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February 13, 1983: Mrs. Ersley Dust's statement
to Prince Beasley re: Helena Stoeckley


Note: Translation of document following scanned pages

 

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

The Jeffrey MacDonald Information Site: February 13, 1983: Mrs. Ersley Dust'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 Mrs Ersley Dust give the following statement to retired detective P.E. Beasley on my own free will and with out any promises or incourment to do so.
That during the period of time that Helena Stoeckley Davis lived in Walhalla Gardens apartments she became very close friends of Helena. And that they had many conversations during this time. On one occasion Helena told Mrs. Dudt that she had been beaten up by some men in the BI LO shopping center, whom she refused to identify. Helena suffered a broken foot and other bruises in this beating.

"One one other occassion Helena told Mrs Dust that she was iinto witch craft. She would not go into it very deep. She did ask me if I knew anything about witchcraft, and I told her not much. She stated that she was into it. She also made the statement that she was trying to get out of it. I asked her if the witchcraft was as bad as the Jim Jones group. She told me it was. Helena asked me about Jeffrey MacDonald murder case. I told her that I did not know much about it."

page 2

"During the times we talked about the MacDonald case she was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol. When she moved to the home of Mrs MacMann in Salem S.C. she requested her where abouts not to be told to any one."

 

 

"I give this two page statement to retired detective P.E. Beasley of the Fayetteville N.C. police dept. on my own free will."

 

 

"February 13th 1983

"Signed - Mrs. Ersley E Dust

"Witness- Laurance D Dust

"Witness- P.E. Beasley"

 

 

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