Notes for Wilson E. Carroll: I Vaguely remember Judy, but I do remember visiting her in her hospital room. I remember she was pale and frail with dark hair and was very lovely. Uncle Eugene thought she was the moon and the stars and was destroyed when she died. I heard him once express in deep anguish how he couldn't believe in a God that would let an innocent child die. He was bitter and broken and took up drinking. I remember he used to chase my brothers and I arround the house and that he scared me. There was something behind his eyes that belied his smile. He was instrumental and getting my cousins Susan and Eric McCreedy away from their stepfather who was abusing Susan and spending all of their inheritance from their mother who died under mysterious circumstances. Susan an Eric were from the marriage of Margaret and Johnny Lockwood who was a detective. Mac McCreedy was a foul abusive drinker and was suspect in the death of Margaret in the eyes of the family. Though her death appeared to be suicide there were things that just didn't add up, like cigarette butts in the ashtray of her car, and the seats were slashed with a knife. It was made to look like she put a hose in the exhaust pipe and ran the pipe to the car and ran the engine with the windows rolled up. The case was never solved and was left open. I met Johhny Lockwood, and his partner, some years later. He seemed like a nice man as he told us children about his weapon, we were asking him questions about guns. He filled our heads with images of just how deadly guns are and how phony TV portrayed their affects.
More About Wilson E. Carroll: Fact 7: Musician, Played trumpet with Glen Miller or Count Basey Orchestra. Fact 8: Daughter, Judy, died of polio and he lost his faith in God.. Social Security Number: 553-12-4890.235 SSN issued: California.235