Some of My Notes On The Idaho Four Murders Hoax

If you haven’t seen my video “Don’t Believe Everything They Say” then watch this as soon as you’re able. Here are some notes on why I believe the whole story is a hoax (psy-op). I don’t know why, but maybe the media is wanting us to keep our eyes on Idaho so we won’t see other things that are really happening.

  1. The House Was Recently Up For Rent

These two ads for the home where the four college students were “murdered”(allegedly) show a glass door. These are recent ads. When was the door changed to be a solid door with a key code access?

This is the door they keep showing in the news. No blood stains on the white door. Why was a Christmas wreath already up? They died on Nov. 13th and it wasn’t even Thanksgiving break yet.

2. What The Police Said

The two surviving roommates who had their bedrooms in the basement (same floor as the door pictured) said they had gotten up and saw on the second floor that it looked like one of their roommates had passed out. They called friends over. Then after the friends arrived someone called 9-1-1. From that one phone call “multiple people spoke with the 9-1-1 dispatcher before police arrived.” I’m assuming these friends were also college students. Out of all these “multiple” college students none of them told the 9-1-1 dispatcher anything about the multiple stab wounds that four of the roommates had suffered. They only said that it looked like one of the roommates had passed out.

On the news it showed the side of the house had blood dripping down to the outside. They are trying to say it was a massive amount of blood. Yet none of these students (college students. Educated people.) noticed the blood. Were they trying to hide something? Or were these phone calls never made? You notice no one has ever heard the audio of these phone calls like we did for the Heather Turner case from Dallas, Georgia or the Debbie Collier case from Athens, Georgia.

3. ┬áIdaho State Police spokesman Aaron Snell says he didn’t see the scene and didn’t know what the two surviving roommates had seen so he didn’t know why they said it looked like someone was passed out and not that they were stabbed to death. Later, this same spokesman said that they believe it was a targeted attack based on what he saw at the scene of the crime. So did he see it or not? That still doesn’t explain how he could say it was a targeted crime.

Aaron Snell, Police Spokesman for Moscow, Idaho Police Department

4, These “murders” are similar to the Gainesville, Florida murders at a University in 1990 and also the Ted Bundy murders.

5. The coroner said the four students who died were killed in their sleep yet he also said they all had defensive wounds. How is that possible? How can you fight for your defense in your sleep? If the first student that was attacked fought back, then how did the others sleep through the rest? How did the two surviving roommates sleep through it all? Why didn’t the dog bark if they were trying to defend themselves?

6. They try to tell you the exact brand of knife and what type of knife was used in the murders, yet no murder weapon was found.

7. Every possible suspect was cleared immediately. Why?

8. The two surviving roommates who took their time to call 9-1-1 and then only reported a roommate was passed out, were never seen as suspects. YET there was no sign of forced entry into the house. Wouldn’t this make them suspects? They were already in the house and they survived! Why did they call friends to come over before calling the police? And why didn’t they tell police that the others were stabbed to death?

9. Kaylee called or texted her ex boyfriend Jack D. 10 times that night and the last call or text was at 2:54 am. The police say the murders happened around 3am. The coroner says Kaylee was asleep when she was murdered. So she was frantically trying to get in touch with Jack D. up until 2:54 am and fell into such a deep sleep 6 minutes later that she was stabbed to death and stayed asleep? What were her messages to Jack D.? We are never told that. Why didn’t Kaylee call the police instead of her EX boyfriend?

10. Police say the killer was sloppy and left a mess, but still no fingerprints from the killer, no DNA from his hair, nothing?

11. I have more notes at the end of my video. There were no surveillance videos found. This happens every time there’s a hoax. Suddenly there are no cameras or the cameras they have don’t work even if they are brand new (like Sandy Hook).

I believe this whole story is just a psy op and no one was killed. I don’t know the reason for it yet. If it had been guns then the reason would be clear; they are trying to take our guns away. But in this case they say it was a knife. Are they trying to have us live in fear? Or are they keeping our eyes off other things that are really happening so that we can’t stop them? We may find out soon.

“They” Won’t Let Me Go – The Debbie Collier Case

I realize the coroner has ruled this case as a suicide, but I just don’t agree with that at all. Here are some of my thoughts on what might have happened.

Jeffrey Bearden, Debbie Collier’s son, said he wasn’t convinced that it was his mother in the footage from the Family Dollar store. She never wears shorts and it just didn’t look like her posture according to Jeffrey Bearden.

Amanda Bearden, Debbie Collier’s daughter, called law enforcement stating that she knew her mother’s Apple ID and password, however the password didn’t seem to be working. If she knew all this then does this mean she could have sent the Venmo payment to herself from her mother’s phone?

Amanda’s alibi for Saturday afternoon when her mother was missing was that she was cleaning her house. She also said that her mother went to the Family Dollar to get cleaning supplies for Amanda to clean her house. So how did she get the steam cleaner and cleaning solution if they hadn’t bought any cleaning supplies yet? Her steam cleaning her carpet was the reason, Amanda stated, she hadn’t seen her mother’s Venmo message until about 5pm even though it was sent at 3:17pm when Debbie was in the parking lot at Family Dollar (or so it seems). There is no one to back up Amanda’s alibi for being home cleaning.

