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Andy and the camera [spoilers]

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I can't figure out why Andy (I think his name was Andy, the brother that goes with you to the camp) was worried about you seeing the camera.
As soon as you pick it up he asks to see it, which I didn't think much of at first, until he said "Good" when you find out there's no batteries.
I thought there had to be something on that camera involving The St. Johns, but there wasn't. It was just the crazy lady stalking the motel, and getting harassed by bandits. So why would he care?

The only thing I can think of, is maybe the deal with the bandits was a little more than just giving them food. Maybe the bandits were finding people for the St. Johns to cut up, and the crazy lady got away?

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  • Yeah I did wonder that, you already know they were giving food to the bandits to avoid being killed which is the only indicting thing in there. He probably was just afraid that she had maybe recorded something else, I get the feeling he knew about her and that perhaps she had been causing problems for them before so maybe he was just concerned in general.

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    I was thinking that he knew exactly where and who she was. Everything with Danny was shady. For one thing, I'm finding it hard to believe that he "didn't know" where she was and he relied on Lee to notice the camp nearby. He's had trouble with her before and he likely figured that she video taped the barn or any other suspicious activity. She did, after all, "know what they did."

    The only problem with my theory is that he could have gone and killed her at any time, without an outsider with him. Maybe he didn't figure her a threat, but the way he was talking about her post-death, basically saying, "BOOM, headshot!,'" he likely would have been glad to do it at any time.

  • @BSM said: I was thinking that he knew exactly where and who she was. Everything with Danny was shady. For one thing, I'm finding it hard to believe that he "didn't know" where she was and he relied on Lee to notice the camp nearby. He's had trouble with her before and he likely figured that she video taped the barn or any other suspicious activity. She did, after all, "know what they did."

    The only problem with my theory is that he could have gone and killed her at any time, without someone with him. Maybe he didn't figure her a threat, but the way he was talking about her post-death, basically saying, "BOOM, headshot!,'" he likely would have been glad to do it at any time.

    I think they just didn't consider her enough of a threat to leave the farm unguarded and go kill her before, but she made a good excuse to leave Mark at the farm alone.
    I also think he was just trying to keep you out in the woods as long as possible, since he said multiple times that it was just a recon thing, and didn't want anything else to happen. If he was just out trying to find where the bandits were, he would have been content with "Okay this is where their camp is, we probably shouldn't risk getting caught digging through their stuff right now" and gone back to the farm.

  • well danny could of done it but our group would or noticed him missing or seen him go or heard the shot, also if he was on his own she may of shot him with lee he stood a better chance of surviving and controlling her actions. of course i was hoping and trying to spare her life till danny gives her the lead injection.. out of the blue.

    human flesh apparntly is very similar to pork so i hear..

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    @Milosuperspesh said: well danny could of done it but our group would or noticed him missing or seen him go or heard the shot, also if he was on his own she may of shot him with lee he stood a better chance of surviving and controlling her actions. of course i was hoping and trying to spare her life till danny gives her the lead injection.. out of the blue.

    human flesh apparntly is very similar to pork so i hear..

    I meant before Lee's group showed up. As in, he and Andy go out there and ambush her. It'd basically mean that she wouldn't exist in the game (alive), but she'd still be a part of the story. But as someone else had suggested, perhaps she wasn't a big enough fish to fry (no pun intended...well, maybe a little).

    And yeah, I've heard human meat is like pork. With the douche bags I've run into, the ones that make me a bit misanthropic, I'd believe that we'd taste like swine.

  • @Squidbit said: I can't figure out why Andy (I think his name was Andy, the brother that goes with you to the camp) was worried about you seeing the camera.
    As soon as you pick it up he asks to see it, which I didn't think much of at first, until he said "Good" when you find out there's no batteries.
    I thought there had to be something on that camera involving The St. Johns, but there wasn't. It was just the crazy lady stalking the motel, and getting harassed by bandits. So why would he care?

    The only thing I can think of, is maybe the deal with the bandits was a little more than just giving them food. Maybe the bandits were finding people for the St. Johns to cut up, and the crazy lady got away?


    The only reason it's important the camera is because she said don't eat the food fromm the dairy she thinks clem is her daughter and she called the bandits well... it can only be inferred that she said rapists

  • Jolene was one of the rare cases that managed to escape from the dairy with the secret that the St. John brothers were cannibals. Danny picked up on the fact that this was Jolene's camp. As such, he would be wary of anything.

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