Our pal Ben Winslow at KSTU-Ch. 13 reports that none other than Nancy Grace could be flying in to Provo on Thursday "to pass judgment" on the case of Dr. Martin MacNeill, who stands accused of murdering his ex-wife, Michelle.
It's probably true. I've had a foreboding of evil all afternoon. And there's a chill in the air.
I've only had one face-to-face encounter with Grace, and it was pretty horrific. Because she was completely awful.
She was, as I wrote at the time, as abrupt, overbearing and self-righteous as she seems on TV. Actually, she was worse in person. Much worse.
I'm not exactly sure how her TV career survived the time she hounded the mother of a missing toddler so much in an on-air interview that the young woman killed herself, but that's the kind of behavior we've come to expect from Nancy Grace.
So keep an eye on the skies and see if Grace and her flying monkeys descend on Provo. She'll probably make it out again before someone drops a house on her.
I'm kidding! I'm kidding! I'm (mostly) kidding!
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