King Arthur: A scratch!? Your arm's off!
Black Knight: No, it isn't!
In truth, the only thing left is for Anne Graham to come clean, but the chance of that happening lies somewhere between 'highly unlikely' and 'a snowball's chance in Hell.' If she was unwilling to spill the beans to Keith Skinner or Shirley Harrison, she's unlikely to be moved to talk by an abstract idea like 'setting the record straight.'
I was thinking of reasons not for revealing the truth.. but ones for witholding it.
Imagine you had signed a piece of paper x amount of years ago agreeing to never reveal the truth of this debacle to anyone.
Now. It all then depends on whom you signed the paper for. If the person is dead, then the risk of being taken to court will diminish considerably.
However. If the person (s) is (are) still alive, one is left in a quandary.
That snowballs chance in hell will become a fireball should a certain person..or persons..pass on. That's how I see it.
The other chance comes with Anne's daughter..who may know the truth but is waiting for the right moment.
No less unlikely.
I suggest David, for example, write to Anne. I don't somehow think Anne will show much trust to any person connected with this from 26 years or so ago.. ..
Just my humble opinion.
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