Amanda Brown

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The Murder Of Amanda Brown

On the 11th of September 1998 in Florida, 7 year old Amanda Brown was kidnapped and murdered but her body has never been found.

In mid 1998, Amanda’s mother kathryn Hartman met a man called Willie Crain at a bar. The evening before the murder Kathryn took her daughter to Willie’s trailer and they watched Titanic. Afterwards the three decided to go back to Kathryn’s trailer where she let Willie stay to sober up. Kathryn was addicted prescription painkillers and that night Willie gave her valium. When Kathryn passed out in her bed with her daughter Willie crept in and slept next to them. The morning after Willie and Amanda had gone.  

This case gained wide notoriety for multiple reasons, the first was that even though no body was found blood and dna of Amanda was found in his trailer. Secondly many women came forward to say they were also raped by Willie. It’s reported that Willie served 26 years in prison for sexual battery on girls under 11.  

As a fisherman, authorities believed he raped and murdered Amanda at home then dumped her body in the sea.

In 1999, Willie Crain was sentenced to death.

Petition for a spin off with Zimmerfield and Estevez before the Lydia Spring case, just finding missing people and being annoyed with the FBI.

“I gotta memorize all this? There’s over four fucking pages of this shit!”

Reservoir Dogs (1992) Dir. Quentin Tarantino

In Dirk Gently season 2 Farah heads to the police station to get help for Todd and to find Dirk, but she finds detective Estevez wounded and still alive, so she calls an ambulance and he gets well in no time to join the Mystery Squad. 
Yep, that’s it, no one will convince me otherwise. 

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Amanda Brown - Dream On (2012)

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Legally Blonde [2001]

If you’re going to let one stupid prick ruin your life… you’re not the girl I thought you were.

Plot: When a blonde sorority queen is dumped by her boyfriend, she decides to follow him to law school to get him back and, once there, learns she has more legal savvy than she ever imagined.

Director: Robert Luketic

Actors: Reese Witherspoon (Elle Woods), Luke Wilson (Emmett), Selma Blair (Vivian Kensington), Matthew Davis (Warner)

Writers: Amanda Brown (novel) & Karen McCullah (screenplay)