The creepiness started, however, with a flashlight shining on a white board filled with anonymous confessions. We assume this was part of a Truth Up Day activity, where the students were encouraged to get everything out in the open. But the scene went by so fast, we couldn’t see everything. Now we have, and we’re sharing with you what was written on the board:
I'm still a virgin My parents are illiterate I hate my life I've never been kissed I'm afraid of my dad I know who killed Alison DiLaurentis
Those are pretty heavy admissions for high school students to be talking about, anonymous or not. Jenna and Noel, for some reason, are standing there in the dark looking at the board — odd, since Jenna obviously cannot see it.
The most telling sentence, of course, is that someone at Rosewood High (or who was there during the lock-in) knows who Alison’s murderer is. Since we know “A” was at the lock-in too, could we go back to the theory that “A” and Alison’s murderer are the same person? They would have to be involved with the N.A.T. club if so (since Jenna and Garrett are directly linked to framing the Little Liars for her murder, and are responsible for the missing autopsy page), meaning Jason and Noel are prime suspects.
None of these phrases are particularly familiar to us, except perhaps for “I’m afraid of my dad,” which could apply to Jason (Drew Van Acker). But he was just an advisor for the lock-in, not a student. And he certainly doesn’t seem afraid of Mr. Hastings.