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    2 Responses to Navigation

    1. Dave Seaney

      June 3, 2012 at 6:51 pm

      Leonard I found your message on Audrey’s website. I am the creator of Audrey’s websites and the Murder In The Moonlight website. I still have two more LaSAlle Tower related murders yet to tell plus updates on the others. I hope to catch up in a couple months.
      Your websites are awesome. Your mother’s story is great. I’ve been doing the family history for 40 years and am always looking for stories to add and pass down.

       

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