i guess a lot of people wanted or rather expected Henry to be the hero. but that's what made it so great of an ending. they try to grasp on the WHY, WHY, WHY? but the real question was, and has always been - WHO, WHO, WHO. who was the killer and the accomplice? Henry started killing because he was just plain crazy, no explaination about it. he wanted so much to be alone with Abby on Harper's Island, that he lost sense of it all and succumbed to Wakefields own disturbed thoughts. and people want to understand how Henry just look at John Wakefield and had a connection, is it possible? yes. in rare cases of psychological findings, babies remember songs that they heard when they were still months old. or even voices. for example, a father sings to his child and loses her. after 21 years, if the child hears that same person sing, he or she will have a familiarity with the voice. it will even sometimes sound, soothing to them, a sense of trust develops. sooo in the end the short version is - the two killers were just plain psychos!
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