After going over the court record again and again, something surprising suddenly surfaced last night. The similarities between the investigation of Albert Dyer and Samuel Elmore is just to “consistent” to ignore. How did District Attorneys 3000 miles apart know their suspect was going to confess for “the first time” within 10 minutes of the District Attorney’s arranged meeting? Both cases were in the summer of 1937. Elmore’s confession occurred while Dyer was tried in Los Angeles. Too strange. Note to self: Have to figure out how detectives could predict the future so well.