Rivera Was Involved in Some Elaborate Game
Allison found a folded-up note taped to her husband's computer. The note did not appear to be a suicide note. Instead, it oddly listed out random phrases, movies, celebrities, and names of loved ones. Allison knew that her husband was curious about these things, but she didn't know why they were all compiled in one document. A search of the first phrase on the note — "whom virtue unites, death will not separate" — suggested a connection with the Freemasons. It's possible that Rivera, an aspiring filmmaker, left behind innocuous research notes for a movie. But it's also possible (if only slightly) that he had ties with the Masons and that the letter was written in code.