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The 1980 Gray Murders It was a black December night in 1980. Trooper Earl Nicholson sped to the scene of a reported automobile accident. Arriving at the scene, Nicholson expected to see mangled steel and broken glass. Instead, he was met with the sig...
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The 1980 Gray Murders It was a black December night in 1980. Trooper Earl Nicholson sped to the scene of a reported automobile accident. Arriving at the scene, Nicholson expected to see mangled steel and broken glass. Instead, he was met with the sight of a young woman dressed in pajamas - and a small, shirtless, boy - laying under a tree in the front yard of the house facing the street. Scanning the bodies with his flashlight beam, it was evident to the state trooper that the victims had died from multiple stab wounds. Leading away from the stiffening corpses were two frozen trails of blood - one in the direction of the front door, the other in the direction of the railroad crossing down the road. Nicholson radioed for back-up and cautiously made his way toward the house. A List of Characters Henrietta Thomas - murdered by her son, Riddle C. Thomas, Junior. Howard Sisk - 14-year old relative murdered by Riddle C. Thomas, Junior. Charlotte Haynes - Howard's mother. Seriously injured when Riddle C. Thomas, Junior attacked her with a butcher knife. Riddle C. Thomas, Junior - Known as "Junior" by family and friends. 20-year old who went on a murderous rampage in his mother's house on a cold December night in 1980. Earl Nicholson - Kentucky State Trooper who was the first law enforcement officer to arrive at the scene of the murders. An Interview with Steve A. Reeves: Q: When did you know you wanted to be a writer? A: When I was working on my undergraduate degree at Cumberland College. Q: Where do your ideas come from? A: From real life events that are action packed and potentially dangerous. Q: What do you think makes a good story? A: Always leave the reader wanting to turn the page. Q: Which of your characters would you most like to invite to dinner, and why? A: I'd invite any of the crew members from Squawk 7500. And I'd like to sit down with Charlotte Haynes from The 1980 Gray Murders. Q: Which of your characters would you least want to dine with? A: I wouldn't want
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