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Brookhaven Receptionist
 Post subject: Bloody cloths in washing machine in motel.

Missing since: 10 Apr 2006
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Bloody cloths in washing machine in motel.

I was playing the ps2 version of this game the other night, and I made it to the motel. And when I got to the area where you had to set the waching machine puzzle... I noticed that once you get it open to get the key.. I noticed that there were alot of bloody cloths in the washing machine.. could that have something to do with Travis.. or perhaps his father.

There's a memo in the same area too.. from one of the clerks working there.. that the guy just took off and left his cloths...

What do all of you think this represents in the main story.. ?? Probably very little.. but it seemed interesting to me that this hasn't been mentioned. Or if it had.. I have not seen it mentioned in here I've been looking for this topic.. but did not see one.. so I thought I"d bring it up for discussion. Also in one of the rooms.. I think it was the Cleopatra room the bed was covered in blood.. could the washing machine with the bloody cloths.. and that room be connected to one another in some way?

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Missing since: 19 Jul 2003
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The murder victim's clothes. Note that they're all naked. After he murdered 'em, he fled.

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Just Passing Through
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Mockingbird wrote:
The murder victim's clothes. Note that they're all naked. After he murdered 'em, he fled.


Are you referring to the various pictures found throughout the Riverside Motel? As I remember, only one of them was naked, albeit that was the one in Cleopatra, the room where the clothes came from. However...the death note in that room was "snake bite" which was how the Egyptian Pharaoh herself purportedly committed suicide. If I remember correctly, the note to janitor spoke of man complaining about his cloths in the laundry room, whereas the picture in "snake bite" is a woman. Not sure there is much of a connection with the clothes and picture, but I don't remember about the room...

As for the bloody clothes..I'm not sure what they may mean. It's an interesting question.

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My Bestsellers Clerk
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Didnt the note say the man in the Cleopatra room? That would explain why the bed is that way. And the pictures has nothing to do with it in any way. The pictures all represent suicide


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My Bestsellers Clerk
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Missing since: 31 Mar 2008
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Well that being the case, does the man the service note referred to have any plot significance?

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Mockingbird wrote:
The murder victim's clothes. Note that they're all naked. After he murdered 'em, he fled.

So he murdered about...Ugh, I can't remember, five women in a row, and got away with it...?


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My Bestsellers Clerk
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[/quote]So he murdered about...Ugh, I can't remember, five women in a row, and got away with it...?[/quote]

Where does it imply that?? If you mean the pictures, they were suicides, not murders


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The Bad Ending of the game implies it.

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My Bestsellers Clerk
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OMG!!! The man in the letter was T-ravis???? TOTALLY DIDNT CATCH THAT! those were his clothes in the machine?


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Shoot The Sky wrote:
So he murdered about...Ugh, I can't remember, five women in a row, and got away with it...?[/quote]

Where does it imply that?? If you mean the pictures, they were suicides, not murders[/quote]
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Mockingbird said all the picutures were murders, and that the person that wanted his clothes back was the murderer. I was asking if that theory really held water, EX: If he murdered one woman, let's say, with the shotgun, then wouldn't other people hear?


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My Bestsellers Clerk
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Mockingbird said all the picutures were murders, and that the person that wanted his clothes back was the murderer.


hmm... well this makes no sense to me. Yes, the bad ending implys that, but the normal endings, I can GUARANTEE were from suicides. EX Death by snakebite... goodluck murdering someone like that, let alone the fact that you find it in the CLEOPATRA room, Cleopatra being the Egyptian queen who killed herself by putting a snake into her fruit basket. The picture is clealy a woman. And then, on top of that, we know his dad killed himself, Hence the broken heart photo. So I find it hard to beleive their murder photos


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