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You forgot your password and you need to retrieve it. Click here to access the password we have on file for you. Customer Service If you have questions: Email: pw pubservice. Mon-Fri Pacific. A: I've read all of them. Q: What other types of books did you have there on that occasion? A: Dean Koontz, Anne Rice. Some were just different books that I bought, picked up from different places. Q: Were there some periods of time when you would go through periods where you'd really want to read a book on a certain subject and maybe move on to something else? A: Really, if I would get interested in it, then I would read it and, from what I've read, either get more interest or I would just - I don't like that, and throw it away.

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Q: Go on to something else, OK. The items that I showed you a few moments ago - this book with the different spells in there, and the couple of pictures, and those items there - Did the Crittenden County - the juvenile's office take those items about a year before the murders took place? A: Yes, they did. Q: Did any of these items - this book - this book right here - any of these pictures - any of this material right here have anything to do whatsoever with the murders that took place on May the 5th, ?

A: No, they do not.

Q: Another fact that's been brought up several times today - or I think the entire trial - has been that you like to wear black. Did you have a preference of what type of color clothing you liked to wear? A: Black. Q: And why was this? A: I was told that I look good in black. And I'm real self-conscious, uh, the way I dress. If I'm not dressed the way I like it will give me headaches because I worry about it all the time.

And when I was dressed in black, I didn't really have to worry about it, because I looked the same everyday. Q: Did - how did other people at school look at you because of the way you dressed in black all the time? A: They thought it was kind of weird at first - stayed away. But then, after awhile, a few of them started doing it too, so Now a lot of them didn't start wearing black all the time. A: Right. As far as, like, when you were in school, were you a very popular type of person?

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A: Not really. Q: Did the fact that you liked to wear black all the time and - where you different in other ways as well?

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I've never had a lot of the same interests that other people have like sports, things like that - I've never been into anything like that. Q: Did it - did it help you deal with other people to have people kind of stand-offish and sort of back away from you? A: Yeah, it would make - it was like a defense mechanism - it would make people think like, well, he's weird, I'm not gonna go around him.

So it kept people away. Q: Now, did you have, um, was Metallica - was that - did you have a lot of Metallica and other rock and roll type t-shirts? Also there's the - as part of the investigation the West Memphis Police Department did a search warrant on the Crittenden County County Library and they had - the search warrant indicates that there was a book on witchcraft by Cotton Mather, On Witchcraft.

Is that a book that you had checked out. A: Yeah, I checked that out. Q: And what was the reason that you checked that book out? A: Just to read it. Most people who were looking at the cover, they would think that it was a witchcraft book, but it was really a anti-witchcraft book. That was wrote by a Puritan minister.

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It was on different ways that, during the Salem persecution era, they used to find ways to torture people or just keep them locked up until they finally would say, Yeah, I'm a witch and all this, and then they would kill them. In addition, they - they also, uh, the West Memphis Police Department seized a book on magic. Do you remember checking out a book on magic in the past?

A: If it's the one I'm thinking about, yes. Q: What type of magic was that about or do you recall that? A: That was about everything in the history of magic, from like all religions really like Hinduism and Buddhism. Some things from Christianity like exorcisms, things like that. Q: And did you find that an interesting book to read? Q: Now I'd like to kind of go forward some, right about the time in the early part of May.

As far as the date May the 5th, , do you recall exactly what happened on that day?