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rgrant wrote:I do know that Mrs. Wright died not too long ago, over the age of 100. But it was long enough ago that I would have thought the house would have changed hands or ownership transferred to an heir. You're lucky neither David nor Gladys were there when you "trespassed"; they were similar to "Watchdog" in their attitude toward visitors.
Mr, Grant , Gladys would be very distressed to hear about her recent demise, she is still quite alive, at 102 or 3. I was with Liz Wright at the time she visited Gladys in August. Check your facts a bit closer for accuracy.