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Garretson Chronicle

Gerald Warner Brace

Garretson Chronicle

by Gerald Warner Brace

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Published by W. W. Norton & Company .
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Open LibraryOL7450609M
ISBN 100393002721
ISBN 109780393002720


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"The Garretson Chronicle," by Gerald Warner Brace, might have. I was looking through the polygraph given to Garretson on Aug at Parker Center @ hours.

In reading through the transcript I came upon a very interesting fact. Garretson says in his transcribed statement, that sometime in May,a friend of his named Darrell Kistler moved-in with him. A Vietnam vet that he knew.