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Retired Police Dispatcher Tells Of Bloody Gun In Corn Plant

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Published on Mar 15, 2016

Ever wonder what happened to the " other" gun that was never found by the prosecution in the Zeigler murder case at the crime scene? Mary Wallace is the former landlady of Edward Williams. She is also a retired police dispatcher. She tells of the day her husband Dean and another man who both worked at the Winter Garden Recreation Department received a phone call during the days after the Zeigler murders at their jobs. They were asked to perform a task. That task was to go to the Zeigler store and remove the corn plant from the store and deliver it to the Winter Garden police chief. When they received the plant it had blood all over it. When they brought the corn plant to the police chief it had a bloody gun contained inside the corn plant. The blood was washed off the corn plant. The bloody gun in the court plant evidence remained hidden. It was never entered into Mr. Zeigler's quadruple murder trial or known to his defense team. Is this the gun Charlie Mays son Ernie Mays told retired police officer Ed Rowe that he saw his father tuck into his waistband, then heard him say to his family " We will have money for Christmas" as he left the house on Christmas Eve 1975 and proceeded to the closed Zeigler store?

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