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can we even trust Omid and Christa?/ radio voice?

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I remember when we meet them there is a lot of talk about trusting strangers and " new people " and all. Remember when we go up that ladder they are arguing and if we later ask Christa about it it says christa dont like you pryingor somethng, for some reason they need a child. Now hear me out.

Did you ever find it odd that the Voice we 1st hear on the radio in episode 3,4 and 5 changed when we met the dude in person? and that it is credited with 2 different voice actors, we all just assumed it was the stranger the whole time and Telltale hired a new actor for some reason, what if the voice on the radio is another character who was working with the station wagon stranger?

Ok here is where it gets crazy.

The 1st Radio voice sounds like a gerogia/southern accent, the only person i can think off is Terry St John, now i know Brenda implied he was dead, but she never SAID it, maybe he left for a while because he and brenda had problems, and he decided to come back right on the night it all goes down, He see's his family (see bold text below for possible scenarios) so he follows Lee and the rest of them back to the Motel and spys on them, He also runs into the stranger who tells him that Lee's crew stole his stuff so they Join forces to get revenge, They meet Omid and Christa and Kidknapp there CHILD ( Maybe the child from season 2 poster? XD ) and force them into helping them Get clem to get at Lee. Now back to Omid and Christa arguing on the overpass

" A group of guys is what we need " - Omid wants to get there child back by force and wants help

" They are what you THINK we need " Christa wants to stick with the Clem plan


I know it is heavily implied that Christa is pregnant but it could be a rouse, When she got upset over the sonogram she could have been thinking about her OWN kid, and we see her take a big ol gulp of that whiskey....

So yeah, they are being blackmailed, I can really see Telltale doing this because of the hints about not trusting strangers.

Anyway Terry and the station wagon guy ( Im gunna call him SWS from now on ) follow them to the coast, all the time speaking to omid and christa via ANOTHER radio, Terry is the one taunting them in episode 4 and i dont know why only SWS confronts you at the end, mabey Terry was elswhere planning something ( or even with Omid and Christa at that time )

It would be a shock and give good replay value, going back in time to tell clem to NOT go with Omid and Christa.....


I have no idear where the hell the 400 days people fit in to this, thats why this theory is far out, but what do you think?
















Terry comes home, if you did not Kill Andy or Danny He finds them, Andy has been bit and is dying, and Danny is dying from blood loss in the bear trap, He finds out infomation about Who did it from one of his dying sons, they tell him about the motor inn, and thats how he finds them

He comes home, if you only kill ONE brother, he finds out Info from the one you left alive who then dies soon after


He comes home, if you killed both Andy and Danny, Terry see's them walking down the drive a long way a way and tracks them down.

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  • I am sorry to ruin your idea but this was thought of before during the wait for Episode 4, and for the record the reason they used Rodger Jackson, Chuck's voice actor, for Campmans voice in Episode 3 and 4, was in my opinion, to make him sound more scary, and to make us think he is more then just a kidnapper, and it fooled me pretty well, and I guess it could be explained because the radio made his voice sound more menacing.

  • @Bioshock Infinite WD said: I am sorry to ruin your idea but this was thought of before during the wait for Episode 4, and for the record the reason they used Rodger Jackson, Chuck's voice actor, for Campmans voice in Episode 3 and 4, was in my opinion, to make him sound more scary, and to make us think he is more then just a kidnapper, and it fooled me pretty well, and I guess it could be explained because the radio made his voice sound more menacing.



    Well, its not yet confimed so its still a theory lol

  • Also Omid and Christa seemed very calm and handled the following episodes very well if their child was kidnapped. You'd think they'd be more serious and panicked. And they clearly do not have a radio. Omid jokes around to much for a father who just had his child kidnapped.

  • @Yertos said: Also Omid and Christa seemed very calm and handled the following episodes very well if their child was kidnapped. You'd think they'd also be serious and panicked. And they clearly do not have a radio.



    they didnt seem calm all the time, maybe they are just good actors under pressure?

  • I do have to say it does get extra points for being so crazy.

  • This kinda reminds me back when a lot of people thought Chuck was Terry and was suspicious of him because of the missing family picture on the train.

  • @Bioshock Infinite WD said: I do have to say it does get extra points for being so crazy.



    That walker that bit lee was placed in a rather unusual place right? Right next to clems hat, now it is implied that clem DROPEED the hat there? if clem had walked past that place, why did the walker not GET OUT AND ATTACK HER? i dont know how omid or anyone could have placed the walker there with ease, but who knows, it seems odd.

  • @StalkerWalker said: That walker that bit lee was placed in a rather unusual place right? Right next to clems hat, now it is implied that clem DROPEED the hat there? if clem had walked past that place, why did the walker not GET OUT AND ATTACK HER? i dont know how omid or anyone could have placed the walker there with ease, but who knows, it seems odd.



    It was the radio not the hat, but the point still remains. I think it's just one of those things you shouldn't think to much about. Even if it was planted the walker would attack Campman or Terry. Interesting theory but you might be thinking into it to much.

  • I think it was just lurking there, Campman when told you have been bit seems surprised, and why would he be if he set it there as a trap.

  • @Bioshock Infinite WD said: I think it was just lurking there, Campman when told you have been bit seems surprised, and why would he be if he set it there as a trap.



    They could have spotted it while near the house just sitting there, and quickly place a board over it, spurr of the momment

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