What Went Wrong?

There were a million unanswered questions for this family as they dealt with the devastation so they were glad to see us when we arrived for the cleanup. We helped clear one less problem for them to deal with.

They weren’t in a hurry to leave but you could tell that they didn’t want to stay around either. We see these mixed emotions so many times. There’s no right or wrong way to process the feelings they have and if there was, who is going to say it to them?

We’re a team of professional cleanup technicians, not professional counselors, but we have been trained to be empathetic and offer a kind, listening ear to families in need.

Can you even begin to get in the mind of a sociopath or even begin to understand their actions? Do they have a conscience? Has their sense of reality gone so far out of control they can no longer feel what they do? Again, I’m a clean up tech, not a professional psychoanalyst but I’m pegging them pretty darn good sometimes.

Here’s The Scoop If You Ask Me. This dude charmed his way into J. Doe’s life. Whether he pretended to care, bought gifts or whatever, somehow he got in deep into J. Doe’s life to the point that he was trusted. Somehow, he got up close and personal. I don’t think he had been in the picture for long. This is a sense just from the comments the family made.

He probably lied about himself to gain trust as he calculated how much money he could get his hands on. These type of dudes aren’t after the stuff in the house that any petty thief could take. These dudes are after the bank account, savings and credit. That’s how they survive and they’re like leeches, hard to get rid of.

I think probably J. Doe was catching on and getting suspicious which makes me think that this wasn’t an accident. Dude was close enough to follow J. Doe into the bathroom and stab repeatedly, leave the body bleeding and get away. And I bet he pulls this again someday, somewhere.

Back To Work, We Will Never Know All The Details

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Ted Pelot Owner & President of Crime Scene Cleanup Company - Advanced Bio-Treatment