By Lyn Riddle
<CENTER>A Murdered Husband. . .</CENTER>
Gulf battle veteran Doug Gissendaner may do whatever for a chum, a stranger, or the spouse who broke each rule within the marriage booklet. Now, investigators have been scouring the Georgia woods now not faraway from Doug's domestic. they would already discovered the charred wreckage of his automobile. They knew they have been trying to find a physique. . .
<CENTER>A Hitman Who Killed for romance. . .</CENTER>
Gregory Owen have been having an on-again, off-again affair with Doug's spouse for years. Then Kelly Gissendaner instructed Greg it was once time for her husband to die. With a knife and a plan, Greg compelled Doug to force into the woods. while Greg comprehensive his savage, cold-blooded deed, Kelly confirmed as much as verify Doug was once lifeless.
<CENTER>A girl On dying Row. . .</CENTER>
this is often the fantastic precise tale of the one lady on Georgia's demise Row and the chilling, account of how...
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On Thursday morning, Kelly called Davis and asked to meet with him when she left work after lunch. Thirty minutes later, Doug Gissendaner Sr. called Davis and asked to meet him. Davis met Doug Sr. in the parking lot of Dacula City Hall that afternoon. “Kelly had a Cavalier and the engine burned up,” Doug Sr. said. “It cost fifteen hundred dollarsto fix it. ” She was terrible with money, Doug Sr. said. She had ruined his son’s credit rating. Often she didn’t pay bills on time, if at all. His son managedto scratch his way back to some semblance of financial security, but it was a long stretch of rock-strewn road that Kelly kept throwing boulderson.
Don’t know whether he stopped on the way home to help somebody. I personally don’t think he ever came home. There was no evidence to prove that he was ever here. I mean, like I said, when I left I left the lights off. ” “Not that I know of. Doug was, I mean, he knew how to fight. ” “That I don’t know.
It would never be featuredin Southern Accents, but it belonged to them. Them and the bank, which charged higher than normal interest because late payments decimated their credit score. When they moved in, all the rooms needed paint. The large front yard looked more like a pasture than a lawn. Weeds sprouted where shrubs usually grew. Doug happily did the work. It was for his family. He prided himself a family man. It was all he ever wanted from his life. To be like his dad, a caretaker, a hardworking man who spent all his free time doing for his wife and children.