Andrew Giegerich is Amanda Bearden’s boyfriend and lives with her. No one knows where Andrew was on Saturday September 10th or Sunday September 11th once Debbie’s body was found in Clayton, Georgia (Hambersham County). So what is his alibi?

A recent You Tube video suggested that Andrew’s sister could not stand Amanda Bearden and they had arguments often as well as Amanda having fights with Andrew.

After hearing this I looked up who Andrew Giegerich’s sister is and it turns out to be Morgan Giegerich who is 26 years old and lives in Athens, Georgia the same as her brother, Andrew, Amanda Bearden and Debbie Collier.

Then I compared these two pictures.

“Debbie” at Family Dollar. Morgan Giegerich from her IG photos. Shoes and socks would cover her cross tattoo.

Morgan Giegerich

Many have said on Tik Tok videos and You Tube videos that the person in the Family Dollar footage is wearing a wig. This could be anyone. At least anyone who could get to Debbie Collier and her rented vehicle.

Perhaps the “THEY” in the Venmo message (They won’t let me go) was Andrew Giegerich and his sister Morgan Giegerich.

The message could also just be a lie and not mean anything as I don’t believe Debbie ever sent the Vemo message to begin with. Either Steve Collier sent the Venmo payment and message to Amanda (meaning he couldn’t get off work early so they won’t let me go) or Amanda sent it to herself and wanted it to look like a kid napping saying it was a “cryptic” message “they” won’t let me go.

In the picture above you see the rented van that Debbie Collier drove (allegedly?) and parked on the side of the highway had left space for another vehicle to park next to her. Was she forced to park there and go into the woods? Was another vehicle with her at the beginning? Since it was 2 hours from when the Venmo message was sent until Amanda says she saw the message, that gave her plenty of time to drive back to Athens to her mother’s home. She also didn’t call 9-1-1 after seeing the message, but had her stepdad Steve Collier call police around 6pm when he says he got home from work.

Both Steve Collier and Amanda Bearden said that Debbie didn’t have her purse, yet in the Family Dollar video you see her with a purse. She doesn’t seem to have her wallet and pulls a debit card out of her pocket to pay for the strange items she purchased at Family Dollar.

Apparently before going to Family Dollar, Debbie was seen at a Chick Fil A drive through in Commerce, Georgia. It would be interesting to know how many meals she ordered then we would know who all was in the van with her, if anyone.

Still so many questions:

  1. Why did she drive 70 miles away from home to go into a Family Dollar store?
    • Was it so she wouldn’t be found right away by law enforcement and it would give the murderers time to do what they wanted?
    • If it was a suicide then was it so she could be as far from home as possible? Why not just overdose on pills at home? Why would she burn herself and cause more pain?
  2. Why did the police say at the beginning that this case was “targeted and personal” and there was NO sign of suicide or kidnapping, then change their minds?
  3. Where was Andrew Giegerich Saturday September 10th and Sunday September 11th?
  4. If Debbie was only burned on her stomach then why was her whole shirt off of her? How could the whole shirt burn away when she was found on her back on the ground clutching a tree branch?
  5. Why did Amanda say that it was strange for her mother to leave and not tell anyone where she was going on Saturday September 10th yet on the other hand she said she knew her mother was going to Family Dollar to buy cleaning supplies for her home (Amanda’s) which is owned by her mother and stepdad. Amanda also stated that she had texted back and forth with her mom on Saturday morning.
  6. Why was Amanda so close to where her mother’s van was found when the authorities called her about it? Why wasn’t she still in Athens? How did she know where it was? Also why was she hysterically crying before anyone had told her that her mother had died?
  7. Since the Venmo transfer of $2,385 was released back to Amanda Bearden, what did she spend it on? It’s been said (and I have this in a previous blog) that Amanda’s boyfriend owed exactly $2,385 in court fees. Were these paid off?
  8. What was the time of death for Debbie Collier? I would think the authorities would have a better idea of what time she died instead of just saying some time between 3:20pm Saturday (when she left the Family Dollar parking lot) and 12:44 Sunday (when the police found Debbie’s body). On the police report the officer stated that when he saw Debbie’s body he knew she was already dead. But, for how long?
  9. What was the motive for killing Debbie Collier?
    • Money for drugs (Amanda)
    • Revenge (Andrew, as Debbie had called the police on Andrew in the past).
    • Revenge (Morgan, possibly because her mother is in prison for 30 years for selling drugs yet Debbie keeps enabling Amanda to get more drugs and is free).
  10. Did Amanda say she believes her mother committed suicide so that she herself, Andrew and Morgan would never be charged with murder?
  11. Is this case really closed? Or do the police have to rule the case a suicide as well as the coroner before it is a closed case?
  12. Andrew Giegerich’s mother’s name is Vickie Lynn Terrell. The “snickering” sheriff (as Jeffrey Bearden spoke of him) is named Sheriff Joey Terrell. Are they related? And if so, is that why the sheriff laughed at Jeffrey Bearden (Debbie Collier’s son) when he spoke of her concerns over his family’s safety?

