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Three’s Company

Polygamous wives speak out in a groundbreaking new book about Utah’s dirty little secret.

By Carolyn Campbell
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Pretty with dark hair, Rebekah Lightner was once a cheerleader and homecoming queen in a medium-sized Midwestern town. She later married a salesman who sold stationery and greeting cards to her college sorority, where she had been elected secretary. ...

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Secret Shame

Women who gave up children for adoption reach out to offer birth mothers support.

By Carolyn Campbell
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Vicki Richardson says her former husband tried to destroy all memories of the daughter she surrendered for adoption. “He made me go to work the day she was placed, as if she never existed,” Vicki says. She returned home to find an empty nursery....

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Beyond and Back

Contacting the Dead Is Not What You Think -- It’s About Healing, Not Halloween.

By Carolyn Campbell
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Deloris Beynon has seen spirits all her life. She’s predicted family illnesses and dreamed about future events. And she’s been doing it since before she was 8 years old. But the 49-year-old psychic has only been a practicing medium for five...

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Malcolm in the Middle

Cross-dressing men walk the thin line between male and female, often bringing their wives and girlfriends into the act.

By Carolyn Campbell
POSTED // Jun 11,2007 - Twelve year-old Malcolm was panicked. His parents were already in the kitchen, seconds away from catching him dressed in his mother’s green satin nightgown. Usually, Malcolm timed his forbidden deeds precisely. He knew how long it took his parents...

Cover Story

Mean Streets

Never mind the search for shelter. Increasingly, Salt Lake City’s homeless must struggle for their lives.

By Carolyn Campbell
POSTED // Jul 7,2005 - Her friends are certain Sheree Allen fought against her killer. Allen can’t speak from the grave, but when her friend James Gordon gazed down into the pink coffin at her memorial service he saw the bruises on her face. “She was an Amazon...
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