Family Ghosts
Family Ghosts
Jan 14, 2021
29: A Crane in the Bay - Part 1
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When an unnatural disaster befalls her family, Kate demands answers. But no one's willing to talk.

Read David Simon's 1992 article about Kate and her family here.

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