I Now Strongly Suspect Mike Halbach Too
For a very long time, I have resisted the, at times, very strong urge to write much about Mike Halbach because the idea of him being involved in his sister Teresa’s death seemed much too gut-wrenchingly wretched to seriously consider. And it also seemed more than a bit improbable. Sorrorocide is rather uncommon, and, given that Teresa had already left the nest and was living on her own, it’s very difficult to fathom what motive her brother Mike might have had to kill her.
Nonetheless, many have noted the way Mike Halbach acted after Teresa’s death didn’t seem to be at all appropriate. He never shows his emotions, at least on camera, and seems to welcome their presence if it might give him yet another opportunity to make baleful pronouncements about Steven Avery’s guilt.
In one widely circulated clip shot only a few days after Teresa has gone missing, and therefore, of course, before it is officially known that Teresa has met a gruesome end, Mike is shown already musing, with his customary teutonic sangfroid, about the grieving process. He says that he is unsure whether the process might last days, or weeks!
In another video taken the day of the search for Teresa on the 5th of November, Mike is briefly interviewed and states that he doesn’t know what to expect. And once again, a smile plays across his lips.
Funny to think how camera shy Mike Halbach has been lately.