Gx Reviews: There's Something Wrong With Aunt Diane




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Aaron Luna: My theory: Diane was suffering from a painful medical issue (tooth, migraine?) on the road. Stopped at convenient store for pain meds (tylenol, etc.) to deal with the severe pain. Store had none. She was on a time crunch to get kids home. Decided just to reach for closest “pain reliever” around which was vodka and weed. She didn’t realize how much she was drinking on the road. The alcohol didn’t kick in fast enough to relieve pain so she started smoking weed hoping that would help. The alcohol finally hit her pretty severely and that along with smoking weed caused Diane to enter a drunken and high mental state that caused her to become confused, uncoordinated, etc. And that led to the deadly crash. I don’t put a lot of stock in what the other drivers who saw her had to say about her looking determined as if wanting to commit suicide. Think about when you drive and pass a car going the opposite direction at a high rate of speed. Can you really make an accurate declaration about what that person may or may not be thinking or intending to do. Not really because those encounters happen in a split second. So essentially she unintendedly got blitzed out of her mind trying to relieve her medical pain and those actions led to this disaster. The husband and sister-in-law are understandably in denial about that fact because the pain of knowing Diane’s bad decisions caused massive loss of life is just too hard to deal with. I feel for all of the families involved. Prayers to all

Mistress Liz: I really enjoyed this documentary. I do think this case is mysterious. They said the amount of marijuana in her system would have meant she had smoked like 15 minutes before dying. This also fits with the fact that there was still alcohol in her stomach that hadn't been absorbed yet. It sounds like after leaving the gas station, she chugged ten shots of vodka, and smoked a joint. If she was secretly an alcoholic, who drank like that on a regular basis, I don't think she could have hidden it from her family. I think the alcohol and drugs in her system came as a complete shock to her husband, and I don't think he is trying to cover for her. I think if he knew she was an alcoholic, he wouldn't have tried so hard to clear her name. Alcoholism is a progressive disease, and it rarely goes from someone's family has never even seen them drunk before, to drinking 10 shots of vodka at once and then driving with kids in the car. So, I question if she really could have been secretly an alcoholic. I got the impression from the documentary that she kept her emotions bottled up, and didn't really talk about her feelings. She may have been in a very bad mindset, and no one knew anything was wrong. I think she could have had a serious mental illness that went undetected, and the mental illness caused her to drink the vodka, because she was delusional, suicidal, or having a psychotic episode, possibly brought on by the marijuana.

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Captain Cambodia: I just watched this. Sad on many levels. Especially listening to those horrible accents.

coyote1944: So terribly sad and so little mentioned about the wonderful man who was killed along with his dad and friend. I met Guy Bastardi, he was genuine, so very kind and close to his family.
Rest in peace Guy...

Brian Logan: It's a horrible shame that any family loses children. Everyone has their own opinion and perception on what went wrong with Diane but sadly drugs of any kind effect everyone differently, we shouldn't lecture or preach. Pot has never caused impaired driving as far as I know but people are capable of anything especially loved ones and people we think we know very well. We will never ever really know what was going on in her head at the tragic time. My take, YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN YOUR NUMBER IS UP.

Sean Selvig: She may have had substances in her system, but that could be incidental. That is, while it is certainly a factor, it may not be the sole cause or the root cause of the incident. The substances could have been similarly symptomatic of the same underlying cause that led to the accident. This really hits home, because I myself had a close call some years ago when another driver on the opposite side of the interstate crossed the median and came straight for me. I managed to get around her, and I didn't see her hit anyone behind me (traffic was thankfully light that day). It was haunting though because she had such a look of intent on her face. She made it dangerously close to me by the time I managed to just barely edge around her, and I swear we made eye contact. She may have had substances in her system too, but that almost seems irrelevant, because it seemed so clear that she knew exactly what she was doing. Anyway, it was a chilling moment to be sure, and I can't help thinking about it now. Sometimes good people just snap. I will definitely have to check this out. Thanks for the review!

Jenee Zen: Diane's son wasn't ejected but he said he flew in the air because the children weren't in car seats and seatbelts.

Shelley D: Why did you laugh so strangely at the beginning?

