Little Girl Lost in a Blaze of Gory Glory

Deathly Dames Inc.

Greenwood, Indiana – 1967.  Sara (Cindy) White, 9-years-old, was one of 6 children who felt overlooked. saraSmall wonder. Her mother was severely alcoholic. Her father, Earl, was her only source of parental affection. Earl liked to bring little Cindy to work on cars with him, however, not for apprenticeship purposes. Knowing the child was love-starved, he made sexual advances towards his little girl until eventually Earl had full sexual intercourse with his child. Cindy had no harbor in her emotional storm. Her mother’s drinking left her oblivious – and unconcerned.

In 1974, at the age of 16, Cindy found herself paralyzed in one of her legs. She was sent to a psychiatric hospital and it was diagnosed that she had a somatic disorder, that is, extreme emotional stress had shut down her body. Perhaps it was her body’s way of protecting Cindy, since while she was hospitalized, she was protected…

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