What do you think?

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More Anne Heche Oddness

I shared on one of my recent videos about Anne Heche clips from this video by Simon1978 on Bitchute. He shows how the so-called homeowner of the house Anne’s car ran into and Anne herself look like the same person. I agree.

Anne and Abigail Heche

Then today I came across this picture of Anne and her sister Abigail. They look strikingly similar as well.

The name of the homeowner was also quite strange. Lynne Mishele. I kept messing with the letters and found the anagram “Ellen is my hen.”

Here is my comment to Simon1978:

Seeing how Anne sat up after being in the burning fire for over an hour without missing any hair or a stitch of clothing, I’m guessing she is in witness protection after standing up against trafficking of children.

They closed the case very quickly. Perhaps Ellen thought she got away with murder.

Red Flags With The Debbie Collier Case

The murder of Debbie Collier in the state of Georgia (where I live) has a lot of red flags in it’s stories being told by those who are closest to Debbie and should be caring about what happened to her.

Have you seen the husband put up a reward for whoever can find her murderer? Have you seen her daughter ask for help in finding the person or people who did this to her mother?

Why did Debbie drive 70 miles from her home just to go to a Family Dollar? Here in Georgia you can find Family Dollar stores like you can find Dollar General stores and Waffle House restaurants. They are all over the place. There was no reason she would have to drive so far just for that store. Someone had mentioned that Debbie worked for a real estate company, but she wasn’t dressed in such a way (on store surveillance camera) that would make me think she was doing anything for work that day. She looked more like she might be going to a football game.

Also the things Debbie Collier bought at the Family Dollar were strange. A rain poncho, a two roll pack of paper towels, a refillable torch lighter, a blue tarp and a red tote bag. Amanda Bearden (Debbie’s daughter) said that her Mom was buying these things to help her clean her apartment. How does this make sense? The only cleaning item was the paper towels. Was Amanda so broke that she can’t buy her own cleaning supplies?

Both Amanda Bearden and her stepfather Steven Collier said that Debbie had left the house without her purse or her credit cards. She only had her debit card and her driver’s license, according to Amanda. Steven said she didn’t have her driver’s license. In the video from the Family Dollar however, you see Debbie with her purse and she pays with what looks like her debit card.

She did have her phone, since Nancy Grace stated that the police found her phone at the crime scene near Debbie’s body but it was smashed to pieces. Someone didn’t want any evidence to be taken from the phone, but Nancy Grace also stated that it doesn’t matter if it was destroyed that all the evidence is still in the cloud. The digital forensics team will be able to recover all of it.

I think the phone was destroyed partly because now the police won’t be able to see that Debbie Collier never sent that Venmo payment to Amanda, but it was Steve that sent it. Also the “cryptic” message saying “they are not going to let me go” had nothing to do with Debbie being kidnapped. It had everything to do with Steve not being let off work early on the day that Debbie was being murdered. You can see by the images above that Steve had sent his stepdaughter money a few times with Venmo and a time previous to the one in question he had sent a large heart with the payment.

In the past Andrew Giegerich, Amanda’s boyfriend, has threatened Debbie Collier. I don’t know what it was about but this doesn’t make things look good for Andrew or Amanda. Also the amount that Steven Collier sent to Amanda by Venmo was enough to cover for most of Andrew’s legal fees. Both Amanda and Andrew have a checkered past and present.

I don’t know what the motive would be for any or all three of these people (Steve Collier, Amanda Bearden and Andrew Giegerich) to kill Debbie Collier would be but none of them are looking innocent to me.

The neighbors of the Colliers said that on weekends when a woman would come to visit their home they would hear shouting and fighting going on. We can only assume that woman would’ve been Debbie’s daughter, Amanda.

Amanda and Andrew have a lot of domestic violence charges against them as well as drug charges.

Another red flag is why was so much evidence left at the crime scene? The things that Debbie had bought at the Family Dollar were spread all over. The torch lighter was most likely used to burn her and some of her items. Why are there so many blue gloves? Were these from the police or from Amanda and Andrew as they didn’t want to leave any fingerprints behind?

I also noticed the cars that seem to match in these pictures.

So does this mean Debbie was being followed by Amanda and Andrew all 70 miles to the farthest Family Dollar she could find? Where did they tell police they were that afternoon?

Steve Collier was at work parking cars for the football game is what we are told. Police said they confirmed he was there. This is why I think the message “they won’t let me go” meant he couldn’t get off work. The message along with the Venmo payment to Amanda was sent at 3:17pm. Steve finally got off work after 4pm.

What do you think about this strange case? What could’ve been the motive to kill Debbie Collier? Do you think Steve, Amanda and/or Andrew had something to do with her murder?

Full Video of Derek Johnson Proving Trump Is Still Our President

I am working on a new video now and plan to put clips from this on the video. I wanted to share the whole video here with you Patreons. I appreciate you all so much! Derek Johnson has been kicked off of Facebook and may be kicked off of YT here soon so this is one way you can still see one of his recent videos. Enjoy!