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Part Two 6: Bouncing Back “Scarier, Scarier, Ra, Ra, Ra”

Part Two  6:  Bouncing Back:  “Scarier, Scarier, Ra, Ra, Ra” 17 December, 1947. Hello Chum! It’s exactly eight days since we heard from you – that is until your 241 and 242 got here this morn. (1) Believe me, we … Continue reading

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Part Two 5: Betrayed

Part Two   5:  Betrayed. “For over 7 months I’ve thought I’ve been in love with & engaged to Ernst.  All my plans – with a brake on – were made in relation to him.  Now I find in the … Continue reading

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