The Bones of Marianna: A Reform School, a Terrible Secret, and a Hundred-Year Fight for Justice by David KushnerWith its manicured lawns and well-kept college-style buildings, the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Marianna, Florida—the largest reform school in the country—always seemed like a model for how to turn wayward teens back into productive members of society. But for decades, the century-old school’s alumni whispered about a nightmarish reality that lurked behind the gleaming facade—a legacy of beatings, sexual abuse, and even murder, the evidence buried in unmarked graves on the overgrown fringes of the property.
In The Bones of Marianna, David Kushner tells the story of the unlikely crusaders who pushed Dozier’s dark past into the light. A one-time high school football star, haunted by the memory of a departed teammate, spends years quarterbacking the fight to expose the truth, while an anthropologist uses cutting-edge technology to dig up grim secrets. Informed by months of reporting, Kushner delivers a gripping tale of hard-won justice—and exclusive details on more secrets that may be waiting to be unearthed.
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It was not precisely a secret that Chuck Berry spent much of last spring in a place called the Four Seasons studio, not far from the airport in St. Louis, his home town. But few people besides family members and friends were aware that he was recording his first studio album in almost twenty-five years, or that the album, which will be released in early summer, will include a dozen new songs. One day not long ago, Berry took a break from recording and drove from the Interbelt industrial park, where the studio is situated, to a nearby Wendy's. He wore a bolo tie with a black silk casino jacket and his trademark sailor's cap. Berry, who is seventy-five, lives in a stone manor house in Ladue, a suburb inhabited mainly by Monsanto and Anheuser-Busch executives. He stays in shape by lifting bricks, mowing the lawn, and working in his carpenter's shed.
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