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I would miss your stories and I will add that though I don't read many of the other true crime blogs if I should find any site plagarising your work I will report it back to you.

Meantime, I hope that you continue with your writing.


I love reading your stories and would miss them if you stopped. If someone steals your work again, nail ‘em!

Cindy Rushforth

Can you find anything about a young woman whose last name was Wilson. She was murdered by a jilted boyfriend who gave her a box of poisoned candy. This was in the state of Georgia and probably Harris, Heard or Troup county. Back in the 1920's or 1930's, I think.

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