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Special Thanks to:

  • Angie Hardy - Essay submissions
  • Lisa Brown - Essay submission
  • Jason Huang - Charles Whitman trading card web address
  • Rosa Eberly - KLBJ-AM audio tape, August 1, 1996
  • Chuck Meyer - Interview
  • Neal Spelce - Newscast video, August 1, 1966; Interview
  • Stephanie McDowell - Charles Whitman's coroner's report; Charles Whitman's UT psychiatric report
  • Lana Holloway - Interview
  • Tonya Browning - Digitizing video clips
  • Arthur VanderVeen - Instruction
  • Dan Barerra - Research
  • Lynn Rudloff - Disk first aid
  • University of Texas English 330e - Research


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