I have been looking through everyone's new comments. Trying to fit them together. But they don't!
Daniel gave a key to a woman in a bar - Nicky's Bar - and thinks it might have been me. If it was, I don't remember and Jonathan told me I had set up that mail box, - but then maybe I can't trust Jonathan...Kim Regent says she doesn't know him.
Fraiser knew a girl called Sarah Helen and wonders if it might be my Helen. It could be. Do you remember anything else about her? Please read Fraiser's post. Anna, Fraiser thinks the name was Emma, or something like that could that possibly be you? Helen said you had changed your name...
Dupin wants to know the size of the shoes, but as you can see it's been worn off. About size 7 would be my guess. Anna says Helen takes size 7.
I don't want to ever see Helen again so I might never find out if they are hers. And Dupin was right, I checked out if the pen comes from that hotel in Turkey - like Mark suggested - it doesn't come from there. But Mark was right about the key and Geoff certainly wasn't someone called Geoff.
So Fraiser, how do you know it was me you saw on the tube to Heathrow that morning, how could you have known what I look like? Is there something you are not telling me?
Thanks for identifying the lipstick, Kelly, but it doesn't seem to tell me anything more. Though it does add to the American connection. And, Israel, your story is intriguing and dramatic but I don't think it can be me (because 237 turned out to be the number of the mailbox). Maybe one day I'll visit Cameroon and I hope your brother has been released.
And Kim Regent - I like the way you sound, I'd like to be your sister too? Can you tell me anything more about the emails of mine you hacked into after I left home. Don't worry, I forgive you everything, I just need some more facts to go on.
Anna, where are you? I really need you to help me now. You must tell me the truth about your sister. Will you meet me somewhere? Suggest a place. Please.
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