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Convinced that the story will be redemptive, Finkel visits Longo in prison and corresponds with him for several months. Longo sends Finkel numerous letters as well as an eighty-page notebook entitled "Wrong Turns", which contains what Longo describes as a list of every mistake he has made in his life.
Finkel begins to recognize similarities between Longo and himself, their handwriting and drawing, and Longo's letters and Finkel's personal journals.
As the trial approaches, Finkel grows increasingly doubtful that Longo is guilty of the murders, and Longo informs Finkel he intends changing his plea to not guilty.
In court, Longo pleads not guilty to two of the murders, but pleads guilty to the murder of his wife and one of his daughters.
Finkel confronts Longo, who claims that he can not share everything he knows because he has to protect certain individuals, whom he refuses to name.
Greg Ganley Robert John Burke , the detective who tracked Longo down and arrested him, approaches Finkel, and claims that Longo is an extremely dangerous and manipulative man.
He tries to convince Finkel to turn over as evidence all of his correspondence with Longo. Finkel refuses and Ganley does not press him for an explanation.
At the trial, Longo takes the stand and describes his version of the events in detail. He claims that, after an argument with his wife about their financial situation, he had come home to discover two of his children missing, one of his daughters unconscious, and his wife sobbing, saying that she put the children "in the water".
Longo says that he strangled his wife to death in a blind rage. He says he thought his other daughter was dead at first, but then realized that she was still breathing and strangled her as well because she was all but dead.
Finkel's wife, Jill, watches Longo's testimony. As the jury deliberates, Jill visits Longo in jail and tells him that he is a narcissistic murderer who will never escape who he is.
Longo is found guilty of all four charges and sentenced to death. After he is sentenced, he winks at Finkel, who to his shock and rage, realizes that Longo has been lying throughout their conversations, using him in order to make his testimony more believable.
A short time later, Finkel meets Longo on death row. Longo tries to convince Finkel that he discovered his wife strangling their daughter and then blacked out, so that he has no memory of the murders.
Finkel angrily tells Longo that he will not believe any more of his lies and will warn the judge when Longo appeals his sentence of Longo's manipulative nature.
Longo retorts by pointing out the success Finkel has had with his book about their encounters, leaving the reporter shaken. Finkel reads a section of his book, entitled True Story , at a promotional event in a bookstore.
Taking questions from the audience, he imagines Longo standing in the back of the room. You will need light fingers, understanding of your fellow players, a dose of bluffing, as well as a little bit of luck.
In Reef Encounter the aim is to grow the largest and strongest corals on the reef and then to feed these to your parrotfish in the brief time available.
Points are awarded at the end of the game for the number and type of polyps that your parrotfish has consumed.
Each turn new coral larvae drift into the game. Larva cubes allow players to play their polyp tiles onto the boards and create new and larger corals.
Shrimps will then colonize these corals and protect the corals from attack. Corals that are two or more polyps in size may attack other weaker types of coral.
Polyps from a defeated coral can be recycled as new polyps or alternatively used to obtain alga cylinders or larva cubes. It is the alga cylinders which will strengthen some types of corals relative to the other types.
An alga cylinder can also fix the hierarchy between two particular types of coral for the remainder of the game. Reef Encounter will usually end once the hierarchy of all the corals is established or once one player's parrotfish has consumed four corals.
The climate is hot, and every drop of water is precious. Every player buys at auction certain plantations potatoes, beans, paprika, bananas, and sugar cane and tries to connect these to others in order to unite and enlarge their holdings.
Plantations must quickly be connected to the canal irrigation system so that they do not dry up completely and fail to produce any yield.
Bribes to the Canal Overseer are necessary, in order to insure that the canal system connects to your own plantations. The sooner that a plantation is irrigated and is connected to other plantations of the same type, the more yield.
The one who wins will be the one who most skillfully acquires plantations, irrigates them, and connects them to lucrative plantations of the same type.
Rio Grande Games Tikal is the most important and largest of all Mayan sites. It is located in the midst of an impenetrable jungle in northern Guatemala.
The Mayans lived in Tikal from BC to AD, but little is known of the civilization that thrived there for years.
As of this writing only a small fraction of the site has been excavated and investigated. Each player is the director of an expedition intent on exploring Tikal in search of the secret paths that lead to the temples and precious treasures that have remained hidden for over years.
A player receives points during four scoring rounds for each recovered treasure and for each temple that he controls.