Ed Grisamore

August 30, 2014 9:01 PM

Grisamore: When children don’t come home

James “Sully” Sullivent and his wife, Melva, never could have known the evening of March 9, 2011, would be the last time they would see their two youngest daughters.

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Ed Grisamore

Ed Grisamore began writing for the Telegraph in the late 1970s through mid-May 2015.

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