around 11:00 pm and 12:00 am. "I have a definite
feeling in my mind," he told our investigator, "that
this murder was committed after 10:30 at night." This
is a bold assertion to make, and certainly one which
must come informed by more than just a blind guess.
Littleton was asked, once again, to substantiate his
suspicion. Why do you say that? he was asked.
"Because," he responded cryptically.
When pressed a little farther, Ken revealed some of his rationale. Oddly, while apparently just theorizing off the cuff, Littleton came up with a number of general details which we now have good reason to believe are factual. Tommy, Littleton pointed out, appeared perfectly normal while watching the movie--suggesting he didn't commit a murder by that point. But after the movie, Tommy went upstairs around 10:00 to do his "fictitious report." Littleton says he could just as easily have gone out to meet with Martha Moxley. Martha either could have been waiting for him or he could have gone up to her house and, as Littleton said to our investigator, "thrown a pebble at her window or something like that."
Right there, whether wittingly or unwittingly, Littleton touched upon a crucial detail only very few people involved in this investigation are aware of. Michael has confessed to going outside to Martha's window, between 11:40 pm and 12:30 am, and throwing pebbles from a tree to get her attention. When, according to Michael, she did not come to her window, he masturbated himself to orgasm in the tree. We also have testimony from other, more trustworthy, sources--much of it as nebulous but determined as Littleton's--suggesting Michael never went to the Terrien's (namely, from John Skakel, who was in the car and at the residence, and Andrea Shakespeare). We have also, as previously mentioned in this report, found indication that Martha Moxley could have gone home for a period of time on the night of October 30, 1975, before she was murdered.
How Littleton divined the inspiration for such educated guesses about what happened to Martha Moxley is of extreme interest to this investigation. Can his intuition be merely coincidence?
To our investigator in Boston, the fact that Littleton mentioned pebbles being thrown at Martha's window in conjunction with his assertion that the murder occurred after 10:30 and that Michael was somehow involved, suggested that perhaps he actually saw Michael outside of Martha's house between 11:40 pm and 12:30 pm [am]. As disclosed earlier in this report, Michael has testified, with regards to his late-night excursion, that after climbing down from the tree he stopped near a street light on Walsh Lane. Michael stated that he felt "someone's presence" in the area where Martha's body was eventually discovered. He yelled "into the darkness" and threw something at the trees. Still fearing what was there, he ran back to his house. Was it Littleton in the darkness? Is this why he knows Michael was out there throwing pebbles at Martha's window, but cannot disclose as much due to self-incrimination?
Careful not [^] come across in an accusatory or otherwise aggressive manner, our investigator broached the subject with Littleton again in a follow-up interview. Taking a provocative questioning liberty, he bluffed and told Littleton that Michael claims he actually saw him out