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Who Killed Carol Greggs? (4 Decades Later) Part 2

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Plain Talk 2010

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We ran out of time on Part 1.  Grady Abrams called in to refute what Alan Tanner said about his recollection of the events surrounding Carol Greggs' murder.  If you missed part one, the link is still up.  We will pick up where we left off with Alan Tanner.

One of the most gut churning feelings for those who have lost loved ones in death, is the feeling that their killer never faced justice for the murder.  Such is the case with the loved ones of Carol Greggs.  Carol's body was discovered in her apartment strangled to death, by her friend Grady Abrams, on June 17th, 1973.  Grady says whoever committed the crime, wanted it to look like he had done it.  Instead of casting a wide net looking for all possible suspects, the focus was put on Grady.  Grady feels that the investigation into Carol's death, was nothing more than a veiled cover to pin the murder on him.  Grady admits that Carol and himself parted on bad terms, and the letters found at the murder scene bore that out, but he says he's innocent.

My guest for the program, Alan Tanner, has another opinion on Grady's involvement in the murder.  Alan says that he can prove that Grady is lying about his story.  Alan has been investigating the murder of Carol, and even went to visit her family in south Georgia.  We will examine the facts of this unsolved murder and see if we can get help from the Augusta community in order to help solve this murder.  Carol was in the same profession that I am in, education.  It's hard to believe, that a person that committed their life to helping young people cannot get more support in the community.  She worked at Paine College and made many friends and connections there.  Please help to spread the word and if you have any info on this murder, contact me, Alan Tanner, Grady Abrams, or the sheriff's office.