McCullough said he warned his friend when Mangum moved in, noting the Duke case and her prior stabbing arrest as red flags.
McCullough tells the story as a triumphant human tale, about individuals.
In the shadow of Franklin Roosevelt, McCullough said, “it seemed laughable that Harry Truman was president of the United States.”
McCullough took an eight-year break from the show to go to college and find other work as an actress.
McCullough changed his name not long after police questioned him in the disappearance of Maria Ridulph.
Csar remained McCullough's "right hand," but briefly; and it was evident that the writer was in great distress.
Imprisoned in the car with her was a maid employed by Mrs. McCullough.
It was in this region of delicate, imaginative touch that McCullough's dramatic art was especially puissant.
With eyes lighted by affection, she knew McCullough instantly.
Steadman called McCullough, who quickly brought him something to drink.