Originally Posted by Wickerman
Seriously, I have to wonder why you are making this so difficult.
The street door was not used by anyone, and certainly not Kelly, who lived at the back. All the street door did was give access to the common area within the house, it was now part of the shed where the barrows were kept - that's why it was locked.
Kelly can't live at the front if her door is opposite No.2 - for goodness sake's :-)
You've already been made aware that the couple who lived above Kelly slept through the whole thing.
A 'couple' is not Prater.
I don't know why you're struggling with this but I'll try to explain for you .
By mentioning the part about the latchkey and the closed door ,I was merely trying to point out to you that the report you are relying on so greatly is ....
Clearly in error on that score and therefore may be in error on other counts .
Nobody is suggesting that Kelly could use the front door for crying out loud
We know full well where the door to Kelly's room was .The writer of the telegraph report was mistaken .I do hope you can see that now