In 1998, Doris Hammack underwent controversial memory recovery hypnotherapy in an attempt to recall events from her childhood.
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In 1998, Detective Nelson spoke with the manager at Yoknapatawpha Farm Supply about one of their former employees.
In 1998, Doris Hammack visited the woman that the anonymous tipster had suggested she talk to: Beatrice Carmichael.
In 1998, Detective Nelson talked to Elbert Warren, Det. McPhail's prime suspect in 1958.
In 1998, Detective Nelson talked to Frank Abbott, another of the men who were laid off from Bowlan Glove on the day the Izards were murdered.
In 1998, Detective Nelson tracked down one of Doris Hammack's former foster parents to learn more about Doris as a child.
In 1998, Detective Nelson talked to Doris Hammack's former Social Services caseworker to learn more about Doris's history.
In 1998, Detective Nelson spoke with Elbert Warren's son and daughter-in-law about Warren's availability for an interview.
In 1998, Detective Nelson reached out to retired Detective McPhail to find out more about the Izard investigation.
In 1998, Doris Hammack approached the YCSD, saying she had possible new information in the Izard case. Detective Terry Nelson talked to her about her claims.
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Kelly Moran's husband, Russell, discovered her body in their home when he returned from work. Investigators noted signs of foul play at the scene.
Farmer John Reagle was arrested at a local bar after brandishing what he claimed was his ex-girlfriend's hand.
Newspaper managing editor Monica Drum was found shot to death in her office after the security guard heard gunshots around 3:00 a.m.
The body of 19-year-old Jasmine Ledbetter was found wrapped in plastic and left in the woods off Highway 7 south of town.
Pastor Martinson was found bludgeoned to death at his church on Easter Sunday.
Personal assistant Lee found her boss, literary agent Victor Jennings, dead in a pool of blood in his kitchen.
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