In Part 3, Host Cameron Jay introduces listeners to the life and work of Ann Orr Morris, Sally Nathanson, and Helen Nathanson-- 'The Women of Carr's Hill." In 1987, Ann Orr Morris lived with her husband on a family estate. Not far away stood the home of her sister, Sally. Sally and her adoptive daughter, Helen, lived together in another home on the 28-acre estate. Until one day, they too encountered a similar fate to The Suttons. With the town now facing the thought of two different homicidal events, would answers finally come and an arrest finally be made?
Book Citation: Georgia Museum of Art. (1994). Ann Orr: Silversmith, Goldsmith, & Enamelist. University of Georgia.
Episode Cover Image Citations:
Ann Orr Morris: Georgia Museum of Art. (1994). Ann Orr: Silversmith, Goldsmith, & Enamelist. University of Georgia.
Sally Orr Nathanson: Pandora Yearbook, 1948
Helen Nathanson: Clarke Central High School Yearbook, 1983
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