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Was He the Reason for Dorothy Kilgallen’s Death?

Johnnie Ray (January 10, 1927 – February 24, 1990) Don’t let anyone tell you that research of the past is unrewarding. The stuff that gets uncovered is worthy of a book or two. (And Shaw has beat me to that, … Continue reading

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How the Other Royal Wife was Discarded

Sarah, Duchess of York This could have been called a tale of two sisters-in-law. Sarah (Andrew’s wife) and Diana (Charles’ wife). They both were divorced, but only one lost her royal status. I wonder why (although it’s probably because Dodi … Continue reading

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When the Queen of Murder Mysteries Disappeared for 11 Days

Agatha Christie (September 15, 1890 – January 12, 1976) It’s what any self-respecting woman would do: after your husband asks you for a divorce, you drive off into the night, crash your car, and then totally disappear. But when you … Continue reading

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The Boy Prince Who Never Grew Up

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh (Jun 10, 1921) Oh, boy. There have been rumours for decades about Prince Philip, Consort to Elizabeth II. There might be something to those stories, but can they be repeated in mixed company? Philip’s birth … Continue reading

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Formulated Questions

When one finds love, it’s often difficult to sort out the emotions involved. The other person becomes one’s sounding board. Formulated Questions Questions   Why are you wracked with painful doubt? Is this the way you handle strife? What can … Continue reading

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