[Clipping: Hefley sanity hearing changed to Houston]

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Clipping from a newspaper that was published November 10, 1972. The article titled, Hefley sanity hearing changed to Houston, describes the psychology test administered on Charles Roy Hefley who confessed to raping and maiming Carolyn Adams and slaying her two children in the Trinity River. The fourth sanity hearing will be transferred to Houston.

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1 clipping ; 12 x 11 cm. on paper 28 x 22 cm..

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Creator: Unknown. November 10, 1972.

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  • Main Title: [Clipping: Hefley sanity hearing changed to Houston]
  • Series Title: NBC News Morgue

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Clipping from a newspaper that was published November 10, 1972. The article titled, Hefley sanity hearing changed to Houston, describes the psychology test administered on Charles Roy Hefley who confessed to raping and maiming Carolyn Adams and slaying her two children in the Trinity River. The fourth sanity hearing will be transferred to Houston.

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1 clipping ; 12 x 11 cm. on paper 28 x 22 cm..

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  • "Hefley sanity hearing changed to Houston," Texas, November 10, 1972

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  • Preferred Citation: NBC 5/KXAS News Morgue (AR0874), University of North Texas Special Collections

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  • November 10, 1972

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[Clipping: Hefley sanity hearing changed to Houston], clipping, November 10, 1972; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1794697/: accessed December 8, 2022), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.

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