The Dreams of Ada - Chapter 2, Of Deer and Calves Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Of Deer and Calves Summary and Analysis

On Monday morning, a composite drawing was made based on the description of two men seen at J.P.'s, another convenience store not far from McAnally's, by the clerk, Karen Wise. This composite sketch was shown that night on the local television station, and was printed in the Ada News the following day. More than a hundred calls were taken the first few days the composite sketches were made public. A large number of those calls provided two names, Billy Charley and Tommy Ward. Police were able to rule out Billy Charley immediately. Tommy Ward told police he had gone fishing with a friend, Karl Fontenot, and then had gone to a party. The police attempted to interview Fontenot, but did not follow up because Fontenot did not fit the description of...

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