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February 13, 1983: Ersley Fitzgerald's statement
to Prince Beasley re: Helena Stoeckley

Translation of document following scanned pages
 

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: February 13, 1983: Ersley Fitzgerald's statement to Prince Beasley re: Helena Stoeckley, p. 1

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: February 13, 1983: Ersley Fitzgerald's statement to Prince Beasley re: Helena Stoeckley, p. 2

Note: Translation of document as I read it to be
I have typed the document using capital and small letters for easier reading.
(Spelling, punctuation and grammar preserved)

February 13, 1983
Apt # 26 Walhalla Garden
Walhalla South Carolina


"I Ersley Fitzgearld make the following statement to retired Det P.E. Beasley of the Fayetteville police dept on my own free will and with out any incourgement.

"That during the period of time that Helena Stoeckley Davis lived in Walhalla Gardens apartments I became to know her very well and we became very close friends. On many different times Helena stated to me that she was a member of the black witch craft. (Devil Worshippers) She told me that she recalled the time that she went into the MacDonald house and saw his children and wife killed. She said that she saw men fighting with Dr MacDonald. Also that she saw two men in the master bed room on top of his wife (Collette) stabbing her with something.

"She stated that she was on L.S.D. and her mind was blurred. She stated to me that she remembered going into the childrens bed rooms seeing a lot of blood. Also a lot of childrens toys.

"One thing she said stood out in her mind was a hobby horse and that the hobby horse was broken. Also she stated that she saw rag dolls with blood on them.

"Also she stated that she took no part in killings. She stated that she had talked to much and that she was afraid some of the members of the witchcraft was going to get to her. She stated that some of these people was connected with the Mafia and that they could find her if they wanted to. She talked very often about the MacDonalds and, the part she played in the murders."

page 2

"Helena was a very scared person most all the time, all ways seemed to be looking over her shoulder. She all ways tried to keek her where abouts unknown and never wanted to get close to any one, that she did not know, she would not trust many people. Helena was very protective of her baby and never put it in a dangerous situation.

"I do not believe Helena died the way they said she did. Becose she thought she was that sick she would have sought help for the babys sake if not for her self. During the times she talked to me in reference to the MacDonald case she never appeared to be under the influence of any drug or alcohol. In fact I have never seen her while she was under the influence of anything.

"I do not believe Helena died the way they said she did. Becose she thought she was that sick she would have sought help for the babys sake if not for her self. During the times she talked to me in reference to the MacDonald case she never appeared to be under the influence of any drug or alcohol. In fact I have never seen her while she was under the influence of anything."


 

 

"February 13th 1983

"Signed - Mrs. Ersley E Dust

"Witness- Laurance D Dust

"Witness- P.E. Beasley"

 

 

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