Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 13, 1976 · Page 178
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June 13, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 178

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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 13, 1976
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THE SMITH FAMILY By Mr. Mrs. George Smith WAG MY MOA\ AH' SHE SN1? HAVING SEEN ROSERY WASN'T THE MOTIVE/ AND . THEY WEREN'T TRYING TO KILL ME,,, KNOCKED OUT BY I AT LEAST, NOT YET/ IT WAS A WARNING CHLOROFORM, 1 ,,,LIKE THE KIND OF WARNINGS THAT JESSICA INSISTS Ik LEA'S BEEN GETTING FOR TWO-YEARS/ ON TALKING TO ^ SAM DRIVER/ IS IT RIDICULOUS THAT TWO MEN WHO BECAME INTERESTED IN YOU DURING THE PAST YEAR MET UNTIMELY DEATHS? I DON'T WANT) I'VE GOT YOU TO TALK/TO TALK ABOUT IT, ^ABOUT IT/ JESSICA/ FOR ALMOST TWO YEARS NOW, THERE'S BEEN A MAN WHO HAS WATCHED EVERY PERFORMANCE THAT LEA CULVER HAS GIVEN-,NO MATTER IN WHAT PART OF THE COUNTRY,,,OR WHAT PARI OF THE WORLD/ YOU SEE, MR. DRIVERY THIS IS I DON'T THINK THAT 7RIDICULOUS/) YOUR LIFE IS ^ SAFE NOW/ THERE'S LITTLE QUESTION BUT WHAT HE IS EMPLOYED BY KONRAD KOLE/ KONRAD KOLE ? SHOULD I KNOW THE NAME? GOIM6 TO ENJOY THIS MAX.' 60 MOI?MAN PUSH l HOW COULD JT?.. YOU WHOLE LIFE PASSED BEFORE -BUT PM TOE WAY DO\VM I THOUGHT CHecic

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