Last Thursday, December 27, was BKO's birthday. There was a memorial service for her in Houston, where BKO was born and raised, and I was lucky enough to be able to attend. It seems that many of her family members were unable to attend the one held in Washington. There were about 60 members of her family there, and the rest of the Mausoleum was packed. BKO's brother mentioned that Larry King had sent him several boxes of videos -- a copy of each of her appearances on his show. Also, for the memorial service, Larry King also narrated a 7 or 8 minute tribute with her life story. The last few seconds of the tape was a close-up of a piece of paper that simply contained the words "I Love You, Ted."
What a remarkable woman.
I just finished "Hell To Pay"
great book. And my wife just bought me " The Final Days". Can't wait to read it! If the money from the books is going to Ted, I can't think of a better person to give it to!