This time we have a patient named "Robert Day":
Knowing that names of people in this investigation have provided some interesting coincidences, I did some research on "Robert Day".
Turns out there was a "Robert Day" who was a movie director. Not only a movie director, but one of his films was entitled "The Green Man":
Information can be found in the IMDB here -http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0050456/
Hhmm..remember our "Green Man"?
UPDATE: An anonymous reader sent another connection!
When looking at the plot for "The Green Man", we see that one of the main characters is William Blake. William Blake ultimately saves the main character from an assasination attempt:
The name "William Blake" recalls another place where we have seen this name, in it's nickname form, "Bill Blake". Let us reflect back to the mysterious tombstone that was in the Thriller short film in This Is It:
|Picture credit to mjjstillalive.altervista.org|
The tombstone reads Bill Blake, which would be a nickname version of William Blake. (Hmm..we've had some discussions of nicknames versus full names before... ). Could this name be inspired by the character in "The Green Man"?
The eerie coincidences continue......
Robert Day also directed a film entitled, "Corridors of Blood". The main character develops an addiction to surgical anesthetics!
Information on this film can be found here:
Thank you @annabel_lee_h for that discovery!
But a blog reader "Sarah" noticed a few interesting character names in the film. Let's look at the cast!
We have a "Resurrection Joe", and even more curious, a "Mr. Blount". A paramedic with the last name "Blount" testified at the preliminary hearing. Small world!!
As a side piece of trivia, an actor named Robert Day played a part in the 1980 film, "The Elephant Man".
Make no bones about it, it must also be a silly coincidence... :)
Thanks to all who have found interesting Robert Day connections such as @annabel_lee_h and @Nitrogen_ .