A post in the comments section of Ducky's blog (KimkinsExposed) continues to haunt me.
Below is a copy of my blog post from October 3, 2007, which was 3 days prior to LESYA, the "Lady in Red," being found by Buzzybee @ LCF:
"The lady (photo above) in the red dress appeared as Kimmer's "after" picture for a very long time on the Kimkins website until this past weekend, when the site was sanitized and this picture, along with many threads, etc., were removed.
Do you recognize her? We know she's not Kimmer.
Below is a post on Ducky's blog (KimkinsExposed) relating to the "lady in red." Under the "Comments" section of the post, are these comments by PrincessDucky, which I've highlighted in red:
October 3rd, 2007 at 7:33 pm
October 3rd, 2007 at 8:24 pm
Thank you for all this! Everybody. It’s all too good. When I joined, I heard a voice in the back of my head saying”this is a scam”. These photos are real. But I joined anyway. Live and learn live and learn!The news story it great.
October 3rd, 2007 at 8:32 pm
Princess Ducky — what do you mean, “She’s dead”?
October 3rd, 2007 at 8:39 pm
Just that, the woman in the picture is dead. Not dead like going to be dead, but dead as in dead and buried.
That’s all I can say. It might help those trying to find her identity to look for someone who is dead."
If the "lady in red," is, in fact, deceased, this makes Kimmer's use of her photo even more despicable.
If you recognize this picture, please post a comment on my blog.
The link to Ducky's post and the comments: http://kimkinsexposed.wordpress.com/2007/10/03/who-is-she/#comments"
To my mind, there's no doubt that PrincessDucky is Kimmer/Heidi Diaz, and her posting that Lesya was dead was an attempt to throw off the LCF detectives in their search for the "Lady in Red."
What I find so disturbing is the way the comment was worded:
"Just that, the woman in the picture is dead. Not dead like going to be dead, but dead as in dead and buried."
Is Heidi "PrincessDucky"? What are your thoughts?