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This is my very first video on You Tube. A short video dedicated to the memory of my Susan Lynne.
The song came to me as I thought about all those I have known, loved, and lost.
With each separation, be it death, divorce, or the parting of ways as people simply move on, the void none the less remains.
And with each, I found myself asking... "What now? Now that you're gone."
Somehow we manage to go on.
Original music written and played on a DXM Dreadnought Martin.
Thanks for listening, and for any kind words you may have.
Added: 6th April 2008
Posted By: theodas
Canada's most famous criminal case of the 20th century revolved around the rape and murder of 12-year-old Lynne Harper near Clinton, Ontario in 1959. A schoolmate, 14-year-old Steven Truscott, stood trial, was convicted of murder, and sentenced to hang. The sentence was eventually reduced to life imprisonment. With some doubts lingering over the accuracy of Truscott's conviction, and sympathy because of his age, Truscott was eventually paroled from prison in 1969. He lived for many years in Guelph, Ontario under an assumed name. In 2000 he shed his alias and began to publicly clamor for a new trial. Truscott's conviction was eventually overturned in 2007 because of what the Ontario Court of Appeals perceived as "a miscarriage of justice," though the court did not formally declare him innocent. Truscott was also awarded a $6.5 million settlement by the Province of Ontario. Is Truscott a murderer? Polls generally show Canadians think he is innocent by a 3:1 ratio. However the Harper family, usually forgotten by the media and the Truscott advocates, is convinced of Truscott's guilt. The victim's older brother has publicly called the payment to Truscott a travesty. The news of it seriously affected the health of Lynne's aged father. And little Lynne Harper remains 12 years old forever...
Added: 9th December 2008
Posted By: Lava1964