No one, it seems, knows Jerry Sandusky
AMBRIDGE, Pa. -- The books were uncovered in an old box Wednesday, and Kip Richeal called to say it was OK to stop by and grab one, free of charge. It never came close to being a best-seller; it almost didn't get published; and Richeal, the co-author, never liked the title. But Jerry Sandusky insisted. He wanted the book about his life to be called "Touched."
Richeal has a quiet job selling headstones at a monument company now, but his phone has not stopped ringing for the past ...
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