In Case I should ever be Murdered

Last night, I awoke from a dream and realized I could be murdered. I quickly ran the likely suspects through my mind and decided to take action. I announced my latest project that evening at my cousin Cathy’s home in Milwaukee. Incidentally, it was also my boyhood home where a few friends and family were gathered. After several glasses of wine, I was able to convince each of them to donate a single strand of hair: “In case I should ever be murdered.” The strands were labeled, dated and entered into my sketchbook for eventual transfer to a presentation case that will be made available to the police for DNA examination after my demise. Original Participants included: Margarita Baumann, Catherine Healey, Susan Russell and John Pankau

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