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They called Emmett Spencer “the dream killer.”
They called Mary Catherine Hampton “the Liz Taylor of the Prison Set” and “Hillbilly Lolita”
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Every day, he replayed the Wednesday he’d come home from work at 6 pm—February 24, 1960—to find his wife gone, the baby crying alone in her crib.
Neighbors said the stranger had been parking a blue 1958 Ford across the street from the Cochrans’ for three weeks and reading a newspaper for hours at a time.
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