A still shaken Berry woman says she may go into hiding in order to keep from reliving the night of Sept. 7; a night she calls “the night of hell.”
What started as a simple friendly encounter between two neighbors quickly turned into a night filled with acts of jealousy and rage against Dorothy Butcher.
“Harold [Stevens] and the neighbor were outside one evening talking about starting a garden,” Butcher recalled. “He called me outside and asked what I thought about it. I said that was fine with me.”
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