September 9, 1981: Helena Stoeckley's handwritten statement to
FBI Special Agents Raymond Madden and Frank Mills
Note: Translation of document following scanned pages
Translation of above document as I read it to be
"September 9, 1981
"I, Helena Davis, do hereby make the following voluntary statement to Special Agents Raymond Madden, Jr., and Frank Mills who have identified themselves to me as FBI Agents. No threats or promises were made to me to induce this statement and it is entirely of my own free will.
"I currently reside in Seneca, South Carolina with my husband Ernest Davis.
"I have previously furnished signed statements regarding the MacDonald murders to Mr. Ted Gunderson, a private investigator in Los Angeles, California. I have read the statements I furnished to Mr. Gunderson, dated October 25, 1980, and December 4, 1980. These statements are basically accurate; however, the statements and the facts of the statements are what I think happened or dreamed and are not a positive recollection of events on Feb. 16 - 17, 1970. The fact remains and the truth of the matter is that I do not actually know where I was during the early morning hours of Feb. 17, 1970, and I do not know if I was present or participated in the MacDonald murders.
"I have read this two page statement and have initialed each page, and now sign it because it is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.
"/s/ Helena Davis
"Witnessed: Raymond Madden, Jr.
"SA FBI, Seneca, S.C.
"SA, FBI, Seneca, S.C.
"Ernest L. Davis