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Serial Killers Say

I have a few updates for you guys and an announcement or two.

I received a very fat letter from Morgan Smith about a week ago. She answered the questionnaire I send all inmates. It has questions about their lives in prison and the facility itself. I asked her about how she met Daryl and how she got involved in the sex slave life. Quite a story. Its probably a rather average progression of events as such things go, but this time it ended with murder. Morgan told me she was working as a dancer when she met Daryl who was a customer and friend of the owner. Ill be creating an independent post about the letter next week as well as posting the letter itself on the Patreon page in April.

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While we're on the subject of Morgan, I got an email from a woman who said she shared a cell with Morgan before her trial. She shared some information about how Morgan was treated while staying there in the medical ward on suicide watch. She's tried to contact the appellate attorney with this information she feels could be helpful in her case but they refused to discuss the case with her.

Very surprisingly, out of the clear blue sky, I got an email from Emilia Carr of Florida's death row. She said she just popped in to tell me Jesus loves me and wrote a page of Christian dialogue. She signed off saying she and God both loved me very much.

Lastly, I wanted to let you all know we are running a little contest in April. Its very simple. The person who makes the most comments on recent posts during the month of April receives an Amazon gift card and some other cool goodies. Details will come later in the month so get your posting finger ready. You got this!


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