"To Jean Casarez, Court TV news correspondent.
GRACE: Jean, we have all taken a long, hard look at Melinda Duckett`s blogging. In between raising the child and making a living for herself, she managed to blog quite a bit, and -- volumes and volumes of blogging, I might ad -- and all these sentences, for the most part, rhyme.
Have you taken a look at the blogs, Jean?
JEAN CASAREZ, COURT TV: You know, I have.
And, Nancy, this is on MySpace.com. And this space, this is where you can meet people, but you can also correspond with people. And it appears as though that was one of the things she did, was correspond with her friends. There was an entry in May of 2006, not too long ago, that she heads, "Light of my life." And it`s all about her son and how much she loves her son.
GRACE: Joining me here into the studio, Andrea Macari, Dr. Macari, instructor of psychology.
Andrea, what do you make of these blogs and Melinda`s suicide?
ANDREA MACARI, INSTRUCTOR OF PSYCHOLOGY: Well, it definitely speaks to the inner turmoil that`s going on.
And this rhyming that`s going on is actually a symptom of mental illness. Nancy, it`s called clanging. It`s a symptom of psychosis. We sometimes see it in schizophrenia. It`s just not plain old rhymes, like poetry. She`s not doing Shel Silverstein over here. This is a symptom of mental illness. "
By Melinda Duckett June 6, 2006
WHY CANNOT ANYONE UNDERSTAND,
The horrid events were funeral bound.