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Answer This Call

July 12, 2009

Meg   

What Really Happened to Meg Morris and IT Solutions/WYSIWYG?

When I was originally introduced to the blogging world there were a few folks I came to ‘know’ right off the bat. A couple are still friends today: Robin at ‘Life in the Bogs’ & and Kel at ‘xfacta’, both of whom you’ll find in the sidebar. But I think perhaps the first blog I ever commented on was a smoking cessation site run through the WEA Trust in Madison, WI. As part of her job Susan Morris was responsible for posting to the blog and providing resources and motivation to people seeking to quit smoking. First through comments and responses and then via email Susan and I became on-line friends. Sometimes our messages would be quite frequent and then occasionally we’d have fairly lengthy lapses. All in all, looking back there is quite a volume of correspondence that started in late 2005 / early ’06.

In April of 2007 imagine my shock and horror when Susan informed me that her sister Meg had been found dead at her home in Florida as the result of an apparent suicide; and that she would be out of town for some time attending to the funeral arrangements and estate. And again just weeks later, hard on the hells of her sister’s death, Susan’s father died as well. My heart cried for her. In attempting to properly address the issues surrounding their deaths and estates Susan eventually left both her job, and as a result, her work blog. (My question to her ever since has been, ‘When will you start a personal blog? You’re a writer – so write!’)

Right from the get-go Susan had her suspicions that Meg’s suicide really wasn’t a suicide at all. The more digging she did and the more input she got from the people who knew Meg best made more bells and whistles go off. And those suspicions grew and grew. Recently Susan started a new blog devoted to getting answers to all those big unanswered questions. If this was your sibling would you not do the same?? I hope you will take the time to check it out. Then should you feel moved to do so perhaps you could keep the chain going by adding a link on your site in order to expand the exposure. The best result would be that the local police force or coroner decides to re-open the case and do a proper investigation. There appears to be evidence here of fraud, larceny, coersion, intimidation and murder.

Here is the link which will also appear on the right sidebar: http://whatreallyhappenedtomeg.wordpress.com under the category heading ‘Appeal’.

Today – July 10 – is Susan’s birthday so I will hold this as a draft in respect of that. Please feel free to comment, to copy this post as an intro to a link or link directly to Susan’s blog…… and may God bless both Meg and Susan.

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3 comments

  1. Norm,
    Thank you for the link and well stated overview. As always, your friendship and support have helped more than you can know.

    I’m sorry that you’ve lost your Aunt Jennie. You seem to have wonderful memories to fall back on. Keep that focus.
    Susan


  2. Susan – For me it is simply what friends do; support one another through the rough times and cheer from the sidelines during the good.
    Thanks for your good wishes. Jennie was a terrific lady and will be missed by many.


  3. […] you to have a look at blog-friend Susan’s site as well as my original post regarding it HERE. Or you’ll find it on the sidebar under ‘Appeal’. The update is on […]



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