simply moved in and stayed all those times when Fred felt as if he wasn't alone as if someone were watching him and sometimes moving items he left around the house all those times. It was. Really just auto and he'd been there ever since moving from house to house as Dolly went through life for an entire decade auto was her secret lover hiding in the walls when he needed to and roaming the house when he was alone. No one had ever seen him in all those years. Besides Dali except for that one chance encounter with Marjorie tax who mistook him for a ghost. But oh had one more story for Herman. He knew what happened the night. Fred was killed, and it would change the way people viewed the tragedy forever. According to him the night, Fred and Dahlie returned home from their party. Fred was very drunk almost from the moment they walked into their home. The couple began one of their typical arguments. The neighbors had heard screaming after all and it wasn't from the attack. And that argument I'd acclaimed began to get violence. Fearing for Dali's safety auto told Herman that he climbed out of his hiding place in the attic and grabbed one of Fred's revolvers then as quietly as he could he rushed downstairs to stop the fight. Fred saw him recognized him and in his drunken rage began to attack the younger, man. It was during the struggle. The gun went off twice into Fred's chest, and after the older man fell to the ground auto shot him one last time in the side of the head. After that. It was a simple matter of hiding some valuables making a mess of the room..
"roy klum" Discussed on Lore
"The murder happened quickly after weeks of unpacking and setting up their life in that new Los Angeles mansion Walberg who everyone had taken to calling. Dolly was ready for a night out. She and Fred headed to a friend's home on August twenty second of nineteen twenty two to do just that when they returned home or midnight, though, the world fell apart. Across the street. A neighbor named MRs Norton remembered waking up when something in her bedroom fell over while she was awake. She noticed. More shouting from Fred Dali's, home and sat up to listen for a moment. Norton's roommate MRs Rawson independently awoke at the same time in heard the shouting as well and went to her window to look at the big mansion down the street another neighbor named Jay Ashley heard the shouting as well. And then all three of those witnesses heard something else gunshots. Ashley immediately called the police and then rushed outside to have a better. Look other neighbors arrived as well. And together they all decided to enter the home of Dali, and Fred and see if they could catch the gunman after kicking in the front door, though, all they managed to find was a room in disarray and Fred's dead body sprawled out on the floor. That's when they noticed the pounding and muffled shouts from somewhere else upstairs. The neighbors sprang to the rescue and began searching the mansion for anyone else who might be there after a bit of searching, they discovered a locked closet upstairs and the desperate cries of Dali coming from the other side of the door. Someone found the key somewhere else in the house and unlocked the door and soon Dolly was explaining what had happened after they returned home. She had gone upstairs to undress. She said while Fred had stayed below to take care of some business. She heard a loud thump, and then after a moment of silence three gunshots before she could step out of the closet and go see what had happened a dark shape had pushed her back in and locked the door leaving her to fear the worst for her husband. Fred. Each of those three gunshots. At turns out had struck him. In the struggle the retu- wounds above the hearts and another in the side of his head. Fred had been dead before the neighbors even broke into the house. And when the police arrived Alba ca do was ask questions and help search the crime scene. All evidence pointed to an armed robbery. Fred's cash was gone. As was his gold watch and handful of other expensive items. But there was no sign that any of the doors or windows in the house had been forced open from the outside. And no neighbors witnessed anyone exiting the mansion prior to their arrival. So while the clues were there, the full picture seems to be alluding them. Initially, the police arrested a local group of feves led by a man named James Casey who had been suspected of similar crimes before heat even owned the same type of pistol that had fired the shots that killed Fred. But they were released the very same day after it became clear that there was no evidence linking them to the murder. So for a long while the crime just went unsolved. A year later, though, something changed a short while after Fred's death Dali had begun a relationship with a man named ROY Klum. He was a friend of theirs from Milwaukee who now worked in Hollywood as a film producer, and for many months, they seem to get along and make the most of their new phase in life, but not long after they began to see each other Dali made a very unusual request. She handed him a pistol and asked him to dispose of it in the LeBron tar pits. She explained that. She was worried the police might find it suspicious that she owned the very same type of gun that was used to murder. Her husband and fought it might be better to get rid of it and keeping simple ROY hoping for his relationship with the wealthy. Widow to grow into more agreed to do it..
"roy klum" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"So he launches downstairs with a gun and once fred recognizes that auto is from the factory i'm imagining there was some there were some questions what are you doing in my dining room with some personal lubricant and a tire pressure gauge confusing stories oh that's right so a fight ensued and fred was shot auto and dolly came up with a plan auto snagged fred's watch to make it look like a botched robbery and then he locked dolly in the closet and tossed the key so when the police arrived they found dali locked in a closet they found fred shot and the they didn't know auto was back up in the attic dali told them that a burglar had taken place that robber shot fred took some expensive belongings and they had no way to prove that it wasn't true especially since she was locked in the closet but think about that for a minute auto shoots a guy kills him right then help stage this false murder scene and then he goes back to the attic yeah that must have been one secure addict safe place so the police have nothing to go on and dolly's a widow she has a substantial amount of money to work with she decides that she wants to move out of this home she buys a new house and she thinks that eventually things will calm down and that auto and she can start like a normal relationship you know outside of the attic so dolly moved and auto moved into the attic the attic boy she still made them live in the attic now she moved in with him what no what he moved into the attic he did not want to live in the regular house he was like nope and addicts where i've be emam think very much wow it's almost like a stockholm syndrome kind of thing well that's the thing and we'll we'll get to this in in just a bit so auto had was able to get a few pulp stories published and with the money he purchased a typewriter to keep writing and dolly was feeling on satisfy no so she took on a lover who god move that guy into the addict to maybe could help auto correlate as pages one lever attic her new lover was lawyer herman s shapiro but shapiro was constantly at work just like her ex husband was or i shouldn't say x her dead husband was so dolly was not satisfied inter roy klum klum roy was needed to keep dolly satisfied for when herman wasn't able to keep her satisfied because of when auto wasn't able to keep her satisfied duh quite a libido she had done probably several things it is thought that dolly was somewhat open with this new guy klum and that klum was able to get rid of the guns that were used to shoot fred dolly broke up with klum a little while later and he went to the police so he was a what's that word informant now what's the word when you're you're scorned he was a scorned lover at this point and he was like these guns something fishy was up meet ma mook and so the police went to the tar pits where klum had dumped the guns and took dolly into custody dollies in jail she's very upset and she's talking to her second lover shapiro and she says you have to go buy groceries for auto because he's in the ceiling and you need some food he's a ceiling love but when auto and lawyer guy met you know auto been alone for some time and it was feeling chatty and they talked they spilled the tea i thought you said they were going to become lovers that's what you're going to send that would have been awesome would have been it would have been awesome to addict lovers get knit on no dolly needed i'm sorry where was i just about the tell us about the gay attic relationship okay shapiro was not turned off by this at all in fact he told otto to get because he was going to be dolly's only lover at this point it has various strange dolly charges against ali were dropped that is until seven years later when dolly and shapiro argued and really things broke down so then shapiro scorned went to the police warrants were issued again and dolly and auto were both arrested they found auto guilty of manslaughter even after it was brought out in court that auto felt like he was being held hostage so there is this this subtext that dolly was.