William Maholland’s body was found by a Jones County fisherman in 1984. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said he was wearing a pair of Tweedo brand, Safari-style, khaki trousers, with a size 32-inch waist and a canvas or webbed belt with a swordfish design.
William Maholland’s body was found by a Jones County fisherman in 1984. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said he was wearing a pair of Tweedo brand, Safari-style, khaki trousers, with a size 32-inch waist and a canvas or webbed belt with a swordfish design. Georgia Bureau of Investigation Special to the Ledger-Enquirer
William Maholland’s body was found by a Jones County fisherman in 1984. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said he was wearing a pair of Tweedo brand, Safari-style, khaki trousers, with a size 32-inch waist and a canvas or webbed belt with a swordfish design. Georgia Bureau of Investigation Special to the Ledger-Enquirer

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