In the ongoing saga of Faye Ku, who is alleged to be the abductor of her own children, there is more to the story… I would say “there is more to this story than meets the eye,” but that is EXACTLY where the more in this story meets.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children posted a video showing who I presume to be the Cooks and some scenes of the boys in pictures. (I say “presume”, because I don’t know David or Helen Cook, but I’ve seen the people on this video in stories, and they appear to be David and Helen Cook, if reported stories are accurate.)
In the video, Helen Cook’s eyes stay directly ahead when David Cook says the word “happy.” But, when David Cook says “scared or confused”, Helen Cook’s eyes (@ 30 seconds-ish) darts TWICE to the upper right of the screen.
Here is an NLP eye movement chart. It shows a predictable pattern of response for certain events or triggers:
The upper right movement that Helen Cook demonstrates twice, is related with Visual Recall in NLP, or “Images from memory.”
It should be pointed out very clearly that this is NOT the same as Visual Construct, or “made up images.” (Which would be the upper right of the screen)
It would appear that the words “scared or confused” triggered actual memories of times when the boys were “scared or confused”. Maybe more than one memory, because her eyes give this pattern twice. (It definitely seems to be a strong trigger.)
This is disturbing that they are working with police and “law enforcement” and these people are trained to interrogate and watch eye patterns, and yet no one caught this.
Here is my post on the original video that the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children posted:
[NOTE: My original blog indicated my belief that National Center for Missing and Exploited Children pulled their video. This was probably an errant belief on my part, because the link I had posted omitted one letter of the link (url) of the original video.]
Still, I have posted it here just in case.
per fair use, journalistic purposes, and investigation purposes.
Maybe Faye Ku removed the boys (with or without legal approval) from a situation in which they were “scared or confused.”
Seems like a legitimate conclusion.
[Here is a link to the original video: