Will do! What a heartbreaking story Lisa has to tell.I was surprised to log on & see John Annibel's name here. I didn't know him but my husband was acquainted with him through work & I certainly remember what a shocking thing it was to the little town of Laytonville when Debbie Sloan's body was found. It was doubly shocking when a man who worked at the Harwood Products mill in Branscomb was arrested for her murder. Annibel was a grader there & my husband says he was "quiet" & always wore a Western-style tooled leather belt with a big cowboy buckle. He lived in Fort Bragg with his wife & kids. I remember reading that he was suspected of a couple of other murders years before but never knew what came of that. I didn't know there was a book about it. Will definitely read it. Strange how things seemingly unrelated tie in together. Thanks for this info, Rose. As always, keep up the good work.
Rose, I can hardly believe my eyes, I am absolutetly speach less. Reading your blog has left my body with goose bumps from top to bottom.God Bless You!Lisa
Indeed, Lisa! Rose is wonderful... & so are you!
I hope it helps, Lisa. Like so many others who read your message board, my heart goes out to you, and I am impressed by your stamina and firstname.lastname@example.org
I would really like to talk to you and Robert.
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