in the Sumerian city-state of Lagash.
Darphne Merkin wrote in in 2005 at the time of Sandra Dee’s death:
The “shower shoes” appear to be yet another example of Judyth latching onto some piece ofassassination trivia and weaving it into her narrative.
Rizzo’s pretty great at choosing metaphors…
So how do we control ourselves in an unpredictable world? Themost important, and still difficult part is to know accurately wherewe are. We need an honest feedback mechanism which can accurately tellus what the situation is at frequent intervals.
1. Two sheets of stationery from the Reily coffee company.
Although Judyth, as we have already seen, believes that many people have been killed to concealthe plot, somehow the plotters have, rather than killing her, been content merely to harass her,and to do so in rather ham-handed ways.
3. An ink bottle Lee supposedly used to fill his fountain pen
During her many telephone conversations she got the impression that she was beinglistened to. During one of the conversations she heard two unknown people on the line atthe same time. The one said to the other that they had to end Baker’s life, whereupon theother one told the first one that he should be quiet because people could hear them. Thataffected her. She had already been threatened several times, and had been attacked andseriously wounded. The feeling of insecurity became too much for her, and she decided toflee from America. She thought that living abroad would bring her less danger.
4. A W-2 form from Reily Coffee Company
But at other times, according to Judyth, the phone tapping was ludicrously inept. In an article ina Dutch magazine, the author gives the following account: