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April 24, 2007 |  1:00 pm

Note: Ulrich K. Quast, an auto salesman who took L. Ewing Scott and his wife, Evelyn, for a test drive along Mulholland in 1955, was probably the last person who saw her alive aside from her killer. As far as he was concerned, it was an ordinary sales call.

Page 1, "Give us your full name "

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Page 2 "May 12, 1955"

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Page 3, "What time did you arrive there?"

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Page 4, "We went for a ride."

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Page 5, "First, I drove the car."

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Page 6, "They were both around."

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Page 7, "The phone was disconnected."

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Page 8, "He was very considerate as far as his wife was concerned."

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Page 9, "No disagreement whatsoever."

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Page 10, "He only referred to her as being ill."

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I'd like to extend a special thanks to Sandi Gibbons of the Los Angeles County district attorney's office for granting me access to the Scott material.

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