Absolutely no disrespect intended towards David Oman here, but didn't all of this paranormal activity that he reported at his home, which wasn't even built in 1969, coincide with his trying to release the movie he made loosely based on the murders, "The House at the End of the Drive?" I, myself believe in paranormal activities. I have even experienced a few, especially when we returned to Glasgow, Scotland, my husband's home. A lot of strange goings-on there. But the whole David Oman thing --- sorry, but I'm a little skeptical. I know that I felt very anxious when I visited Cielo in 1992, and that I felt some very strange energy while walking up the street towards the gate, but it may just have been my imagination playing tricks on me with the knowledge that I have about this case.