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Nightline: The Most Hated Woman in America #648906

ABC Special for Monday, Jun 01, 1998

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Taped segments with Valeri Williams (ABC), American Atheist founder Madalyn Murray-O'Hair, Murray O'Hair family friend Arnold Via, Reverend Bob Harrington, author Jon Rappoport, attorney Roy Withers, private investigator Tim Young, "San Antonio Express- News" reporter John MacCormack, coin dealer Cory Tigner, auto purchaser Mark Sparrow, Tim Allums of Americus Diamonds, bar owner Bonnie Jean, Murray-O'Hair's son Bill Murray, and Austin (Texas) Police Detective Steve Baker, and a brief discussion between Forrest Sawyer (ABC) and Williams re: the disappearance of American Atheist founder Madalyn Murray O'Hair and her son and daughter.

Reporter(s):
Williams, Valeri
Duration:
00:30:00

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