Transcript of an interview between Asa Keyes and Lorraine Wiseman, page 2, 1926
- Transcript of an interview between Asa Keyes and Lorraine Wiseman, page 2, 1926
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- August 21, 1926
- Los Angeles Times
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Interview with District Attorney Asa Keyes and Mrs. Lorraine Wiseman who claimed to be with Ormiston and her sister (Miss "X") in a cottage instead of Aimee McPherson, who was being charged with faking her own kidnapping.
Some text from the letter: "Mrs. Wiseman further stated that she could and would bring three witnesses to prove that she was the person in the cottage. Mr. Keyes asked who they were, and she stated that she would bring them. Upon Mr. Keyes' later repeated inquiry as to who the witnesses were, Mrs. Wiseman informed him that one was her son in university, one was a dentist and another was the man who drove her to and fro."
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- b&w nitrate negative
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