In Memory of Georgann Hawkins

During his murderous career, Ted Bundy took the lives of many bright, lovely young women; some of his abductions seemed nearly too crazy to happen. The case of Georgann Hawkins is one of those.

Georgann, known as “George” to her friends, was a happy, confident and beloved girl. A Brownie and competitive swimmer as a child, she was full of energy and loved to talk. She had many friends of all types; people simply enjoyed being around…

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Writer, reader, margarita drinker. Currently looking for a “dare to be great” situation.

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