“The Frozen Ground”: The true story of Cindy Paulson and serial killer Robert Hansen

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Sergeant Jack Halcombe
Sergeant Jack Halcombe
Vanessa Hudgens as Cindy Paulson
Vanessa Hudgens as Cindy Paulson

This movie is so horrifying that it’s hard to imagine someone like Robert Hansen (John Cusack) existed in this world we live in. I mean how can a guy have a decent family and do things like he did for so long. Today, Cindy Paulson (Vanessa Hudgens) is married with three kids and all of what happened was back when she just turned eighteen. I think if it was back in 1983, she must be about 45-48 years old right now. Honestly, I admire the strength that she had when she shared her story.

John Cusack as Robert Hansen
John Cusack as Robert Hansen
The true Serial Killer "Robert Hansen"
The true Serial Killer
“Robert Hansen”

The discovery of Bob’s murders began when his recent vicitm escaped just about when he was on his way to kill her in the middle of the forest. He was an extreme avid hunter and a nymphomaniac I would say. What he does is, he abuses the girl sexually to the point that she is too weak to stand up or fight for herself. He chains them like animals with no food or water and keeps them in his den until he decides that she’s of no use to him anymore. All of these are so well-orchestrated that even if the police got them, they were still struggling so hard to find direct evidence pointing him to all the killings of the women being linked to Mr. hansen.
Sergeant Jack Halcombe (Nicolas Cage) believed Paula. He was very determined to solve the case and have Bob be convicted without bail for a life sentence. He almost came to a point of losing hope on doing this, but with a few decent men putting their faith and trust in him, they saw through. I just felt enormous amount of relief when they did. Also, when Mr. Hansen was being intruded by Sergeant Halcombe; it was unexpectd but he confessed himself. You can watch the movie to find out what happened to Bob and what Alaska discovered on their Frozen Ground.the-frozen-ground-image01

On a personal note, I’d like to reach out to all the parents out there to safeguard your children and teach them how to be tough; enough for them to be able to recognize danger and avoid it. But, nobody can never be too careful so always make a plan in case prevention doesn’t work out.

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8 thoughts on ““The Frozen Ground”: The true story of Cindy Paulson and serial killer Robert Hansen

    The Frozen Ground (2013) | Online Relaxing said:
    September 30, 2013 at 12:22 pm

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    saturnblue said:
    January 10, 2014 at 4:12 am

    i just finished watching the movie.good movie snd actors were great.im glad this sicko was caught but a little too late.poor victims and there families. they should have put that bastard to death.the scary thing is that im sure there ae alot more of these people out there.

      Mommy D. responded:
      January 10, 2014 at 4:14 am

      It’s such a scary story and it happened in real life. I watched it twice and i think if i watch it again, it will still give me goosebumps

        saturnblue said:
        January 10, 2014 at 4:18 am

        in Alaska of all places.i think how the cities we live in hide these kind of monsters as it is overpopulated in most cities and as a kid i remember a man in a white van trying to grab me as i walked home from school.i ran and squeezed in between a wooden fence.il never forget it.

        Mommy D. responded:
        January 10, 2014 at 4:23 am

        Oh my. Good thing you had the strength to push him away. It really happens everyday and to anybody. We really need to be careful wherever we are

        saturnblue said:
        January 10, 2014 at 4:28 am

        yup.he didnt have a chance he called for me to come to him and i kept walking he then got out of his van and chased me i barely made it home as i told my mother she slapped me.no biggies though i made it. :) im a male.go figure. pervs of all sorts out there. thank god for the fence as i probably wouldn’t be here.

        Mommy D. responded:
        January 10, 2014 at 4:34 am

        I could only imagine how frightened you were then. Giid thing you got away. But it is really an alarming truth that these psychos exist and most of the time they really blend in the society as if they’re normal people

        saturnblue said:
        January 10, 2014 at 4:39 am

        thank you very much.yes i was.scary it could be your neighbor,friend anyone.thats what freaks me out when i think about it.you never know.alot of unsolved cases go unsolved remaining to be found.glad to know that people still try to solve them.

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