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  1. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by mfmangel1
    Even though Kukoda died, there is a theory that her family may have been involved.

    We have never been able to track down the "Suki" person that the Georges were associated with. I believe GW worked with her at one of the hospitals.
    I am compiling a list of RN in San Francisco right now. So far 8,000 names on the list and I am up to the "P's". We will find Suki. Wasn't her name Seki?
    Last edited by SherlockJr; 06-14-2006 at 10:36 AM.

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    Not toooooo bad, only 11,082 names to sift thru.

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    Don't mean to throw a wrench into your efforts... but, do we know that Suki was a nurse? She could have been an aide, a receptionist or even volunteer...

    Quote Originally Posted by SherlockJr
    I am compiling a list of RN in San Francisco right now. So far 8,000 names on the list and I am up to the "P's". We will find Suki.

    “Once you eliminate the impossible, whatever remains, no matter how improbable, must be the truth.” Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sr.

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    Good analyses, MFM. It is very interesting how Annasmom's dreams and intuitions (and some of the details from the psychics) lines up with what we have determined independently to be fact.

    The name of the woman that has been mentioned is Seka and she was from Yugoslavia. It appears that she was only involved with the two Georges for a short period that started a couple of years after Anna disappeared. Evidently, she quickly learned that they were loons and broke off contact with them (to Brody's great distress).

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    For Annasmom & Dr. Doogie-

    Thank you so much for posting the journal. It allows us to gain so much insight into the circumstances and the people involved.

    It is also such a heartbreaking, yet precious record of Anna and Annasmom's odyssey of their lives together and the agonizing separation. It allows us to feel a small inkling of her pain.

    Thank you so much for allowing us into your private world.

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    The book

    Quote Originally Posted by SherlockJr
    It is now 7:30 am and I have finished reading. I have tears and a lump in my throat. I have written notes which I will address after getting some sleep. Beautiful work Mikie! Nite all.
    It has been a slow couple of weeks here, so I thought I'd tell you a little about the family reaction to Searching for Anna. Not all my family members were as stalwart as dear Sherlock, and not all of them have been able to get through the book, maybe for emotional reasons, or maybe because they just couldn't plough their way through so many words. Annasunc, however, made valuable notes as he read it. For instance, he says all the pictures need captions...he never realized that the one of Doogie was of him playing a Father in a production of The Fantasticks. He laughed when I sang him a bit of the Fathers' song: "..but if your issue doesn't kiss you, then I wish you luck...for once you've planted children, you're absolutely stuck!" He thinks some papers which are referred to should be included in full, in particular GW's letter to Goering's widow, as gruesome and bizarre as that might be. I'm still waiting to hear from the passport office and hope it won't be too much longer. I'll let you all know as soon as I know something.

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    Thanks for the update on the book. I think including some of the papers and letters in full is a great idea.

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    Anna's age progression picture

    Annasmom, I haven't posted lately but think of you and precious little Anna daily. It has been a very busy time for me this summer but I check daily to see if any thing new is new and try to search the adoption sites when time premits.
    You have done a beautiful job compiling the book, hopefully it will soon be on a book store shelf. Just a thought, I know you have already chosen the cover picture but would there be anyway that you could put a smaller age progression picture of Anna on the cover? I think there might be a chance that someone would notice it that might know her or she might even see it herself. I know if I saw a book with my picture or friends on the front cover I would take notice. There are so many to choose from that while in book store I often just glance at the cover and move on to the next row.
    Keep the faith, she is out there somewhere just waiting for you. She will be so amazed at all the loving work you have done to bring her home. Our world would be a better place today if we had more mothers like you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annasmom
    ...For instance, he says all the pictures need captions...he never realized that the one of Doogie was of him playing a Father in a production of The Fantasticks. He laughed when I sang him a bit of the Fathers' song: "..but if your issue doesn't kiss you, then I wish you luck...for once you've planted children, you're absolutely stuck!" ...
    Jeez, I played the same role twice on stage and I cannot even remember the words to that song. (LOL!). You mean Annasunc just assumed that I always walked around with a grease pencil moustache?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyresearcher
    Just a thought, I know you have already chosen the cover picture but would there be anyway that you could put a smaller age progression picture of Anna on the cover? I think there might be a chance that someone would notice it that might know her or she might even see it herself. I know if I saw a book with my picture or friends on the front cover I would take notice. There are so many to choose from that while in book store I often just glance at the cover and move on to the next row.
    Keep the faith, she is out there somewhere just waiting for you. She will be so amazed at all the loving work you have done to bring her home. Our world would be a better place today if we had more mothers like you!
    Really good idea, kyresearcher. Thank you.


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    I started reading the book today and came across the name Becky Baydo. She was in our class and I went to school with Becky into high school. Last year was our 20 year reunion and I learned that tragically, Becky died of a drug overdose several years ago.

    Kelly

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    I am about 1/3 of the way through the book. It is a very interesting read, and very well-written. It certainly has brought tears to my eyes.

    One thing I haven't seen much mention of -- George Waters' parents. The book talks a bit about their lives, and there is a terse little note from them when GW started acting really weird (the note said something about them not giving money anymore). Maybe I missed it, but I don't think I've seen any mention of GW's parents after Anna disappeared. Lots of notes from all kinds of people, but was there one from the grandparents?

    Is it at all possible that GW's grandparents took Anna? Or has that possiblity already been explored and discarded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. E
    I am about 1/3 of the way through the book. It is a very interesting read, and very well-written. It certainly has brought tears to my eyes.

    One thing I haven't seen much mention of -- George Waters' parents. The book talks a bit about their lives, and there is a terse little note from them when GW started acting really weird (the note said something about them not giving money anymore). Maybe I missed it, but I don't think I've seen any mention of GW's parents after Anna disappeared. Lots of notes from all kinds of people, but was there one from the grandparents?

    Is it at all possible that GW's grandparents took Anna? Or has that possiblity already been explored and discarded?
    There is correspondence from all GW's family later on in the book. His father died; I have been in continuous correspondence with the rest of the family.
    Thank you for your interest in our quest.

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    By the time of Anna's disappearance, GW had severed all ties to his family. This separation continued to his death.
    Order the book "Searching For Anna" directly from [URL="http://www.lulu.com/conte

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    I'm almost finished with the book now. I'm sure I'm not the first to point this out, but I can't help but notice the connection between the name "Gary" in Michaele's dream and the fact that Hotel Paul was located on Geary street, which is very similar. Probably just a coincidence, but when I read Geary, I remembered the Gary dream.

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