Quoting HopingforaMiracle:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Kaysay:</b>" Right?! It's crazy, I've seen it happen over and ... [snip!] ... The daughter is supposedly 4 now. She just got caught as fake and there's a criminal investigation going on and everything."
Yeah, it was so sad... her story was so thorough and so believable... it was just unreal how far it went.
Wow, four years... so crazy she went and got away that long with it. I really believe that some of these people get so caught up in their story, lose themselves, and perhaps "become" these imaginary people they are portraying, you know? Like how some actors get so involved with a character that they stay in character before, during, and after. I mean, look at Heath Ledger. I was even watching Sally Field being interviewed the other day about her role as Lincoln's wife and she was saying, "I became her and she belonged to me, and it took me a long time to let her go."
Really, all of it is just a total mind smurf. It's messed up, but the psychology part of me makes me so curious about what they are escaping from and what is going on upstairs that makes them justify it.