A song written by Ann Jangle after randomly coming across this intriguing story.
“In May, 2004, relatives cleaning Mr.Douglas McLennan Fitzgeraldapartment’s house, found a locked, light blue hard-case Sampsonite suitcase in a closet.The suitcase contained the bones of a woman about 5’3” tall, age 70-75 years.The bones are believed to be those of Douglas’s wife, Ann Fitzgerald, who relatives and neighbors have said died about 10 years previously.However, no death certificate has been found for Ann, nor has any birth or dental record surfaced. The skeleton showed evidence of healing damage to the left rib cage.Douglas Fitzgerald apparently left some sort of handwritten note, but I am not aware of its contents.The San Mateo County coroner’s office is anxious to find a living relative of Ann’s for DNA confirmation of the skeleton’s identity.
Ann Rangle Morris, born 15 July 1913 in Boston, is believed to be her maiden name.It is said that she was educated in England.
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