One of the big clues. I remember was the locket Clay had given Trisha. When a amnesiac Trisha disowned the Alden's. She gave Clay the locket back. In turn Clay gave the locket to a devastated Gwyneth. This took place about a year before the Loving Murders. When Gwyneth was going after her next victim. A clicking, clacking noise would be heard. Which was Gwyneth making that noise with the locket. A brilliant clue. On the writers part. But easily overlooked. I totally overlooked this at the time.
Sorribes Tormo dragged Ashleigh Barty all over the court today.
It's hard for me to reconcile heat being a factor for Barty. It looked like Sorribes Tormo made the match very very physical, running Barty all over the court, mixing up shots and keeping Barty on her heels, not allowing her to essentially stand in virtually one place and hit.
I wrote about it a lot last summer when I got to rewatch the whole story for the first time since childhood - I do not exaggerate when I say the Loving Murders was a huge part of what got me through 2020, along with Marland's ATWT, classic Y&R reruns and some other resources - but I think they seeded Gwyneth often and well, right from the very beginning. There are both little and very big clues, like Gwyneth constantly haranguing Alex and Charles to read her psych profile of the killer - part of her wants the world to know it all, to know her pain. The final scenes she has with her father are also fascinating to analyze, and very early scenes in the story with Jeremy when she talks about going on vacation with Clay and the kids. I also think the past of Loving, particularly the early 90s episodes we've been watching, inform a lot of it.