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  • What happened to Mary Shotwell Little? (Atlanta's "Black Dahlia")

    03/21/2004 7:24:30 PM PST · by eddie willers · 10 replies · 7,876+ views
    Atlanta Journal Constitution ^ | 3/20/04 | JIM AUCHMUTEY, GERDEEN DYER and PAT KOESTER
    What happened to Mary Shotwell Little?Newlywed's disappearance shocked Atlantans in 1965 By JIM AUCHMUTEY, GERDEEN DYER and PAT KOESTERThe Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionPublished on: 03/20/04 When Jim Ponder retired from the FBI after three decades as an agent, he took home a piece of unfinished business: File No. 79-159. File (ENLARGE) THE VICTIMOn a warm October evening in 1965, newlywed Mary Shotwell Little said goodby to a friend and walked across the Lenox Square parking lot to her car. She was never seen in Atlanta after that night. File (ENLARGE) THE CARMary's 1965 Mercury Comet was found at Lenox the next day....