Then he ran to his truck so he could pull it under a

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because it was not him. Then he ran to his truck so he could pull it under a window and climb in. But when he got in his truck it would not start and the truck was just running fine so there was another question that they did not have answers too. Nothing was making sense to how anything that could have helped him get his children out was not where it was supposed to be or not working. After the fire people were starting to claim that they saw the five children in different places. Then out of nowhere evidence started to show up but later that was found to have been planted by the firemen. Then Mr. Sodder remember about an insurance salesman that he turned down a few months back. The salesman told him "Your goddamn house is going up in smoke, and your
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children are going to be destroyed". That made him think did this have something to do with it. Later they also found out that the same man was on the coroner's jury. So many things did not add up with this story. There were a lot of answered questions. A lot of things that happened that convivences people to believe that these children were kidnapped and not killed in the fire that night. More things that did not add up was the fact that the fire department did not show up until hours later. The local police department did a quick investigation. The coroner told them that their remains must have perished in the fire. They ruled
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  • Fall '17
  • MarciaGuilliams
  • Thought, Coroner, Mrs. Sodder

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