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"I can't stop thinking about Madeleine, about her fear of pain"

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"I can't stop thinking about Madeleine, about her fear of pain"

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 10.08.15 20:59


From Kate's Diary..

FRIDAY, JUNE 1: "Quite fed up...I can't stop thinking about Madeleine, about her fear of pain. How can I go on knowing that her life could have ended like this? This week I have been quite overtaken by black thoughts. Please, God, bring her back. Bedtime is becoming more and more of a challenge".


"I can't stop thinking about Madeleine, about her fear of pain"..

How many times was that poor little soul put through something so painful, that her Mother knew she had a fear of pain? She was too young for Dentists to remove teeth or to have a filling. She had no known serious medical conditions to warrant needles or any other kind of procedures.

So how did Kate know?

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Re: "I can't stop thinking about Madeleine, about her fear of pain"

Post by sharonl on 10.08.15 21:29

No one likes pain, especially a child.  We have all asked on occasions, "will it hurt?" but a fear of pain must be much more extreme than that.  So under what circumstances and when did Kate realise that Madeleine had this phobia?  Did Madeleine know when pain was about to strike? 
And what makes her think that Madeleine was in any pain, her husband has made it clear that there is no evidence that Madeleine has come to any harm.

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Re: "I can't stop thinking about Madeleine, about her fear of pain"

Post by tigger on 11.08.15 10:45

In the book it is changed to: 'fear and pain"  - one that didn't slip past the editor although so many other bits did, thank goodness.

Apart from everything else, the pain and anguish, despair and anguish mentioned so frequently  pertained to the McCanns, not to Madeleine who was probably going to give the paedophile abductor as good as she got - 'give her tuppence worth'  was the term used.

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Post by plebgate on 12.08.15 10:21

@Get'emGonçalo wrote:

From Kate's Diary..

FRIDAY, JUNE 1: "Quite fed up...I can't stop thinking about Madeleine, about her fear of pain. How can I go on knowing that her life could have ended like this? This week I have been quite overtaken by black thoughts. Please, God, bring her back. Bedtime is becoming more and more of a challenge".


"I can't stop thinking about Madeleine, about her fear of pain"..

How many times was that poor little soul put through something so painful, that her Mother knew she had a fear of pain? She was too young for Dentists to remove teeth or to have a filling. She had no known serious medical conditions to warrant needles or any other kind of procedures.

So how did Kate know?
Is Hobs in the house?    I would like to see a statement analysis on that sentence.

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Re: "I can't stop thinking about Madeleine, about her fear of pain"

Post by Guest on 12.08.15 10:57

And  "quite fed up" to booth!

What a strange expression to use if your little daughter is purportedly missing

Some people would be on the floor tearing their hair out. 

But 'fed up'? 
Or does that mean something different, a tad less lack-a-daisical in Scouse?

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Re: "I can't stop thinking about Madeleine, about her fear of pain"

Post by tigger on 12.08.15 11:16

@Portia wrote:And  "quite fed up" to booth!

What a strange expression to use if your little daughter is purportedly missing

Some people would be on the floor tearing their hair out. 

But 'fed up'? 
Or does that mean something different, a tad less lack-a-daisical in Scouse?


Compared to the diary the book is  literature of the highest order. I't's as if Adrian Mole also wrote Pride and Prejudice - in other words impossible without 'help'.

The title of the book they were to write together  - announced mid 2008 -  was "Our Year of Hell"...

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