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Russian tea and Christmas cookies - Submitted by Chuck Lynch - Winston-Salem, NC See Chuck's listing on polygraphplace.com to inquire about his services

On Christmas Eve night about 8:PM 2001, my toll free pager beeped to alert me of a call to my hotline. Upon checking the information I called a telephone number in a city 125 miles from my home. When the telephone answered it was a female voice who was sobbing and obviously had been crying. We will call her "Michelle".

I asked Michelle to stop crying and tell me what I as a polygraph examiner could do for her this late on Christmas Eve. The young lady stopped crying long enough to tell me her fiance had broken off their relationship earlier that day because of statements made by a man who claimed he (the man) had an affair with Michelle earlier that year.

Michelle wanted to drive to my residence 125 miles away at 8PM on Christmas Eve night to get a polygraph examination administered to give her fiancé as a Christmas present to prove she had been faithful. "Michelle" drove to my home arriving about midnight and I administered a polygraph examination on her as the clock struck Christmas Day. Michelle passed the polygraph with flying colors. I typed my polygraph report on the spot while my wife entertained "Michelle" with Russian tea and Christmas cookies. I also printed off a set of polygraph charts and computer printout analysis for her to show her fiancé "Darrell" to try and restore the relationship for Christmas.

I never heard any more from "Michelle" until September 2, 2003 when I received a hotline message to check my e-mail. My e-mail was from a name I did not recognize but when I opened it, there was a photograph attachment of "Michelle", "Darrell" and a new born son. The photo was taken in the hospital room and "Darrell" e-mailed it to me thanking me for my Christmas present of a polygraph examination that no other polygraph examiner wanted to do on a Christmas eve night 2001.

Now I know beyond a doubt my purpose on this earth is to use my God given polygraph talents to seek the truth and lift the suspicions and lies caused by others.

Russian tea and Christmas cookies - Submitted by Chuck Lynch - Winston-Salem, NC See Chuck's listing on polygraphplace.com to inquire about his services

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