Holiday periods tend to be the busiest for polygraph examiners. We conduct more lie detector tests for infidelity in Belfast, on the May Bank Holiday and other seasonal breaks, than all the other tests put together.
Last year wasn’t good for Cassie. She’d been having an affair for several years with her married lover, Mike. Every year he made a point of spending May Day with her but last year they’d argued. She was tired of him telling her he would leave his wife, Margaret and not following through.
They’d gone out for lunch and had a few too many drinks. When they got back to her place Cassie, passionate with ‘Dutch courage’, had asked for the hundredth time when Mike was leaving his wife. He’d told her “soon” as he steered her toward the bedroom. “Then you won’t mind calling her and telling her that will you?” she countered.
Of course he wouldn’t so Cassie let him go off to the bedroom and whilst he was in the shower, she called his Margaret. She said “You don’t know me but I have been having a very serious affair with Mike for over 5 years and he wants to leave you. If you are wondering where he is every bank holiday and on Valentine’s Day he is with me.” Then she put the phone down.
Feeling satisfied with herself she went to bed with her lover. Mike’s phone rang several times but as usual, he ignored it.
The day after
The following day Margaret called Cassie. She had spoken to Mike when he got home and he’d denied everything. She called Cassie a liar because she’d also spoken to Mike’s best friend who had told her they’d been out fishing the night before. Margaret said not to phone her again or her husband.
Not long after Margaret’s call, Mike called Cassie. He said he realised she was drunk and that she’d called his wife but he forgave her. He’d managed to smooth things over at home and he would see her as usual this bank holiday.
Cassie was devastated. She asked Mike why he had denied their affair when he was supposed to be leaving Margaret. To which he responded with the classic reply of all married men who have no intention of leaving their wives “the time isn’t right.”
Lie detector test for Infidelity in Belfast
Cassie ordered a polygraph test with us online. She wanted to prove that she was having a relationship with Mike and how long it had been going on.
For this type of test the questions are straightforward with “yes” and “no” answers. Having formulated them and spoken at length to Cassie during the pre-test interview our polygraph examiner conducted the test.
Naturally it proved she was telling the truth about her affair.
We provided her with the results on the same day, with our fully analysed and peer reviewed report to follow.
Cassie asked for 2 copies of the report – one for her and one for Margaret.
‘Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned’
We have no idea whether the results from the lie detector test for Infidelity in Belfast caused the break-up of the marriage; or if Cassie is now with Mike. We haven’t heard from her in a year and wonder what she is doing this May bank holiday. However, we wouldn’t be surprised if we receive a call from Margaret one day.
If you would like to order a test related to infidelity in Belfast you can do as Cassie did and book online. Alternatively if you would like to discuss your specific circumstances confidentially with a polygraph examiner, call our Free Helpline on 85 176 3360.
In most circumstances when tests are conducted for Cassie’s reason, they don’t result in happy endings. Either the lover will be disappointed or the wife. In the majority of cases, it is the lover who loses. If you fall in love with someone who is married, wait for them to leave their partners before embarking on a relationship. In this way nobody is hurt.