This week Tina is joined by new grad Nurse Jehr! Tina and Jehr tell you the story of Betty Wilson. Betty and Peggy were fraternal twins born in a small town in Alabama in 1945. Although the twin sisters were very close, they were also very different. Peggy was the beautiful, popular, homecoming quee
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This week Tina is joined by new grad Nurse Jehr! Tina and Jehr tell you the story of Betty Wilson. Betty and Peggy were fraternal twins born in a small town in Alabama in 1945. Although the twin sisters were very close, they were also very different. Peggy was the beautiful, popular, homecoming queen type, and Betty opted for a wilder group of friends. Both married shortly after finishing high school, Peggy to a Baptist Choirmaster and Betty to a doctor she met in her nursing program. When Betty found her husband dead after a day of self-pampering, Betty and Peggy would find themselves accused of planning the murder. They close the show with a facsinating story of a famous jazz singer who left behind a very successful career singing and entertaining to go to nursing school.
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