WatcherAnon504: I watched this last night...TYVM for link I haven't gotten this off my mind all night,it's so sad for everyone involved in this case. I am just wondering when she smoked her J?? B4 she packed the car...seems someone would have smelled her and fussed. I don't see her smoking with a 8 y o in the car to tell her mom......IDK

MegaFarfel: So sad. A miserable unhappy woman who put on that "perfect mask" of everything fine. Her husband was a lazy under achiever who was just another burden. I believe Diane snapped and drove around for 4 hours until she downed a half bottle of vodka and smoked some weed steady her nerves and numb her brain as she drove at 75 mph into oncoming traffic to end all.

Bec Wakefield: The level of dysfunction in this family is mind blowing. From Diane’s family of origin, to her obsessive need to “appear” in control, to her husband’s desire not to have children but having them anyway, to the strange relationship he has with his brother’s wife. Not to mention, some of the deepest levels of denial I’ve ever seen.

Judy Holiday: I watched this on HBO when it was first released,and it broke my heart..

Suzzy: That Danny is evil man I think he had something to do with it in someway and is covering up information !!.. Why did he say that they had made breakfast before he left? Then he said they only had a couple of cups coffee?? and Diane was going to get breakfast on way home? Oh I find it very disgusting that he would make a photo album for his son and in it is a photo of his little sister holding a beer in her hand?? So many questions here Gezz.. God bless all those kids and familys involved. Diane was definitely a drinker 2! .. why lie there is a photo of her and Danny and she has a beer in her hand! but one of the things that gets me is most ppl that smoke weed don't drive fast is what I thought?? I don't know??..the truth always comes out in the end so its only a matter of time. Disulfiram tablets??

Delta Man: ..........I've kept an eye on this story for awhile now and I tend to lean towards the theory that toxicology reports don't lie. I agree with a fellow commenter when they say that there's something odd about the husbands and sister-in-laws insistence on Diane not being a drinker. Sadly, because it was documented that Diane was for the most part the sole provider of the family I can't help but to think that her life insurance was denied being that the accident was considered driver responsible. I'm just wondering if the husband is trying to clear those charges so that he'll be able to collect on her life insurance policy.

Tina Pinkerton: John- regardless of what possible physical issues were going on Diane, she chose to drink and smoke marijuana while driving with children. In my past while drinking and drugging i had numerous blackouts - boy! The family was in complete denial. It was as if they didn't want to be held responsible in any way. Just watching her husband and his sister pursue the fact that she wasn't high - he was so adamant that she wouldn't do that - that being said (one of your phrases) it was some what frustrating. I'm speaking only from my experience. My family and friends would say "you don't drink that much or I didn't know you used drugs."

Rebecca Gable: My goodness, who in the world would let a painful tooth abcess go for so long?! It hurts like crazy!

Naomi Houghtaling: The full documentary can be found on Carrie Leslie's channel.

bridgett / jamee cooper: Loved this one too:) Family denial big time:)

Facts Matter: The only mystery here is why the husband is in denial. Fact: She got so freaked up that she couldn't talk or see properly and before she knew it 8 people were dead.
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Gx Reviews: There's Something Wrong With Aunt Diane 5 out of 5

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Aaron Luna: My theory: Diane was suffering from a painful medical issue (tooth, migraine?) on the road. Stopped at convenient store for pain meds (tylenol, etc.) to deal with the severe pain. Store had none. She was on a time crunch to get kids home. Decided just to reach for closest “pain reliever” around which was vodka and weed. She didn’t realize how much she was drinking on the road. The alcohol didn’t kick in fast enough to relieve pain so she started smoking weed hoping that would help. The alcohol finally hit her pretty severely and that along with smoking weed caused Diane to enter a drunken and high mental state that caused her to become confused, uncoordinated, etc. And that led to the deadly crash. I don’t put a lot of stock in what the other drivers who saw her had to say about her looking determined as if wanting to commit suicide. Think about when you drive and pass a car going the opposite direction at a high rate of speed. Can you really make an accurate declaration about what that person may or may not be thinking or intending to do. Not really because those encounters happen in a split second. So essentially she unintendedly got blitzed out of her mind trying to relieve her medical pain and those actions led to this disaster. The husband and sister-in-law are understandably in denial about that fact because the pain of knowing Diane’s bad decisions caused massive loss of life is just too hard to deal with. I feel for all of the families involved. Prayers to all
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